A Healing Yoga Retreat with Scott Rennie and Kelly Davies.
Join us for a six day journey of peaceful unfolding through Yoga and Meditation in the stunning beauty of Rainbow Lodge Eco-Resort. Our focus will be on rest and relaxation, reconnecting with our deeper self so that we can greet the world with greater clarity and inner strength.
Through simple practice and the calm of the wilderness around us, we will find the ways to relax into natural peace. From that safe and open space, you will find the key to the deep well of your heart.
This retreat will be suitable for all levels of experience and ability. It is suited to anyone seeking a deeper, authentic connection with themselves.
A Six-Day Healing Yoga Retreat with Scott Rennie and Kelly Davies at Rainbow Lodge, an eco resort in the rainforests of the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia.
At this time, Scott became drawn to the Krishnamacharya tradition and headed off to India to study at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai. On returning home in 2005 he completed teacher training and the following year left his career as a police detective (with Strathclyde Police, now Police Scotland) to teach, study and practice Yoga on a full time basis.
Scott continued his study for many years with the Desikachar family in Chennai, and also studied in Pregnancy Yoga with Francoise Freedman, the founder of Françoise Freedman of Birthlight. He has been a teacher-trainer in the CYS Scotland Yoga Teacher Training Course since 2006.
As well as the strong foundation of teachings in the Krishnamacharya tradition, Scott has found inspiration in his practice from sources such as the Yoga Somatics approach of his Tantsu teacher, Ateeka, and the embodied meditation practices of his Vajrayana teacher Reggie Ray of Dharma Ocean. In 2014 Scott published his first book, One Per Cent Yoga: How to Practice Yoga Every Day, and spent two months as a volunteer teaching Yoga at a mindful recovery centre, New Life Foundation in Northern Thailand.
Scott now lives with Kelly in Melbourne, Australia, and is on sabbatical from teaching Yoga in order to finish his second book, Being Shiva. See more photos and other events by this presenter
Her journey deeper into Yoga led her to teach basic Yoga practices to the children at her son’s school, along with song, dance and art. Seeing how this opened up the quieter children, Kelly decided to train as a Yoga teacher and began her studies in the tradition of Krishnamacharya, the Grandfather of Modern Yoga.
Since completing her teacher training in 2004, Kelly has continued studying in India with the Desikachar family and at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai. She became the senior Teacher, Therapist and Teacher-Trainer in Melbourne for 10 years before leaving to further her teaching with Trikaya Yoga.
Kelly’s passion for Yoga, art and music continues to this day, as does her fondness of travel and adventure. She enjoys the continuing evolution of her practice and teaching in many directions, with a particular focus on the use of sound in mantra and chanting, and her ongoing exploration of the energetic systems of the body. See more photos and other events by this presenter