Apr 24 2021


10:00 am - 4:00 pm



Spring Renewal Yoga & Meditation Day Retreat

Join Lynne for a morning of active yoga followed by a gentle practice in the afternoon.  Our day together will also include restorative yoga, outdoor guided meditation, along with poetry and inspirational talks that will nourish and replenish your soul. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Rising Fawn Gardens, students will also have the opportunity to walk the gardens, roam the hiking trails and sit by the creek during our extended lunch break.

Additional Information:

~ Yoga and meditation experience is helpful, but not necessary for this retreat.  New students to yoga and or meditation are welcome.

~Please bring your lunch, water bottle and mug or thermos for hot tea.  Hot tea and water will be provided.

~Please bring your own mat.  All other props are provided, but students are encouraged to bring their own props.  See below about COVID 19 precautions.

~ Rising Fawn Gardens is about an hour and 15 minutes from Rome, GA and is located at 521 Cureton Mill Road, Rising Fawn, GA 30738. After registering you will receive detailed directions. Please note that GPS can take you the wrong way.

~Registration can be done online or by calling Lynne at 706-767-0885.

Precautions for this retreat concerning COVID 19:

-The Yoga House is blessed to have one entire wall of sliding glass doors that can be opened up to the outside that will allow ample fresh air into the space (see picture above). There are also windows around each of the other walls for good cross ventilation of fresh air.

-To ensure social distance in the practice room and common areas, this retreat is limited to a small group of only 9 students. (This retreat normally hosts around 25 students).

-Social distance of at least 6 feet apart will be practiced indoors AND outdoors at all times.

-Masks will be required inside the Yoga House.  *Once you are on your mat, masks can be removed during practice. Masks must be put back on anytime you leave your mat. Masks are optional outdoors.   Social distance will be maintained outdoors.

-Students must bring their own mat and are encouraged to bring all their own props:   3 blankets, 2 blocks, strap and bolster if you have one.  If you don’t have some or all of these props, props can be borrowed at the Yoga House.

-Full refunds will be given in the event this retreat needs to be canceled due to conditions concerning COIVD 19.   *Also, please know that it is possible that we may decide to require that students wear their masks while on their mats during practice. If we decide to require to have masks worn while on your mat for practice, Lynne will plan to have more outside practice, with social distance.  Practicing outside while maintaining distance, will allow students to be able to practice without their mask on.

-Thank you for your understanding as we all do our best to balance being careful, respectful of others well-being, and still being able to enjoy practicing in person and soak in the beauty and peaceful setting of Rising Fawn Gardens!

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Lynne Jacobs
Lynne Jacobs

Lynne is gifted in her ability to meet students where they are and make yoga and meditation accessible to everyone. Her teachings integrate somatics, mindfulness, meditation, and sensory awareness, enabling students to find a greater sense of ease and understanding and awareness of themselves. She works with a wide range of students from all ages and abilities in a thriving private yoga therapy practice and public group classes in Rome, Ga and also offers domestic and international retreats. Lynne began her yoga practice over 20 years ago and is a certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists and is also a E-RYT- 500hr instructor with Yoga Alliance. Along with her formal yoga training, Lynne is a student and practitioner of somatic movement and mindfulness meditation. She aims to provide a nurturing space where students can cultivate greater sensitivity, strength, and a deeper connection and understanding of oneself and one’s sacred connection to the world around them.

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