Isoropia Retreats were developed out of a love of nurturing the mind and body to unlock the creative flow we all posses naturally. Designed as an artist’s residency with a focus on self-care and self-reflection, these pop-up retreats take you to different locations throughout the year, each revealing the serenity of nature as a gateway to the abundance that lives within. The wellness programs gently assist to unpeel some layers attributed to stress allowing your creativity to flourish. Give yourself the gift of time and space to start, continue or nurture your current, creative practice.
ISOROPIA is Greek for balance.
Balance can be found in everything. If we slow down and begin to take in the minutia, perhaps we can find this. Within the quiet spaces in between there are moments of clarity and inspiration. It’s incredibly beneficial for creative flow to access these quiet spaces in order to slow down the mind traffic and tune into our natural hum. Meditation, yoga, spending time in nature, getting enough exercise and eating well are all excellent routines that assist to calm the mind and rejuvenate the body. Making space starts from within.
Adrian Eberstein is the founder of Isoropia Retreats. She is the retreat organizer, meditation guide and queen of catering. Adrian is an artist delighted by the wonder of life and dedicated to the practices and pursuit of wellbeing. She further developed her art practice at the Oregon College of Art and Craft where she completed her BFA in fiber arts in 2011. She has also been finding awe, strength, and joy in the practice and study of yoga for over a decade, and completed a yoga teacher training with Centered Yoga in Thailand in 2012. Adrian has found solace and spaciousness in her meditation practice which has been refined by numerous teachers as well as her time spent at the Tam Wua Buddhist Monastery in Thailand. Isoropia Retreats, an integrated retreat and artist-residency program, synthesizes her passions for art and mindfulness and allows her to share the beneficial union of these practices in beautiful natural settings.