Yoga with Earth and Soul:
Embracing the Sacred
January 31 – February 4, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 5:00
Black Arrow Lodge, Tucson, Arizona
Rebecca Wildbear M.S. Ed, E-RYT 500, NYE 1000
Doug Van Houten RYS 200
THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED WITH THE EARTH-IN-MIND to strengthen your sense of embodied wholeness and deepen your connection to soul. Bring the sacred into your daily yoga practice and your everyday life. We’ll stretch our sensory bodies and wild imaginations toward a conversation between our earthly home and our soul’s calling as we track numinous threads—as they appear in your dreams, body, and waking encounters in nature—for the purpose of becoming more of who you are destined to be. We’ll incorporate shadow and dream work as well as ceremony, wandering time in nature and daily yoga asanas. This is a Vinyasa style yoga practice. All levels welcome.
What you will learn:
• How to strengthen the essential foundations of body, mind & spirit as an embodied invitation to soul.
• How to consciously cultivate your innate human wholeness through ways and practices.
• How to identify and befriend your fragmented selves and find the initiatory gifts hidden within each.
• Your unique purpose in and for the world.
• A deepened yoga practice more rooted in nature, imagination, poetry and myth.
Cost: $500-650 sliding scale.
$450 if paid in full by December 15.
$200 non-refundable deposit holds your spot.
Balance due Jan 7. Includes breakfasts & dinners
Indoor bed is an additional $125. Camping option is free.
Preferred Payment Options: PayPal and check.
Black Arrow Lodge (below) is private property, located in beautiful warm and sunny Tucson, adjacent to Saguaro National Park with trails for wild wandering. Spacious vacation/retreat home originally built as the main house for Black Arrow Ranch in 1948. Most recently renovated and updated 2008-2014. The Lodge sits on 10 acres in a secluded and breathtaking setting on the NorthWestern edge of the Tucson Basin at the base of the Tucson Mountains. Sleeping roof. Courtyard. Casitas. Fire Pit.
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