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Fall Nourish Ayurveda and Yoga Retreat
September 23, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - September 25, 2022 @ 1:00 pm PDT$675 – $795
Are you craving space away from the stress of everyday life?
Are you in need of nourishing weekend in nature?
Going on retreat is an invaluable practice that helps us step out of our daily routines and re-connect to ourselves.
The Fall Nourish Ayurveda and Yoga Retreat offers you an opportunity to ground and nourish your body, mind and Spirit.
I’d love for you to join me for this nourishing weekend to slow down and deepen your own path of yoga and Ayurveda. You will nourish your body, breath and mind with daily Ayurveda-inspired yoga class and sound healing meditations, learn seasonal self-care practice and make your own Ayurveda goodies, all while being immersed in nature and enjoying seasonal meals with our private chef. I cannot wait for this weekend experience.
Location – Bhakti Heart Center on San Juan Island, Wa
The Bhakti Heart Center is a serene sanctuary on Cady Mountain near Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Located on 10 private acres this center is warm, welcoming and is a magical place to recharge.
Dates – September 23-25
Cost – $675/pp- triple occupancy rooms in the main house; $795/pp double occupancy yurt – 2 spots left!
- 3 days/2 nights stay
- 6 vegetarian meals (Friday dinner – Sunday lunch) prepared by Chef Leah.
- 2 Ayurveda seasonal workshops. You’ll be making goodies to take home and use all season long!
- 3 yoga sessions – all welcome, all levels
- Daily morning sound meditation
- Evening sound bath
- Planned nature walks/hikes and plenty of free-time to relax, explore and recharge
Space is limited to 10 people max. Rooms will be triple or double occupancy.
Please email me if you are interested and I will share the payment link. firstname.lastname@example.org
*this is an alcohol and substance-free event weekend.
Your health and safety are a top priority, therefore, we ask everyone to take a Covid test as close to our time together as possible, and then restrict your contact with others as much as possible.
Masks are not required at Bhakti Heart Center. Wearing a mask is up to the individual.
Meet Chef Leah
Leah is a writer, genealogist, and chef who hails from deep bloodlines of land tenders, cooks, and magic makers of the Appalachian Mountain South.
Her culinary adventures began on her grandmother’s countertops and has evolved into crafting seasonal delights with many elements pulled right from her gardenscapes.
Her business is dedicated to bringing new twists on her grandmothers’ seeds and recipes with unique genealogy and table offerings. She’s supported fiercely by her four wildling children, golden retriever, and sweet husband.