Still holding a grudge? Forgiveness is a process. And whether someone has betrayed you or you’re having trouble letting yourself off of the hook, it’s worth the work. Holding on to hurt feelings has a negative effect on both our thinking and our physiology. Join us to explore the art of letting go, looking into the wisdom of the Yoga Sutras and drawing from other yogic techniques that make room for acceptance and healing.
About the Retreat:
A pilgrim is someone who travels in search of something transcendent. We all travel in different ways for many different reasons. Many of us have already embarked on an inward journey in our yoga and meditation practices in search of peace, deeper understanding and empowerment. It also can be helpful to undertake a outward, physical journey to a spiritual place. If you are just starting out on your spiritual journey, a pilgrimage can act as a catalyst. If you have been practicing, the spiritual energy of the tradition will recognize you when you get there!
Join us for our second annual pilgrimage to the Himalayan Institute ashram in beautiful mountains of Eastern Pennsylvania. Surround yourself with the spiritual energy of our tradition.
About your Host:
Kate serves as President on the Board of Directors for the Himalayan Institute of Pittsburgh and is one of the staff instructors for the Himalayan Institute Teacher’s Association. She teaches asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga philosophy. Kate enjoys sharing practices that enhance well-being and help others connect with their own peaceful center. She encourage students to bring the awareness gained on their yoga mats into daily life and enjoy the promises of yoga everyday.