Myth, Magic and Movement: Amorgos, Greece, August 31-September 7, 2019
Join Sheila Ewers for Myth, Magic and Movement in Greece! August 31st-September 7th, 2019
From August 31st to September 7th, we’ll travel to the unspoiled island of Amorgos, Greece at the Southeastern edge of the Cyclades in the incredible Aegean Seanto dive deeply into Yoga, Meditation and Greek culture at the beautiful Aegialis Hotel and Spa.
Soak up the sun, unplug from your hectic daily life and reconnect to your heart as you participate in daily yoga and meditation, swim in the crystal clear blue water, hike the incredible hills of Amorgos, dine on fresh wholesome food, spoil yourself with a massage, and make new friends.
Pricing and Services
Superior Room Single Occupancy: $2250 per person
Superior Room Double Occupancy: $1850 per person
A NONREFUNDABLE $500 Deposit will secure your spot with the balance ($1750 or $1350) due by July 1, 2019.
What’s included in your package?
7 nights accommodations in Superior Room
Daily yoga and meditation
Daily Buffet Breakfast with organic ingredients from Aegialis Hotel and Spa gardens
Daily Buffet Dinner
Arrival and Departure transfers from the port in Amorgos
1 30 minute Swedish aromatherapy massage
10% discount on spa treatments
Unlimited use of Lalon Idor Spa Facilities including sauna, hammam, jacuzzi, indoor heated swimming pool and fitness center
Unlimited internet use
What’s not included in your package?
Ferry tickets and transfers to ports other than Amorgos
A third meal each day (You may not need it! The food service at Aegialis is generous, to say the least!)
Extra spa treatments or excursions
Venue and Local Area
The hotel combines traditional Amorgian architecture and spirit with a simple and elegant setting. Standing on a hillside overlooking the beautiful bay of Aegiali, Aegialis Hotel & Spa offers a breath-taking view into the deep blue of the Aegean Sea and to the surrounding islands of Nikouria, Donousa and Koufounisia.
The restaurant serves delicious healthy food, using organic vegetables, cultivated right in the hotel gardens.
Amorgos Island offers many possibilities for hiking, enjoying wonderful views and collecting your own aromatic and therapeutic herbs, used for herbal teas and spa treatments. In a nearby village, there is a new distillery for essential oils, from local herbs.
Between the main sandy beach of Aegiali and the beach of Levroso, Aegialis hotel is a maximum 7-10 minutes walk away from the crystal clear waters of Aegiali bay.
There is possibility for daily trips to 4 small islands: Iraklia, Schinousa, Koufonisi and Donousa; short afternoon/morning trips to the nearby villages of Tholaria, Lagada, Potamos or a boat trip to Nikouria, a non-residential small island.
Superior rooms present subtle, elegant and modern comfort featuring state of the art facilities in a minimal Cycladic design mentality. All rooms have a balcony with a breathtaking view!
US Citizens traveling to Greece need a current passport. Check the expiration date to make sure that it does not expire within 6 months of your trip. Visas are not required.
Concerns about the European Economy have had very little effect on tourism in Greece, especially outside the capital. ATMs may limit the amount of money you may withdraw, so it is advisable to manage your cash accordingly. Most small businesses prefer cash transactions, but larger hotels and transport companies usually accept Master Card and Visa.
Stay abreast of any travel advisories through the US State Department Website.
The remote location of Amorgos works like a natural filter keeping crowds small and the island unspoiled. From the United States, you will fly to Athens. You should plan to arrive at least one day before the start of the retreat.
Option 1: Ferry from Athens
Ferries run between Athens and the ports of Katapola and Aegialis. If you take the ferry to and from Athens itself, the trip will last approximately 7.5 hours. The hotel will arrange transport to and from the ferry terminal for you.
Option 2: Ferry from Santorini or Naxos
Flights are plentiful and inexpensive between Athens and Santorini or Athens and Naxos and the Ferry ride from either one is approximately 1-3 hours. Travel typically takes place midday.
Access Ferry Schedules and Pricing Here.
Sheila is happy to guide you through the travel booking process if you need help. email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.