Building Resilience: Winter Practices for Self-Care
with Debora Nitya Jackson, E-RYT 500
February 7 - 9, 2020
According to Ayurveda, Yoga’s sister science, Winter is a natural time to reflect inward and recharge to prepare for Spring’s renewal.
During this retreat, you’ll enjoy:
- Contemplation, meditation, and nature walks
- Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Yoga Nidra
- Ayurvedic drinks to balance the body and delight the palate
You will participate in thoughtfully designed practices to help you align with the cycles of nature, boost your immune system, and create a daily and self-care routine that is customized to your individual body type.
This retreat is beneficial for all levels of Yoga practitioners as well as teachers seeking a broader understanding of how to adapt the yogic practices to the individual.
Continuing Education (CE) Opportunities
- Yoga Alliance (YA): Approximately 7 contact hours. You can input your contact hours using your YA login information.
- Integral Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) can provide you a CE certificate with your program’s total contact hours for a $10 fee (free for IYTA members.) For more information, email [email protected].
Debora is not only a kind and supportive instructor but also super fun and lighthearted. I am so glad I took a chance on that first retreat with her. I can’t wait until the next one! — Stefanie A.
Deb’s Yogaville retreats provided an opportunity for cleansing one’s mind and body, practicing Yoga and rebooting. — Cristina S.
Debora Nitya has over a decade of teaching experience and has trained over 100 Yoga teachers in the Washington DC area. She brings her sense of humor to every class she teaches and is committed to helping her students realize their full potential. Nitya is certified in Integral Yoga® Hatha, Himalayan Institute 500-hour Teacher Training, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy through Mukunda Stiles and the Chopra Center. She teaches Yoga to people from all walks of life in the most diverse settings, including hospitals.
Learn more about Debora Nitya Jackson, E-RYT 500