Pathless Yoga offers nondual yoga retreats with Joan Ruvinsky in Montreal and other Canadian and US cities.
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Nondual Retreat with Joan Ruvinsky
Tampa, Florida
January 13-17, 2011

Absorbed in the essential, yet fully participating in sensing, acting and responding, Consciousness unfolds through us, in us, and as us, dissolving the apparent separation that the body/mind suggests.

Pathless Yoga - Nondual Retreats with Joan RuvinskyUsing a myriad of practices from the tantric yoga tradition including pranayama, quiet sitting, body sensing, chant, yoga nidra and inquiry dyads, a multi-dimensional exploration of the aspects of Being is experienced. Four gatherings in community per day are interspersed with free time for contemplation and integration. The gift of silence allows true listening to emerge. Each day dialogues deepen the understanding uncovered as the retreat progresses.

Paradoxically, this predominantly silent retreat fulfills one of the requirements for the Integrative Restoration Institute iRest® Yoga Nidra Teacher Certification.


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Retreat Location: Franciscan Center, 3010 N Perry Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33603

The Franciscan Center is located on the Hillsborough River on eight acres of land. Staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, NY, the Center offers a welcoming atmosphere of quiet and peace. The building has central air conditioning, heat and ceiling fans in each room. The Center is a 20 minute taxi ride from the Tampa International Airport.
(find discount airfares)

This 4-day silent retreat begins with dinner on January 13 and ends with lunch on January 17. The $690 cost includes 4 nights double accommodation and 12 vegetarian meals. Single upgrades are available for $200.

Sample Schedule:
6:30 to 7:30am     Personal Practice (optional)
7:30-8:30am         Pranayama and Quiet Sitting
8:30am                 Breakfast
10am to 12:30      Bodysensing and Yoga Nidra
12:30                    Lunch
3:30-6:00pm         Dyads and Discussion
6:00 pm                Dinner
7:30-9:15pm         Kirtan and Quiet Sitting

Retreat size: This retreat is limited to 25 people.

CEU’s: The 4-day retreat provides yoga teachers who are members of Yoga Alliance with 30 contact hours.

Confirmation, directions and a packing list will be sent via email once your registration has been received.

Information and registration:
download the registration form
download the retreat flyer
Emily Hain 321-806-4507 or bcp2grace@gmail.com
4-day retreat for $690 including housing and vegetarian meals

Upcoming Retreat: Boise, Idaho May 6-9, 2011, Highland Mills, New York — July 27-31, 2011


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Pathless Yoga - Nondual Retreats with Joan RuvinskyIn 1989, after 13 years of attempts at path-finding, Joan Ruvinsky met Jean Klein, who, having never taken himself to be a teacher, eliminated the need to be a student, to have a path, a method or a goal. At home in these nondual wisdom teachings, Joan shares body sensing yoga, conversation and presence at her center Pathless Yoga-La voie sans voie in Montreal and at retreats and workshops in other states and provinces. She has kept close fellowship with Richard Miller and Éric Baret since their days together with Jean Klein.

Joan has the regular approbations from Integral Yoga, Integrative Yoga Therapy and Yoga Alliance E-RYT500. She offers seminars on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, iRest® Yoga Nidra, and is a member of the Council of Stewards of the Center of Timeless Being.


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