Just like our ongoing retreat schedule but with the added bonus of guided writing
exercises, sharing and time to write on your own too!
SAMPLE YOGA/WRITING RETREAT DAY
8:00-10:00 Morning Meditation/Yoga
10:30-12:00 Shared Writing Time: Short Writing Exercise & Sharing
12:00-2:00 Inspirational Break (Hike, Walk, Lake Tour, Reading, Biking, Massage)
2:00 Mid-Day Meal
2:30-5:00 Individual Writing Time (or Just Relaxing)
5:30-7:00 Evening Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
8:00-9:00 The Writer’s Life: Discussion of how to make writing a part of your life (optional)
Our fabulous group March 9n in Pleasant Hill CA with hosts ERIC and KELLY
Moment of Solitude and Meditation for Kent
This is the beautiful room we taught at in Los Angeles
Beautiful spot Sewall House Guest wendy took us to where Pramahansa had his first Center..thank you Wendy for being such a great hostess!
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If you are interested in our next 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training in Maine
please fill out the application on our Teacher Training Page
Dates are April 26-May 18
If you like the idea of a small group training….
A special immersion experience away from the crowds
Today before starting the hatha class at noon in NY City I asked if anyone had remembered the storm of 1996. I did and yesterday subbed at the same place I was teaching that day in 1996, HB Acting School in NY. I remembered that day because I got a phone call, as NY City lay covered in much more snow than it does after last night’s “storm”. There were people cross country skiing on the streets in NY that Monday in 1996. I received a call that my great Aunt Nancy, aged 101, had died the night before. The blanket of snow seemed appropriate to tuck her in to the hereafter. Little did I know that 18 months later I would purchase the house she had cherished and turn it into a yoga retreat to keep its history and legacy alive, and to keep it in the family, When I mentioned to the class that a teacher at HB yesterday asked if I remembered the storm of 49 I said No, I was born in 55! After class a lovely young woman came up and said ” Are you really 58? I want to look like you at 58!” Keep doing yoga, folks, take care of yourself and your thoughts..get enough rest, be authentic and be with the right people!
That is my advice today:)
and count your blessings…
It all helps! Enjoy the snow…..
Nadja teacher trainer extraordinaire!
Make New Friends!
Warrior Three on Loon Ledge in SEPT
Shoulder Stand with support- Marissa and Rachel
Cozy Small Yoga Classes
Diane’s First headstand last week!
Sewall House is proud to offer its fifth 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher training starting in late April for 21 days until March 18.
Our trainings have a maximum of 5 people in them and are a great opportunity to deepen your practice, to develop the basic tools and understanding to start the journey of becoming a yoga teacher or simply going deeper into yoga as a physical and mental tool for health and self growth.
Applications are due by March 15. Please find information of what is covered, costs and application on our teacher training page, as well as comments from prior trainers.
Donna Amrita Davidge has been teaching yoga full time for nearly 30 years in many and varied venues and populations.
Holiday Retreat was FUN with lots of snow shoeing this winter!
Kent drumming while groups chants
Winter Retreat Snowshoeing at Sewall House
More info coming on San Francisco March 7, Pleasant Hill March 9 and 10 and Golden Bridge LA March 12 Evening time..here is the wonderful solstice night we were a part of in NYC DEC 21- Kent played guitar and drums, I led the Kundalini Yoga set on Creativity and Amar Atma played Harmonium while Gianroop led the group through an amazing meditation!
Bradley Cooper greeting actors after screening of Silver Linings Notebook today
This morning I was mulling over the books for the business. not at all my forte but a necessary things when tax time is nigh, and not achieving what I had hoped to with Quickbooks. I had gone to my early Ashtanga practice that I had been away from during the winter retreat ,which was good, but the day was not falling into place as I would have liked. I felt frustrated and inefficient. The phone rang and it was a student from NY who now lived in London. I had taught her in the early 90’s in Tribeca. A 45 minute conversation ensued about healers vs therapists and the energy of last solstice. I feel grateful that students turn to me and trust me when they are facing deep internal questions about themselves, their direction, their choices, their lives. At 11 the phone rang into the conversation. I assumed it was my 11 phone appointment to work on a workshop on creativity we are doing in California in March. I rambled on to the person calling about the connection between the London call and her, a 6 degree of separation mutual friend in London, only to realize it was not the person I thought I was speaking to! It was one of my teacher trainers who had switched careers from law to freelancing photography, law and yoga teaching wanting to share with me a profound and interesting experience she had New Years Eve, which included a Kundalini Yoga celebration in NYC. All in all, the morning turned into a series of Goddess conversations as finally the SFO healer called to talk about our planned workshop. Quickbooks forgotten for the time being, we went off to a screening of the Silver Lining film ( I have kept my SAG card though not acted in 18 years) with a talk with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro ( a perfect movie for knowing we all have issues and off days! loved it in fact) before I ran off to sub a vinyasa class. I am home, tired and fulfilled from another spontaneous day in my yoga world.