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6 Days Immersion Yoga Retreat in Alabama

  • Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center, 916 Convent Road, North East, Cullman, Alabama 35055, USA

6 Days Immersion Yoga Retreat in Alabama

  • Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center, 916 Convent Road, North East, Cullman, Alabama 35055, USA

Alabama Yoga Retreat USA

This immersion retreat is designed for all levels of yoga students who are comfortable learning about yoga practices such as chakra study (the study of the energy centers in the body), mudras (hand gestures), asana (postures), pranayama (breathing techniques), chanting (singing), and meditation (contemplative prayer). The heart of each retreat is one of the seven major energy centers in the body. This retreat explores Gods purpose for that particular aspect of your emotional and energetic being. Come and see how powerful yoga can be when it is centered, grounded, and focused on becoming more like Jesus in every part of your body, mind, energy, and spirit.


  • Daily yoga practices
  • 2 daily creative workshops
  • Morning devotions and evening vespers sessions
  • Daily silent breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Worship and testimonial time
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 6 days with instruction
  • English
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The group will be staying in St. Joseph's Retreat House. Each participant will have a private bedroom and bath. St. Joseph's also has a spacious kitchen and common room, and a front porch that overlooks the tranquil grounds of the monastery.

06:30 Morning practice

07:45 Silent breakfast

09:00 Morning devotional

10:30 Body / mind workshop

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Ayurveda / chakra workshop

16:00 Afternoon practice

17:15 Vespers / dinner

18:30 Free time

20:00 Testimony and worship

This retreat will take place in Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center in Cullman, Alabama. The retreat center is two hours north of Birmingham and three hours west of Atlanta.

Nearby places

  • Atlanta - 3 hours
  • Birmingham - 2 hours
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Meditation garden
  • Smoke-free property
  • Special menu request
  • Terrace
  • Conference room
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Meeting room
  • Shop

All meals will be provided by the retreat center and are served in a separate dining area. The meals from Monday night dinner to Saturday lunch are included.

Nature walks

Solitude and companionship time

  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 45 hours of optional planned activities
  • A notebook for the immersion retreat
  • All meals

Driving directions from Cullman

Driving by way of I-65:

Sacred Heart Monastery and the Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center are located on the east side of Cullman, approximately 2.6 miles from I-65 Exit North 308. From this exit, follow US Highway 278 East. Turn left off 278 East onto Convent Road at a 3-way traffic light. Drive to the second block. Enter the second gate on the right.

Driving by way of US 278:

From the east: Convent Road is marked by the first traffic light on your arrival in Cullman. Turn right onto Convent Road, and then drive two blocks. Enter the second gate on the right.

From the west: Drive through Cullman to Convent Road (approximately 2.6 miles from the I-65/US 278 intersection), then turn left onto Convent Road at a 3-way traffic light. Drive to the second block. Enter the second gate on the right (you will see spacious lawns and large buildings).

After turning into the monastery drive, please take a left at the Sacred Heart statue and follow the road around the building to either the covered entrance at the end of the building or the main retreat center parking area at the rear of the building.


  • Cullman, 2.6 miles


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