Cultivate Calm Weekend Retreat

Mini Mindfulness & Restorative yoga retreat

  • Starts Jun 10
  • 80 US dollars
  • 78 South Main Street

Service Description

Hosted at The Newtown Yoga Center Friday June 10th 6:30 - 8pm Saturday June 11th 10 - 2pm Includes a healthy lunch from Boost Bowl in Newtown and an eye pillow to keep! End the week on Friday with a luxurious Restorative yoga and mindfulness meditation experience. Bolsters, blankets, eye pillows, sandbags, and more to give you the best, more supportive experience ever! Return on Saturday to experience and explore the art and science of walking meditations, seated mindfulness practices, gentle yoga and enjoy some conscious conversation. We will break for a healthy lunch from Boost Bowl in Newtown, included, as a practice in mindful eating on Saturday. If you have any food allergies please put what they are on the booking form Please bring your yoga mat, bottled water and bring layers, wear comfy stretch clothes/yoga/workout clothes both days. All other props and materials will be provided. No prior yoga or meditation experience is necessary! All levels of experience are welcome, this mini weekend retreat is an excellent introduction to yoga and mindfulness for beginners, and will be an oasis and treat for those who are more practiced. There is always something new to learn! Advanced online registration required. Cancellation policy, 24 hours advance notice full refund. No call/no show for the retreat = studio credit and no refund. Space is limited to 10 participants. Covid 19 protocol: if you are sick please email Aline asap and stay home. You can enjoy this retreat from home and we can Zoom you in, or request a refund or studio credit. Advanced notice is requested, please. The studio is now mask optional with the intention that consideration for others is at the forefront of your decision to mask or not to mask. This optional offering may change if cases go up. TBD. If you feel under the weather but not sick, please wear a mask. If you see someone wearing a mask don't assume they are sick, they may be protecting a loved one or have an autoimmune concern. If you see someone not wearing a mask they may have a respiratory condition like asthma or something other reason. Our practice is in compassion, allowance and consideration.

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