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Letting Go, Beginning Again: The 2018 New Years Retreat

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Song of the Morning

9607 East Sturgeon Valley Road

Vanderbilt, MI 49795

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Who are you?

Why are you here and what is your place in the universe?

Feeling any pressure, sorrow, stress, or imbalances these days? Need a reset, new direction, a big shift?

Do you seek practical tools for challenging times?

This annual weekend at Song of the Morning Yoga Retreat Center centers around a simple approach to the science behind spirituality.

Come join us for a dynamic, focused flow to move energy, clarify, balance, and ground. Through a series a proven techniques, drawing from ancient traditions and modern understandings across the planet, we will explore our inner world together, and dissolve the illusory barrier between the outer world. Based on primal principles found in nature, exemplified in the permaculture movement, the way to return to a simpler way of life becomes clear.

This weekend we will walk away from that which stands in our way and into that which is available, lighter, greater, and real. Through the basic and simple practices of chi kung, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, pranayama, among others, it can be surprising how much can shift in such a short time.

Together we will breathe, process, and let go while finding our own way of celebrating the small things together. We'll create a space to share, to feel, to listen, and let go of 2018 in order to prepare for 2019.

This weekend is designed to be accessible to those on various levels in personal practice and path. You will have the support and guidance to refine and reset your practice, as needed, wherever you are at. If one is sincere in willingness to change, then there is vast opportunity for growth. All who are called to experience broader freedom and expansiveness, healing and wholeness are encouraged to consider joining us.

If you have never done a spiritual retreat before, this is a one-of-a-kind experience to open a new world of possibilities. Please feel welcomed and courageous in taking forward in your faith walk.

This year we're happy to have Ericka Tithof back to lead our hatha yoga sessions, and share her heart of service.

A more detailed agenda with many detailed specifics is available for sincere inquiries.

Some scholarships are available according to need.

Any questions feel free to contact David at innerouterservices@gmail.com.

Fee: $111.11

Lodging and Food are a separate cost, to be signed up for through Song of the Morning. Questions around this should be directed to them.

Here is the link:
http://www.songofthemorning.org/upcoming-programs/#/event/360/letting-go-beginning-again-the-2018-new-years-retreat


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Ericka Tithof is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Yoga Instructor & Reiki Practitioner. A Michigan native with a deep appreciation for nature and the integration of natural elements for health and well-being. Her initial training began in 2008 with a comprehensive holistic program including Massage, Reiki and Breathwork. Over the years her studies have included Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Bodywork, Meditation, various forms of yoga, as well as Anxiety, Stress and PTSD reduction through massage therapy.

She specializes in private yoga sessions working with both the physical and emotional body. As a Massage Therapist, her style is down-to-earth, warm, engaged and non-judgmental. Her clients report lasting results including less pain, greater mobility, more energy, increased joy in living, balanced emotions, and better relationships with themselves and others.


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David M. Hall began facilitating meditation and personal transformation in 1995. He has followed a student’s path of thinking, feeling, and doing, in a journey rooted in a dual degree in Philosophy and Comparative Religion. Over twenty years ago he took refuge in the Three Treasures and the Bodhisattva Vows with the Dalai Lama in the pre-dawn darkness of the Namgyal Monastery courtyard, and walked forth into a life devoted to serving others.

Over the past two decades he has undertook continuing trainings in building community and permaculture, developing an experimental eco-village full-time for ten years of that time, while offering many classes, leading workshops, giving presentations, helping run festivals, convergences, and retreats. He has studied with a variety of teachers in different modalities, including Chi Kung, Buddhist teachings, Rebirthing, Sant Mat, Vipassana, body movement therapies, nutritional sciences, Biodynamics, and sound/vibrational work.

Currently he resides in Ann Arbor, working on a variety of projects, is a horticulturist, and continues developing the collective Inner/Outer Services as a student in awe of the cosmos in a tulsi flower.

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NOTE: Arrangements and reservations must be made through Song of the Morning, with the information provided above. The "Free Ticket" listed here is due to keeping the registration simplified and in one location, rather than through Eventbrite.

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