As we surge toward the Yang season of Spring marked by increased activity, energy, and light, we have the perfect opportunity to pause and revisit our intentions from the beginning of the year. To check in, evaluate, and re-calibrate. What do we want to integrate and bring into the second quarter of the year? How are we upholding the commitments we made to ourselves? Can we acknowledge gratitudes or blessings that have unfolded on our path? What can we release or surrender to lighten our spiritual load?
Join Jess Kahn and Carly McHale for an afternoon retreat marked by both the physical and philosophical facets of yoga. A rejuvenation of both form and soul: a chance to reconnect and ground the mind-body connection. Beginning with a simple yet strong vinyasa practice, we will tonify our bodies as a means of entering into the deeper parts of ourselves. Opportunities for reflection, meditation, and introspection will be offered, along with dharma talks focusing on the 8-limb path. Ample time for community discussion will be provided, along with wholesome nourishment to support sustained energy. The afternoon will wrap up with a long yin practice aimed to cultivate inner stillness and restoration. Suitable for all levels, and open to all who are curious to explore.
Give yourself the gift of time to intimately focus on you. Cost is $85