Mom’s Rejuvenation Retreat

May 10-12, 2024

Price: $125 plus accommodations

Motherhood is a beautiful journey of endless giving, but moms need to recharge and nourish themselves. We understand the joys and challenges that come with raising children. That’s why we invite stressed out moms, moms of all ages and stages, to this retreat, to take a moment to breathe, flow, and connect with other moms. Give yourself the gift of renewal and rediscover the power of connection – to yourself and others.

Mom’s Yoga Rejuvenation Retreat activities include:

  • self-care
  • guided relaxation
  • restorative yoga
  • tea and sharing circles
  • journaling
  • and more!
Mom's Rejuvenation Retreat weekend schedule


3:00pm Check-in

4:00pm Hatha Yoga

5:00pm Dinner

5:45pm Meet and Greet with Intention Setting

7:00pm Evening Meditation – 



6:00am Yajna in the Fire Temple

6:00am Guru Gita Chant in the Main Temple

7:00am Silent Meditation in the Main Temple

7:30am Breakfast

8:30am Art and Journaling

10:30am Hatha Yoga and Deep Relaxation

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Soothing Self-care

4:00pm Bhakti Bath – restorative yoga with live music

5:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Evening Meditation



6:00am Yajna in the Fire Temple

6:00am Guru Gita Chant in the Main Temple

7:00am Silent Meditation in the Main Temple

7:30am Breakfast

8:30am Personal Time – hiking, art, sauna, etc.

10:30am Hatha Yoga 

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Check-out


**This schedule is a sample, and is subject to change.

About the Instructor

Kalika Fortin

Kalika Fortin first came to Shoshoni in 2005, where she served on staff while completing her 200-hour yoga certification and advanced asana certifications. Having moved from the conservative mid-west, Kalika enjoyed being immersed in a new and beautiful world of meditation, service and devotional chanting. Captivated by the sweet, calming energy of the morning chants, as well as the lively evening kirtans, it became clear that bhakti yoga was her path. She enjoyed several years in Shoshoni Yoga Retreat’s resident band, Shiva’s Garden, before forming The Pushpams with Mira Gale and Kumara Etzel.  

Kalika now calls Shoshoni home once more, and loves sharing music and yoga practice with others. Her yoga teaching style integrates gentle breath awareness techniques with a flow of yoga postures designed to strengthen and stretch the body while maintaining a meditative focus. She has shared music at several yoga festivals including Hanuman Festival, Denver Chant Fest and Bhavapalooza; and has shared the stage with kirtan artists Dave Stringer, C.C. White, Girish, David Newman and Govindas & Radha. Her music has been featured on New World Kirtan and Wild Women Rising. 

Three yogis in deep forward bends during yoga training in a cozy room with fairy lights.

The scenery is gorgeous with hiking all around, staff is excellent, the food is delicious, the temples are beautiful, the yoga is great and relaxing, and the cabins are clean and nice. I always feel so peaceful there and the meditation is wonderful. It’s a very spiritual place and wonderful for decompressing from city life and for getting back to your true self.