Breathe Yoga and Introspection Retreat

I am excited to be offering a summer yoga retreat! It has been a long time since I have gathered this way and I am ready!! Retreats offer an opportunity to gather with like minded people and experience time away for self reflection, relaxation, and introspection. 

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Thursday, July 21st 7:00pm - Sunday, July 24th 12:00pm

Christine Center Willard, Wisconsin

Cost: $520-$610 depending on accommodations.

(Cost includes meals, lodging, and all classes)

Reservations through the Christine Center

 

 

One of the many values of a regular yoga practice is the opportunity to see ourselves more clearly. When we have self awareness, things like acceptance, life decisions, and personal growth come about much more easily. In this retreat, we will use asana (postures), yamas and nyamas (ethical practices), pranayama (breath work), meditation, and writing for introspection. 

Whether you’re simply taking a break to slow down, painting broad brush strokes, or digging in deep with inquiry, this is a great time to check in with yourself. -We will have a morning practice to include movement, breathvwork, and meditation. 
-After breakfast, we will discuss yoga philosophy topics and you will be offered a writing prompt. 
-Throughout the day, enjoy the environment, hiking trails, quiet, or company. 
-If you would like, we can organize an afternoon discussion to express our experience as it unfolds over the weekend.
-We'll meet back after dinner for an evening yin yoga relaxation practice with crystal bowl sound healing and meditation. 

*Thursday evening we will meet for introductions and retreat overview. You are welcome to join Friday if your schedule is limited.

 

Kristin has practiced yoga for 23 years and taught for the last 7. She studied with Baba Hari Dass and his senior students in the Santa Cruz mountains of California during a year long residential program. Her studies in philosophy, therapeutic bodywork, and holistic wellness guide her approach to teaching. Her philosophy rich classes are welcoming to all levels of practice and focus on breath, awareness, and insight. When not on the mat, she’s practicing the yoga of parenting a toddler, spending time in nature, and dreaming up more ways to stay connected.

www.breatheyogaplace.com