• $895.00 – For 1 guest in Private Room (Shared Cottage with 1 other guest)
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Summer Glow: Reignite your body, mind and spirit!

August 16 - 18, 2024

We welcome Anusara Teacher Suzanne Zuber from Berkeley for a vibrant summer retreat!

Join Suzanne for a luscious weekend of flowing Yoga asana, breathwork, and meditation, nourished by the kind company of like-minded souls, clean food, calm spaces, and the vibrant beauty of Ratna Ling’s landscapes. The full yogic practices are designed to help you increase your sense of color, spaciousness, contentment and deep seated joy, drawing on the abundance of the summer months. Suzanne’s Asana flows, taught in the alignment-based, heart-centered Anusara method, will help open and strengthen your hips, back, and shoulders for an easeful feeling that extends into all layers of your being. Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Yogis are invited to join in this celebration of Summer Fullness.

3pm Check in
4:00-5:30pm Gentle Yoga
5:30-6:30pm Dinner
7:00-8:00pm Opening Circle and Yoga Nidra (Color Body Scan)

7:30am Pranayama and Meditation
8 am Breakfast
Free time for Journaling or Strolling in Nature
10:00 Invigorating Vinyasa Flow, Pranayama, and Meditation
12:15-1:15pm Lunch
4pm Hatha Yoga
5:30pm Dinner
7pm – Satsang (a sacred gathering)

7:30am Pranyama and Meditation
8-10am Vinyasa + Closing Circle
10am Sunday Brunch
12pm Checkout


About Suzanne
Suzanne Zuber, E-RYT 500, certified Anusara Yoga Instructor and teacher trainer, has been teaching Yoga for 15 years. She studied classical asana and philosophy as well as cutting-edge anatomy and therapeutics with some of the world’s most skilled teachers, including Noah Mazé, Sianna Sherman and Douglas Brooks, as well as meditation masters Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach. From a young age, Suzanne understood the world around her through kinetic movement our body’s relationship with gravity, and through a keen visual sense of ‘line and color in space.’ Growing up, she spent week-ends immersed in the colorful worlds of Kandinsky, Monet, and other early modern artists. These abstract works felt just as real as the vibrant landscapes of mountain, woods, water, and sky of the Bavarian alps that surrounded her every day. Later, she studied interior design, art, and architecture, and curated exibitions in Art Museums. She brings this personal history of vivid, multisensory life into her yoga teaching – helping you design your experience in such a way that allows you to tap into the sweetness that comes with being in the moment, in your body, your breath, and your senses.