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Friday, January 17 – Sunday, January 19, 2020
Winter Yoga Retreat at IslandWood with Tracy Hodgeman and Terilyn Wyre

Tracy and Terilyn* welcome you to join them for their Annual Winter Retreat, a magical weekend of nourishing yoga and deep inner exploration. This retreat will revolve around the setting of inspiring and lasting intentions as we cultivate and refine our understanding of Sankalpa.

Winter is the ideal time of year to take pause, to turn inward and reflect on what seeds of intention we’d like to germinate in the seasons ahead, while also identifying and weeding out whatever blocks new growth. How often do we find ourselves creating New Year’s resolutions only to have our best intentions thwarted by old ingrained patterns of behavior? This weekend will be dedicated to uncovering our true Sankalpa — a resolve that resonates deeply with our inner wisdom and serves our highest potential — and finding realistic and practical ways to manifest Sankalpa in daily life.

Our healing retreat begins with a grounding vinyasa practice on Friday evening at 4:00 pm and ends with a closing circle and lunch on Sunday. Price of the retreat includes all classes, lodging, healthy and delicious meals featuring local, organic and sustainably sourced ingredients, and use of the facilities.

During these three days, we will enjoy yoga classes on Friday afternoon and evening, Saturday morning and evening, and Sunday morning (incorporating asana, yoga nidra, mantra, pranayama, and meditation). Morning classes will include more vigorous asana, afternoon and evening classes will be more restorative and introspective. We will support our self-inquiry with daily journaling, an art project, and a fireside ritual of letting go of the old to make way for the new on Saturday, interspersed with quiet times for reflection and relaxation.

Schedule: Friday, January 17, 4:00 pm – Sunday, January 19, 2020, after lunch

2020 Retreat Pricing:
Single – $860
Double – $690
Triple – $630
Quad – $575
Offsite – $425

Event RegistrationRates include accommodations, all meals, use of facilities and yoga classes. Transportation is not included. Register using the link above or call the Capitol Hill studio at 206.325.8221. All retreat payments must go through 8 Limbs Capitol Hill location.

Note: We will do our best to accommodate your rooming preference but cannot guarantee this. Most rooms have twin beds and all have private bathrooms. There are a limited number of single rooms available. Please specify any roommate preferences at registration; we cannot hold space for someone until a deposit is received. Please also let us know if your preference is for a shared double bed. If you select a quad you may be in a top bunk of a bunk bed. Also, if you sign up alone for a double, triple, or quad and we are not able to fill the room, you will need to pay the “forced single/double/triple” rate.

We advise you to register soon as space is limited. To register you must pay a deposit of $200. Full payment is due December 2, 2019. Payment of any “forced” rates is due by December 13, 2019. Make all checks out to 8 Limbs Yoga Centers.

Forced rates:
Forced single – $800
Forced double – $650
Forced triple – $600

*Terilyn will join the retreat as the second teacher if the retreat meets our minimum enrollment requirements.

Cancellation policy: Refund of your payment, less a $50 cancellation fee per person until December 2, 2019. No refunds after December 2, 2019.


About the instructors:  Tracy Hodgeman, Terilyn Wyre

Tracy Hodgeman Yoga Teacher Seattle



What to expect in Tracy’s classes: Tracy’s weekly Phinney Ridge, West Seattle, and Capitol Hill classes are laced with humor, anatomy references, therapeutic movement, self massage, and traditional yoga poses. She emphasizes breath, stability/sustainability, and down regulating the nervous system. All of Tracy’s classes start with a call for requests, from which she co-creates a class on the spot based on what she hears and sees in the room.

Main Influences/Styles/Traditions: Iyengar, Ashtanga, Yoga Tune Up®, Viniyoga/therapeutic yoga.



Terilyn Wyre Yoga Teacher Seattle


What to expect in Terilyn’s classes:  Terilyn’s weekly classes at Capitol Hill, Phinney Ridge and West Seattle are deeply rooted in building community. Her style is a strong and challenging and provides a dynamic blend of mindful vinyasa, infused with Bhakti (devotion) through uplifting fun music (live kirtan Sunday nights), chanting/singing, storytelling, poetry, and guided meditation. Her intention as a teacher is to create space for every body to feel equally valued and welcomed.

Main Influences/Styles/Traditions: vinyasa, mythology/storytelling, Bhakti yoga


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