Here is a preview of this year's seasonal offerings.

Registrations will be open in the near future, check back soon!

 

May 5th, 3:00 pm to May 10th, 11:00 am

This gentle, easy-going, silent retreat explores applied mindfulness practices with an introduction to meditation, preparing the foundation for formal meditation practice. Includes daily yoga, with an emphasis on pliancy of the body for greater wellbeing.

Beginner Mindfulness Meditation and Yoga Practices

May 5th, 3:00 pm to May 10th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on May 5th

Welcome to the basics. Use Meditation and Mindfulness Practices to build a strong foundation for greater joy and happiness in your life. Work with body posture for comfortable sitting, flexibility and mindful movement, countering the 'stiffness' of aging. Learn the art of proper breathing. This retreat is designed for complete newcomers, as well as existing practitioners wishing to reinforce and renew a healthy, well-adjusted approach to yoga and meditation.

Fiona is a wise teacher who works extremely well with individuals that have never practiced Meditation or Yoga previously, yet who wish to explore these techniques for the great benefits that can be had from them. Discover serenity, wellbeing and happiness through meditation and regain pliancy, flexibility through this easy yoga.

 

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teacher / Daily Yoga (please bring a yoga mat) 

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

 

May 19th, 3:00 pm to May 24th, 11:00 am

Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being.

Traditional Buddhist Meditation Retreat

May 19th, 3:00 pm to May 24th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on May 19th

In the beautiful environment of the Hermitage on Denman Island, in the midst of Nature, practice the easy approach of Calm-abiding (shamatha) and Intuitive Insight (vipasyana) meditation, as a way to engage in the Path of Awakening according to the profound Namgyal tradition. Learn to concentrate, to still the mind, and to rest the thinking process, through lucid mindfulness and concentration on the breathing, by training in stable attention, while at the same time gently awakening your personal insight, compassion and wisdom, in this very traditional, ancient and wholesome method of practice. 

Learn about and gradually approach the deeper blissful Dhyana-states of meditation, that naturally give rise to centered consciousness, opening of the heart, and compassionate realization in reflexive self-awareness, based on a the meditative experience of stillness, joy and bliss. Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being. The retreat will especially focus on discovering this mind within, through disciplined but easy to follow meditation. 

The retreat will include both sitting and walking meditation, guided by daily instruction and example, and personal interviews with the teacher. This is a silent retreat, suitable for all, regardless whether complete beginners or long-term practitioners.

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

May 26th, 3:00 pm to May 31st, 11:00 am

Using a creative blend of Yin yoga, mindfulness, and transformative psycho-spiritual inquiry work, Carly skillfully supports participants to contact their own boundless depths and wisdom. Journal work, dyads, and nature-based practices are also central to the rhythm and pulse of this retreat, as they naturally open the gateway to the true self and assist the noble work of integration.

True Refuge: Cultivating Courage and Resilience

May 26th, 3:00 pm to May 31st, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on May 26th

Devoted to our individual and collective healing, this silent retreat is offered as a refuge—a place to forgo the hustle, uncover aspects of the self that can only be found in stillness, and deeply engage with your direct experience.

Using a creative blend of Yin yoga, mindfulness, and transformative psycho-spiritual inquiry work, Carly skillfully supports participants to contact their own boundless depths and wisdom. Journal work, dyads, and nature-based practices are also central to the rhythm and pulse of this retreat, as they naturally open the gateway to the true self and assist the noble work of integration. Luminous poetry is also woven into the fabric of this retreat, imprinting a gentle rapture for the natural world and an abiding curiosity about what it means to be alive.

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teacher / Daily Yoga (please bring a yoga mat) 

Teacher's Program Fee: 250$ +

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

Jun 2nd, 3:00 pm to Jun 8th, 11:00 am

The mindful practice of insight meditation (vipassana) is the effort put forth by the practitioner to directly know and clearly understand the psycho-physical phenomena which compose one’s embodied existence. Intimately connecting and awakening us to the true nature of our lives, this practice gives rise to wisdom capable of liberating the heart and the subsequent release from all shades and forms of mental and physical suffering.

Let Go or Be Dragged - A Vipassana Retreat

Jun 2nd, 3:00 pm to Jun 8th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on June 2nd

The wisdom teachings of the Buddha are intended to guide the courageous practitioner to the cessation of suffering/unsatisfactoriness (dukkha) within the body and mind. And according to this 2500 year old tradition, our suffering arises not because of a myriad of existential complications. Suffering arises because of two things: not seeing suffering and not seeing the causes of suffering.

