YAMA OFFERS A FULL STOP.
YAMA IS A ONE WEEK IMMERSION INTO THE VAST TEACHINGS AND PRACTICES OF THE SANKHYA YOGA TRADITION.
THE AIM OF THE RETREAT IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE ACQUISITION OF SELF KNOWLEDGE, INCREASED VITAL ENERGY. AND CONNECTION TO CONSCIOUS COMMUNITY.
YAMA IS NOT A YOGA VACATION. IT’S AN EXPERIENCE DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS INTERESTED IN AN INTENSIVE STUDY OF ASANA, PRANAYAMA, MEDITATION, PHILOSOPHY, AND SELF REFLECTION.
YAMA OFFERS A FULL STOP. IT’S A BREAK IN THE RHYTHM AND PATTERNS OF YOUR LIFE AND A CHANCE TO ENGAGE WITH YOURSELF AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL.
THE RETREAT EXPERIENCE WILL BE SUPPORTED BY:
The retreat experience will include:
What is not included:
Triple Shared Suite· $2,300
Double Shared Suite· $2,600
Single Suite· $3,600
Available only once all rooms are filled.
You must also bring all of your own camping gear, linens, and pillow.
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Kevin Courtney began his relationship to movement and connection to nature as a child, surfing in San Clemente, CA. He has dedicated the last two decades to the pursuit of awakening consciousness by focusing on strength, energy cultivation, and mental clarity. After having transplanted to New York City in his mid-twenties and becoming consumed by work in business development and consulting for Fortune 500 companies, Kevin was diagnosed with cancer. This life-altering diagnosis, compounded by witnessing the fall of the twin towers from just a few blocks away, inspired Kevin to make an abrupt choice to shift focus and rediscover his passion and purpose. All signs kept pointing back to his profound love for Yoga and in 2002 he began teaching in New York City. He found inspiration in teachers like Dharma Mittra, Richard Freeman, and Swami Satchidananda and has now dedicated his study through the mentorship and guidance of Nikki Costello, Rod Stryker and a daily personal practice. Kevin is co-creator of The Bridge Practice, a method which merges Yoga and Qi Gong into one powerful class experience. He is also on faculty at the Boston Yoga School, where he teaches philosophy through the art of Raja yoga. In 2013, Kevin founded INSIGHT - a program which awakens the consciousness of business leaders using the art and science of meditation. Kevin facilitates annually at the Bonnaroo Music Festival and has offered at Wanderlust, Envision, and the Burning Man Arts Festival. His work has been featured in Well + Good, Vogue Magazine, VICE, Elephant Journal, and most recently in the new book Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories, Real Transformation. Merging his passion for music and yoga, Kevin is the creator of Nada Sadhana, a music project whose debut album, The Brooklyn Sessions Vol. 1 became one of the most listened to albums in yoga studios across the country. .