Ben’s favourite way of working with people is on retreat, because it allows for direct and spontaneous transmission (and integration) of wisdom in the natural context of shared daily life.
As well as group retreats, he offers individual or couples retreats from his home in Croatia.
Ben’s group retreats take place around the world including in New Zealand, Bali, Mexico, and Croatia.
Ben is taking a year out from delivering international group retreats.
For now, the only retreats he’s offering are individual / small-group retreats in Croatia.
The cost is around €1000 , which includes Ben’s full attention for 5 days
– energy work, yoga / chi kung classes, session work (healing trauma, releasing energetic / entity attachment, healing ancestors).
More info on application to firstname.lastname@example.org
I don't want to use Paypal. Can I pay another way?
Yes, email Ben to arrange a direct bank transfer.
What's your refund & cancellation policy?
Your retreat deposit is non-refundable. If you need to cancel more than seven days before the retreat starts, we’ll give you the rest of your money back.
If you need to cancel within seven days of the retreat start date, we’ll refund you 50%. On the day of retreat, no refunds are available.
We also know that life can be crazy sometimes and things happen. You can transfer your place to another person, they can pay you, and we’ll put the registration into their name.
No other refunds or credits are available however please contact us if extenuating circumstances apply and we will consider your case at our discretion.
What level of yoga experience is required?
All are welcome on retreat, regardless of prior experience. IN fact, one of the beautiful things about an international retreat IS that there’s usually a whole mix of different people with different levels of experience, all with something unique to contribute to the group.
When Ben teaches Yoga he teaches to who’s there in the class. There are always alternative postures for beginners / advanced / people with injuries. And the focus is never on doing things ‘right’ – it’s always on relaxation, breath, and focus within the practice.