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April 11-13, 2014

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5 Signs You Need A Yoga Retreat

One of the most beautiful and liberating aspects of yoga is that you don’t need any fancy equipment or a designated building or field to practice. Yoga is accessible. The practice meets you where you

Taught by renowned expert Nischala Joy Devi, this training includes theory and practice of asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, imagery and meditation as applied to disease and general health...

Whether you are new to yoga or have decades of experience, applying scientific understanding to asana, pranayama and relaxation can dramatically enhance your practice. Learn how to use physiology, neurophysiology and anatomy to gain new yoga skills and achieve new heights of consciousness...

Join Bhaskar Deva for a fun weekend of kayaking down the James River. The day begins with early morning meditation, hatha yoga and of course, a hearty breakfast.. Then our adventure down the river begins!

We will spend the weekend diving into the depths of what your loving relationship means to you and explore how to keep it alive and thriving. Gain inspiration and practical tools to keep communication channels open, release old patterns and stories that block you from experiencing the deepest connections, apply simple techniques to sustain and nurture your loving relationship.

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Top 5 Affordable Yoga Retreats

If you need to escape the stress of life and enter another land of relaxation and meditation, you should book a yoga retreat. Some worry about the cost of retreats but not all yoga retreats are stressful on your bank account. Here are five amazing, affordable yoga retreats around the world:

Master Yogi David Swenson will offer his popular "Physics of Flight Vinyasa Techniques," providing detailed information for jumping through and back in asana. Alternatives will also be given for the more challenging postures to allow students of all levels to attend.

Join Poep Sa Frank Jude for a weekend exploration of in the Three Jewels: the Buddha (the awakened person); the dharma (teachings and practices that encourage awakening); and the sangha (the community that supports awakening).

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ABOUT The Priestess Midsummer Gathering is a Heart-Body-Soul Experience that we cocreate from the priestess within ourselves. In workshops, meditation, walks, movement, silence and celebrations each participant is invited to bring and share what makes your Heart-Body-Soul move. Birthing and holding this festival together with Klara is the final assignment of women in the training program Moon Priestess. This program is founded and run by Klara Adalena.