Spring Silent Retreat: Time to Reflect, Relax, and Renew
with Reverend Prakasha Shakti Capen, E-RYT 500 and Senior Staff
April 2 - 5, 2020
Escape to a natural sanctuary to reflect, relax, and renew during Yogaville’s annual Spring Silent Retreat.
Take a few days to step back from your regular routine. Through stillness, silence, and Yoga practices, you’ll lift your spirit and refresh the body and mind.
During this retreat, you will:
- Reconnect with your inner guidance and wisdom
- Enjoy Hatha Yoga and meditation
- Gain insight from senior teachers
- Refresh your spirit
What to Expect
Since 1970, Integral Yoga Silent Retreats have provided the sanctuary and solace everyone needs from time to time. Surrounded by a serene woodland landscape, you will immerse yourself in silence while teachers offer experiential classes in Yoga philosophy, meditation, breathing techniques, Yoga postures, and deep relaxation.
During the retreat, you will have the opportunity to seek support and clarification by asking questions in written form.
Private mentoring is also available.
All Are Welcome
These retreats are open to everyone, from beginners to advanced Yoga retreatants. Those who are new to meditation or Yoga practices will receive full instruction, while those with experience will have the opportunity to deepen their practice.
The energy and wisdom in this space is incredibly uplifting and inspiring, but most importantly it empowers you with practical tools to bring more tranquility and joy into your daily life. — Andrew Migliaccio
I have never done any kind of retreat, and I was looking for something to give me insight, rejuvenation, and possibly even a breakthrough. I had no idea what to expect and I was open. Through the gentle support of the staff, the teachers, and the environment, I got all I wanted and then some. I cannot wait to be back. Thank you so much! — Tawn Holstra-Auston
All around it was a great experience—mentally, physically, and spiritually. This was a wonderful chance to get away from the cares of the world and soak in solitude in a relaxing countryside environment with peaceful, kind, and compassionate people. — Elle D.
Reverend Prakasha Shakti left behind her career in broadcasting when she realized her real passion—to serve by teaching Yoga. Over the years, she was director of the Integral Yoga Institutes in Washington, DC, Boston, and San Francisco. As editor-in-chief of Integral Yoga Publications, she worked directly with Sri Swami Satchidananda. In San Francisco, she served as director of Life Enhancement for the AIDS/HIV Study Group, worked with Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease, and began hospice service. A professional writer and editor, Prakasha now specializes in Yoga for those with chronic illness and, also, teaches application of Yoga…
Learn more about Reverend Prakasha Shakti Capen, E-RYT 500