February 1st and 15th
free for Claim Your Spirituality students
This Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class provides a safe space for you to nurture, unwind and refriend your body, coming home to your Natural Resilience. Please a bring a yoga mat, all other props are provided and optional. This class includes gentle standing postures focused on breath connection and stationary supported poses. This class is limited to 5 participants, early registration is encouraged. Please call 267-257-0001 if you have questions about this class.
Claim Your Spirituality -
a 90 program to remember who you are
Saturday January 18th
Why Claim your Spirituality?
This 90 day program is designed to jump start your passion for life.
You know that you are Spirit, yet you have not found a way to connect and surrender to that Truth. Organized Religions and Philosophies may be too dogmatic, or have too many parts that you have to "let fly" because they don't apply. How can you connect to your own Spirituality and Reclaim your right to a life free from the burdens of illusion?
Claim Your Spirituality guides you to your own North Star, the light of Truth that resides within you.
This free information session lays out the details of the program, costs, payment plans, expectations and requirements.
You must register for accommodations and meals separately at the Himalayan Institute. Use Code HRR03020 to be connected to the Holistic Recovery retreat.
Holistic Recovery Retreat
at The Himalayan Institute
Holistic Recovery was born from the simple instructions of the 12 steps and the ancient wisdom of Yoga. We have all used drugs, alcohol, sex, food, people, an endless list of outside things in an attempt to solve the inner longing of spirtual freedom and lasting fullfillment.
Yoga and the 12 steps illuminate the obstacles that we place in our own way, as well as giving loving instructions to navigate the path to our internal sanctuary where we find lasting joy and freedom.
Join us for three days of diving into the path of self-realization through yoga, meditation, journaling, and didactic learning