New Year’s Eve Retreat

December 31 (3pm check-in) – January 2 (1pm check-out)

Program fee: $35 plus the price of accommodations

In the ShambhavAnanda Yoga tradition, it is common to use special holidays throughout the year as catalysts to propel a practitioner deeper into their spiritual practice. You can begin to prepare for New Year’s Eve right now, in this very moment, just by taking a deep, conscious breath.

By setting the intention to make a spiritual leap this New Year’s, you are opening yourself to the very real possibly of spontaneous recognition of your highest self – also known in the ShambhavAnanda Yoga tradition as Shiva Consciousness.

From beginners to experienced practitioners, everyone is welcome. So go ahead and take that breath, and then join us for a New Year’s Celebration that is sure to propel you forward along your own spiritual path.

*All guests must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and show proof of vaccination at check-in. Learn more about our Vaccine Policy.*

New Year's Eve Retreat Schedule

Friday, December 31

3:00pm Check-in

4:00pm Hatha Yoga

5:00pm Dinner

6:00pm Vision Boards art project

9:15-10:15pm Candlelight yoga

10:15-10:50pm Break – chai and cookies

11:00-12:00am Mantra & meditation to bring in the New Year

 

Saturday, January 1 (HAPPY NEW YEAR!)

5:30am Shiva Puja and Yajna (Fire Temple) 

5:30am Guru Gita Chant (Main Temple)

6:30am Silent Meditation (Main Temple)

7:00am Breakfast – Brunch-style breakfast options will be set out through 9:30am so that you may arrive late.

8:15am Sacred Art – Ganesh line drawings

10:30am Hatha Yoga and Pranayama

12:00pm Lunch

1:00-2:00pm Seva (required)

2:30pm Ayurvedic Treats

4:00pm Hatha Yoga

5:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Evening Meditation

 

Sunday, January 2

5:30am Shiva Puja and Yajna (Fire Temple)

5:30am Guru Gita Chant (Main Temple)

6:30am Silent Meditation (Main Temple)

7:00am Breakfast

8:15am Sacred Art

10:30am Hatha Yoga and Pranayama

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Check-out

The food is exceptional, the people are kind, and the experience of spending time there is life changing. I love Shoshoni; it the best place that I know of for rejuvenation and connecting to one’s inner potential.

K.F.