With Julie Rost
Meditation is more important now than ever, and yet is seemingly unattainable to so many people. This retreat is intended to motivate you from within, through the actual experience of meditation in a way that is personalized for you.
This retreat is designed to assist all people in experiencing and sharing the practice of meditation, whether you are teacher, therapist, parent or friend.
For health care professionals interested in learning more about the benefits and practices of meditation to assist clients in their healing journey.
Yoga teachers are eligible for CEUs related to techniques, training, practice, yoga philosophy and lifestyle, qualities of a teacher, communication skills, energy anatomy.
Yoga practitioners may attend who are interested in going deeper with their personal practice of meditation.
This retreat will include yoga philosophy, along with modern day research that demonstrates the benefits of meditation. The day includes personal study, group discussion, lunch, silence, two yoga classes and meditation practice. The yoga classes will give participants an experience of how asana, breath, relaxation and mental exercises prepare one for meditation.
No experience with yoga or meditation is needed. All levels of fitness and ability are welcome. We offer choices for all levels—from brand new beginner to more experienced yoga student. Yoga is non-sectarian and supports your own personal religious/spiritual beliefs.
Julie Rost, e-RYT 500, C-IAYT, founded the YogaLife Institute of NH in 2006. Her undergraduate degree in psychology included research based in the healing benefit of yoga for adolescents. Years of working in women’s reproductive health led to a three year service as Peace Corps Volunteer in Malawi, Africa, where her experience with village doctors of traditional medicine catapulted her interest in studying the holistic and natural approaches of the yoga lifestyle. She received her Classical Yoga and Yoga Therapy training from the YogaLife Institute in PA. Julie is currently the spiritual director of the YogaLife Institute of NH, teaching in its 200 and 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training Programs, as well as its Comprehensive Yoga Therapy Program. She teaches weekly classes, workshops, and retreats, and offers private yoga therapy sessions.
$175 ($150 when you register by March 1st)
YogaLife Institute of NH
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