The Ripening of Summer

A Solstice Yoga and Acupuncture Workshop

Offered in the yurt*

Wednesday June 19th6-8pm

$40

As we approach summer’s peak, we will share a practice to tend summer’s peak in us. In Chinese Medicine, the season of summer is correlated with the fire of the Heart. The Heart is considered “the sovereign” in us, and our presence and animation stem from it being an empty space for life to dance through. Our yoga practice will include asana, pranayama and meditation, informed by Katonah Yoga material to support levity, containment and well being in the summer time. The practice will be followed by an optional seasonal acupuncture treatment while resting in restorative poses. This treatment will include acupuncture points on our fire meridians that bring balance to the element of fire in our bodies and nourish our steady, inner joy and relational presence.

Space is extremely limited, so you must RSVP to secure a spot. Address and additional information will be provided upon RSVP. To secure your spot or for questions, please email anjuligeorge@gmail.com.
*Our yurt gets warm in the summer time! We will have fans to circulate the air, but please dress so that you will be comfortable with the weather that day brings our way.

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The Heart of Winter 

Yoga, Meditation, and Seasonal Self-Care Mini Retreat

Offered in the yurt*: 

Saturday February 2nd 3pm-6pm $44

or**

Sunday February 10th 3-6pm $44

In the depths of winter, we will gather to nourish the hearth of our hearts, honor the silence of winter, and cultivate our rooting systems before we arrive in the emergence and quickening of springtime. In Chinese Medicine the season of winter is reflected by the energy of our Kidneys, which house our deepest and most potent life force. The Kidneys hold our capacity for safety, willpower, longevity, and gentleness. This mini retreat will include asana, pranayama, meditation, as well as seasonal aromatherapy and self-care practices. Please bring your favorite tea mug, fuzzy socks, and a journal and pen the write/draw with.

Space is extremely limited, so you must RSVP to secure a spot. Address and additional information will be provided upon RSVP. To secure your spot or for questions, please email anjuligeorge@gmail.com .

*Thankfully, our yurt has heating, so unless the weather is extraordinary, we should be comfy and cozy out there!
**Because space is limited in the yurt, I have decided to offer this retreat at two separate times, so folks can choose a time that works best for their weekend schedule.

The Rise of Spring

Yoga, Meditation, and Seasonal Self-Care Mini Retreat

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Offered in the yurt*: 

Saturday April 28th 10:30am-1pm $40

or**

Sunday April 29th 10:30am-1pm $40

In the emergence of spring, we will gather to harness the momentum of possibility, inherent in this powerful season of wind and change. In Chinese Medicine, the season of spring is associated with the energy of Liver, reflected in the element of Wood. The Liver is seen as the General of the army, in charge of holding the vision, and the flow of how we get there. The Liver is responsible for our literal and metaphorical dreaming, our capacity to envision a reality other than the one we are currently experiencing. Our practices will be designed to house and support healthy Liver function, to allow the Rise of Spring to manifest in our bodies, minds, and spirits. This mini retreat will include asana, pranayama, meditation, as well as seasonal aromatherapy and self-care practices. Please bring your a journal and something to write/draw with.

Space is extremely limited, so you must RSVP to secure a spot. Address and additional information will be provided upon RSVP. To secure your spot or for questions, please email anjuligeorge@gmail.com .

*Thankfully, our yurt has heating, so unless the weather is extraordinary, we should be comfy and cozy out there!
**Because space is limited in the yurt, I have decided to offer this retreat at two separate times, so folks can choose a time that works best for their weekend schedule.

 

 

 

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