To the sanctuary of the Heart

a mid-summer yoga retreat in the Eastern Townships

 

August 24 to 27, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

The yoga tradition explains the heart as being the centermost part of everything from which everything emerges and to which everything dissolves.It is the source of all knowledge and truth.It is the fountain of discernment, courage and love.It is serene and yet intense, mysterious and compelling.

 
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This retreat is meant to give us the time and distance from daily activities and teachings to allow ourselves the deep consideration of this innermost sanctum, what is real, what is true, what is important.Through beautiful and effective yoga practices enter and dwell in that beckoning Sanctuary called the Heart.

 
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Program

August 24 –27 2017
Centre Tara at Bonsecours

  • asana – yoga postures

  • Pranayama–breathing techniques

  • Mantra –Sanskrit sounds, wordsor phrases

  • Dhyāna–meditation

  • Mauna–silence

  • Study – Contemplation

 

Accommodation & Rates

Price per person(all taxes included):

Dorm: 400$
Double occupancy (shared bathroom): 435$
Double occupancy (private bathroom): 450$

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

3 nights of accommodation
9 delicious vegetarian meals
All yoga practices


CANCELLATION POLICY

If you cancel before August 10, 2017, you will be reimbursed the amount minus the non-refundable deposit of $50.

If you cancel after August 10, 2017, you are responsible to pay the full amount for your registration fees to Centre Yoga Aylmer. However, you can transfer your reservation to another person who has not yet registered for this retreat.

 
 

Prepare for your retreat

To make the most out of your retreat time, we recommend some preparation at the home front.

  • Take care of any loose ends at work or at home that you think could distract you from being fully present for the duration of the retreat.
  • Explain to the people who you are leaving behind that you are taking these days to be on your own and that you will not be in communication.
  • Leave people at home with Eliot’s cell phone number: 819-923-7077 and Centre Tara’s coordinates (see here) so they know how to reach you in case of an emergency.
  • Put automatic replies on your email accounts. 
  • Make a commitment with yourself to honor this precious time.