Owing to our evolution and the innate survival mechanism within each being, the human mind is conditioned to seek more of that which is pleasurable and to avoid that which is painful. As a result of this predisposition to preserve and propagate life, the mind incessantly attempts to bend circumstances to its liking, according to these instinctual preferences. It is this attachment to desire (tanha) for more pleasure and aversion to discomfort which is the root cause of suffering we experience, at times subtly, at times grossly, on a daily basis.

And thus the cessation of our physical suffering and mental distress arises when, through the cultivation of wisdom and insight the mind lets go. No longer are we dragged by antiquated causes and conditions from our evolutionary past, by a mind that neurotically seeks for more of what it likes and attempts to flee at the first sign of discomfort, whether physically or mentally.

“Do everything with a mind that lets go. Don’t accept praise or gain or anything else. If you let go a little you a will have a little peace; if you let go a lot you will have a lot of peace; if you let go completely you will have complete peace.” ― Ajahn Chah

In this seven day silent retreat we will apply the systematic methodology of the revered Burmese meditation master, Mahasi Sayadaw. Mahasi’s accessible, yet potent, scientific approach to the study of consciousness, gives rise to transformative insight into the true nature of the mental (nama) and physical (rupa) phenomena, that which forms the bedrock of our human experience.

As wisdom is born that all psycho-physical phenomena are transient (anicca), unmanageable and beyond our control (anatta), attachment (tanha) of the mind to them dissolves, dispelling the fires of greed (lobha) for more of the pleasant and aversion (dosa) to the unpleasant. In the wake of their cessation, the mind becomes spaciously equanimous, liberated from suffering, beautified by insight.

The great Burmese Master Mahasi Sayadaw's approach to meditation is very clear, very precise and ‘to the point,’ faithfully adhering to the method of the Buddha in his own successful search for Enlightenment. Whit Hornsberger's experiences of intensive monastic meditation in Burma, combined with his studies of Yoga and other forms of Eastern Spirituality, have given him a unique ability to communicate to Westerners a classical approach to meditation, one that is deeply rooted in the profound Burmese tradition.

This silent retreat will include sitting and walking meditation, daily yoga practice and daily interviews with the teacher.

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 300$ to 510$ based on selection.

Jun 9th, 3:00 pm to Jun 14th, 11:00 am

Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being.

Traditional Buddhist Meditation Retreat

Jun 9th, 3:00 pm to Jun 14th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on June 9th

In the beautiful environment of the Hermitage on Denman Island, in the midst of Nature, practice the easy approach of Calm-abiding (shamatha) and Intuitive Insight (vipasyana) meditation, as a way to engage in the Path of Awakening according to the profound Namgyal tradition. Learn to concentrate, to still the mind, and to rest the thinking process, through lucid mindfulness and concentration on the breathing, by training in stable attention, while at the same time gently awakening your personal insight, compassion and wisdom, in this very traditional, ancient and wholesome method of practice. 

Learn about and gradually approach the deeper blissful Dhyana-states of meditation, that naturally give rise to centered consciousness, opening of the heart, and compassionate realization in reflexive self-awareness, based on a the meditative experience of stillness, joy and bliss. Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being. The retreat will especially focus on discovering this mind within, through disciplined but easy to follow meditation. 

The retreat will include both sitting and walking meditation, guided by daily instruction and example, and personal interviews with the teacher. This is a silent retreat, suitable for all, regardless whether complete beginners or long-term practitioners.

 

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

Jun 15th, 3:00 pm to Jun 22nd, 11:00 am

Forgotten who you are? Lost your sense of balance in the world? Reclaim your sense of centre through mindfulness of breathing in this insightful meditation retreat led by one of the Hermitage's leading instructors.

Retreat to Sanity

Jun 15th, 3:00 pm to Jun 22nd, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on June 15th

Forgotten who you are? Lost your sense of balance in the world? Reclaim your sense of centre through mindfulness of breathing in this insightful meditation retreat led by one of the Hermitage's leading instructors. Connie Mitchell is founder of the School of Natural Mind Meditation and a certified Tibetan Buddhist meditation instructor and counsellor. Allow Connie's compassionate, clear, often humorous insights into human nature inspire and inform your development through the practice of meditation.

 

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teacher 

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 350$ to 595$ based on selection.

Jun 23rd, 3:00 pm to Jun 28th, 11:00 am

An intimate and magical experience of shamanic Chöd practice, combining meditation and movement as a particularly rapid way to attain self-liberation and Awakening, taught at the Hermitage by Ngakpa Kalsang Dorje.

