29 June – 06 July , Jivamukti Yoga Retreat with Magali Lehners & Jeremy Buchet

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29 June - 06 July 2024

Jivamukti Yoga Retreat with Magali Lehners & Jeremy Buchet

Join us for 7 days…
… at the beautiful south-coast of Crete.
On this retreat you will have a chance to deepen your practice in yoga and meditation. Furthermore, it will detox, relax and nourish you on the physical, mental and emotional level. Recharge your soul with the nourishing greek sun, fuel yourself with deliciously good vegetarian and vegan food, enjoy and experience the endless, wild beaches and the great nature of Crete. You will have an entire week to take care of yourself and enjoy your life the fullest with Jeremy & Magali.
Daily schedule (changes are possible)
Excluding the day of arrival and departure, the yoga courses will be held daily from

8:00 – 11.00 am and 5 – 7.30 pm
The morning practice with Jeremy & Magali is a classical Jivamukti package of tradition, music, singing, meditation, bhakti and hot vinyasa flow.
Afternoon classes are focused on alignment and building the blocks to certain poses. They’ll also have lots of fun elements including both partner work and restoratives.
We’ll discuss yoga philosophy and its relevance in our daily life.
And of course there will the famous sunset meditations and chanting on the roof terrace.
There will be coffee and fruit before morning practice, brunch from 11:30 am and dinner at 8 pm.



My yoga Journey started when I was 29 years old, Yoga practices came to me in a time I needed it and provided me with answers I was searching back at the time. It helped me to heal, become more aware of myself and others, more aware of our environment, our planet and all living things. Yoga practices gave me the tools I was always waiting for, to better understand life and what do to with it.

Starting my yoga journey with Magali and Alexandra has been the best way for me to fully understand what yoga is, as the two of them are imbued with the teachings and are sharing them with great kindness.
A few years later I decided to immerse myself into the teachings and learn more about it. Then i went to India for a month to take the Jivamukti Teacher training in Govardhan eco village. There was another breathtaking and life changing experience. I realized Yoga was far more than just the practices I knew back at the time and I fell in love with the yoga philosophy.

Back in Luxembourg i started my apprenticeship with Magali and she guided me into how to teach and share all I learned with others. I design my classes following the integrative method of Jivamukti not just focusing on Asana practice (postures) but emphasising on philosophy, chanting, nada (sound/music) group energy and Dhyana (meditation).

My classes are challenging and fun as we explore our own body, breath and mind without loosing the basics to keep us grounded and aware of our place on earth.


My Yoga journey started in 1998, when a friend took me to my first yoga class during a stressful period of exams at high school. After that, I started to practise Yoga regularly.

Later, during my studies, I couldn’t let go of it and when I graduated, I travelled to India, eager to get to know the country where Yoga originated. There, in a Sivananda ashram in the Himalayas, I did my first Yoga teacher training course.

Back in Munich, I discovered Jivamukti Yoga, in which I found my vocation and undertook Jivamukti teacher training. Since 2007, I have worked in Munich as an 800 hours certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher and became an advanced certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher in 2016. In 2014 I became co-founder of Dancing Kala Yoga in Luxembourg and Yoga Palais in 2016. In March 2019 I co-founded Jivamukti Yoga Luxembourg, the first official Jivamukti center in Luxembourg.

I see Yoga as the best way to take care of oneself, to be stronger in every situation. Yoga gives us a feeling of security, because it helps us to be less influenced by the trivial things in life. We can become more independent through practicing Yoga, while the basis for the acceptance of ourselves as we are, with all anxieties and insecurities, is fortified.

There have been many situations in my life, in which I had to make decisions either to grow and face a problem bravely or simply drop it. Yoga has helped me to make appropriate decisions, decisions more connected to myself. Through this, I have realised more clearly what I want and can easily act accordingly. In essence, Yoga gives us the rooting feeling that everything is good as it is. For this, I am grateful to all the teachers that have accompanied me to where I am now. And also to the little person who is probably my most important teacher: my daughter Lou Kali.

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