September 2018 at The Heart of Bragg Creek
One Day Retreat
with Melissa Smith
September 9, 2018
Join Melissa for a day of Reconnecting to Yourself
Join Melissa Smith for a special one day yoga and writing retreat. Our charming getaway for the day is located just 30 minutes outside of Calgary, at the foot of the Kananaskis country at The Heart of Bragg Creek Yoga Studio and Cafe.
During this day retreat you will experience:
Therapeutic and gentle yoga with elements of strength for all levels
Journaling focused on discovering how to use the many paths of yoga to support your life
Complimentary plant-based organic lunch put together by the mindful heart cafe
A restorative & restful yoga class to wrap up our day together
What to bring with you?
A journal, pen, a favorite warm sweater or blanket, and your beautiful self!
September 9, 2018
The Heart of Bragg Creek
12 Balsam Ave, Bragg Creek, AB
T0L 0K0, Canada
Terms and Conditions of Booking: Deposits are non refundable and expressing an interest in a holiday cannot hold a place without a deposit. Please note the balance of holidays and retreats is due in full at the time of booking. Failure to do so may result in reallocation of your place. Cancellations cannot be refunded within 6 weeks of the holiday. Cancellation 6-10 weeks prior to the holiday will get 50% refund. Individual holiday insurance is recommended to be taken out at the time of booking. Prices do not include flights, trains, exertions, treatments or airport transfers. Booking is taken as acceptance of these conditions. We recommend purchasing Travel Insurance.
Melissa, Yoga Alliance ERYT® 500 in Yoga Therapeutics, Restorative Yoga Teacher Trainer, and Mindfulness in Schools Educator. Native Texan, Melissa currently lives in Calgary, Alberta with her 2 sons and leads Retreats in Southeast Asia, Canada, France and the United States. Her style lends itself toward mindful, slow with a dash of strength. Her for desire is for students to connect within and integrate their own intuition in practice offering each student the opportunity to deeply listen to their own body’s needs.
“One of the oldest and most beloved prayers from the Vedic tradition, the Gayatri Mantra, tells us that all of life is sustained by one ever-renewing source. When we practice restorative postures, what we are restoring is our connection with the part of our mind that is linked with this enduring, vast, and silent source. Yoga tells us that wen we are in intimate connection with the is part of our mind and thus tapped into a greater mind, we are also tuned in to the body’s natural ability to heal itself.” ~ Donna Farhi