Mini-Retreat at The Yoga Barn
with Paige Williamson and Traci Lee
It’s our signature sault108 yin + vinyasa practice brought to life in a one day retreat like experience. An opportunity to recharge and re-fuel your practice. Details below.
Please contact us to reserve your spot!
Join Paige Williamson and Traci Jo Lee for a 24-hour immersion into the work that we do on retreat with sault108. Enjoy a tiny taste of our weekend retreat in the classic city of Athens, GA.
Yoga stretches the fabric of our lives, shines a light on potential, and deconstructs limiting beliefs. When we are away on retreat and disconnected from our normal daily routine, we can participate more fully in the process of practice. We have an abundance of time to bask in the teachings and be supported by like-minded community.
-A healthy dose of GOOD food.
-A steady diet of deep and thoughtful yoga practice
-Content: We will spend time exploring our edges through the vehicle of our bodies, minds, and souls.
The concept of the “edge” has deep roots in yoga and is found across many styles, ranging from vigorous Vinyasa to the slower pace of Yin. In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, sutra 2.46 explains that every posture should be stable (sthira) and also comfortable (sukha).
Sthira can also be translated as strong, courageous, or firm—it embodies the challenge of a pose. Sukha can be translated as happy, easy, gentle and agreeable; it embodies the gentle comfort of a pose. When you are exploring your edge, these terms can help us understand the balance between challenge and ease.
Feb Overview: During our February mini retreat, we collectively skimmed (toured maybe) the surface of our edges, or perceived limits, with ample opportunity to submerge ourselves into the more subtle edges of our bodies, minds, and souls through asana practice, journalling, and meditation.