Well Being Retreat Center - Event
Join us on a retreat to discover your connection to the divine self, where trust, safety, and connection to the body reside. During this retreat, you will have the space to let go of physical and emotional blocks of shame, guilt, fear, or doubt that are getting in the way of your authentic radiance.
We will be using deep relaxation techniques that release limiting or unhealthy subconscious beliefs including Yoga Nidra. Throughout the weekend, guided gentle & restorative yoga and meditation practices will help you to connect to a more blissful state of full-body awareness and pave the way to rediscovering true self-love inside yourself.
Restorative Yoga and Meditation Retreat
September 6-8, 2024
In this retreat you will...
Learn to connect with your body, the chakras, and the creative energies of the universe to feel more joy, empowerment, pleasure, and bliss
Explore practices that are meant to release feelings of shame, stress, or overwhelm
Learn tools to self-regulate the nervous system and how to access the parts of the brain linked to compassion, empathy, and mindfulness
"Tap into the power of your heart as a space of unconditional love and body appreciation"
About D'lene Reeves
D’lene began her studies in meditation in 1988 while working in the Burn Trauma Unit at the University of Tennessee Hospital as a Physical Therapy Assistant. Several of her cancer patients introduced her to the Silva Method, using the mind as a healer. When she learned that one patient had actually reported putting their cancer in remission 3 times over a 15 year time span using only diet and the Silva Method of meditation all before 1988, refusing Chemotherapy or Radiation, this unleashed her passion for studying meditation.
She obtained her Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and Educational Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1992 and began teaching relaxation techniques to individuals and in groups and continued her studies in different meditation techniques. She moved to Chicago in 1994, as she was working as a Community Therapist with gangs on a federal grant for wrap around services, and there she was introduced to/studied/and then taught the two meditation technique categories of either Focused Attention Meditation or Open Monitoring Meditation. Over the past 20 years, she has continued her love of teaching meditation and has taught a multitude of techniques including Guided Visualization, Zazen, Loving Kindness Meditation, Chakra Meditation, Kundalini Meditation, Sound Meditation, Mantra Meditation, Mindfulness Meditation, some types of Taoist Meditation, and Effortless Presence Meditation.
Now that hard science has caught up and proven over the last several years that meditation has many health benefits including actually increasing gray matter, changing our cells at the genetic level, lowering blood pressure, pain management, increased immunity, and increasing emotional balance, she intends to keep discovering and teaching. She believes what Sandy C. Newbigging has said, “the main way to do meditation wrong is to try to do it right”.
D'lene has completed her RYT teacher training hours and is certified to teach yoga and meditation.
About Jessica Mishu
After graduating from university in 2009, Jess decided to pursue her love of travel, life and spirituality while studying yoga practices around the world. In Kerala, India, Jessica earned her 200-hour yoga certification from the Tulasidalam School of Yoga. Her training emphasized and taught her the importance of meditation and Pranayama as integral components to yogic practice. As a result, her yoga classes host a variety of teaching elements and established sequences which highlight detoxification of the body and the mind in order to achieve higher consciousness. Inspired by her studies in India, she then pursued her 500-hour training certification at Ishta Yoga in New York City under the guidance of Alan Finger. After practicing her skills as an instructor and yogic retreat organizer in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, Jessica returned to further her education in therapeutics at Integrated Yoga Therapy at Kripalu in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, where yoga is uniquely tailored to each individual and their experience.
Jessica has lived on six continents in order to experience and explore life from every angle. From the ashrams of India washing her clothes in a bucket, to living in a shipping container in Costa Rica, and life on a vineyard in Tuscany, Jessica has a deep thirst for travel, adventure, and life. Jessica has practiced and studied yoga throughout India, England, Spain, Singapore, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
About the Retreat
The retreat will begin with check-in after 4 pm on Friday September 6th and end after lunch around 2 pm on Sunday September 8rd, 2024.
Meals will be non-vegetarian with a vegetarian option at each meal, The meals will be almost entirely gluten-free with lots of freshly prepared and mostly organic ingredients.
The Cabins (but not the Cabinettes) have kitchenettes which include fridge and microwave and a counter-top range, if you have special food needs to allow you to prepare your own supplemental food.
Sessions may be in the Main Conference Building or at the Powell River Pavilion.
Register directly with Well Being Retreat Center for tuition, accommodations, meals, lodging, and all applicable fees at the rates shown below. Detailed Well Being Retreat Center accomodation policies can be viewed HERE.
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Tel: 423-626-9000; Text: 408-510-0660
Or contact Jessica at Blue Ridge Yoga, 865-288-3562 if you have any questions about the program.
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