Workshops and Retreats are designed to enhance your personal practice by offering a framework for self-care and providing a broader understanding of the extensive system of Yoga – all while enjoying the company of other Yoga practitioners in a supportive environment and friendly community.
Check back often for opportunities to experience a deeper dimension of Yoga.
What’s Your Story?
A Writing Workshop for Women with Danielle Fowler, M.A.
Monday, June 3rd 6:00-8:30pm
Everyone has an interesting story! Our daily lives are filled with beauty, inspiration, celebrations, trauma, drama and opportunities. The process of putting pen to paper can both capture your memoirs and be a platform for healing and growth. Crafting the essence of your story while enjoying a night out with the girls can be a fun, nourishing and meaningful experience. Using guided meditation to connect with your inner wisdom and writing prompts to get the creative juices flowing, we will spend precious time together to uncover your unique story. Bring your favorite journal and pen. Vegetarian snacks and beverages (the yummy kind) will be provided. This workshop is limited to 10 wonderful and courageous women.
$55.00 Please pay Danielle directly using cash, check or Venmo.
Questions Email: email@example.com Text: 760-458-4517
Back to Nature Yoga Retreat with Danielle Fowler
Friday, October 18th – Sunday, October 20th, 2019
Unplug from the television, computer and phone for a few days and reconnect to your True Nature. This retreat includes daily yoga classes, fresh organic vegetarian cuisine, shared accommodations, personal time for hiking, reflection/relaxation and a gift bag. The retreat is held nearby in the San Jacinto Mountains. $395 all-inclusive, early bird rate paid by September 1st . For questions or to register email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment Options for Retreat Registration (all other courses please register through yogaoceanside.com):
1. Venmo App – Account name is Danielle Fowler @TrueNature
Oceanside, CA 92054
“Look deep, deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” – Albert Einstein