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OCT 09 Fall Yoga Retreat with Karen in Blue Ridge, GA

    Reconnect with your Mind, Body & Spirit!
    Join Karen Dorfman for a soulful and fun yoga weekend in the North Georgia Mountains at Heartwood, an intentional community in Blue Ridge. Take this time to reconnect with yourself, unplug, make new friends, rest, move your body, chant, inhale and exhale! The land at Heartwood has been lovingly nurtured and is centered around mindfulness and sustainable practices for living. It’s the perfect place for yoga, meditation, music and connecting with nature. Fall is the most magical time for a blissful getaway in the mountains!
    All levels of yoga practitioners are welcome!
    YOUR INVESTMENT IN YOURSELF (rates are all inclusive):
    2 nights/double occupancy in the 5 bedroom cabin: $365
    2 nights/double occupancy in a 2 bedroom cabin: $390
    2 nights/single occupancy in the 5 bedroom cabin: $415
    2 nights/single occupancy in a 2 bedroom cabin: $465
    Hammock Tent: $300 (only 2 available)

    ***Double occupancy is the sharing of a king size bed, there is one king bed in each room
    2 Nights lodging
    6 Delicious healthy meals
    All yoga classes
    Friday night Meditation and Fire Ceremony
    Saturday night Kirtan with Ian Boccio (of Blue Spirit Wheel) and Jocelyn Rose (of Mantra Ma)
    Free time for hiking, canoeing in the lake, biking, soaking in the hot tub, relaxing on the deck or by the fireplace.
    To reserve your space for this retreat, or if you would like additional information, please contact Karen at:
    **Space is limited to 15 participants.
    Reserve early as this retreat will fill up quickly!
    The classes will include vinyasa flow, restorative yoga and breathwork, the Sunday morning class will be accompanied by live music with Ian Boccio. The classes are appropriate for all levels, Karen’s nurturing guidance allows even beginners to feel welcome!
    Karen teaches vinyasa flow yoga in Atlanta. She has a passion for all things yoga, music and being in nature. She leads a mindful practice, putting students at ease with clear instructions, a light-hearted approach and healing hands. Her intentions around the practice are non-competitive, spiritual and nurturing.
    For more about Karen visit:

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