The Joy of the Yogini: Women's Retreat
Colleen Saidman Yee & Friends
September 16-18, 2001
Menla is a serene and magical sanctuary located in a 320 acre valley in the very heart of the Catskill Mountains. Surrounded by a national forest preserve, we are able to provide our guests with a wondrous and tranquil experience. Throughout the year visitors can enjoy the fresh mountain air, abundant wildlife, and natural beauty of our valley’s exquisite landscape. Designed to meet the highest standards of comfort and convenience, our modern eco-friendly facilities are an ideal setting for your group retreats, conferences, and spa vacations. Menla offers first-rate housing accommodations, which our guests consistently rate favorably compared to other retreat centers.
This is a rare and unique opportunity to transform your life by cleansing, communing, and practicing together in a very intimate environment, nestled in Menla
’s breathtaking landscapes. Go home refreshed, rejuvenated, and relaxed, empowered by your fullest expression as a woman.
We welcome women at all levels of practice! Colleen Saidman Yee
is a graduate of Jivamukti’s Teacher Training program, a longtime student of Rodney Yee, and co-founder of Yoga Shanti in Sag Harbor, New York. Colleen has been practicing since 1988 and teaching since 1996. Colleen is featured in many videos and has also been featured in and on the cover of many magazines such as Yoga Journal, New York Magazine, Oprah and Marie Claire. She is the co-editor for the master classes in Yoga Journal for 2009. A consummate student, Colleen has traveled throughout Europe and Asia studying alternative medicine and spiritual healing. Colleen holds a certification in shiatsu and has lived in Calcutta, India working with Mother Theresa at the Home of the Destitute and Dying. One of her main projects is leading a teacher training program, along with her husband, Rodney Yee, for Urban Zen. Urban Zen Integrative Therapists are bringing yoga and other healing modalities into hospitals.
For more information or to register, visit our new website: www.menlamountain.org
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