“A community is made up of intimate relationships among diversified types of individuals–a kinship group, a local group, a neighborhood, a village, a large family.” –Carroll Quigley, an American historian and theorist. We can appreciate power in numbers and the energy that is felt when few become many but there is something special to keeping… Continue reading Why Do We Keep Retreats Small?
You tap into another level of consciousness when you understand that language is a tool and not the only means for connection. Words often get in the way of what is really going on. It’s our dependency on words that encourage us to use labels and attach ourselves to spoken intelligence. If we put words… Continue reading Language Is A Tool
This means you are currently consistent or have had a steady yoga/meditation practice for some time. You know what sun salutations are and can practice them on your own. You understand the basics of pranayama and how to still your mind in meditation. At this level, you will be guided into deeper levels of your… Continue reading What Is An Intermediate Practitioner?
This means you have never taken a yoga/meditation class or maybe you’ve taken a few. Nothing to worry about. You will be guided through each pose, sequence, and breathing exercises in full detail. Our style is a mix between Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Restorative, and Yin yoga. Take your time and go at your own pace. There’s no… Continue reading What Is A Beginner Practitioner in Yoga?
Our retreats provide peaceful environments for spiritual understanding and transformation supported by nature, ancient techniques & wisdom.
The answers you seek reside within. Retreats offer a change in environment and perspective, sometimes, that is all you need to start living at your fullest potential.