Melting the Ice:
A Zen Yoga and Meditation Retreat
Step into spring on the right foot! It’s a wonderful time of year to allow your life to shift into new territory.
Nourishing vegetarian meals, lush surroundings, Zen yoga, meditation, hot springs, and hiking.
Dates: Friday, February 28 (afternoon) – Sunday, March 1, 2020 (lunch)
Cost: $175 ($150 if registered by 1/20), plus the current Breitenbush rate for lodging and meals for 2 nights. This is all on the registration form.
To Register: There is a wait-list for this retreat. Currently there is one spot available in a men’s dorm. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Melting the Ice Retreat” in the subject line. We’ll send you a registration form and information page with the schedule and other details. You can also call us at 541-543-5049.
Meditation | Yoga | Wellness
Join us for a holistic weekend of Zen yoga, Zen meditation, energy work, and mindful hiking as a way of moving through the end of winter and into spring on the right foot.
As the winter comes to a close the ice begins to melt: not just outside in nature but inside us too. Spring is traditionally seen as a time of new beginnings and offers us an wonderful chance to re-align with who we really are and to develop greater health and success in our relationships, jobs, and spiritual practice. There are many specific practices within the Zen Buddhist tradition that help this melting process along.
This workshop will deeply nourish and rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit.
Suitability: Open to anyone.
“Fun, restoring, a wonderful time. I laughed and stretched and found some silence and peace. A great group of people and a great start to my spring.”
“Gorgeous! Lucky to be intimately in nature. I appreciated the time to hike.”
“I had a great experience – it was great to get a jumpstart to my meditation practice. I liked journaling after, it helped see what’s going on in the old brain and sort of set it free through writing.”
“…a very nice community and very relaxed while developing great skills.”