Living from our Sacred Self
November 10 – 13, 2017
Meditation & Yoga Retreat
Rolling Meadows
Brooks, Maine

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about.” Rumi

The purpose of spiritual practice and teachings is to help us find freedom from the limiting habits, patterns, behaviors and beliefs we have absorbed from our culture and families so that we may live from our true self – our sacred self.

Through the practices of yoga asana, yin yoga, pranayama, meditative movement, yoga nidra, restorative poses, self-inquiry, meditation, silence and free time in the natural world we have an opportunty to more clearly see the conditioning that does not serve us. As awareness increases we naturally enhance our relationship with our true Self. We will leave the yoga retreat with an increased sensitivity to the “field” Rumi speaks of so that we may bring this awareness into our daily lives, greeting whatever arises in our life more often from our natural, Sacred Self rather than our conditioned egoic mind.

“Now is the time to understand that all your ideas of  right and wrong were just a child’s training wheels to be laid aside when you can finally live with veracity and love.” Hafiz

maine yoga retreat

This three night retreat begins with evening meal at 6pm Friday, November 10 and ends at about mid-morning on Monday, November 13  after a late breakfast.

To learn more about the daily schedule, yin yoga, self-inquiry, the silence observed and further details of this retreat  click here.

Rolling Meadows yoga and meditation retreat is described here click here.

To learn more about silent retreat click here.

For a page with information on “Why go on Retreat” click here.

You may read more about the style of yoga taught by going here.

Frequently asked questions are here.

To Register go here

The fee for the retreat is $650.

“Frequently asked questions” may be found by going here.