The Travel Yogi Brings Two Yoga Retreats To Stowe, VT in October With Noted Author, Renowned Yogis Teaching
The Travel Yogi (http://thetravelyogi.com/), specialist in international yoga retreats and yoga adventures, brings two fall foliage retreats to Stowe, VT this October.
Aim True Yoga & Archery Retreat with yoga teacher Kathryn Budig is Oct. 6-13. Budig will teach her Aim True philosophy along with empowering vinyasa flow and workshop style classes. Off the mat archery and natural horse sessions will assist in confidence building and balance.
Manifestation Yoga & Writing Retreat with author Emily Rapp and yoga teacher Jen Pastiloff is Oct. 17-20. Pastiloff is best known for her Manifestation Retreats around the world and for her raw and soul-baring essays on personal growth. Emily Rapp is professor of Creative Writing and Literature at the Santa Fe University of Art & Design in Santa Fe, NM. Her second book, The Still Point of The Turning World (March 2013 Penguin Press), is the story of a mother’s journey through grief and beyond in dealing with her son’s fatal Tay Sachs Disease.
Rates are from $1,775 per person in shared accommodations for the week with Kathryn Budig and from $849 per person in shared accommodations for the Manifestation Yoga & Writing retreat. For details on both please see: http://thetravelyogi.com/adventures/vermont/.
Each retreat includes accommodations, three meals a day prepared by New England Culinary graduates, natural horsemanship classes, a guided hike through the dramatic fall foliage, yoga and unlimited dips in the outdoor Jacuzzi or stops in the indoor dry sauna at the Stowe Retreat Center near Stowe Village.
The Travel Yogi’s list of international and domestic destinations for 2013 include but are not limited to Aruba, Galapagos, El Salvador, Santorini, Maui, Cabo, Tulum, New Zealand and Vermont. Guests practice and play with some of the yoga world’s best known instructors: Annie Carpenter, Kathryn Budig, Giselle Mari, Jennifer Pastiloff and Ashley Turner to name a few.
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