autumn splendor

Menla Mountain  Phoenicia NY  October 27-29, 2017

Practice amid the foliage on our sixth return to the splendor of Tibet House's Menla Retreat/Resort/Spa. Nestled amid a forest preserve in the heart of the Catskills, Menla's exquisite lodgings, delicious cuisine and world-class spa are the dream venue for our three-day yoga intensive. Trailways bus to arrive for Fri 4:30 practice leaves Port Authority at 12:30 pm; catch a later bus and we'll save you dinner! Single, double, triple and quad accommodations range in style from summer camp to executive suite and are priced accordingly. Contact Carrie for inquiries/bookings.

Per-person fees below include:

  • five yogasana/two meditation sessions
  • extraordinary vegetarian meals (dinner Fri through lunch Sun)
  • pampering accommodations from dorm/suites w shared bath to deluxe private
    • $349 camping or coed dorm (cots, shared single-sex bath)
    • $479-$589 double rooms w shared or private bath  (single occupancy $649-$699)
  • Saturday night half-moon celebration
  • free time for hiking, lounging, and treatments/sauna/steam at the incomparable Dewa Spa

Weekend sells out. $150 deposit secures your space. email or use Contact form to register or get more information

 

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“It is difficult to put in words how I am feeling right now. I haven’t felt this light, happy, and faithful in months. Thanks so much for all your efforts in making yoga a rewarding and beneficial experience for me. And for sharing your wisdom.”
Aida W., Berlin

“Thank you so much for the gift of your knowledge, instruction and heart during the retreat.  I learned so much more about my body, deepened many poses and stretched physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”
Mary B., Sarasota FL   

“The retreat was just fantastic. I have been raving ever since. I think I sound like a big ole hippie to all my friends but I don't care. And I am definitely feeling the benefits. This retreat is and will be an instrumental point in my life. In fact I am not calling it a ‘retreat,’ just a ‘treat.’”
Lorenzo M., Boston

Great appreciation, love and respect for your generous, caring, mostly gentle, and always challenging teachings. You are the embodiment of two types of effort: joyous effort and effortless effort. I bow down with deep love for your gifts to us this weekend.                    
Jim H., New York