Lose the stress, and Rekindle the joy within you!
The setting is among the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, one of America’s great spiritual centers.
The goal? To rekindle that spark of joy, deep inside our hearts. We know it's there but we've forgotten how to bring it forward.
We'll spend this time together bringing mindful attention to our own self-care, reduce stress, build inner confidence, cultivate kindness and compassion for ourself and others and come home feeling refreshed and ready to apply what you've learned to daily life.
You don't need to have experience with meditation or mindfulness, but if you are, you'll learn new tools to add to your practice!
Pre-trip group Zoom video call
Post-trip group Zoom video call
Individual coaching chat during the retreat
Private clarity call with Janet Post-trip
Hotel accommodations (discounted room block available)
Transportation to and from Sedona
Janet believes deeply in the value of self-awareness and mindful attention to self-care and teaches mindfulness and emotional intelligence online as well as in person. She earned her certification as resilience and coping facilitator from the National Wellness Institute and is a Life and Mindfulness Coach.
She trained with the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute to teach mindfulness and emotional intelligence, UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center in their Mindful Awareness Practices program, Dr. Rick Hanson’s Positive Neuroplasticity Practitioner program, and Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE).
Her journey as a caregiver inspired the transition from social media marketer and CEO to mindfulness coaching after discovering the value of mindfulness and emotional intelligence in rescuing her from depression and anxiety. She shares her story in her book “When Life Hits the Fan, A Mindful Guide to Caring for Ourselves While Caring for Others” now available on Amazon. Learn more about Janet on this website.
Heidi BK Sloss, RYT-200, lives and teaches yoga and meditation in Silicon Valley, CA. She combines 30+ years of spiritual practice with the moving meditation of yoga, guiding her students to focus the mind, relax the body, connect the spirit and open the heart.
Heidi is a certified Yoga for Healthy Aging Teacher and has completed a 20 hour Pelvic Floor Teacher Training, two 30 hour Restorative Yoga Teacher Trainings as well as her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training. She is in process of becoming a RYT-500 at Breathe Together Yoga Studio in Los Gatos.
For our retreat Heidi will be offering yoga classes that will focus on healthy stretching and strength building for women over 50. Morning classes will be a great warm up and wake up to get us ready for the day. Mid-afternoon classes will give us an opportunity to stretch and move around in a gentle way to help us digest. Learn more about Heidi on her website at www.heidisloss.com
Rahelio’s approach combines wisdom teachings from eastern Yogic traditions, Taoist wisdom, Christian mysticism, and Native American shamanism. He was especially drawn to the teachings of Toltec wisdom that has come out of Mexico, and to the practice of Kriya yoga through Babaji’s lineage. Since I was already very deep into the practice of western astrology, I was able to merge this perspective into the teachings of the Medicine Wheel as taught to him by Sun Bear.
He conducts Native American style weddings, Sweat Lodges and blessing ceremonies, as well as sharing shamanic teachings and energetic practices including Medicine Wheel empowerments with the sacred drum, flute, songs, and chants.
For this retreat Rahelio will be taking us to a medicine wheel he created on the grounds of the Amithaba Stupa and Peace Park where he will share with us about the sacred land of Sedona, guide us in walking the medicine wheel and perform a drum blessing. Learn more about Rahelio on his website.
We have reserved a block of rooms at the Los Abrigados Resort and Spa at specially discounted rates, registration link coming soon!
The resort is located in the heart of Sedona, just steps from the art galleries, restaurant and shopping at TlaquePaque and more restaurants, antiques and shopping are just around the corner.
The grounds of Los Abrigados are lovely, with plenty of room along the shore of Oak Creek to sit and meditate, practice yoga, or sit and enjoy the scenery. The hotel offers 2 swimming pools, a spa, fully equipped fitness center, and 2 restaurants.
If you prefer to cook for yourself, there are equipped kitchens in the room with a full-size refrigerator, stove, microwave and coffee maker. The rooms reserved have a king-sized bed as well as a fold out couch in the living room.
To reserve your room at a significant discount, click here. You may also call 1-800-438-2929 and use the group code GNEARMIND for a discount on rooms at Los Abrigados.Rooms are limited as this is a busy time of year on Sedona. and this block expires on March 15.
Note: Should you choose another hotel, please arrange to meet us in the lobby of Los Abrigados for transportation to the Creative Life Center and other events on time. This is a busy time of year in Sedona, so it’s a good idea to give yourself a little extra time! Uber and taxis are available.
The agenda is subject to change. Class will be held as a “Learning Circle” with talks, meditations, exercises, journaling and yoga worked into our day to make this as experiential and valuable to all involved.
We suggest checking in at Los Abrigados Wednesday afternoon to have time to unwind, then we will meet for a welcome reception. Shuttle transportation will be available during the retreat from Los Abrigados and the Creative Life Center.
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