Session Information

Aerial Acrobatic - Ntiana Kapetanea

Yoga practice has been my best teacher so in my turn, I invite you to a beautiful journey that has to do with combining Aerial with conventional Yoga (ground).

This practice will cover basic yoga (asana) and breathing (pranayama) techniques. Our goal is to better discover our Self, to release blockages so that all our energy is released in our body. Our practice will take place on fabric hammocks used as a swing, until they end up in a beautiful cocoon like form, where we will relax and rest. Bring your world upside down and experience a unique experience that will change the way you exercise.

Free oscillation combinations with the well-known Yoga postures will strengthen the body and align the vertebrae and joints, increase the elasticity of the body, help blood circulation while at the same time boosting self-confidence (acrobatics). Book your place now and get ready for beautiful flights!

Chakra Journey - Katerina Georgopoulou

A continuous flow practice which is mainly aimed at the development of our vital force, prana. This yoga class is going to be based on dynamic asanas while through observation and understanding of each chakra energy we will obtain a broader guidance for our existence. We will pay particular attention to our breathing and the final purpose will be the awakening of each individual's awareness.

Creative Expression - Angie Johnson
An art therapy session to tap into our non-verbal subconscious and create awareness. Using music and the creative part of our brains to experience a connection to our surroundings.
Dance Movement Therapy - Theodora Lymperopoulou

Dance Therapy is the art that uses human movement in order to manage to get in touch with ourselves and our emotions..

According to the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), Dance Therapy is defined as "the psychotherapeutic use of movement and dance, in which the individual creatively participates in a process that promotes cognitive, emotional, and social integration.".

Our body is the tool and dance therapy is the means to discover, relax and better understand what we have inside us..

We start with what we have and with the right help and guidance we can achieve what we want.

Dynamic Flow - Katerina Georgopoulou

A vinyasa class which is going to challenge not only our body but also our spirit. It is a practice that gives the trainee the power but also the freedom of a sadhana practice. We will honor the basic principles of a traditional ashtanga class and finally our entire existence will be in harmony with the powerful universal sounds in which we will ultimately try to focus.

Forest Bath - Kirsten Slots

Come and experience nature's healing power, under the beautiful pine trees. Be ready to relax and enjoy. Beginners are welcome.

Greek Dance Lesson - Yiannis Papoutsanis
Learning Greek traditional dances of Lesvos. A lesson for beginners that will spring joy in your hearts and bring you closer to Greek culture.
Hara Meditaton - Kirsten Slots

Hara Meditation for stress release. A technique easy to learn, that helps you to breathe easier and cultivates resilience and good sleep.

Hatha - Vinyasa Yoga - Theodora Lymperopoulou

Yoga is an ancient philosophy that aims to connect one's peace of spirit with the strengthening of the body. The etymology of the word yoga derives from the word "yug" which in Sanskrit means "Union". Through the positions (asanas) our body strengthens being stable and comfortable, always using as a basic guide the proper flow of our breath (pranayama). Through hatha we will work static positions and with the elements of vinyasa we will activate our body through flows of movements thus connecting the movement with the breath.

Hatha Yoga - Katia Melnik - Eutopia Center

Hatha Yoga is one of the most traditional and popular practices. Holistic health and complete well-being is the main goal of Hatha Yoga. Basic principle is the balance between opposite energies within us (Ha = Sun, Tha = Moon, Yoga = Union). During the practice the practitioner applies Yoga postures (Asanas), breathing techniques (Pranayamas) as well as Meditation and relaxation techniques. Emphasis is placed on proper body alignment and the development of awareness. This is a slow pace course, suitable for all levels of practitioners.

Intuitive Photography - Eleonora Pouwels

Calm down, take your time,use your 4 senses and see how you can catch that in an image, outside, somewhere in the beautiful nature around Molyvos.

Kids Yoga - Angie Johnson
Take a fun trip around the world with an exciting stretching session and storytelling.
Meditation and Sound Healing with Singing Bowls & Gong - Dimitris Kirlimpas

The human voice and the sound of an instrument work as instruments to reflect our inner world. The sounds generated by singing bowls remind us of what we want to express from our inner world. Through this experience one explores and meets the hidden paradise that exists inside of each one of us creating connections with oneself and with the greater universe. This class offers a form of meditation that will help you calm down while leaving you refreshed.

