There is something for everyone at the Texas Yoga Retreat Weekend! The retreat features teachers from across Texas who represent many distinct styles of Yoga. Some classes are gentle and restorative; others are rigorous and will push you to your edges, and some are that delicate balance between.
Classes are suitable for all levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced / teacher / aspiring teachers. Do as much or as little yoga as you would like. Take a walk to Friday Mountain, read a book, have yummy vegetarian food, sit in the gorgeous and peaceful Temple, visit the peach and flower orchards, commune with peacocks, make new, like-minded friends.
Immerse yourself in a fun, relaxing weekend of yoga and ashram living with yoga enthusiasts from across Texas. Discover a community of like-minded students and teachers who wish to strengthen their connection with one another and share ideas, information and inspiration from all styles and schools of yoga. Join us in celebrating the rich diversity of yoga in our state as we lay the foundations for creating a strong and vibrant yoga community throughout Texas and across the globe.
Last years Poster (above) was designed by yoga teacher, Geoff O'Meara. If you would like a copy of this poster (12x18) to display you can either download and print a pdf version, or else email Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know how many posters, and/or postcards, and your mailing address.
Check out the cool videos from previous retreats!
The retreat is held at the Ancient Yoga Center, located on the grounds of Radha Madhav Dham, a beautiful ashram and retreat facility located in the Austin Hill Country. The retreat features teachers from all across Texas who represent many distinct styles of Yoga. Classes are suitable for all levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced / teacher / aspiring teachers. Classes begin 2 pm on Friday afternoon, and continue through 4 pm on Sunday. In addition to classes, you will enjoy quality vegetarian food, discussions, friendships, beauty, massage, accupuncture, kindred spirits, hiking, laughter, music, healing, and peacocks.
Overview of the Texas Yoga Retreat Experience!
As with the previous Texas Yoga Retreats, our focus remains on building community. We hope you will see this as an opportunity not only to study with great yoga teachers from a variety of traditions, but also as an opportunity to make new connections and friendships, and strengthen and renew old ones.
Yoga Alliance CEU's (continuing education credits) are available for Yoga Teachers who attend the retreat. If you know of other yoga enthusiasts that might resonate with our vision... "to create a strong and caring yoga community, to honor diversity, and to nurture the integrity and principles of yoga" please consider inviting them to join you on this retreat. It is through individual relationships that community is built and as we increase and improve the quality of our individual relationships, we strengthen and improve the quality of the yoga community as a whole. See article in Rare Magazine about Texas Yoga and LYP!
Interested in Yoga Teacher Training?
In addition to organizing the Texas Yoga Retreat, Charles MacInerney and Ellen B. Smith also offer teacher training and certification through the Living Yoga Program. Intensive trainings are held several times a year.
* July 15-24, 2016 (Module 1: Foundations Intensive)
* October 19-20, 2016 (Module 2: Yoga Anatomy)
* October 21-23, 2016 (Module 3: The Texas Yoga Retreat)
* October 24-26, 2016 (Modules 4: Deepening Intensive)
Find our more about our Living Yoga Teacher Training Program.
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