In this weekend of yoga, meditation, self-care and self-love, Heidi Dietrich will help participants focus on life as an embodied practice. Nurture the vessel of your body with time for walking, resting, journaling, and honoring your body through yoga and nutritious meals. Heidi will help you explore the release of old stories held in the body’s cells through asana and nutrition. Saturday afternoon will involve creating mandalas and exploring the chakras, while Saturday evening’s yoga class will balance the chakras for a delicious evening of sleep in the clean air of Northern Michigan! The program fee is $120 plus the cost of lodging.
Recently featured on the cover of Spirituality & Health Magazine, Heidi Dietrich is the owner and primary instructor at Charlevoix Yoga Studio. She has been practicing yoga since 1990 and received her 200RYT certification from Marianne Wells Yoga School in Costa Rica in 2009. After experiencing Anusara Yoga, Heidi began pursuing further training in this heart-oriented method that honors the dance of life. As a yogini and an artist, Heidi is inspired to encourage others to create art through the harmony of balancing the body, mind and spirit.
In addition to her interest in yoga, Heidi is also a hula hooper and a proponent of hula hooping for a great cardiovascular workout. She presented a popular hula hooping class at Yoga Fest 2011 at Song of the Morning in August. Hula hoops are available for sale at her Charlevoix Yoga Studio.
Located on 800 beautiful forested acres along the Pigeon River, Song of the Morning Yoga Retreat Center offers a variety of educational programs on the physical, mental, and spiritual potential of human beings. Song of the Morning offers comfortable and reasonably priced lodging for workshop participants and other guests. All accommodation prices include gourmet vegetarian meals. During free time, guests enjoy hiking the beautiful trails. Guests are welcome to join the nightly meditations that run Tuesday –Saturday from 8 to 9 PM. A Sunday meditation service is held at 11 AM. For more information, check out our website at http://www.songofthemorning.org.
Jim Pero, Song of the Morning
9607 Sturgeon Valley Road
Vanderbilt, MI 49795