OUR NEXT WINTER RETREAT AT NORABLOOM
FRIDAY, MARCH 1st 9-2:30
We only have 4 spots left.
I am thrilled to announce our SECOND Winter Warm Up Retreat at Norabloom! Do you recall 16 years ago when I hosted similar healing and nurturing retreats at my home? I am excited to recreate these in collaboration with amazing local people to create a magical day. Lets’s honor the gift that winter gives us… time to slow down, get warm, and rest.
Lots of love, Holly Green
We will begin at 9am with juice shots and a hearty snack. At 9am, we will all join together for a GENTLE YIN YOGA SESSION with Katie Arnold.
Each person will receive a one hour NORABLOOM SIGNATURE FACIAL with Holly or Madi (customized to your skin’s needs), a zingy peppermint hand and foot treatment, and the addition of warm stone upper body massage.
Lastly, we will nourish our souls with a healthy, whole foods box lunch from NIKKI GREEN.
$225 GRAB YOUR SPOT HERE
~ You will need to bring: an open heart, yoga mat, warm blanket, a book to read and/or journal to write in. Fuzzy slippers, and (pjs optional).
~ Please wear warm, loose fitted clothing. No use of cell phones during retreat.
~Would you like to join us? YES!
*Payment is due at the time of scheduling, non refundable, however transferable to another person, please arrive at 9:00am
Note from Katie (our Yin Yoga Teacher)
My name is Katie and I will be teaching yin yoga during your Winter Warm Up Retreat at Norabloom! Yin yoga is a slow moving, restorative, meditative yoga — it is meant to fill you with relaxation, mindfulness, and ease. There are many types of yoga to be practiced, and the truth is that practicing different types of yoga helps to restore balance and harmony within the body, but yin yoga is different. While a “typical” vinyasa yoga class will ask that you to push the body for tone and strength, a yin yoga class invites you to soften exactly how you are.
Yin yoga is considered “yoga for the joints.” It gives the body a chance to gently stretch the deeper connective tissues like our ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Asanas (poses) are held for 3-5 minutes at a time during a typical yin yoga class. Usually, a 60-hour class will only consist of 6-8 asanas! The idea is that while we hold asanas for several minutes, we allow the body to surrender to gravity. Benefits included increased flexibility, better mobility of the joints, increased blood flow, stillness of the mind, balance, and emotional clarity — just to name a few! @ktrnld on Instagram or firstname.lastname@example.org