Nying-tig Chod Retreat

Jun 23rd, 3:00 pm to Jun 28th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on June 23rd

Chöd is a truly profound wisdom-practice developed largely by enlightened women mystics and transmitted from early times in the sacred high land of Tibet. As a special type of meditation combining both sitting and movement, stillness and activity, this unique style of meditation leads us into a beautiful form of embodied spirituality, focused in part on overcoming life’s hindrances and obstacles, and on attaining the “Cutting Off of the Ego” (the word "Chod" means "to Cut-through") as a process to achieve Higher Consciousness. 

The technique of Chod-meditation combines Buddhist meditation with ancient shamanic dance and drumming, so as to place oneself en rapport with the Universe as a whole, externally, and with one’s own inner process of Awakening internally, as an especially rapid means to attain personal spiritual insight and self-realization. An aspect of Chod-meditation deals directly with our innate fear of loss and death, and for that reason touches on the very core of life's experience. This ancient method was apparently first developed by the amazing Tibetan princess Yeshe Tsogyal in the 9th century, and then again further elaborated on by Machig Labdron, yet another exceptional Tibetan woman mystic living in the 11th century. Although a spiritual practice seemingly founded by and deeply relevant to women, Chod is today practiced equally by male yogis and female yoginis throughout the East – thus this practice is applicable to both sexes and all types of spiritual seekers, as a unique way of transcendence.

Chöd has mostly been communicated outside the Tibetan monastic establishment. The tradition has been practiced and handed on by individual Ngakpas (non-celibate yogis and yoginis) in Tibet and Mongolia over the centuries. Because of this, knowledge of Chöd and a chance to actually learn the practice from a qualified Tibetan teacher, has always been much less available to Western seekers than other forms of meditation. It is, however, considered a major meditation practice in both the Ka’gyu and Nyingma schools of Tibetan Buddhism, and is treated with great respect, and even with a degree of awe, by all Tibetan spiritual leaders, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Gyalwang Karmapa. The "Distant Laughter of the Goddess," the particular method of Chod-meditation transmitted from the Heart-Point of the Great Expanse by the Tibetan master-yogi Jigme Lingpa (1730-1798), is considered a direct path to Enlightenment. Ngakpa Kalsang Dorje, an experienced practitioner of the lineage, teaches the practice with considerable skill, gentleness and kindness, in easy steps suited for Western seekers who have no prior knowledge of Tibetan tradition.

 

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

Jun 30th, 3:00 pm to Jul 5th, 11:00 am

Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being.

Traditional Buddhist Meditation Retreat

Jun 30th, 3:00 pm to Jul 5th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on June 30th

In the beautiful environment of the Hermitage on Denman Island, in the midst of Nature, practice the easy approach of Calm-abiding (shamatha) and Intuitive Insight (vipasyana) meditation, as a way to engage in the Path of Awakening according to the profound Namgyal tradition. Learn to concentrate, to still the mind, and to rest the thinking process, through lucid mindfulness and concentration on the breathing, by training in stable attention, while at the same time gently awakening your personal insight, compassion and wisdom, in this very traditional, ancient and wholesome method of practice. 

Learn about and gradually approach the deeper blissful Dhyana-states of meditation, that naturally give rise to centered consciousness, opening of the heart, and compassionate realization in reflexive self-awareness, based on a the meditative experience of stillness, joy and bliss. Uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines in the depth, behind the obscuring veils of doubt and confusion. Realize that this luminous mind within all beings is available to you at all times; this is your own psyche within you, your own truth – the magical depth of your being. The retreat will especially focus on discovering this mind within, through disciplined but easy to follow meditation. 

The retreat will include both sitting and walking meditation, guided by daily instruction and example, and personal interviews with the teacher. This is a silent retreat, suitable for all, regardless whether complete beginners or long-term practitioners.

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 425$ based on selection.

Jul 7th, 3:00 pm to Jul 13th, 11:00 am

This experiential retreat will overview fundamental Buddhist viewpoints and history in the context of Hollow Bones Mondo Zen Koan process. Mondo Zen is a meditation system of koan inquiry based on Japanese and Chinese Zen updated for this century and western culture.

Zen Clarity

Jul 7th, 3:00 pm to Jul 13th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on July 7th

Living a conscious life is not an accidental or magical process. It is a material and spiritual art form that requires the observation and application of a scientist and the focus and steadiness of a martial artist. It requires a heart willing to open and embrace kind acceptance toward both self and other. We consciously cultivate an awakened ego function able guide our thoughts, feelings, and emotions toward our deepest intentions within the flow of Tathagatagharba, this inherent transcendental essence. We do this through identifying our innate Pure Awareness and the objects that capture our attention. With these simple injunctions we can learn to find freedom in a moment to choose our responses to self and other that are conducive to well being personally and in relationship.

