Retreats and Classes


March 9–16, 2018 
Embodying Awakening: Mindful Yoga and Embodied Meditation in 
Lauingen/Donau, Germany.  Cultivate an embodied awakening of mind and heart in this silent retreat that blends the traditions of yoga and Insight Meditation.

March 17–18, 2018. 
Meditation and Yoga workshop in Freiburg, Germany.

March 25–April 1. 
Deepening Your Meditation Through Stillness and Movement at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. L
earn how to utilize body awareness more skillfully in your meditation and in daily life through a variety of different embodiment arts and movement practices.

April 16–18, 2018
Restore, Refresh, Renew: A Mindfulness Meditation Retreat for Women
 at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. 
In the stress and rush of our daily routines, it’s easy to lose touch with our natural capacity for ease, presence, and clarity. The good news is that in just a few days, we can begin to fill the well.
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June 27–July, 1 2018
Drinking from the Inner River: A Women’s Meditation Retreat in Nature

at  Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center, New Mexico. 
Nourish your wild spirit and reconnect with your own deepest nature in an embodied meditation retreat specifically designed to honor the unique needs and treasures of a woman’s journey.
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July 22-27, 2018
Being Still With Skill: A Yoga and Meditation Immersion
at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts. 
Yoga offers a set of skills that, when practiced regularly, awakens your innate ability to become quiet, to tune into the nature of life moving through you, and to live with freedom and joy.

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September 10–16, 2018
Meditation and the Spirit of Creativity 

at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. A silent retreat for painters, performers, writers; or anyone wanting to deepen their contact with the creative spirit.
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Dec 3–9, 2018
Awakening in the Body: Yoga and Meditation

at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.  
Through an integrated flow of meditation in movement and in stillness, we discover that what we call “body” and what we call “mind” are different aspects of the same living presence.