Journey to the Heart: A Bhakti Vinyasa Retreat on Lake Atitlán / Jeremy Falk
February 1 - 8, 2020
Are you ready to take a voyage to one of the most mystical and magical places on Earth? Join yoga teacher Jeremy Falk in a weeklong exploration to deepen your connection to the center of your heart. Surrounded by a dozen highly preserved Mayan villages and 3 dormant volcanoes, Lake Atitlán is the perfect setting to ignite the fires of transformation and ground into a profound state of calm. In this magnificent retreat on Lake Atitlán, we will share magical morning meditations as tranquil and reflective as the lake itself, practice dynamic and devotional Bhakti vinyasa yoga, sing, chant, sweat, flow, laugh like children, sleep like babies, and maybe shed a tear. We’ll humbly explore the culture of local villages with guided excursions, support verified fair trade organizations for local artists, and take in a few majestic hikes to witness a sunrise and sunset like never before. You’ll have plenty of free time to enjoy walks along the lake, sweat in the wood-fired sauna, soak in the solar-powered hot tub, drop into solitude, or connect with new friends. Reset. Rejuvenate. Reignite. Join us on a journey to the heart!
Retreat Leader Bio: Jeremy Falk is an E-RYT 500 with over 12 years of experience in embodied arts. His classes are a challenging alignment based Bhakti vinyasa that combine intentional sequencing, philosophy, humor, and heart. He encourages his students to stay connected to how the practice helps us to show up in the world with more compassion, focus, resilience, humility, and patience. He is grateful for his teachers Jason Crandell, Stephanie Snyder, and Janet Stone, as well as the Association for Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India. He recently spent six months traveling the US and London documenting yoga’s impact in the West for Yoga Journal, which continues to ignite his passion to teach. Learn more about Jeremy at www.jeremyfalk.com.
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