This experiential retreat will overview fundamental Buddhist viewpoints and history in the context of Hollow Bones Mondo Zen Koan process. Mondo Zen is a meditation system of koan inquiry based on Japanese and Chinese Zen updated for this century and western culture. What is a koan? A koan is a question designed to bring about direct experience of awakened mind. Each of the Mondo Zen koans deconstruct and reconstruct our philosophical orientation so that we might lead a life informed by deep clarity and heartfulness as we meet our self and others in the world.

You will receive direct pointing out instructions for natural mind realization as well as clear and complete meditation instruction which lead to deep calm and life affirming insight. Your individual and group experience will include an exploration of insight, practice, and emotional koans which help us identify and work with arising feelings, emotions and mental states and their enactment. Embodiment practices such as Qi Gong are a part of our daily program.

As your Guide, I look forward to meeting you, sharing in Buddha Dharma, and offering personal interviews. Regardless of your prior experience, rest in beginners mind and a willingness to open into your deep caring and life concerns in the context of this beautiful rustic retreat setting and ocean within walking distance.   

 

Teacher's Program Fee: 168$ +
Food and Accomodations: 300$ to 510$ based on selection.

Jul 14th, 3:00 pm to Jul 22nd, 11:00 am

To become awakened one must establish a basis for calm. Founding the being in virtuous, good, loving conduct, is what produces calmness.

This retreat is taught by Lama Gerry and Lama Shannon

Meditation on the Paramis

Jul 14th, 3:00 pm to Jul 22nd, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on July 14th

Venerable Namgyal Rinpoche made his views on the significance of the paramis very clear: “To become awakened one must establish a basis for calm. Founding the being in virtuous, good, loving conduct, is what produces calmness. In fact, developing the Paramis [Transcendental Virtues] is more effective and more powerful than meditation in establishing a state of calm.”

Teachers of both the Theravada system and Tibetan system are instructed not to transmit teachings to beings who are not well established in the virtues of Dana (generosity), Sila (morality), Kshanti (patience), Viriya (wholesome energy), Dhyana (concentration), and Prajna (wisdom). This nine-day silent retreat will be co-taught by Lama Gyrme Dorje (Gerry Kopelow) and Lama Tashi Zangmo Sumangala (Shannon Stein). Suitable for both novice and advanced practitioners, the course is intended to strengthen and accelerate the progress of all ardent practitioners.
 
Gerry Kopelow’s principal teacher was Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche. He established the Dharma Centre of Winnipeg some twenty years ago on Rinpoche’s direction. 

 
Shannon Stein was introduced to the Dharma by Lama Gerry, her principal teacher. She is now a Lama in the Namgyal Lineage of the Karma Kaygu School of Tibetan Buddhism with a particular interest in Theravadin practice. She teaches regularly at the Dharma Centre of Winnipeg. Shannon has a Masters degree in Social Work and has been providing individual, marital and family therapy for thirty years.  

 

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teachers

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accommodations: 400$ to 680$ based on selection.

Jul 25th, 3:00 pm to Jul 30th, 11:00 am

This wonderful retreat, in the sublime Sikh Yoga Tradition, will explore self-healing yogic techniques and meditation practices that awaken the consciousness and the rejuvenating potential of the individual.

Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to Awaken the Heart (Aug)

Jul 25th, 3:00 pm to Jul 30th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on July 25th

With daily practice of powerful Kundalini Yoga Kriyas, Meditations, Mantras, and Pranayama (breathwork) as taught by Yogi Bhajan, the emphasis is on opening the heart and awakening the consciousness within. Including many practical teachings and tips for living a wholesome, healthy, and happy lifestyle in this new Age of Aquarius, this retreat is beneficial for both beginners and advanced students of meditation and yoga. Optional early-morning Sadhana practice will also be offered. 

This is a rare opportunity to immerse yourself into the transformative lifestyle of Kundalini Yoga. These retreats have indeed become life-changing events for many participants. Please consider taking the time this summer to renew your spirit, rejuvenate your mind and body, and create a sacred group consciousness with like-minded yogis in the peaceful and natural setting of the Hermitage forest. Led by Devmurti and Hari Amrit Khalsa, KRI-certified Kundalini Yoga Instructors, who have taught for over 30 years. They have had the good fortune to live with and study directly with the great Yoga master, Yogi Bhajan, for over 25 years.

