A one day retreat is an opportunity to be transported, awakened, and transformed. It is a precious period of time devoted to the purpose of rejuvenation and inner discovery. Yoga is about opening the heart. It is about treating ourselves well. It is about balance. A one day retreat can help with all three of these leaving you feeling replenished in body, mind, and soul. The great news about a one day retreat is that you don’t need to save up a ton of money or plan in advance to take the week off. It is a simple way to bring the balance of staying true to your yoga practice and treating yourself to something special without dramatically altering your schedule or life.
Your deepest wisest self needs time and space to speak to you. This one-day retreat will guide you inward, renewing your connection with yourself and restoring you. We will unplug from the world around us and look inward connecting to a deeper place of knowing. We will open our bodies with gentle yogic practices. We will sit quietly and with kindness and openness we will set our intentions. We will listen, write and create. We will rest deeply and when the day is done we will leave with a renewed sense of knowing ourselves, a rekindling of our dreams, and with a treasure map to guide us on our path. Come ready to:
Practice Gentle Yoga
Sit Quietly and Listen Deeply
Connect With Your Heart Space
Open To and Connect With Your Authentic Self
Have Fun Designing Your Own Treasure Map
Investment and Registration Information
$140 (all inclusive – lunch included) — Registration Deadline is June 1, 2015 — This retreat is appropriate for all levels.
To register contact Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-789-7782 — Location: Hope’s Yoga in Johns Creek, Georgia
Hope Knosher, E-RYT200, RYT500 and Founder, Hope’s Yoga
After the practice of yoga lifted her mentally, physically and emotionally Hope felt a heartfelt calling to teach, speak and write about the practice of yoga, sharing her experiences and her passion with others. Hope’s practice centers on sharing the heart of yoga and its healing qualities with students at all capabilities including those experiencing cancer. She speaks to groups about the life-changing benefits of yoga and the importance of hope. Hope is a regular contributor at MindBodyGreen and her own blog. Her practice was chosen as one of the “Best of Atlanta 2014” by Atlanta Magazine. Her work with cancer survivors has been featured in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Learn more at www.hopesyoga.com.