• May 3–8, 2020
  • Sunday-Friday: 5 nights

Ayurveda, Mindfulness, and Spring Rewilding

This program—developed and led by our own faculty with the Kripalu methodology in mind—is offered exclusively at Kripalu.

Shake off the sleep of winter and ring in the spring in a retreat presented by the Kripalu Schools. Cultivate a renewed relationship with the awakening earth, take time for yourself, and connect with a community of new friends after a long winter of hibernation as you

  • Rewild your life while foraging for spring edibles on the Kripalu land
  • Learn to prepare an Ayurvedic spring menu
  • Engage your senses in mindful outdoor experiences and meditations on the earth
  • Discover revitalizing Ayurvedic self-care practices for spring
  • Reset your creative intentions with projects to express your deepest longings
  • Experience yoga flows to reinvigorate and enliven your physical body while uplifting your spirit.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Nature and the Outdoors


Micah Mortali, Director of Outdoor Education and Programming and longtime Kripalu Yoga teacher, is the Dean and Founder of the Kripalu School of Mindful Outdoor Leadership and author of Rewilding.

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Erin Casperson is the Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, an Ayurvedic Health Counselor, and a 500-hour Kripalu Yoga teacher.

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