Self-care is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health.

We must all take a role in protecting our own well-being and happiness especially in times of stress.

Join Jessica Sandhu, Sihnuu Hetep and Kate Rivard for a joyous and grounding day that is all about self-care and healing.

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self-care retreat

SELF-CARE RETREAT

At-Home

Self-care creates the environment and conditions you need to live in a grounded community. Think about what nourishes you and what self-care practices are essential for you.

How do you want to care for yourself? Through yoga, meditation, reflection and sharing, we'll connect, reflect and create a plan to integrate practices of care in these uncertain times.

THE NOURISHMENT

You don’t need a lot of room or a fancy space to make your space sacred for this retreat and beyond it. Simply get creative about making time and space in your day and some literal space in your home. 

Work with what you have as many of us share spaces with family, friends and partners (and animals!) Simply do your best to work with it. 

The best part of doing a retreat at home is that it is real and you can utilize the challenges to make this work no matter what. Always recognizing that we never really have control when things don’t go as planned.

Self-care is tough to integrate for all of us and that is why we are doing this retreat. 

THE SACRED SPACE

October 25th at 10:15am -4:30pm

> Active and Restorative Yoga

> Meditation

> Solo walk in nature if possible 

> Journaling 

> Connect + Discussion 

> Yoga Nidra 

THE PRACTICE

self-care retreat

10:15-12pm
> Kate will guide you through a 45 minute nourishing yoga practice followed 30 minutes guided self-massage.

1:15-3pm
> Sihnuu will lead you through meditation, restorative yoga, guided visualization and then journey inward with journaling prompts/questions. 

3-4:30pm
> Finally Jessica will finish with some fall into winter nutrition hacks ending with a 40 minute yoga nidra.

THE SCHEDULE

For lunch, choose a dish or drink that helps you feel nourished and happy, and take time to eat intentionally.

Here are some Ayurvedic nourishing and healthy lunch options you can prepare beforehand: 

THE FOOD

If you can, take some time in nature, if you are unable to, a balcony or window will do.

THE WALK

Recommended $15-45 donation.

Another way you can support this offering is by encouraging your friends and loved ones to join, or sharing it on social media @befreelivefully #befreelivefully

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Sweet potato and kale 

Mung dal kitchari 

Roasted rice with dates 

at home

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SELF-CARE RETREAT

SUNDAY, OCT 25th

Self-care is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health.

We must all take a role in protecting our own well-being and happiness especially in times of stress.

Join Jessica Sandhu, Sihnuu Hetep and Kate Rivard for a joyous and grounding day that is all about self-care and healing.

Self-care creates the environment and conditions you need to live in a grounded community. Think about what nourishes
you and what self-care practices are
essential for you.

How do you want to care for yourself? Through yoga, meditation, reflection and sharing, we'll connect, reflect and create
a plan to integrate practices of care in
these uncertain times.

THE NOURISHMENT

You don’t need a lot of room or a fancy space to make your space sacred for this retreat and beyond it. Simply get creative about making time and space in your day and some literal space in your home. 

Work with what you have as many of us share spaces with family, friends and partners (and animals!) Simply do your best to work with it. 

The best part of doing a retreat at home is that it is real and you can utilize the challenges to make this work no matter what. Always recognizing that we never really have control when things don’t go as planned.

Self-care is tough to integrate for all of us and that is why we are doing this retreat. 

THE SACRED SPACE

> Active and Restorative Yoga

> Meditation

> Solo walk in nature if possible 

> Journaling 

> Connect + Discussion 

> Yoga Nidra 

THE PRACTICE

10:15-12pm
> Kate will guide you through a 45 minute nourishing yoga practice followed 30 minutes guided self-massage.

1:15-3pm
> Sihnuu will lead you through meditation, restorative yoga, guided visualization and then journey inward with journaling prompts/questions. 

3-4:30pm
> Finally Jessica will finish with some fall into winter nutrition hacks ending with a 40 minute yoga nidra.

THE SCHEDULE

For lunch, choose a dish or drink that
helps you feel nourished and happy,
and take time to eat intentionally.

Here are some Ayurvedic nourishing
and healthy lunch options you can
prepare beforehand: 

THE FOOD

SWEET POTATO + KALE

MUNG DAL KITCHARI

ROASTED RICE WITH DATES

If you can, take some time in nature, if you are unable to, a balcony or window will do.

THE WALK

Sign Up