Take time to refresh your practice, and deepen your experience of meditation. This guided silent retreat will give you new techniques and insights- as well as ample opportunity to enjoy longer meditations, time for reflection and the rejuvenating power of silence.

how to deepen your meditation a silent guided retreat, image of woman in deep meditationWhat You Will Experience

  • Pranayama breathing techniques for calming, energizing and balancing body and mind
  • Music and chanting to open the heart and focus energy
  • Techniques to still body and mind, and overcome obstacles to blissful meditation
  • Practices for working with energy and the chakras to vitalize meditation
  • Visualization and Healing practices
  • Yoga asana routines for meditation
  • Group meditations that help you go deeper
  • Tools for bringing meditation into daily life
  • Free time for reflection, hiking, reading, journaling, and longer meditations
  • Nourishing vegetarian meals
  • Inspiring beautiful gardens and natural setting

Sample Schedule

Arrival Day
  • 3-5 pm Check In
5-6:30 pm Hatha Yoga and Meditation
6:30 pm Dinner
  • 7:30 pm Introduction and Orientation
  • Silence Begins after Orientation
Sample Daily Schedule
  • 7-9 am Hatha Yoga and Meditation
  • 8:30-9:30 am Breakfast
  • Morning Class or Free Time
  • Noon Meditation
  • 12:30 pm Lunch
  • Afternoon Free time
4:30-6:30 pm Hatha Yoga and Meditation
6:30 pm Dinner
  • 7:30 pm Free time or Inspirational Evening Program

“This was the best, most worthwhile thing I’ve done for myself in years. It added so much to my daily life, and I can see myself coming back, again and again, to recharge and refocus under some amazing teachers and guidance.” — L.K., Oakland, CA 

This retreat allowed me to deepen my practice of yoga and meditation in a very supportive and loving environment. In all ways – food, activity, and instruction. This was a very blessed experience and peace certainly came and blossomed. — Charmane Morrison, Sacramento, CA

I was surprised by the depth of the teachings and the wisdom of the teachers. — Ramya Param, California 

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