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© 2019 Malaika DosRemedios
 

 

PEAK FOLIAGE WEEKEND IN THE HEART OF VERMONT

At the LOTUS MOUNTAIN RETREAT

 4010 Bolton Valley Access Rd, Bolton , VT, 05477 

Join us for the 1st annual weekend retreat to reconnect with all layers of your authentic self


Featuring:
Guided am. and pm. yoga classes 

Massage (booked directly with Massage therapist at extra cost)
Meditation
Yoga nidra
Chanting
Organic and delicious meals
Soothing sound baths
Hiking
and much more...

October

13-15th, 2017

Itinerary

Friday: 

4pm Welcome circle 

5pm Gentle yoga followed by Yoga Nidra

630pm Family-style dinner

 

Saturday:

6:30am Meditation (optional)

7am Yoga

8:45am Breakfast

10am Hike 

12:30 pm Lunch

2pm Group Practice, chanting and mantra meditation

4pm Optional yoga

5:30pm Dinner

7pm Restorative and Sound Bath with singing bowls

Sunday:

6:30am Optional meditation

7am Yoga

8:45am Breakfast

10am Group Ceremony

11am Closing circle, meditation

20% off discount for teachers and teachers in training

Pricing:

Fri-Sun: $350 

Fri/Sat: $200

Sat/Sun: $200

Sat: $175

Our Story

 

 

Malaika and Julia met long ago, roughly in 2004, during college at The University of Vermont at their regularly scheduled kickboxing class. Since then they continued to be woven into the tapestry of one anothers' lives through school, coinciding life-changing events, and perhaps most significantly, yoga. While their formal yoga trainings differ, they meet where they consider the practices to be most meaningful: at the heart of the Self as people living in the world. These yoginis, as best they can, offer teachings that enable people to harness the courage it takes to open their hearts to love, accept all parts of themselves without judgement, and celebrate the inherent beautiful mess of life's journey. They promote moving deeply into the varied sensations, emotions, and questions that being a human brings up while being held in a safe, compassionate, and introspective space. 

 

"The highest form of spiritual practice is Self-observation without judgement"- Swami Kripalu