To retreat is defined as the act of withdrawing. When you commit to a Yoga Retreat, you are indeed withdrawing from many things. Your daily life: to-do lists, demands, responsibility. To retreat from this for a week, or even a long weekend, offers so much in return.
Consider a Retreat like a Re-Treat. Treat yourself. Offer youself a gift of expansive time, of spaciousness, of nourishment for your body, mind and most importantly, your soul.
I have been organizing and leading Yoga retreats for over a decade and it brings incredible joy for me. I see this as an opportunity to hold space for personal tranformation. Personally, I've seen countless people create lasting shifts that ripple out into their lives. It's truly amazing to see the seeds that are planted in the course of a short window of time while on retreat.
We all have different motivations for indulging in a yoga retreat, and many of us have family obligations that come with our holiday time off of work. This is why I create a spectrum of retreat offerings. You can bring your kid(s) on a Mommy & Me or Family Yoga holiday, or offer yourself the ultimate indulgence of an Adults only retreat. Come solo, or join with your loved one, or bestie. It's super fun to have a group of friends partakes in a retreat together. And if you are keen on a private retreat, send me a message and I can organize an epic private retreat for your and your crew.