Recharge & Renew: A Yoga Retreat for Non-Yogis
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About The Event
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3 Days/2 Nights: $325 includes tuition, room, board, and supplies!
The New Year reminds of the importance of taking care of ourselves: reflecting, nurturing, letting go, growing. It’s a natural time to renew and recharge, to reflect and set new goals and intentions.
This retreat is for you if interested in getting away for a weekend, while doing a little yoga and talking with good people about how to make the new year more awesome for yourself. Maybe you’re dealing with stress or work burnout, and want to create more balance. Perhaps you’re managing a chronic medical condition, and want to find simple ways to add more movement into your daily routine. You might be ready to make a change related to diet and exercise, or you may just want a weekend away to do some yoga, soak in the hot tub, and relax.
This weekend is for you if:
- You want to check yoga out, but you just don’t know where to start.
- .Have (had) a yoga practice, and would like to revisit or restart your relationship with yoga.
- You think you’re not bendy or flexible enough for yoga.
- You think you’d benefit from yoga, but not sure how to explore it.
- You’ve been to a couple yoga classes and don’t want to go back because it was too hard.
- You want a couple of days away in a safe, clean, comfortable, and intentional yoga-space with good people, nourishing-great food, and plenty of time to rest, laugh, and be.
We’ll do some movement. And breathing. Two things you do all the time, every day. It’s simple. I promise. We’ll also do some journaling and activities designed to help you figure out how to make the new year more awesome. Wear comfortable clothing; previous yoga experience not required.
Cost includes room, board and supplies, including use of yoga mats and props.
About the Facilitator
Becky Morrissey, eRYT500, C-IAYT, TCTSY-F, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
As a yoga student and teacher since 1989, I continue to be fascinated and curious about what yoga brings to my ability to care for self and others in these times. I have trained, owned studio spaces, taught teacher trainings, travel-taught, and studied with teachers from many movement and therapeutic modalities over the 30 years of study. I bring these modalities to my work as a yoga therapist and my clinical work and teaching of counseling/ addictions/psychotherapy. Weaving learned experience and the living of the present-moment is the art of yoga; Becky brings this into her classes, workshops, and retreats. Welcome!