Quiet Spaces: A Winter Retreat
With Gloria Baraquio, Kimberly Millard and Heldine Aguiluz
December 2 - 4, 2022
For your safety and ours, we require proof of vaccination from all visitors and residents of Ratna Ling Retreat Center. We wish to provide peace of mind for all of our guests.
As the season turns to more darkness and cold, our bodies naturally long to retreat inward. December is a time to reflect on what has transpired in the year and process all of the emotions and experiences of 2021. This retreat is designed for you to get quiet, to sit by the fire, drink some tea, let the mind settle, and just lay down. Let yourself be silent and enjoy the gifts of stillness.
This program includes:
- restorative yoga classes
- sitting meditation
- silent movement
- nature walk
- fireside mantras
- journal time
Classes are for all levels, both beginners and seasoned practitioners. We invite you to slow down with us.
Schedule (Subject to Change):
4:30-5:30pm Grounding Meditation – Gloria
6:45-8:00pm Restorative Yoga – Kim
9:00-10:00am Meditation – Heldine
11:15am-12:15pm Nature Walk – Kim
1:00-4:30pm Quiet time, hiking, journaling, reading, or bodywork by appointment
4:30-5:30pm Silent Dance – Gloria
7:00-8:00pm Fireside Music & Mantra – Heldine
8:00-9:00am Yoga – Kim
9:00-10:00am Closing Meditation – Gloria
12:00pm Check out
Born and raised in Hawaii, Gloria has been teaching vinyasa since 2006, studying Tibetan Buddhism since 2004, and singing devotional music since she was a young child. She earned her 200-hour certificate from Yoga Hawaii and her 300-hour certificate with Raghunath Cappo and Radhanath Swami in India. Gloria has practiced with spiritual, indigenous, and ancient traditions from Hawaii, Catholicism, Christianity, Baha’i, Agape, Vaishnavism, Hinduism, Zen, and Tibetan Buddhism. Her aim is to help each individual…
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Kimberly Millard, 500 RYT, discovered yoga when she was living in chronic pain and emotionally lost. She believes one must descend into the deep and dark places of the soul to find the light. Based on this, her classes are built from a foundation of compassion and encouragement to discover the mysteries that lie within. She teaches with the intention to serve and aim to anchor the ancient teachings of yoga into modern life so…
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As a Los Angeles native, Heldine has been practicing yoga since 2010 and teaching since 2016. She earned 500 hours of yoga certification with Shivakali Yoga, studying alignment-based vinyasa and elemental tantra. She started taking pole, twerk, and aerial dance classes in January 2017. Heldine sees yoga and dance as meditative ways to deepen awareness about one’s body and thoughts and hopes to give others the tools they need to find deeper self-love.
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