TRAVEL TO GREECE WITH JULIA & STEAMTOWN HOT YOGA
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1 – 8, 2019
CONNECT WITH THE ANCIENT ENERGIES OF DELPHI, GREECE
Journey with Julia Treat and Steamtown Hot Yoga Instructors Yanni & Lara, for this powerful and life-changing adventure! Connect your higher self with Gaia and the most powerful and magical ancient energies of Delphi, Greece.
Julia Treat is a world-renowned psychic medium, angel intuitive, reiki master, meditation expert, PLR expert, author and podcaster in the north-east Pennsylvania area.
Julia hosts a popular weekly podcast “Stepping into the Light with Julia Treat” a podcast that will help you open up to your own unique abilities so that you may begin receiving loving and supportive messages from your loved ones, angels and guides.
Julia connects with her following through various forms, and enjoys retreats for the group collaboration aspect. Julia hosts retreats all over the world, most recently in Sedona Angel Valley, and the North east Pennsylvania area.
Lara is formally trained and certified with Bikram, Jimmy Barkan, and Zen Wellness in Yoga and Qigong.
In 2007, Lara opened Steamtown Yoga bringing the healing transformation of Hot Yoga to NEPA. She personally trains and certifies each teacher at Steamtown Hot Yoga through a 200 hour program that exceeds the standards set by Yoga Alliance.
Lara with Grandmaster Sung Baek receiving her 10,000 Doh Yi Training Certificate in Dec. 2017.
“Yanni” (John) Alexiou spent his summers in Delphi with fond memories of playing hide and seek among the ancient ruins. He is a 30+ year Iyengar practitioner, and certified 200 RYT, 200 NQA.
In myths dating to the classical period of ancient Greece (510-323 BC), Zeus determined the site of Delphi when he sought to find the centre of his “Grandmother Earth” (Gaia). He sent two eagles to fly in opposite directions from the top of Mount Olympus, and the path of the eagles crossed over Delphi where the navel of Gaia was found.
The Oracle of Delphi, or Pythia, was famous throughout ancient Greece. People from faraway lands would flock to seek advice. Pythia served the god Apollo after he had slain Python, the dragon who protected the navel of the Earth. As a tribute to Apollo, the Pythian Games were held every four years thus the pre-cursor of the Olympic games.
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Single, double, triple, and suite hotel rooms available.
To and from ATH airport to Delphi accommodations.
Day trip and transportation for guided tours to (and all optional to guests): Athens archaeological sites and the following museums: Archeological Museum and Sanctuary of Apollo; Sikelianos Museum of Delphic Games; Delphi Art Center; Athens; Acropolis, Erecthion with Caryatids and new Acropolis Museum; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Constitution Square; Panathenaic Stadium.
Daily shuttles to and from the beaches on the Gulf of Corinth. There are several beaches just minutes away from town, even a nude beach for those who wish to try something new!
Morning tea (before yoga), Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Accommodations can be made for special diets (i.e., vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free) with advance notice.
An outing at the Parnassus Winery.
Authentic Greek cooking class with dinner, wine tasting and guided tour to Apollonian Botanical Garden.
Guided tour of the Sikelianos Museum of Delphic games.
The Archaeological Museum of Delphi shelters the extensive artifacts unearthed during excavations at the Delphi oracle and its vicinity. It is located adjacent to the archaeological site, and it is one of the top must-see museums in Greece, mainly because of the breadth and quality of artifacts it includes. The permanent exhibition covers over a thousand years, from the Mycenaean era to the Greco-Roman times.
A welcome reception dinner and 4 additional dinners included.
Hellenic Night dinner with Music and dancers.
Yoga and/or Meditation (or both) at any of the following landmarks (permits have been filed and approved): Sikelianos Amphitheater; Sancutary of Apollo; Temple of Athena Pronea; Corycian Cave Evi- Evan to Dianysos & Nymphs; Hall at the hotel; Art Gallery Hall at Villa Symposium; Byzantine Monastery Hosios Lucas.
The Delphic maxims are a set of 147 aphorisms inscribed at Delphi. Originally, they were said to have been given by the Greek god Apollo’s Oracle at Delphi and were therefore attributed to Apollo himself. Perhaps the most famous of these maxims is ‘know thyself,’ which was carved into the Temple of Apollo at Delphi.