A Summer Day of Silence in Nature

  • Celebrate the Summer Solstice with Meditation, Movement & Silence

    A Summer Day of Silence in Nature

Jun 20th, 2020

Celebrate the Summer Solstice and join us for a daylong retreat in nature! Held in the comfort of supported silence among tall trees and sunlight, our day will include sitting and walking meditation, mindful movement, and plentiful food. Bring a cushion, a yoga mat or even a camp chair. Come enjoy a day of simplicity, silence, and beauty.

Time, Date & Place
Saturday, June 20, 2020
8:30 to 5:00
Aina Momona Aloha Retreat Center ('Land Full of Love')
Fieldbrook, California

Fee: $95
includes a full lunch and light morning & afternoon snacks


Special Guest Movement Teacher:

Samantha Akers is a dedicated practitioner in the Insight Meditation tradition and has been practicing and teaching yoga since 1999. She has extensive training in structural anatomy, yoga and yoga therapy and is a certified massage therapist. Samantha offers a very special form of yoga that is therapeutic, mindful and gentle. All movement is infused with metta (loving-kindness) and is inclusive and accessible for all. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to practice. Sam’s knowledge of the body in its many shapes and forms shines through as she compassionately and skillfully responds to the needs for adjustments, modifications and gentle practices. This embodied mindful movement will be a blend of slow, active practices rooted in Restorative and Yin Yoga.

Pacific Mindfulness is committed to increasing access to the teachings and practices of awareness, generosity, compassion, and wisdom. In this spirit, most of our courses and retreats offer some financial support. We are steadfastly dedicated to offering programs that help protect, support, and expand the well-being of ourselves, each other, and our environment.

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