The Yoga of Song
The Hostel in the Forest: Brunswick, Georgia
February 2nd - 4th, 2018
Stretch your mind, body, and spirit in connection with self, song, and community
3 days of
* Deep Connection Activities *
* Songs of Empowerment *
* Morning Yoga *
* Heart Healing Ceremony *
* Empowering Beliefs *
* Vocal Improv and Play *
* Emotional Sharing *
The Yoga of Song is an inspiring weekend of yoga, movement, song, ceremony, and personal growth. Yoga, meaning union or connection, will be explored in ways unlike you've ever experienced before to empower and deepen your relationship with your body, your self, your voice, your community, and your soul purpose. Interwoven into morning yoga practices are songs, emotional connection activities, guest yoga instructors, personal growth work, and the re-creation of community. As we delve deep into the process, layers will begin to shed, as we courageously face and embrace who we are.
The weekend begins Friday afternoon at 4pm and continues until Sunday at 5pm. Your ticket includes two brunches, two dinners, and two nights stay at the most incredible tree house village you've ever seen.
The Hostel in the Forest is an amazing treehouse village that serves as a spiritual retreat and transient home for travelers. It teaches a hands-on approach to sustainable lifestyle through practices such as alternative building and organic gardening. Covering 133 acres of forest and wetlands, the facilities include outdoor hot-water showers, compost toilets, an amazing lake, a cultivation glass-house, a labyrinth, a library, treehouses, and bunkhouses. It is a truly unique place and has to be seen to be believed!
The food we serve nourishes the body as well as the soul. Much of the food is organic, and lots of the vegetables come right out of the garden. It is as local as possible, and prepared by amazing culinary artists. Meals are vegetarian, served twice daily, and are eaten communally, accompanied by a connective activity beforehand. Dishes and clean up are all done together with a spirit of gratitude and festivity. Other special needs (such as Gluten free) are arranged by request. Eating together in a large group is a fun way to connect, enjoy, and reflect on our experience.
Maggie Rose Rucker
Maggie Rose Rucker, manager and co-owner of Flow Space in Gainesville, was trained in Kripalu style but now instructs a wide array of styles: Vinyasa, Restorative, and Hatha primarily. Her thousands of hours of teaching experience have helped her find her flow and express her passion for this movement art. She believes yoga is a movement meditation that dissolves chatter from the mind, thus bringing clarity and crystallized self connection.