Spring Break Family Retreat
Leslie Gossett and Kate Raddock
March 27–31, 2017
Adult Tuition $150, Child Tuition (>3 years) $100, 2nd Child Tuition $75
Spend your spring break breathing in the mountain air with your whole family. Spring Break Family Retreat offers relaxation and connection through yoga classes, meditation sessions, nature exploration, a children’s program, and family activities. Days are spacious and provide many opportunities to nourish your body, mind, and relationships. Parents will be offered a chance to practice with other parents, and children will take part in a rich program of mindfulness, meditation, and yoga taught through stories, songs, and play. Families can come together for activities such as hikes, games, or evenings by the fire.
All sessions are optional; you may attend as many or as few formal sessions as you like, and craft the perfect retreat for your family.
Lodging prices are deeply discounted from our normal rates to make this program more available to families. We hope you can join us!
Leslie Gossett is the Director of Family and Children’s Programming for Northern California Shambhala and founder of Be You Yoga and Mindfulness for Families and Children. She has worked with children for over 19 years. She is a certified yoga teacher for children and adults, a Meditation Guide in the Shambhala tradition, and a nanny to four amazing beings. She is dedicated to creating spaces for humans (and especially small ones) to connect with the strength and wisdom of their own hearts. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Kate Raddock has been working as a body educator since 2009. A certified yoga teacher, massage therapist, and meditation guide, Kate is dedicated to generating a gentle, rich, and therapeutic space that heals the entire psychosomatic system. Her teachings point people to an embodied discovery of their own natural well-being, uncovering more about themselves through movement, feeling, and touch. She enjoys exploring the entire range of human experience and finds wisdom to be present in every moment.