Posts Tagged 'yoga retreat'

Invoking the Goddess: A VIRTUAL Yoga & Meditation Retreat

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What is a Virtual Retreat?
Our Virtual Retreat is a live-streaming ShivaShakti At-Home immersive retreat during which you will receive teachings, engage in guided practice, and connect with other participants through an easy-to-use online platform (Zoom). We encourage you to create a retreat environment during our days together, by setting aside these 3 days to be focused predominately on spiritual practice, creating a dedicated retreat space, removing yourself as much as possible from social media and other online work/communication with ...

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The ShivaShakti VIRTUAL Retreat: Cultivating Consciousness in the Divine Play

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Devi (the Creative Energy of the universe) asks in Banter Verses 5-6 of the Radiance Sutras: “What is this power we call Life, Appearing as the play of flesh and breath? How may I know this mystery and enter it more deeply? 

My attention is enthralled by a myriad of forms, Innumerable individual entities everywhere, Flashing into existence and fading away again. Lead me into the wholeness beyond all these parts.

Do me a favor, my love. Let me rest in your embrace. Refresh ...

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Silence & Simplicity Retreat

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Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and reconnect with silence, simplicity, and your Soul. Join us at the tranquil Rolling Acres Retreat on the shores of Damariscotta Lake and retreat from the quick pace of life for five days of silence, yoga, and meditation. Each morning we will awake to greet the day with meditation, pranayama, and asana.  We will use meditation and pranayama to balance the mind and calm the nervous system and pranic (energy) body. Morning yogasana classes will focus ...

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Nourishing the Self Retreat

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Reclaim balance in your life by utilizing practices of Yoga and Ayurveda to harmonize with your own innate rhythms and those of the natural world. Join us for this 3-day retreat to rest the five senses, slow down the pace of the body and reconnect with inner bliss. Daily yoga classes include long, gentle, passive, holds focusing on unwinding adhesions in the connective tissue and opening the meridians or nadis (energy channels). Each ...

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