Saturday January 25th, 2020 / 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

“Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand – and melting like a snowflake.
-Sir Francis Bacon

Start the year with intention at the New Year’s Day retreat!

Join us for a morning filled with:

  • Yoga
  • Discovery
  • Reflection

Retreat leader Mary Kluz will guide you through yoga practice and mindfulness activities which will help you create a clearer vision of the year you would like to create in 2020.

Take time to recognize past victories and challenges, take stock of where you are now and set your sights on what can be.

From previous retreat participants:

 “The New Year’s retreat gave me a sense of calmness and restoration for the New Year.  I also thought the retreat was well planned; it was just great!”  -DB

This retreat was a great way to get the new year in focus.”  -AP

“Mary did an outstanding job. She kept the retreat on track. Her examples were helpful as well.”  -KB


FACILITATOR
Mary Kluz

“My aim is to meet students where they are and lead an exploration of the many benefits of yoga. Focusing on breath and movement with awareness opens a door for practitioners to reconnect with their inner wisdom and cultivate practice self-care.”

Mary has been practicing yoga consistently since 2004. Her initial exposure to yoga was as a teen; her recent practice has led her to appreciate the benefits of yoga beyond the physical. She incorporates yoga techniques into her professional life as an educator, teaching organizational development, leadership skills and conflict management.  Mary completed the 200 hour Viniyoga Wellness Instructor certification in June 2015 with the American Viniyoga Institute and River Flow Yoga Teacher Training School.  She has a BS and MS degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 


FEE
$45, including a light breakfast and handouts.

TO REGISTER

Register

Please register in advance.  Registration limited to 15 participants.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For Retreat questions, contact Mary Kluz.