Every part of the physical body participates in the process of managing our emotions. Every gland, organ, nerve, bone, and muscle contributes to emotional patterns leading to habits and fixations that abandon conscious participation. There develops only a stimulus and a response. We connect physically through prayerful yoga to the container for all experience, circumstance, history, and prayer – the body – to explore shame and discover God’s spiritual gift of growth.
Check-in starts at 8:30 am, with a light breakfast on arrival. We will begin on our mats in the Chapel promptly at 9 am. A silent, nourishing lunch will be provided in the dining room mid-day and the program will conclude with Mass at 2:30 pm. Everyone will bring their own yoga mat (as a towel is not a safe surface upon which to practice yoga).
Beginners and experienced participants are welcome!
This is a semi-silent retreat. Guests are expected to maintain a sacred silence throughout the retreat, including at meals, unless otherwise noted. There will be periods of discussion and dialogue as and when shared by the retreat director.
Kimberly (Kimi) Nettuno, RYT, along with her oldest daughter, Hannah, owns Trinity Movement where, with over 800 hours of yoga training combined with a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Spring Hill College and her continued studies there to earn a Master of Theological Studies, she brings the beauty of Eastern and Western spirituality together in the practice of Christian Yoga.
Kimi believes that we are all unique, created children of God. She instructs others to connect with this truth by becoming aware of the breath – the living, moving Spirit within. In this simple act of breathing, we recognize God is always with us and begin to find God in all things.
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