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WHAT’S NEW? A Sedona Yoga Retreat!

Red Rock Yoga Retreat & Getaway: Sedona, AZ
Mission, Motivation & Mojo
April 27-30th, 2017

If you’re a busy woman yearning for a mojo-reviving getaway that nourishes your soul AND re-ignites your energy – then join Kelly Morgan-Merly, Dawn Hopkins and Sheila Schultz in fabulous Sedona for four glorious days of enlightenment, fun and yoga in the magnificent red rock heart of the Arizona desert.

Imagine yourself soaking up four fabulous days of relaxation, motivation and mindfulness… surrounded by the awe-inspiring natural beauty and renowned healing energies of Sedona AND the positive support and encouragement of a select handful of amazing purpose-driven women just like you.

Feelings of stress and uncertainty disappear, replaced by confidence, centeredness and clarity of vision and purpose. So you can return to your life and work feeling refreshed, re-energized and ready to totally ROCK your mission.

Trip tuition: $1497 USD per person double occupancy – all meals included.

Details for Sedona on Kelly’s Website!

Blessings & love, Sheri

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Movement Medicine – Eco Yoga Retreat: Bali
March 26 – April 2nd, 2017

Bali Spiritual retreat

If you’re a YOGI, dancer or lover of MOVEMENT who wants to experience a DEEPER relationship to the union of BREATH and motion and fall in LOVE again with the FLOW of the BODY, then join Delamay Devi and special guests for this UNFORGETTABLE eco-yoga retreat in beautiful Bali!

We start and end each day gathering together in the yoga shala. Setting intentions, writing, breathing and moving as one. Our morning practices are more dynamic with the intention of energizing and waking up the body and our evening practices are more restorative and meditative with lots of reflection and witnessing the relationship between the body, the mind and the breath.

Along with the daily yoga, movement and meditation practices Delamay will be offering a optional 36 hour Movement Medicine Teacher Training module. This is a experiential exploration into Movement as a Medicinal practice with the theme movement as non verbal language. It is a journey into self-enquiry with a variety of kriyas and movement pathways connected to the Elements, the Vayus and the Chakras plus hands on assists and a choreographed sequence to make your own during the week.

Trip tuition: From $1799 USD per person double occupancy depending on the room you choose – breakfasts included.

Details for Bali on Delamay’s Website!


Reset Your Life – The Ultimate Self-Renewal Retreat: Byron Bay, Australia
February 10-15th, 2017

If you’re a hard-working woman who’s craving time out to rest, relax, be pampered, and gain clarity with your life, then join Julie McDonald on this transformational retreat to hit the reset button to a magnificent new life!

We’ll start off each morning by awakening your senses with the subtle movement practice of Qigong, a gentle Eastern art aimed at gathering life energy while relaxing and strengthening the body. And we’ll finish our morning wakeup with a peaceful, guided meditation, leaving you truly relaxed, centered and ready for the day.

You’ll have the chance to let go of everything that is holding you back from living a heartfelt, soul-centred life. This retreat will give you the space to get clear and discover what you need, what’s important to you, what you want and how to create it. And finally, you will leave feeling deeply relaxed, refreshed and ready to begin the rest of your life – an amazing, authentic life truly worth living!

Trip Tuition: $1690-2490 AUD depending on the room chosen. All meals included.

Details on Julie’s website!



Practices for Nurturing Happiness

Thich Nhat Hanh

Thich Nhat Hanh

We all want to be happy and there are many books and teachers in the world that try to help people be happier. Yet we all continue to suffer.

Therefore, we may think that we’re “doing it wrong.” Somehow we are “failing at happiness.” That isn’t true. Being able to enjoy happiness doesn’t require that we have zero suffering. In fact, the art of happiness is also the art of suffering well. When we learn to acknowledge, embrace, and understand our suffering, we suffer much less. Not only that, but we’re also able to go further and transform our suffering into understanding, compassion, and joy for ourselves and for others.

One of the most difficult things for us to accept is that there is no realm where there’s only happiness and there’s no suffering. This doesn’t mean that we should despair. Suffering can be transformed. As soon as we open our mouth to say “suffering,” we know that the opposite of suffering is already there as well. Where there is suffering, there is happiness.

According to the creation story in the biblical book of Genesis, God said, “Let there be light.” I like to imagine that light replied, saying, “God, I have to wait for my twin brother, darkness, to be with me. I can’t be there without the darkness.” God asked, “Why do you need to wait? Darkness is there.” Light answered, “In that case, then I am also already there.”

If we focus exclusively on pursuing happiness, we may regard suffering as something to be ignored or resisted. We think of it as something that gets in the way of happiness. But the art of happiness is also the art of knowing how to suffer well. If we know how to use our suffering, we can transform it and suffer much less. Knowing how to suffer well is essential to realizing true happiness.

An excerpt from “5 Practices for Nurturing Happiness” by Thich Nhat Hanh. ♥

Blessings & love, Sheri

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