Restore & Renew: A Yoga Retreat to Flow into Spring
March 1 - 3, 2019
Transition into springtime through a beautiful three-day yoga retreat at the cozy Dragonfly Yoga Barn in North Sandwich, New Hampshire hosted by Anne Patrick and Eva Christopherson. Over two nights and three days you’ll be treated to amazing locally-sourced vegetarian food, and energizing vinyasa yoga balanced with grounding restorative yoga classes. These classes will be specially designed to replenish and restore mind and body as we welcome the new season. There will be plenty of time for optional outdoor activities such as snow-shoeing* or wandering the untouched acreage surrounding the yoga barn. For times you want to lay low, our retreat site boasts a fabulous outdoor hot tub, a fireplace to curl up next to during mealtimes, or you can book a relaxing massage with an in-house massage therapist*.
*additional booking fee
Your $475 investment in yourself includes all meals, weekend stay in our beautiful bunk rooms, and twice daily yoga classes.
280 Bennett St, North Sandwich, NH 03259
Space is limited and retreats to this facility always sell-out, so book soon!
Meet your Retreat Leaders
Eva Christopherson first found yoga when she dropped into a class while studying piano at Berklee College of Music. The physicality of the practice caught her interest right away, and how light and balanced she felt after class is what made yoga a consistent part of her life. Each week Eva's classes vary on a certain body part, muscle, philosophy, and more, but the flow is always structured and aligned with space to modify and move with the breath. Her intention in class is for students to listen more, and to find the courage to step out of their comfort zone while not taking it all too seriously.
Anne Patrick, an adventurous and playful yogi at heart, believes in the connecting power of yoga. Teaching since 2009, Anne leads with a desire to create a supportive space for her students to reconnect to themselves through being present in breath and to explore through mindful movement. She designs her sequences to be both challenging and rejuvenating. Deeply caring about the structural alignment of each pose, Anne first addresses the physicality, then layers in the subtle elements of the practice. With a degree in Biology and Psychology, Anne studied the impact of yoga on the mind and body and believes in yoga’s inherent value for holistic wellbeing. Anne received her 200HR from Back Bay Yoga, and her 500HR from Super Soul Farm led by Raghunath Cappo, where she spent a month living and learning at Radhanath Swami’s Govardhan Eco Village in Mumbai, India.