10:30 AM10:30

Stoking the Fire: A Winter Yoga Retreat

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Tickets: https://bit.ly/2M81eXx

What is your inner fire?

Your inner fire, in simple terms, is linked to your digestion. This is not limited solely to food and drink. It also includes your ability to digest and assimilate emotions and experiences. A healthy inner fire helps you to stay healthy, vibrant, and energized and applying this to the practice of yoga can become a powerful tool for transformation.

Join Donna Ortner and Melissa Shah for a Winter yoga mini-retreat to rekindle your inner fire. Gather at The Abode in Nashville for a curated offering of Ayurvedic inspired yoga, pranayama (breathing), lecture and shared meals centered around increasing your motivation, focus and sense of vitality as we enter into this new year.

What’s included:

Three yoga practices

Chanting sessions

Tea, snacks, brunch and dinner

A lecture and discussion on Ayurveda and Yoga for your inner fire

Gift bags with ghee, oils, and other surprises

Price: $149

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