Transformation Yoga Retreat with Lara Bache

an Imaginal* Yoga Retreat in Taos, NM with Lara Katilin Bache

Show up as you are and be invited into deeper presence with all of life’s changing circumstances in this supportive weekend of yoga and meditation. Start your days with Slow Flow Yoga classes, finish them with relaxing, meditative Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep), and experience the beautiful mountains of Taos within a sacred container of personal growth

*Inside of a butterfly’s coccoon, imaginal cells are the messengers of hope who inspire the panicked caterpillar cells to trust their instincts and
organize themselves into a whole new body; one with wings, though they have yet to fly! We will tap into the same wisdom that exists within
our perpetually changing selves in this deeply restorative self-care weekend.

Friday, August 10th
Opening Circle and Yoga Nidra – 6:00 – 7:30 PM

Saturday, August 11th
Slow Flow Yoga – 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Transformational Support Circle – 11:30 – 12:30 PM
*free afternoon for self-care, reflection, and exploring*
Group Circle and Yoga Nidra – 5:00 – 6:30 PM

Sunday, August 12th
Slow Flow Yoga and Closing – 9:00 – 10:15 AM

$130 early bird discount (before 7/10); $150 regular price
Please make your own arrangements for food and lodging; Taos has lots of great options!
Classes will take place at TaoSattva, 2 Upper Colonias Rd, El Prado, NM.
e-mail sfcyoga@gmail.com for more info or to register.

TRANSFORMATION
an Imaginal* Yoga Retreat in Taos, NM with Lara Katilin Bache

Lara’s Bio: A life-long student of various meditative and healing arts, Lara is passionate about celebrating and learning from the experience of embodiment. She was born and raised by practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism and Yantra Yoga, and she has been “a seeker” of spiritual truth and wisdom for as long as she can remember. She began teaching yoga in 2009, after attending a Greenpath Yoga Teacher Training in San Francisco, and the next year received her BA with departmental honors in Critical Theory and Social
Justice from Occidental College. Shortly thereafter, she attended the Scherer Institute of Natural Healing (now the Santa Fe School of Massage) and became a massage therapist. Lara is currently directing the Santa Fe Community Yoga Center, where she also teaches creative, intentional Vinyasa classes and offers her bodywork services.

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