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Poetry And Yoga Retreat
August 3, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
On their own, yoga and poetry are both radiant. When you combine them, magic happens!
Join us for a week of enchantment as you do yoga on the beach and on the farm and as you find poetic inspiration at the end of the dock and in the middle of the woods. Each day features three hours of poetry writing and one to two hours of yoga and meditation with poet and yoga instructor James Mihaley and yoga instructor Kathy Navis.
Yoga sessions and poetry classes will be held in various venues in the Egg Harbor and Fish Creek areas. Some days will begin with yoga and end with poetry; other days will start with writing and conclude with yoga and meditation. The retreat is open to all levels: advanced writers as well as those who are new to poetry; those with a regular yoga practice and those new to the mat.
Tuition of $525.00 is for the full week of instruction and includes some meals and social activities. Participants are responsible for their own lodging and most meals. To register online using PayPal, click here. For other registration options, please call 920-868-1457 or send an email to email@example.com.
James Mihaley grew up in Door County and currently resides in Los Angeles. He is a certified yoga instructor and poet and the author of “The New Yogi Manifesto,” hailed around Los Angeles as the definitive yoga poem of this generation. Mihaley is also an award winning children’s author, published by Macmillan. He incorporates humor into everything he does and has great faith in the power of laughter.
Kathy Navis has been practicing yoga since 1980. She began her studies while at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. In 1996, she began to study with Kathleen Kelly Hoffman of the Bay Area Yoga Center. In 2001, she completed her teacher training as well as the advanced teacher training at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara with Ganga White and Tracey Rich. Since then, she has done extensive study with Dr. Ranjani Cobo, an Ashtanga teacher from Argentina. In 2006, Kathy began to work with Micheal Stone, a yoga teacher, psychotherapist, Buddhist teacher and author based in Toronto.