Meditation/Yoga Retreat Dec. 12 in Oxford, MD 9:00-5:00

                Turning Inwards with Suzie 

Our day-long in-person socially distanced retreat at the Oxford Community Center, will allow us to step away from the current stresses of life and turn inwards with meditation, pranayama, yoga, and quiet time just in time for the season’s busy holidays.

I will focus on teaching and guiding those, both old and new, in the Art of Meditation. The health and medical benefits of a regular meditation practice have now been fully documented and substantiated. Just as important are the psychological and spiritual insights that come to light to help us live a life filled with more joy and equanimity.  Our retreat will include:

Learning the art of Meditation while not going to war with our minds!

Yoga classes that are geared to opening our hips and freeing energy to sit comfortably for meditation. The classes will be appropriate to all levels. Hip and knee problems will be addressed and chairs will be available.

Questions & Answers with discussion

A delicious catered lunch prepared by one of our local restaurants

A simple yet committed Meditation Practice to take home with you

Cost:  $165. including a catered box lunch     Maximum students: 16

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About Suzie:

Suzie Hurley has been teaching yoga since 1981 and practicing since 1977. She actually learned Meditation three years before she began an asana (yoga poses) practice.  She is the former director/owner of the Willow Street Yoga Center in Takoma Park, MD.  She has a deep background in Kripalu Yoga, Iyengar Yoga & Anusara Yoga.  She has taught yoga and meditation workshops nationally and internationally, offers private classes in meditation and spiritual direction and is a Hospice volunteer.

Suzie’s devotion to inspiring and encouraging others to maximize their gifts and open their hearts to the joy that lies within is ever present and the mainstay of her teaching. She continues to be devoted to her own personal growth and creates a safe atmosphere where others may seek the same. She is an activist for progressive change on all things that bring us to the realization that we are one loving Whole and must work together as such. Meditation has always been the foundation of this practice.

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