Cultivating a grateful heart is the centerpiece of a spiritual practice. We hear so often the importance of having a gratitude practice, but what does it mean and how can you find something that works for you? How do you get past the big three (I’m grateful for my health, my family, and friends) and go deeper? How can you also find the grace and gratitude in the moments of life that are perhaps a bit more challenging? Surrendering to the great mystery of life gives us an opportunity to open to the grace that is all around us. Beautifully timed in the season of Thanksgiving, you’ll learn to cultivate two important aspects of gratitude — both giving and receiving.

Join Yoga Home co-founders Maura Manzo and Kerri Hanlon for a deeply nourishing weekend designed to bring you into greater balance, with yourself and with the world around you. Yoga practices and time in nature will be both rejuvenating and restorative, leaving you feeling grounded, clear, and refreshed.

This Weekend Includes:
  • 4 yoga practices and daily meditation – slow flow, gentle and restorative (appropriate for all levels, even beginners)
  • Nature walk/hiking and bonfire on the beautiful grounds of the Himalayan Institute
  • All meals, healthy & vegetarian
  • Down time for whatever your heart and soul needs
  • Additional healing arts services optional
Registration and Accommodations:
  • Program Registration is booked directly through Yoga Home Register Now
  • Accommodations are booked directly through the Himalayan Institute Book a Room
  • October 26-28, 2017: Check-In 4pm (program starts 6pm), Check-out 2pm
  • Early Bird – Save $50 by registering for retreat by August 31. (You can make your reservations at the Himalayan Institute at a later date.)