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Natural History and Yoga Retreat: Practices in Profound Wellness

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Natural History and Yoga Retreat: Practices in Profound Wellness


Natural History and Yoga Retreat: Practices in Profound Wellness at Sedona MAGO Retreat Center, led by Bob Ellis and Julie Munro, on March 21-24, 2019 [Full Moon, Vernal Equinox]

REGISTRATION INFO:

Fee: $950. Registration includes all meals and double occupancy. Single available for additional charge.

To register, or for more information, contact the NHI office at (928) 863-3232 or aW5mbyB8IG5hdHVyYWxoaXN0b3J5aW5zdGl0dXRlICEgb3Jn.

DESCRIPTION & BIOS:

Join the Natural History Institute in the wild, red rock country of Sedona, Arizona, where you can connect with nature, connect with yourself, and develop tools for enhancing your personal well-being. Our health is deeply rooted in nature. Traditional yogic practices can enhance our health and connection to nature. This retreat offers direct experience with both.

We will engage in deepening your understanding of nature, learn a variety of yoga techniques, and combine both to enrich your daily life. The retreat is intended to leave you feeling invigorated, at ease and curious. Please join us for a weekend of activity and wellness conducted in a breathtaking landscape.

Bob Ellis has over thirty years of teaching experience in the Southwest. He is Emeritus Faculty at Prescott College where he taught ecology for twenty years. Bob also has many years of experience implementing education and professional development programs including his current position as Program Director at the Natural History Institute.

Julie Munro is an ERYT-500, registered with the Yoga Alliance. She has over 1000 hours of training and 3000 hours of teaching experience. First certified to teach in 1992 by Sivananda International Yoga, Julie earned her 500 hour certification in 2001 from the American Viniyoga Institute. Her teaching has been influenced by the Anusara and Iyengar traditions. Julie is a faculty member at Prescott College and the department chair for the Adventure Education program.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:

Thursday, March 21
Arrival and settle in
4:00PM - Orientation walk
5:30PM - Dinner
6:30PM - Opening Circle: Greeting the Moon - Greeting Each Other (outdoors, bring headlamp)

Friday, March 22
6:15AM - Sun greeting yoga session
7:00AM - Breakfast
8:30AM - Mogollon Highlands and its biotic communities
10:00AM - Yoga session
12:00PM - lunch
1:30PM - Deep time, natural history, and you
2:30PM - Personal time
4:00PM - Yoga session
5:30PM - Dinner
7:00PM - Thoughts on the practice of Natural History, Yoga, and Mindfulness
8:30PM - Optional moon saunter

Saturday, March 23
7:00AM - Breakfast
8:30AM - Depart for Red Rock Crossing, Buddha Beach, Cathedral Rock
5:30PM - Dinner
7:00PM - Guest Talk
8:30PM - Optional moon saunter

Sunday, March 24
6:15AM - Sun greeting yoga session
7:00AM - Breakfast
8:30AM - Moving into a New Season
11:00AM - Closing Circle

For Information about Sedona MAGO Retreat Center: www.sedonamagoretreat.org

For information about shuttle service from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport to MAGO: www.arizonashuttle.com



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