Silent retreats at Rolling Meadows offer a transformational experience for experienced and serious practitioners to expand consciousness, self-awareness, and deepen healing at a 100 acre secluded retreat center in the pristine hills of coastal Maine.
The small group meditation and yoga retreats are intimate with space for 11 participants and offer experiential and reflective time with sessions including meditation, classic yoga asana, yin and restorative yoga, movement meditation, yoga nidra, breath work, psycho-spiritual processes, writing, silence and communing with the natural world.
In this supportive environment, away from the demands of daily routines, light is shed on habitual patterns of behavior, time is given to digest life experience, and space open to recognize the ease and peace of our True Nature.
Scheduled silent meditation and yoga retreats are offered from May through November in a New England retreat center on 100 acres of walking trails, fields, gardens and a spring-fed pond. The expansive views create a feeling of opennesss while the intimate atmosphere provides a backdrop for turning within.
These retreats offer a rare opportunity of shared silence, except during the sessions when questions and discussion may occur. The silent community creates a supportive environment for opening to inner silence, allowing the body and mind to quiet while being aware of conditioned beliefs and the ever available presence of our True Nature.
USA Today, Boston.com, Travel & Leisure.com, Time Out.com, NerdWalle.com and Outside Magazine have rated Rolling Meadows Retreat one of the top ten places to take a retreat.
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