Fall Yoga and Meditation Day Retreat with Lynne Jacobs Saturday, October 10, 2020
10:00 - 4:30
Join Lynne this fall for a morning of active yoga followed by a gentle therapeutic somatic movement and restorative yoga practice in the afternoon. Our day together will also include guided meditation and relaxation along with poetry and inspirational talks that will nourish and replenish your soul. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Rising Fawn Gardens, students will also have the opportunity to walk the gardens, roam the hiking trails and sit by the creek during our extended lunch break.
~ Yoga and meditation experience is helpful, but not necessary for this retreat. New students to yoga and or meditation are welcome!
~Please bring your lunch. Hot tea and water will be provided.
~Please bring your own mat. All other props will be provided.
*Considerations for this retreat concerning the COVID 19 pandemic. To ensure social distancing in the practice room and common areas, this retreat is limited to a small group of only 10 students. This retreat normally holds around 25 students. Reducing the number down to only 10 provides ample space between mats and safe social distancing in the common areas. Masks will be required in the entrance area and restrooms at the Yoga House. Masks will not be required in the large practice space. Also, one wall of floor to ceiling glass doors can be opened in the practice room, if weather allows, for additional fresh air. In the event that conditions are not safe to gather in October, full refunds will be given. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Lynne at 706-767-0885.
Lynne Jacobs, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500
Lynne is gifted in her ability to meet students where they are and make yoga accessible to everyone. She works with a wide range of students from all ages and abilities in a thriving private yoga therapy practice and group classes. Knowing that students come to yoga in different phases of life, Lynne encourages students to listen to their own body, adapt the postures to their unique body, play with their limits without exceeding them, and have compassionate self-observation. Her teachings integrate mindfulness, meditation, and sensory awareness enabling students to find a greater understanding and awareness of themselves both on and off the mat.
Rising Fawn Gardens has a no refund policy. If extenuating circumstances prevent you from being present, please contact us in advance of the event so that another participant can be provided the opportunity to attend.
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