Fall Silent Retreat: Realizing Your Inner Strength
with Rev. Prakasha Shakti Capen, E-RYT 500 and Senior Staff
October 8 - 11, 2020
Venture deeper into the Yoga practices that enable you to maintain balance through unexpected changes and difficult situations. During this Silent Retreat, experience a safe and peaceful environment in which you are able to tune in to your inner intelligence and make space for unique growth.
We live in an era of rapid technological advances, unexpected changes, and overwhelming stimulus. How do we navigate through it all with comfort? Discover your own calm center. With that awareness of deep peace, find equanimity in the midst of challenges and clarity to find solutions. Join us as we explore the yogic keys to an easeful, peaceful, useful life.
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
- Breathing techniques
- Yoga postures
- 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.
Beautiful and restorative experience. I was able to reset, rest and access an important part of myself. I feel deeply nourished and ready to reintegrate back into my homelife. — Claire Pallandre
Yogaville is a safe haven for my soul. Having this rare and beautiful space to rest, to learn and to connect and to grow is a true gift and I am truly grateful. A true escape from my hectic city life. I finally feel like I can breathe. All parts of me feel alive again. — Elissa Gross
For those searching for some grounding in this day and age, this is for you. Quite often (and I was here for just three days) I found myself smiling for no good reason. There was this sense of joy which I had not witnessed in a while. I’ll be back and I will miss the ashram! — Sid
In our world, we had become so busy in mind and body. In the silence, we give ourselves permission to become a human “being” rather than a human “doing”. Just be and you can help yourself discover who you really are in the silence. — Mona Lee
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 Rev. Prakasha Shakti Capen, E-RYT 500