Nondual Retreat: Coming Home
with Kathleen and Jeanne
May 19-22, 2017
There is no practice that brings This, nothing that takes It away, and yet... somehow we are called... this ever-present, changleless light calling Itself home.
During this predominantly silent 3-day retreat the myriad of practices from the nondual Tantric tradition will be engaged, including quiet sitting, body and breath sensing, iRest® yoga nidra, inquiry dyads, chant as well as outdoor practices from the Vijnana Bhairava.
Four gatherings in community per day are interspersed with free time for contemplation and integration as we experience the multi-dimensional exploration of the aspects of Being. The gift of silence allows true listening to emerge. Each day dialogues deepen the understanding that is uncovered as the retreat progresses.
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Retreat Location: Nazareth Retreat Center, 4450 N. Five Mile Road, Boise, Idaho
The Retreat Center is located on fifteen acres in the Treasure Valley, on the western boundary of the city of Boise. The rolling lawns, ample walkways, natural environment, pond, rosary/rose garden and view of the mountains all contribute to its peaceful, serene and welcoming atmosphere. The Nazareth Retreat Center is 20 minutes from the Boise Airport.
This 3-day silent retreat begins with dinner on Friday, May 19 and ends with lunch on Monday, May 22. The $570 ($645 after March 21) cost includes 3 nights double accommodation and 9 vegetarian meals. Single upgrades are available for an additional $130.
6:00-7:00am Personal Practice (optional)
7:00-8:00am Breath Sensing and Quiet Sitting
9:30am to noon Body Sensing and Yoga Nidra
3:00-5:30pm Dyads and Discussion
7:00pm Kirtan, Poetry and Quiet Sitting
Retreat size: This retreat is limited to 28 people.
CEU’s: The 3-day retreat provides yoga teachers who are members of Yoga Alliance with 21 contact hours.
Confirmation, directions and a packing list will be sent via email once your registration has been received.
Information and registration:
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Information and registration: Jeanne Dillion 208-345-7113 or email@example.com
3-day retreat with double occupancy, private bath and vegetarian meals for $570 ($645 after March 21).
Single occupancy upgrade $700 ($775 after March 21).
Watch short video of spring sensory cornucopia at the Nazareth Center pond. Turn up the volume!
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about pathless yoga
Profoundly influenced by the non-dual teachings of Jean Klein as offered through Joan Ruvinsky and Éric Baret, Kathleen Knipp shares her love of Pathless Yoga body and breath sensing, thetexts of Kashmir Shaivism and iRest® Yoga Nidra in Montreal and elsewhere in Canada and in the US. Having assisted in the development of the iRest® Yoga Nidra teacher training curriculum under the direction of Richard Miller, PhD, she acts as a supervisor for its certification candidates and maintains a private practice offering dyadic yoga nidra.
A former resident of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, an E-RYT500 yoga teacher and co-founder and former director of Global Yoga Journeys, Kathleen has been fully absorbed in the study and practice of yoga for the past 20 years. She pursues her bliss
by chanting, hiking and back-packing, preferring wandering in the woods and exploring
the meditations from the Vijñâna Bhairava over most sorts of formal practice. www.pathlessyoga.com/kk
Jeanne Dillion is a Yoga Therapist and the Director of Yoga for Wellness, LLC. Jeanne’s yoga studies have been influenced most deeply by Joan Ruvinsky as well as many renowned teachers including Richard Miller, T.K.V. Desikachar and Gary Kraftsow. She is passionate about teaching yoga and meditation. Jeanne finds deep joy inspiring others to find health, healing and enhanced wellbeing. Her teaching style is gentle and accessible. She loves living in Boise with her husband, Lee, and spending time in nature playing with their many grandchildren. www.yogaforwellnesspro.com
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