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Stress Relief and Relaxation Weekend Retreat with Lila Lolling

Thursday, May 4, 2023 @ 2:00 pm - Sunday, May 7, 2023 @ 12:00 pm EDT

Cost: $95 + Accommodations


Stress is the main source of physical, mental, and emotional suffering. Even though today’s lifestyle is filled with daily stressors, it is possible to manage and reduce them. Through yogic practices and time in nature, you’ll learn just how to mitigate stress before it impacts your life.


Join us for a weekend retreat dedicated to education about the effects of stress, while learning practical tools to relax your nervous system, calm your mind, and open your heart. These simple steps can help you reclaim a life of deep and lasting inner peace, regardless of the tides of life.

Program Schedule


2:00pm      Check-in
4:00pm      Hatha Yoga Class
6:00pm      Dinner
7:00pm      Orientation
8:00pm      Satsang*
10:30pm    Lights Out

Friday, Saturday

5:30am      Wake Up Bell
6:00am      Satsang* or Silent Walk
8:00am      Hatha Yoga Class
10:00am    Brunch
1:00 pm    Workshop
4:00pm     Dedicated Relaxation Time = whether Hatha Yoga, yoga nidra, or time in nature.
6:00pm      Dinner
8:00pm      Satsang*
10:30pm    Lights Out


5:30am      Wake Up Bell
6:00am      Satsang* or Silent Walk
8:00am      Hatha Yoga Class
10:00am    Brunch
11:00am    Closing Circle
12:00pm    Room Check-Out

* Satsang – 30-minute silent meditation, kirtan / chanting, spiritual lecture.
Daily activity schedule, and/or possible changes, will be announced at morning Satsang.

Arrival & Departure Information

•   Thursday – 2:00pm
•   Sunday – 12:00pm (room checkout)
Planning to arrive and depart here by bus?
See more information.

Covid Policy

Please review our Covid Health & Safety Policy before registering.

Registration Information

Registration is recommended at least 3 day before the start of the program.

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Lila Lolling is the author of Walking the Ancient Path of Yoga and a Sivananda affiliate teacher for over 20 years. Her work focuses on the intersection between Yoga and the current crises we face today. She blends traditional yogic wisdom, environmentalism, and emotional healing into her offerings, assisting people in living a passionate life rooted in reverence, reciprocity, and regeneration. She advocates for yoga as a tool for the inner work, and a climate-positive lifestyle as the outer work, which is ultimately one and the same.



Thursday, May 4, 2023 @ 2:00 pm UTC-4
Sunday, May 7, 2023 @ 12:00 pm UTC-4


Sivananda Yoga Ranch
500 Budd Rd
Woodbourne, NY 12788 United States


The Sivananda Yoga Ranch