Saturday, May 10, 2014 — 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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. Come cultivate a space that will lead you toward insights, personal breakthroughs, and assimilation of all you have received. The day includes teachings for contemplation, an asana practice, guided meditation, a restorative asana practice, pranayama, and an opportunity for discussion.
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.
This one-day retreat will restore you. Your spirit will start to shine feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. It is the perfect time to reflect and heal! The day will include:
Asana practice to release stress and open energy pathways
Breathing techniques to purify the respiratory system
Restorative Yoga for assimilation and deep relaxation
A guided relaxation to help the body recalibrate and absorb it’s refreshed state
Discussion about yoga philosophy
Investment and Registration Information
$125 (all inclusive) — Registration Deadline is May 1, 2014
This retreat is appropriate for all levels; however some yoga experience is required.
To register contact Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-789-7782
Location: Adjacent space to Whole Foods Market Johns Creek (to the left of the store)
Hope strives to be a catalyst for personal transformation and to convey the therapeutic benefits of yoga to others. After the transformative qualities of yoga lifted her emotionally, physically, and energetically, she experienced a heartfelt calling to lead others in their journey of discovery and transformation both on and off the mat.
Hope lives in Atlanta and is a breast cancer survivor and mother of two teenage girls. Her writing has been featured in MindBodyGreen.
To learn more about Hope or for contact information or to follow her blog, please visit her website www.hopesyoga.com