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Looking for a place for a spiritual retreat with others in recovery? If so, you are about to get the solution from Streamside Yoga. They offer you a package designed around meditation, yoga fellowship and fun. The retreat takes place in Andes NY, USA. During the retreat, you'll receive yoga sessions, meditation, meetings, excursions such as hiking or exploring Andes's village and environs, and meals. So, what are you waiting for? Join us in for a transformative long weekend. Bring your friends.
You'll stay at either the Streamside 1 or Streamside 2 apartments at 506 Main Street or one of the nearby Grapevine 1 or Grapevine 2 apartments at 414 Lower Main Street.
Enjoy this four-day, three-night getaway at Streamside Yoga, a studio by the Tremperskill Stream in the beautiful Catskill village of Andes, New York, USA. Guest stay in the Streamside one and Streamside two or at Grapevine Airbnb apartments. Morning and afternoon yoga classes or hiking in nearby trails will be featured. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. There will also be a welcome dinner on Thursday evening. During Friday and Saturday, you will have dinner on your own or in the village with a number of meeting options.
William "Bill" Duke lives in the Catskills and has been practicing yoga since 1998 and teaching yoga there since 2013 when he received his certification from the Lalita Yoga School in Chichester. He practices in a variety of styles and integrates many of them into his classes. In 2017 he opened the Streamside Yoga Studio, in the Andes. Bill is the owner / operator of the Willow Drey Farm wedding / event venue and Willow Drey Farm Lodging. He's also the host of Spiritual Solutions, a radio show covering many different spiritual paths on WIOX Radio, "live and local from the Catskills".
Jimmy teaches yoga and meditation. His mission is to teach people to live healthier, happier lives through yoga, meditation, and personal discovery. He has a BFA in modern dance from UNL, a 200-hour yoga teacher certification from Laughing Lotus in New York City, and a 200-hour meditation teacher certification from The Veda Center. Jimmy has taught in New York City, at Kalani Retreat Center on the Big Island of Hawaii, at Eason Mountain Retreat Center in upstate New York, and at several venues around the Catskills.
Robyn Love is a RYT-500 and C-IAYT (pending) with over 1500 hours of training in the Sri Krishnamacharya / Desikchar tradition of yoga, which emphasizes the therapeutic connection between breath, body, and mind. She also has nine years of Ashtanga Vinyasa training and practice. Founder of Bedside Breathwork, her specialty is palliative and end-of-life yoga therapy. Robyn also is a Jukai student in the Mountain and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism.
Rob has been practicing yoga since 1967. He has studied with Swami Vishnudevananda and disciples, Swami Muktananda and disciples, Swami Satchidananda and disciples, BKS Iyengar and many others. He began teaching in 1975 as the years went by he tapped into these influences and developed his own integrated style called Anahata yoga (yoga from the heart to the heart). He has taught in the Huntington LI school system and Delhi Community College and operated a local yoga studio outside of Margaretville for 30 years.
The beautiful historic village of Andes in the western Catskills is accessible by the Adirondack Trailways bus from Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan.
Vegetarian welcome dinner is on Thursday evening. Friday and Saturday dinner you are on your own, you can go out to eat at the local restaurant or prepare your own dinner in the apartment you are staying in.
During your free time, you may visit some of the nearby restaurants in the Andes (the Andes Hotel, Wayside Cider, Woodies DIner, or Two of Tarts. Brushland is a top-tier restaurant in nearby Bovina) or enjoy an acupuncture massage arranged by appointment for 120 USD.
You can reach the retreat center by car or by Adirondack Trailways Bus from New York City.