Annual Fall Retreat

Annual Fall Yoga Retreat
with Certified Anusara yoga teacher Julia
Oct 24-27 (Thursday-Sunday)
at Heathen Hill Retreat Center


Drishti- the Vision of Yoga
Drishti is often translated as yogic gaze. We will root the power of our eyesight to its source in our asana and meditation practice, cleansing the gateway of our most dominant sense. As with all practices, there is great potency in cultivating its subtlety to deepen our understanding of the wisdom of Yoga. Practicing such refinement and focus we shed misconceptions and thin the veils that limit our everyday awareness.    Ultimately, our Vision shifts–  when our experiences continue to reveal our greater truths, our connection to our Self and the world is fortified and expanded. This intention will be our focus for the retreat weekend.

The daily schedule includes asana, meditation, chanting, imbibing the wisdom of the Yoga teachings and will be supported by delicious meals, our collective intention and the natural beauty of the retreat setting.

There will also be ample time for rest, personal contemplation and time to enjoy the beautiful grounds of the retreat center.

The retreat will be held at Heathen Hill Retreat Center, a well established retreat center in the Western Catskills– with an ideal space for yoga and cozy bedrooms, it’s a perfect place to further develop one’s vision.


Retreat Package includes:
5 active, opening yoga classes
3 (mostly) vegetarian meals a day
Sleeping accommodations

Arrive Thursday afternoon/evening (some will come after work)
Head home Sunday early afternoon
(we will carpool and share rides to and from the retreat center)

For more information email


Per person cost:
$785 pp for a double
$960 pp for a double private bath (only one of these available!)

$1060 for a single
$1235 for a single with private bath (only one of these available!)

Make your $200 deposit soon in order to reserve your spot!
Room assignments are first come first serve.
To register email


There is a space for YOU.  Join us!


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