Sedona YogaLife Retreats

Ongoing
Customized Anytime Solo/Group Retreats; 2017 Sedona-Grand Canyon Retreats: Jan. 21-25, March 18-22, May 6-10, Oct. 14-18, Nov. 11-15, plus July 9-13 in CA
Retreats

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Sedona YogaLife Retreats
PO Box 278
Sedona, AZ 86339
United States

Sedona YogaLife Retreats

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Sedona Retreats hosted at Arabella Boutique Hotel; July 9-13 hosted at Mission San Luis Rey in CA

Spectacular Retreats: A renewing 5-day spiritual journey going deeper into your Yoga and Meditation practice indoors and out in nature amid the magnificent vortex energy of Sedona.  Experience the splendor of Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and YOU! Enjoy deluxe lodging and pool at the elegant Arabella Hotel in the heart of Sedona. Learn techniques to reduce stress, quiet your mind in meditation, and deepen your yoga practice. (Beginners welcome)  Cultivate Contentment in your life, as your leader, Johanna Maheshvari Mosca, Ph.D., offers coaching and practical self-care strategies, plus a complimentary copy of her book by that title. Access greater inner peace and enjoy leisurely hiking amid the beauty and uplifting energy of Sedona’s red rock vortexes. Join us for a soulful journey to the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, in the company of kindred spirits and master teachers. In the past decade, retreats were featured three times in the Yoga Journal, twice in Shape, and listed first in Sunset Magazine’s “Ten Inspirational Retreats.”  Design-Your-Own Custom Retreats are also available in Sedona, AZ, and Encinitas, CA, for groups or individuals on the Yoga path. Sedona-Grand Canyon Retreats are now scheduled for Jan. 21-25, March 18-22, May 6-10, Oct. 14-18, Nov. 11-15, 2017 in Sedona, AZ. (Also a July 9-13 Guru Purnima Retreat in Oceanside, CA). We would love to welcome you to "Become more of your Self in Sedona!"

A Yoga Potpourri: As you know from your life, we keep learning and adding new techniques and twists to our repertoire. Johanna Maheshvari’s Yoga is a combination of: gentle Kripalu Yoga; Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy; Iyengar-style Yoga studied for over ten years with Rama Jyoti Vernon; Yoga techniques learned from TVK and Kaustub Desikachar at the Krishnamacharya School in India; and Richard Miller’s i-Rest Yoga Meditation for Inner Restoration; plus what her own body has taught her from doing Yoga for decades. It all comes together organically as Johanna guides students to gently tap into a well of inner resources, enjoy whatever the body can do, and expand consciousness. 

Johanna Maheshvari Mosca, Ph.D.:  My vision for myself and my students is to expand consciousness, allow whatever unfolds, and cultivate inner peace and contentment. I have published three books related to living the wisdom of Yoga—YogaLife: 10 Steps to FreedomCultivate Contentment: Using Ancient Wisdom to Thrive in Today’s World; and most recently, Teen Triumph: 10 Ways to a Winning Life.  Starting in the 1990’s, I completed numerous trainings with two 200-hour certifications in Kripalu Yoga and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. Then I earned my 500 hours with the International Yoga College, studying mainly with Rama Jyoti Vernon. I followed that with two weeks in India, studying with TVK Desikachar and his son Kaustub at the Krishnamacharya Mandarim. In recent years, my focus on learning techniques to still the babbling mind has led me to complete two meditation teacher trainings, first 200-hours with the McLean Meditation Institute.  Then I went on to pursue my current passion, studying I-Rest (Inner Restoration) Meditation with Richard Miller, completing his teacher trainings I and II and enrolling presently in final Certification Level III. As a former “teacher specialist” for the NYC Public Schools, I have extensive experience meeting my students at their own level and helping them stretch to the next stage of growth, whatever that might be for each individual. I feel honored and grateful when other beings trust me to guide them in Yoga and consciousness expanding reflection on the spiritual path. Namaste. Om, shanti... Maheshvari