Silent Meditation & Yoga Retreat | March 22-24, 2024
$660.00 – $755.00
It is amazing how only a couple days of silence can create a sense of self discovery, inner calm, and camaraderie. Our Silent Meditation and Yoga Retreats give participants the opportunity to connect with themselves and others at a deeper level beyond the usual discourse.
This weekend retreat will give you the opportunity to revitalize yourself, unclutter your mind, deepen your understanding of yourself and others, and discover sources of strength you may have only glimpsed but now can come to own. Silence allows you the time you always wanted to put things into perspective, find the balance, and recognize what the signs of your life are trying to tell you.
All Registration fees include program activities as well as accommodations.
Scholarships: We offer a limited number of sliding scale scholarships for some of our retreats. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
PI Dorms refers to dorm rooms with non-attached bathrooms, located at the Prama Institute.
PI Private refers to private rooms with non-attached bathrooms, located at the Prama Institute.
PWC Private refers to rooms with attached bathrooms, located at the Prama Wellness Center.
All programs are currently being held at the Prama Institute. The two buildings are located a 5 min drive/10-15 min walk from each other.
Please choose an option below and other additional services if available.
PRAMA MEDITATION FACULTY
Sid has combined a career as a licensed clinical psychologist and yoga teacher since 1971. As a clinical psychologist, he taught psychotherapy and community psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and served as director of the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Services in a community center at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC over a period of 25 years. Since 1994, he has been developing a sustainable intentional community north of Asheville on 140 acres of land.
Howard has been practicing yoga and meditation for over 45 years. After receiving extensive training in the US and India, he has been sharing his knowledge and experiences of the science of yoga throughout the US and abroad. In 2006, he was a co-founder of the Prama Institute and has been one of the main faculty since then. His workshops and retreats focus on personal growth, lifestyle change, holistic health, the practice of silence, meditation, community building, and social transformation.