SPIRIT AND NATURE DANCING TOGETHER
YogaFest is a deeply nourishing four-day celebration of Spirit, Nature, Community, Service, and all things Yoga. It is an immersive experience into your innermost bliss which offers ample, almost endless opportunities for exploring, experiencing, and living in attunement with your deeper spiritual nature.
Full festival passes and day passes are available at an extremely reasonable rate. Teenagers are invited at half the adult price, and children 12 and under get in for free!
My program details:
- Bhakti Breathwork Workshop
- Thursday, July 26 at 3:30pm
In this workshop, Beth creates a safe-haven for self-exploration, guiding you through a simple, yet profound breathing technique. This Breathwork is an active meditation used to move and clear stuck energy in the body. It purifies the nervous system, eliminates toxins from the body and blood, and restores balance emotionally, physically, and spiritually — releasing all that is no longer serving you and creating space for re-connection to your Heart, and the inherent intuitive wisdom you hold within.
From quiet reflection in a serene natural environment to active movement in a vibrant and energetic atmosphere; from camping with friends and family to participating in a full and exciting slate of programs morning, day, and night - there is something for every sincere seeker of truth at YogaFest 2018.
A partial list of what you can expect to encounter includes Hatha, Bhakti, Jnana, Kundalini, Raja, and Flow Yoga classes; Meditation, Kirtan, workshops, hiking, camping, swimming, healing, Art, Music, Dance, children’s programming, Sacred Ceremony, merchants, vendors, festivities, sustainability, mindfulness practices, spiritual discussions, and much, much more.
YogaFest is held at Song of the Morning Yoga Retreat, a very special place that for nearly 50 years has offered spiritual sanctuary to all truth thirsty souls. Tucked back in the rural North Woods of Michigan's lower peninsula, Song of the Morning is the perfect venue for a festival celebration of the divine dance of spirit and nature.