Mediterranean diet and mental health - Maria Mantzorou

Nutrition plays an important role on our health. We now know that it also plays an important role in mental health, in people of all age groups!On the other hand, there is a negative impact on diet due to mental illness. Nutrient deficiencies, diet quality, as well as the intestinal microbiota emerge as important factors that affect mental health. How do we achieve the balance between diet and mental health? We have the Mediterranean Diet as an ally!

Mindfulness with Horses - Rita Mihalaki

Horses live in the moment, something most people don’t do, that is why just being in the presence of a horse compels you to join them and ground yourself to the here and now.

In our session what we will do is to sit in a safe outside enclosed space with the horses being free roaming around and letting the horses choose if they will seek contact with you. Having a horse come up to you means that they feel comfortable to be close to you and around your energy levels. We will do some mindfulness exercises with Rita to make you feel more present and enjoy your time with horses walking close and around you. Horses are a mirror of your body language, they communicate with each other and with people through this language, meaning that they will reflect your energy level. So after our session with Rita we will bring the horses close to you and read through them how you use your body to communicate with others.

You will leave this beautiful experience feeling revitalised and amazed by how much an animal can communicate if you just slow down and listen.

Mindful Eating - Angie Johnson

We all know Greece is famous for its food - in this session we take a deeper look into culture, awareness, slowing down, and enjoying every detail of what you're putting into your body and how it makes you feel. How food connects you to your experiences

Mindful Flow Yoga & Hammam Session - Elena Pavlidou-Reisig

Experience an active yoga practice exploring movement and breath at a moderate pace and allow your body to relax into the warmth of the Traditional Warm Hammam Area afterwards.

Mindful Flow Yoga combines short vinyasa sequences, practiced with awareness and focusing on transitions, and more static hatha yoga elements with longer holds. While offering detailed queues throughout the practice, it actively encourages and supports proprioception and the notion, that each practitioner can determine what works best for their body. After yoga, the Traditional Warm Hammam Area provides the perfect setting to release tension and allow the body to incorporate triggers and recalibrate after active movement in silence.

In the Self-Service Hammam Session access our Traditional Hammam area to discover the relaxing effects of heat & water. Use the ketsea and soap we offer for your personal bath while you unwind and your body revitalizes.

Max. 8 participants, open level

Mindful Walking - Katerina Vati

Come walk with us in a mindful manner, connecting our body, mind and soul with the overflowing energy of this labyrinth. An amazing Labyrinth created in the 1st Euphoria Festival, stones handpicked from volunteers, led by Terry de Vries. Take this chance to slow down and become one with nature - a beautiful way to meditate, calm down and appreciate one's existence.

Mind Body Nutrition - Nikos Chatzilias

In this workshop we broaden our understanding of metabolism. We learn how digestion works when we experience stress and relaxation, as well as how to consciously slow down in order to boost our metabolism. Through scientific information as well as practice we delve into the benefits of conscious eating.

Morning Practice & Meditation - Katerina Georgopoulou

Through the techniques of yoga asana, pranayama, meditation we succeed in finding calm, balance and self-respect. In the space and time that is offered to us we will make a small journey in the body and in the mind with the aim of staying focused in the present.

Qigong: The Flowering of a wave - Christos Dedemadis

In this meeting we are going to enquire into the wavy movement of energy through body's experience.

The practice of qigong connects us with our animal and child hypostasis, and so with the natural movement which can be expressed in our relation with all levels of existence: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. It brings us in contact with the quantum reality, namely the truth of life on the level of energy (tai-qi) in which everything moves and vibrates.

Through practice we obtain health and we discover inside us a deeper sense of ourselves and life.

Soft & Slow Yoga & Hammam Session - Elena Pavlidou-Reisig

Experience an active yet gentle practice, that offers both new and advanced practitioners the space to explore movement and breath at a slow pace and allow your body to relax into the warmth of the Traditional Warm Hammam Area afterwards.

