Connect to Source Mindfulness Yoga Retreat
Time & Location
About the Event
Join Nicholas Hannar for a weekend of yoga and exploring the natural wonders of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
7pm - Opening Ceremony and Yoga Nidra
7am - Sunrise Kundalini or Vinyasa Flow
Midday - explore Pictured Rocks, historic Fayette, or many other natural wonders.
8pm - Hatha Flow
8am - Practice and Closing Ceremony
Create your own itinerary and pay only for the classes you want to attend. These classes are challenge by choice and are $15 dollars each to allow for the individual to create their own experience for the weekend. Please choose and purchase your itinerary in advance. Love offerings are also accepted.
Have no fear if you are a beginner - we all start somewhere, and yoga is about being mindful, not flexibility.
Have questions about the yoga retreat? Please contact Nick Hannar at 269 - 447 - 8892.
Ticket prices are per person. Your ticket includes a 2-night stay at Garden Grove Retreat in a private room with a private or shared bath. Meals and yoga classes are booked separately. Complimentary continental breakfast Saturday and Sunday is included in your overnight stay. Book early for best availability.
Please purchase your room-type ticket below.
Please contact Nicole if you have questions or would like to make your reservation by phone at 906 - 450 - 5042, or email gardengroveretreat @gmail.com.
About the Instructor
Nick Hannar has been a practicing yogi since 2017 when a severe back injury, caused by a fall into a waterfall, pushed him to the medicine that is yoga. A year later he started training, and received his YTT 200 from Karina Mirsky, during this time he also started training with teacher Kara Aubin. He studied under Kara for three and a half years, completing her year-long Sva Sadhana & Ayurvedic training. Nick is also a shamanic practitioner and energy healer and holds a Masters of Divinity from Ecumenical Theological Seminary.
**As is the case with any physical activity, the risk of injury is always present and cannot be entirely eliminated. If you experience any pain or discomfort you agree to listen to your body, adjust the posture or stop all together. You affirm that you alone are responsible to decide whether to practice yoga.
Opening Ceremony and Yoga NidraConference Room
Coffee and Continental Breakfast