September 22 – 27, 2019 | Rhinebeck, New York
This yoga retreat for women veterans in an opportunity to heal, grow and connect in a supportive community. Throughout the week you’ll be guided by Annie Okerlin and U.S. Army veteran Susan Alden, both Certified Yoga Therapists and Warriors at Ease faculty members, who will guide you through yoga, meditation, iRest Yoga Nidra, and other practices that support wellbeing and cultivate a deep mind-body connection. All levels are welcome! No prior experience with yoga or meditation is required.
Come experience a week of self-care and rest. Depart feeling rejuvenated and empowered with skills to help you keep life in balance. Whether you are seeking to integrate the challenging experiences of military service, navigating a transition into civilian life, or simply needing to connect with your tribe, the Omega Institute and this very special retreat is the ideal R&R you seek!
Application/Scholarships: Application is required; apply early, as enrollment is limited and spots fill quickly. Full tuition for this retreat is $395 ($355 Members); scholarships are available to cover all but $75 of the total cost.
Application Deadline: TBD
Registration is coming soon!
Dates Vary | Idaho, California & New York
Dates Vary | Ka’a’awa (Oahu) Hawaii
Relax & Renew (R&R) Retreats are for female service members, veterans, military spouses as well as Gold Star mothers, daughters and wives. These retreats are hosted and facilitated by Hawaii-based Warriors at Ease teachers, local massage therapists, Hawaiian cultural practitioners, and a farm-to-table caterer. Retreat participants can enjoy yoga, meditation, art, hiking, hula, ocean adventures as well as delicious, healthy meals.
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Bridging the Gap Retreats are a 4-day healing experience for post 9-11 service members, veterans and a spouse, caregiver or primary social support person. This retreat is focused on improving the well-being of military families. Participants are invited to experience canine therapy, yoga, equine therapy, outdoor activities and more in a relaxing and supportive atmosphere. The retreats are held in small group settings that are facilitated by veterans, expert providers (with experience in Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense facilities), Walter Reed volunteers and other non-profit support organizations. Yoga and mind-body stress management skills are taught by a senior Warriors at Ease Teacher. These retreats are graciously funded by the Walter Reed Society and offered 4 times/year in various locations in the U.S.