Mamas, have you noticed that fulfilling roles as caregivers, nurturers, task managers, and emotional sounding boards can sometimes lead to a sense of disconnection from your own identity? Are you craving a solo or girlfriends’ getaway that balances opportunities for relaxation and adventure? Ready to nurture your inner spark?

This spring, step away from cooking, cleaning, and caring for others while you refill your own cup in a beautiful Pocono Mountains setting. In the container of the MamaBliss retreat you will have the time and space to reconnect with your full Self and prioritize your own wellness in the supportive company of fellow mothers. Leave refreshed and ready to incorporate simple, sustainable, self-care practices into your daily life.

Your carefully curated retreat experience:
  • Welcome circle + intention-setting practice
  • Yoga and breathwork sessions (appropriate for all levels, even beginners)
  • Forest bathing guided experience
  • Restorative Yoga Nidra to access deep rest
  • An evening bonfire by Sunset Pond
  • Down time to enjoy a cozy cup of tea, journal, or nap!
Your stay at the Himalayan Institute also includes:
  • Three nourishing Ayurvedic meals per day
  • Option to book massage, bodywork, and other spa treatments or consultations at Pure Rejuv Wellness Center (book your retreat early to ensure appointment availability!)
  • Access to a variety of groomed on-site nature trails for walking, hiking, or just enjoying the breathtaking vistas
  • Free tasting and tour at Moka Origins, HI’s ethically-sourced chocolate and coffee production facility

Your MamaBliss retreat facilitator is Sarah Charlesworth of Surya Moon Yoga, a mother of two, trained and experienced in customizing yoga practices for the full spectrum of motherhood.

“Sarah’s yoga classes have been so therapeutic during my matrescence. She is incredibly knowledgeable and passionate, and her generous spirit consistently provided an uplifting experience. I have genuinely benefited physically, mentally, and emotionally through Sarah’s guidance and the community the space she created. She is approachable and always eager to make sure everybody’s different needs are met and to allow networking around the class attendees to unfold. It’s been such a gift!”


Early bird pricing: Book by February 29 and save $50 on the retreat fee!

Accommodations, starting at $115/night, are booked separately through the Himalayan Institute.