A Retreat Intro and Closing - Bookend your Yoga Retreat experience with inspiring talks by Yoga Retreats of Sedona Founder, Dawn Walter.

Breath Work – Breath work refers to breathing exercises or techniques to improve mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. During breath work you intentionally change your breathing pattern.

Breath Work II - There are many forms of breathwork therapy that involve breathing in a conscious and systematic way. Many people find breathwork promotes deep relaxation or leaves them feeling energized.

Essential Oils Class – More and more people are turning to more natural & holistic approaches to health. By using natural remedies to heal ourselves we can be free of the worries of unwanted side effects. Learn how and which plant-based essential oils provide the mind and body with numerous health benefits.

Gentle Yoga – Gentle movement and postures designed to reduce stress, increase self-awareness and build strength and balance.

Journaling – There are too many benefits to list when it comes to journaling.  Simply put, expressive writing is a route to healing -- emotionally, physically, and psychologically. Studies have shown that the emotional release from journaling lowers anxiety, stress, and induces better sleep. There's a strong connection between happiness and mindfulness. Journaling brings you into that state of mindfulness; past frustrations and future anxieties lose their edge in the present moment.

Life Coach Workshop – To be Determined

Meditation – Experience benefits of reduced stress, improved awareness, and greater happiness.

Morning Meditation – Guided meditation that transforms by inducing relaxation and healing of the mind, body, and spirit.

Other Yoga – To be Determined

Sound Healing - Sound has been utilized in various cultures for thousands of years as a tool for healing. Whether through the use of mantras as with the Hindis, or other forms, the various techniques all have the same intention: to move us from a place of imbalance to a place of balance.

Trauma Conscious Yoga -  Trauma Conscious Yoga (a.k.a. Yoga for PTSD, or Trauma Informed Yoga) is based on a particular understanding of trauma, one that emphasizes its impact on the entire mind-body system, as opposed to particular mental states (e.g., troubling memories). “Trauma,” author Bessel van der Kolk explains, “is not just an event that took place sometime in the past; it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain, and body.”

Vinyasa Flow I - Vinyasa translates to “flowing with breath” and is a dynamic style of yoga which joins physical postures with breath, creating a steady internal rhythm for the practice.

Vinyasa Flow II – Simple variation from Vinyasa Flow I.

Yoga Philosophy - The main philosophy of yoga is simple: mind, body and spirit are all one and cannot be clearly separated. Yet there is a multitude of philosophical ideas developed by looking into the deeper dimensions of the body, mind and spirit.  This class will dive deeper into the philosophies of yoga.

“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it…Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”