This is not a silent retreat * Teachings / Yoga / Breath-work/Meditation * It is suggested you bring yoga mats * Therapeutic massage available by appointment

 

Teacher's Program Fee: 300$
Food and Accomodations: 250$ to 400$ based on selection.

 

Aug 4th, 3:00 pm to Aug 13th, 11:00 am

This silent meditation retreat will focus on practices that help liberate the peace, joy and kindness of the Awake mind. We will explore the nature of emptiness, or sunyata, which underlies our realization of compassion and wisdom.

Awakening the mind of compassion and wisdom

Aug 4th, 3:00 pm to Aug 13th, 11:00 am

As so many appreciative students know from direct experience, Dr. Cheryl is a highly regarded Dharma teacher who has been teaching at the Hermitage for many years now. In this retreat she asks the question – “Why meditate?” Many beings come to the study of Dharma (teachings of Buddhist philosophy) and the practice of meditation to change something. Perhaps you are drawn to Buddhism because you want more calm, less distraction, more happiness, less pain and suffering. Yet according to the Buddha, we do not need to "get" anything. Rather, we simply need to uncover the clear, calm, loving, luminous mind that shines underneath the clouds of our confusion. The Awake, Compassionate mind is available at all times. This silent meditation retreat will focus on practices that help liberate the peace, joy and kindness of the Awake mind. We will explore the nature of emptiness, or sunyata, which underlies our realization of compassion and wisdom. This retreat will also focus on assisting students to build strength, or merit, through the exploration of the 6 Perfections (Parami)- Generosity, Integrity, Patience, Diligence, Concentration, and Insight.

This silent retreat will include sitting and walking meditation, focusing on the practices of Samantha (calm abiding), Vipassana (insight), and Mahamudra (open awareness) meditation. Some practices will utilize guided visualization. There will be yoga classes offered (moving meditation in the form of yoga is an excellent support for the sitting meditation practice). There will be Daily Dharma talks and interviews with the teacher. Suitable for both experienced and novice students. 

 

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teacher

Teacher's Program Fee: Dana – the teachings are offered by donation only. It is hoped that people will give generously.

Food and Accomodations: 450$ to 765$ based on selection.

Aug 18th, 3:00 pm to Aug 24th, 11:00 am

This special 5 day chamber music retreat with the Borealis String Quartet will include intensive daily coaching, masterclasses, and open rehearsals all set in a beautiful natural environment.

Chamber Music Retreat

Aug 18th, 3:00 pm to Aug 24th, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on Aug 18th

This special 5 day chamber music retreat with the Borealis String Quartet will include intensive daily coaching, masterclasses, and open rehearsals all set in a beautiful natural environment. The daily schedule will include two intensive coaching sessions with individual members of the Borealis String Quartet, open masterclasses and individual rehearsal time for all chamber ensembles. 

Informal Q&A sessions on various topics such as rehearsal technique, music interpretation and communication skills will supplement the experience. 

Intended to provide a more in-depth and intensive chamber music setting, this retreat is limited to only four quartets and open to all string players: amateur, pre-professional and professional.

 

 

Aug 25th, 3:00 pm to Aug 31st, 11:00 am

Inspired by nature and informed by ancient wisdom teachings and contemporary spiritual psychology, this retreat supports you to reconnect with your depth, essential joy, and happiness. Combining sitting & walking meditation, self- inquiry exercises, the luminous essence of poetry, and the embodiment practices of both yin and yang yoga, participants learn to inhabit and celebrate their intrinsic well-being.

Coming Home: Remembering Your Holy Depths

Aug 25th, 3:00 pm to Aug 31st, 11:00 am

Arrival after 3pm on Aug 25th

When we retreat from the pace and intensity of daily life, we create space to remember our deepest longings. We rekindle our hopes and aspirations. We animate our spirits and find the softness in our souls.

Inspired by nature and informed by ancient wisdom teachings and contemporary spiritual psychology, this retreat supports you to reconnect with your depth, essential joy, and happiness. Combining sitting & walking meditation, self- inquiry exercises, the luminous essence of poetry, and the embodiment practices of both yin and yang yoga, participants learn to inhabit and celebrate their intrinsic well-being.  Practicing social silence and reciprocity within community and nature further expand the concepts and experience of enduring connection and radical self-care.  

Come. Be held in the lap of Mother Earth, stirred by poetry, nourished by the practices and teachings and enlivened by the thrum of your own soul.

Silent retreat / Meditation teachings / Private Interviews with the Teacher / Daily Yoga (please bring a yoga mat) 

Teacher's Program Fee: 250$ +

Food and Accomodations: 300$ to 510$ based on selecti