Sugar Lake 2018 : Ancient Yoga For Modern Living
Nestled on the shores of Sugar Lake, the lodge epitomizes the spirit of hospitality
Cloaked in snow at this time of year, Northern Minnesota inspires us to reflect on the meaning and benefit of quietness and calm, for the environment and ourselves.
WHAT: A retreat designed to provide a deeper understanding of how ancient yoga principals can be used to help us live better lives in modern times. We’ll explore all eight historical aspects of Raja, or Astanga yoga. This includes “mat time” with guided asana/poses designed for all skill levels, as well as insights on philosophy, meditation, breath work, relaxation and other techniques that encourage body, mind and spirit to find quiet and calm.
Daily asana styles explored for your mat practice
Mindfulness practices and purpose
Mantra and nada (sound) yoga
Yoga philosophy for skillful daily living on and off the mat
Yoga “newbies” who want to learn about the practice’s foundational philosophies.
Yoga masters eager for deeper knowledge, new techniques and fresh perspectives.
Individuals, groups of friends, couples and coworkers seeking a time, place and reason to thoughtfully explore what it means to be human in today’s world, and what it takes to gracefully navigate through it.
HOW: Make your reservation today (Minimal registration required to hold event)! Pre-payment of $250 is required to confirm your reservation and is NON-REFUNDABLE. Rooms are available in single- or double-occupancy. Three-night packages include three breakfasts and two dinners.
“My goal is to help stimulate your practice to allow you to move with curiosity and confidence further into your yoga practice and balance.”
Shared occupancy (townhouses) – 3 nights (check in 2/15)
Private/Single room – 3 nights (check in 2/15)
Shared occupancy (townhouses) – 2 nights (check in 2/16)
Private/Single room – 2 nights (check in 2/16)