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הודעה נשלחה בהצלחה

Assembling night in Timna Park

 

 

 
One of the most beautiful and profound moments in Yoga Arava is the Assembling Yoga Practice Event. This year we will celebrate together, teachers and students, ten years of Yoga Arava. Ten years in which this meeting is possible, ten years in which all the participants are gathering on Friday evening, together, one body that becomes one breath and one soul in the empowering Timna Park.
 
An evening in which the Personal dissolves into the whole, the individual becomes a collective, and the heart expands. The inner house grows and continues to contain.
 
If you do not wish to practice, you can join the Kirtan circle and enjoy the ethnic sounds and the magical atmosphere. 
Or, if you want some peace and quiet to just Be, you can go up the steps of Solomon's Pillars and look at everything from the bird's point of view, and slowly part from the sun of that day.

 

 

 

When you see the hundreds of participants coming together as one, all dressed in white, on this special occasion, the assembling evening, it is difficult not to be moved by the encounter. This is an invitation to meet with a special teacher, in a special place, imprinting the memory with an event to remember, and allowing openness and excitement. 

Afterward, in front of the lake in the park, a festive dinner will be served, which will be followed by live music to greed the entering Shabat, with an Ethnic Groove Circle which no one can stay sitting to...

 

 

Timna Park

The park is located about 25 km north of Eilat and includes a landscape of scenic sites and antiquities structuresalong with history and diverse activities for the whole family. The park covers an area of about 60,000 dunams and its shape resembles a hoof surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides.
Mount Timna rises to a height of 453 meters. The Timna Valley is a geological window in which diverse rocks are exposed, containing minerals such as copper, iron, manganese and others.
 
Timna is the first place in the world where copper was mined. Throughout the park, you can find thousands of shafts of copper mining and remains of melting furnaces from the time of the ancient Egyptian Empire.
 
Here you can be moved by the story of the copper goddess Khattour and Hal Ramses alongside fascinating history and encounter remnants of Egyptian mythology. To illustrate the experience, you can watch the time mines exhibit describing the process of producing copper from the days of ancient Egypt to the present day.

Interesting finds can be seen in the Egyptian goddess Hathor, located next to the magnificent pillars of Solomon, the funerary site, the impressive arches, and of course the ancient rock paintings site with a picture of an ostrich hunter and ibexes, ox-drawn chariots and more.
 
Timna Park excels in numerous and varied landscape sites, spectacular rock formations and important geological and archeological sites.
The acacia trees and desert vegetation, the flocks of deer that float over the cliffs and human activity in ancient times and to this day have brought great interest and turned it into a valuable tourist center. 

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When you see the hundreds of participants coming together as one, all dressed in white, on this special occasion, the assembling evening, it is difficult not to be moved by the encounter. This is an invitation to meet with a special teacher, in a special place, imprinting the memory with an event to remember, and allowing openness and excitement. 

Afterward, in front of the lake in the park, a festive dinner will be served, which will be followed by live music to greed the entering Shabat, with an Ethnic Groove Circle which no one can stay sitting to...

When you see the hundreds of participants coming together as one, all dressed in white, on this special occasion, the assembling evening, it is difficult not to be moved by the encounter. This is an invitation to meet with a special teacher, in a special place, imprinting the memory with an event to remember, and allowing openness and excitement. 

Afterward, in front of the lake in the park, a festive dinner will be served, which will be followed by live music to greed the entering Shabat, with an Ethnic Groove Circle which no one can stay sitting to...

When you see the hundreds of participants coming together as one, all dressed in white, on this special occasion, the assembling evening, it is difficult not to be moved by the encounter. This is an invitation to meet with a special teacher, in a special place, imprinting the memory with an event to remember, and allowing openness and excitement. 

Afterward, in front of the lake in the park, a festive dinner will be served, which will be followed by live music to greed the entering Shabat, with an Ethnic Groove Circle which no one can stay sitting to...

The park is located about 25 km north of Eilat and includes a landscape of scenic sites and antiquities structuresalong with history and diverse activities for the whole family. The park covers an area of about 60,000 dunams and its shape resembles a hoof surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides.
Mount Timna rises to a height of 453 meters. The Timna Valley is a geological window in which diverse rocks are exposed, containing minerals such as copper, iron, manganese and others.
 
Timna is the first place in the world where copper was mined. Throughout the park, you can find thousands of shafts of copper mining and remains of melting furnaces from the time of the ancient Egyptian Empire.
 
Here you can be moved by the story of the copper goddess Khattour and Hal Ramses alongside fascinating history and encounter remnants of Egyptian mythology. To illustrate the experience, you can watch the time mines exhibit describing the process of producing copper from the days of ancient Egypt to the present day.

Interesting finds can be seen in the Egyptian goddess Hathor, located next to the magnificent pillars of Solomon, the funerary site, the impressive arches, and of course the ancient rock paintings site with a picture of an ostrich hunter and ibexes, ox-drawn chariots and more.
 
Timna Park excels in numerous and varied landscape sites, spectacular rock formations and important geological and archeological sites.

The acacia trees and desert vegetation, the flocks of deer that float over the cliffs and human activity in ancient times and to this day have brought great interest and turned it into a valuable tourist center. 

The park is located about 25 km north of Eilat and includes a landscape of scenic sites and antiquities structuresalong with history and diverse activities for the whole family. The park covers an area of about 60,000 dunams and its shape resembles a hoof surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides.
Mount Timna rises to a height of 453 meters. The Timna Valley is a geological window in which diverse rocks are exposed, containing minerals such as copper, iron, manganese and others.
 
Timna is the first place in the world where copper was mined. Throughout the park, you can find thousands of shafts of copper mining and remains of melting furnaces from the time of the ancient Egyptian Empire.
 
Here you can be moved by the story of the copper goddess Khattour and Hal Ramses alongside fascinating history and encounter remnants of Egyptian mythology. To illustrate the experience, you can watch the time mines exhibit describing the process of producing copper from the days of ancient Egypt to the present day.

Interesting finds can be seen in the Egyptian goddess Hathor, located next to the magnificent pillars of Solomon, the funerary site, the impressive arches, and of course the ancient rock paintings site with a picture of an ostrich hunter and ibexes, ox-drawn chariots and more.
 
Timna Park excels in numerous and varied landscape sites, spectacular rock formations and important geological and archeological sites.

The acacia trees and desert vegetation, the flocks of deer that float over the cliffs and human activity in ancient times and to this day have brought great interest and turned it into a valuable tourist center.