Fall Yoga Retreat

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Fall Yoga Retreat

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Fall Yoga Retreat

A Practice Immersion at the Circle Yoga Shala

A weekend or day long immersion of self-care, nature, and community to renew your spirits. Immerse yourself in self-study and practice while getting up to 10 contact hours CEUs required by the Yoga Alliance. Each practice session will include an introductory explanation to the concepts we will explore in practice and a follow up discussion to process and assimilate what was learned into your teaching*. Meals are farm fresh and Ayurvedically inspired. There will be time and support for connecting with nature in the beautiful Ozark mountains and other yoga teachers from the region for professional networking and collaboration.

*Experienced practitioners, teachers in training, and retreat junkies welcome.

$175 + Accommodations & Meals (go to this link to purchase by adding both meals and accommodation choices to your cart)

Weekend Retreat Tuition: $175

Day Retreat Tuition: $95 Saturday 9a-6p, $80 Sunday 9am-2pm

6 Farm-to-Table Chef Prepared Meals: $74

Ala Carte Meal Purchases: Breakfast $10 Lunch $15 Dinner: $12

Accommodations start at $20/nt

After you purchase your tuition you will be directed to sign up for your preferred accommodations and meals.

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Friday October 26

2-6pm - Arrival/get settled

6pm - dinner

7pm - introductions and orientation



6-8: open meditation/personal practice/coffee tea available

8am: breakfast

9am: practice session 1

12pm: lunch

2pm: guided hike

3pm: practice session 2

5pm: free time

6pm: dinner

7pm: fire circle



6-8pm: open meditation/personal practice

7pm: coffee/tea available

8pm: breakfast

9am: practice session 3

12pm: lunch

2pm: closing circle and group practice

3-5pm: free time to connect and assimilate - departure at your leisure



Jayme Sweere

eRYT-200, RYT500, C-IAYT, MBA, CPT
Jayme began studying yoga and meditation as an athlete and coach, the ancient wisdom and techniques enriched and enlivened her life so much she moved to the Himalayan Institute to study and practice full-time. There she was a founding producer at YogaInternational.com which immersed her in creative collaboration and practice with many of the most inspiring teachers of our time. You can find out more about her and her teaching at Zen3 Bodyworks and Yoga and StressedOutHumans.com, which integrates movement and mindfulness in the workplace. Jayme currently resides at the Circle Yoga Shala a school for yoga, self-inquiry, and creative movement outside Jasper, AR in a tiny home on wheels she built out of all reclaimed material named Turtle Medicine.