SEASONAL ATTUNEMENT RETREATS
Each module of the Yoga Sukhavati 300 hr Teacher Training includes an intensive weekend retreat at Seven Arrows. These weekend immersions in Ayurvedic and yogicseasonal self-care practices, meditation and pranayama, seasonal cooking seminars and nourishing recipes provide balance for the body and mind throughout the year. These retreats offer a deeply embodied experience of community, celebration, and nurture our connection to the cyclical rhythms of nature and practice.
Attunement retreats happen at Seven Arrows, nestled between Hartshorne Woods and the Navesink River is an over 100-year-old stately colonial quietly surrounded by acres of singing woodland, an apple orchard, two ponds, rows of peonies and a bountiful garden.
SPRING DETOX RETREATMAY 3–5, 2013
Spring is the time to cleanse out the old and make room for the new. Learn cleansing practices of Ayurveda and hatha yoga (shat karma). Through detoxifying our bodies and minds, we can awaken from Winter's slumber and create a personal Spring within.
SILENT MEDITATION RETREAT
$375 by Sept 15, $425 after
Enjoy the sounds and sights of nature as the 5 senses begin to sharpen under the awareness of silence. We will meditate in short sessions with detailed instruction given on posture. Cultivate your practice with asana that supports meditation and enjoy the quiet of a natural mind. Join us for practices to manifest intention with greater clarity and help balance Vata Dosha, the air element. Morning yoga classes, walking meditation and wonderful organic food are all part of the program.
WINTER WELLNESS RETREATJANUARY 11–13, 2013
As we head into winter our bodies naturally yearn for a time of introspection. Restore yourself through a series of poses designed to soothe the nervous system and calm the mind. Rejuvenate from the inside out. Learn to prepare recipes that strengthen and nurture your body, and thus replenish and nourish the sap of the body and prepare to flourish in the spring to come. Enjoy fires around the clock as you learn practices to balance Kapha dosha, the water element, and enjoy the peacefulness of your loving grounded self.SEVEN ARROWS