June 16-18 (Friday-Sunday)
August 25-27 (Friday-Sunday)
With Katherine Banbury, CYT and Marge Zulaski, OSF, PsyD
Tuition: $150, plus meals and lodging
Yoga is a doorway to access a whole new way of being. Ancient and contemporary spiritual teachings are shared by heart-centered teachers in a supportive women-centered group.
This retreat for women will focus on experiences that result in vitality and a re-discovery of one’s curiosity, courage, and connection enabling one to step into a full compassionate presence.
Come together with other spirited women to explore the body-mind connection through self, other and the space between the two; living life live.
Katherine Banbury and Marge Zulaski lead transformative retreats filled with practical experiences, real connections, and plenty of fun and lightness along the way. No prior experience of Classical Yoga is necessary.
- Practice a full range of postures from the inside out
- Learn meditation techniques to focus and calm the mind
- Trust your intuition and wisdom
- Experience deep relaxation and rejuvenation
- Share in conversations expressing what you are learning and experiencing
- Enjoy a balance of group experience, nourishing meals, and ample solitude time for reflection and integration in a natural woodland sanctuary
Give yourself the gift of Classical Yoga practiced in a supportive cohort of women returning home uplifted, connected and empowered.
What Attendees Have Said
I feel like I am leaving a new person. The program was beyond words and beyond what I expected. I leave with my heart filled with love and gratitude.
Transformative, exhilarating, awe-inspiring, motivational.
I learned to try things I would have never tried on my own, e.g. chanting.
Katherine and Marge were loving, knowledgeable, excellent and giving.
Katherine Banbury teaches from a deep well of wisdom and practical knowledge developed over 30 years of teaching and study with roots in Kripalu Yoga, Somatic Movement Theory based in Body-Mind Centering, Yoga Nidra based in Nondualist meditation with Dr. Richard Miller, and Yogic philosophy, Mantra and Indian Spirituality with Russill Paul in India.
Katherine’s clear and precise teaching style is balanced with a fun, authentic and joyful presence. She is passionate about exploring the intersection of body-mind-spirit, practiced in community, to benefit all beings in the broadest possible context.
Katherine founded and directed for 20 years the Kula Center for Yoga and Somatic Movement in the Twin Cities, MN. Her practice and presence led her to following the call to pilgrimage to India, the Mother of Yoga in 2010 and 2012 “to find the other half of my soul,” as her inspiration Bede Griffiths said. She currently facilitates quarterly Classical Yoga retreats and is one of the creative chefs at the Christine Center in Willard, WI.
Marge is a Jungian Analyst and a member of the Christine Center Leadership Team.