A one-day retreat building immunity and community to strengthen ourselves for the winter season
Explore the many ways to find wellness this winter by engaging your body and mind for a one-day winter wellness retreat in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Escape the city bustle and nestle into your own body for an immune strengthening workshop, including yoga, sound bath meditation, crystal energy healing, and a winter herbal remedies workshop, during which participants will create their own herbal wellness tea.
Each activity during this six-hour retreat will focus on strengthening the body and mind for participants to experience a full day of wellness and self-retreat in this winter season.
Winter Wellness Registration includes:
- Guided yoga practice
- Deep sound bath meditation
- Crystal energy healing
- Wholesome lunch
- Medicinal herbal workshop
- Herbal tea-making
- Gratitude gift
About the instructors:
Maria Christodoulou is the Founder of Bliss Without Bother. She has participated on a variety of yoga, acroyoga, meditation, and writing retreats, both domestic and overseas. She is currently pursuing a degree in herbal medicine from ArborVitae School of Traditional Herbalism in New York City.
Christine Keller is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a 200hr YTT, and the Founder of Metaphysio. She is an orthopedic, manual physical therapist with a concentration in dance medicine and women's health, offering a hands-on, integrative approach to health and wellness. By blending numerous techniques, including yoga and muscle control, Christine uses an entirely specific, individualized system to diagnose and treat each body.
MJ Caselden creates immersive magnetic sound bath experiences using patent-pending technology. Most sound bath practitioners work with gongs or hand-held instruments; he instead uses electromagnets, vibrating metal strings on wooden sculptures, inducing resonance to create the sound. The experience is a temporary break from the sensory stimuli of an active life, allowing people space with their thoughts and time to inspect their own internal mental narrative.