Unplug, Tune In and Refresh
Join Jackie Dominas and Rebecca Galla-Jones in beautiful Serenbe just 30 minutes outside of Atlanta for a weekend of yoga and relaxation.
Your weekend will include four yoga classes, meditation, laughter, farm fresh breakfasts and dinner on Saturday, two-nights accommodations and great company. (see tentative schedule below)
Come for the yoga and take advantage of the farmers market, farm tour, spa, and hiking trails.
Questions regarding the retreat? Please contact Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Double Occupancy: Before Feb 14: $635 | After $685
- Single Occupancy: Before Feb 14 $780 | After $830
- Deadline to sign up: Feb 24
*Pricing includes taxes and gratuity and all payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
3pm Arrivals and Check-in + Welcome Ceremony + Yoga/Meditation + Unplug and Relax
Breakfast + Yoga/Meditation + Free Time (massage, nature, unwind) + Yoga + Dinner + Group Activity
Breakfast + Yoga/Meditation + Closing Circle + Leave Refreshed
Jackie has been teaching for over 10 years and has over 1,000 hours of teacher training with Bryan Kest and Yogaview in Chicago. She has witnessed the healing, powerful effects of yoga and is passionate about sharing the practice with others. She believes that yoga helps us create space from limiting beliefs about our potential and allows us to strengthen the connection with our bodies. This connection opens the gateway for being more present in life and a desire to take care of our precious bodies through movement, food and thought. She teaches challenging yet approachable classes with encouragement and love. In addition to teaching yoga she coaches women who struggle with emotional eating and help them finally get a body and life they want. Her weekly wellness blog inspires readers to eat healthier, take care of themselves and life more filling lives. Check out the blog HERE.
Rebecca took her first yoga class in 2001, soon after her return to the United States, after spending six years in France. Moving back to the States was a difficult transition, that was made easier through regular yoga practice. Rebecca soon became a devoted yoga practitioner, exploring a variety of traditions, including Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga. Upon completing her teaching apprenticeship, Rebecca taught her first yoga class in 2004, and has been teaching at highly respected studios ever since. Rebecca feels blessed to be a part Atlanta’s wonderful yoga community, and believes that everyone should feel proud of their practice, regardless of their level. Rebecca is also certified in yoga for kids and has been teaching children since 2009.