• October 6–8, 2017
  • Friday–Sunday: 2 nights

Yoga Retreat for Women of Color Lighten Up and Let Go

When we choose to live fully, love deeply, and honor ourselves, we are taking steps to lighten up and let go. It all begins with a change in consciousness about who we are, what is happening in our lives, and what we truly want. We start by understanding, honoring, respecting, and loving ourselves right now.

This program includes yoga practice, meditation, learning to breathe and release tension, and an exploration in the art of relaxation, all with the support of a community of women. We’ll dance, speak, share, listen to each other, and play as we practice yogic methods for taking life less seriously, and discover how yoga philosophy can help us look at life straight on.

Magical things can happen when you learn to lighten up and let go.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
All Self-Discovery and Psychology
Schedule
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Presenter(s)

Maya Breuer, E-RYT 500, yoga instructor, author, community activist, and consultant, is president and cofounder of the Black Yoga Teachers Alliance.

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Crystal McCreary is a yoga teacher committed to creating safe spaces for people of color to heal, learn, and build resilience.

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Marla Teyolia, MS, RYT, is a transformational leadership coach on a mission to empower women of color to live well on purpose.

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Laura Gorriaran-Goodwin, certified professional life coach, ACSM-certified exercise physiologist, and wellness coach, owns and operates EmpowerRI in Cranston, Rhode Island.

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Sunu P. Chandy, the daughter of immigrants from Kerala, India, has performed poems and led creative writing workshops for the past 20 years.

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Satta Jallah is a certified yoga instructor and doula who empowers women to reclaim their health through yoga, dance, energy therapy, and natural beauty education.

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