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Yoga Meditation Hiking Retreat Day with Liz Gross and Roy Holman
February 15 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm| $45
“A journey is best measured in friends, not in miles.” –
We will start with some fresh ginger tea at our home in North Everett, with a short opening meditation. Then we carpool from Everett (or wherever you live if possible). It is an hour drive north of Everett. We will meet around 8am in Everett, and return around 3 or 4pm. Bring your own lunch. We will bring delicious healthy desserts.
Date & Time:
February 15, 2020 – 8am-4pm
$45 per person
Guided hike with guided meditations and some gentle forest yoga and forest bathing (the forest bathing is donated free from the generous forest!). Come escape your indoor, electronic and wired world and get some fresh air, move your body, and meet some good people.
About the instructors: Liz Gross and Roy Holman
Liz Gross: “I believe all healing involves alignment of the soul with the body.” Liz is a gifted sound and vibration healer, and teaches with Roy on retreats. Liz teaches yoga, meditation, Oneness and often does some of the cooking on our retreats. “When you’re consciously in touch with the life energy within yourself, you have awareness & communication with the flow of energy that connects you to spirit. I feel very passionate about Vibrational Medicine and love working with others in this way & helping others to connect with their purpose and passion in life. Vibrational Energy Medicine brings the physical, emotional, mental, & spiritual bodies back into balance, which opens the way for rebuilding the healing systems of the body.”
Roy Holman: I am a 500 hour Certified Yoga teacher, in the Viniyoga tradition. I teach a safe, gentle, body-friendly, grounded, breath-connected, meditative, flowing traditional hatha yoga – a meditation in motion really. I like to move slow, give time to breathe deeply and savor the poses. I also teach breath-work (pranayama) and meditation, and also try to incorporate the many aspects of emotional healing and balancing I have learned. The meditation is a mindfulness style, with focus on breath awareness, heart opening, body senses, emotional clearing, and connection on all levels (body, breath, emotions, Earth, Spirit).
You! We usually have about 6-10 people, a chance to make new friends and connect, but also quiet time to walk and meditate.
Registration note: Please just fill out the basics, what we might need to know, thanks.
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