Soft & Slow Yoga combines short vinyasa sequences and mobilisation, practiced slowly and focusing on transitions. While offering detailed queues throughout the practice, it actively encourages and supports proprioception and the notion, that each practitioner can determine what works best for their body.After yoga, the Traditional Warm Hammam Area provides the perfect setting to release tension and allow the body to incorporate triggers and recalibrate after active movement in silence.

In the Self-Service Hammam Session access our Traditional Hammam area to discover the relaxing effects of heat & water. Use the ketsea and soap we offer for your personal bath while you unwind and your body revitalizes.

Max. 8 participants, open level

Soap Making Workshop - Nikos Alatzas

The soap has its roots in Ancient Greece and specifically on the island of Lesvos, as well as in many eastern ancient peoples of the East, especially Mesopotamia since 2300 BC. The first soap was a mixture of ash, oil and aromatic herbs who also used it as a therapeutic cosmetic. In Ancient Greece are found the first testimonies from myths about soap on the island of Lesvos, near the sanctuary and altar of the goddess Artemis where sacrifices and cremation of animals took place in honor of the gods.The remains of the animals, mainly the fat together with the ash mixed with the rain water, gave the first form of soap.

Thus, according to legend, the soap takes its name from the poet Sappho, from a paraphrase of her name.

To make cold method soaps, we will need fats (vegetable oils and butter), caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) and if we want aromatic essential oils, exfoliators, color, dried herbs, etc. In the cold method, caustic soda is neutralized without the use of external heat sources (hot method).This neutralization is called sclerosis also known as "maturation" and takes about 4-6 weeks depending on the recipe.The lack of an external heat source to harden the cold method soap keeps the ingredients unchanged so that we can enjoy their benefits when using the bar.

Sunrise Yoga - Angie Johnson

Rise with the sun and start the day with a rejuvenating session to wake up the muscles and align the mind and body.

Sunset Meditation & Hammam Session - Elena Pavlidou-Reisig

On the beautiful outside terrace, overlooking the mountains and valley of Eressos, we will practice a calm yet active mediation while nature is quietening down. We will then move deeper into silence in the Traditional Warm Hammam Area.

Meditation can be a simple and powerful tool to find the way back to our centre and help us maintain our focus and energy in our daily lives. While ideally everything in life can become a meditation, it does need some practice and patience to slowly become more aware and mindful in our lives. We will practice a calm yet active mediation technique following the structure of move – release – observe as a means of entering a state of meditation. You will then take the silence into the Traditional Warm Hammam Area allowing for the state of meditation to expand into the protected space. In the Self-Service Hammam Session access our Traditional Hammam area to discover the relaxing effects of heat & water. Use the ketsea and soap we offer for your personal bath while you unwind and your body revitalizes.

Max. 8 participants, open level

Tri Yoga - Simon Jespersen

TriYoga can be described as ‘Meditation in action’ and is blissful, calm, mindful flow-yoga, with a conscious focus on breath and energy work.

Forget about looking good, achievement and pushing the body beyond its limits – this class will be all about acceptance and meeting your body where it is, not where you wish it were.

Both beginners and experienced yogis can enjoy the class due to TriYoga’s systematic approach, and the possibility to modulate postures with various props.

I’m so much looking forward to sharing this unique and beautiful yoga-style with an international audience.

Yin Yoga & Hammam Session - Elena Pavlidou-Reisig

Experience a gentle and passive practice, that uses gravity and time to help you let go and release at a deeper level and allow your body to relax into the warmth of the Traditional Warm Hammam Area afterwards.

Yin Yoga stands for a very gentle, passive practice, as opposed to movement-oriented vigorous yang styles of yoga. It is intended to support stretching of the body’s connective tissue, particularly around the joints, and allow for a build-up of receiving, feminine energy. Yin yoga is a slow practice of fewer poses that are held over several minutes, allowing you to enter deep yet gentle stretches by relaxing your muscles and letting gravity do the work for you. After the cooling yin yoga practice, the Traditional Warm Hammam Area will help you enter a state of deeper relaxation and silence. In the Self-Service Hammam Session access our Traditional Hammam area to discover the relaxing effects of heat & water. Use the ketsea and soap we offer for your personal bath while you unwind and your body revitalizes.

Max. 8 participants, open level