Suggested Donation
  • Lenten Yoga - 1 person – $290.00
  • Lenten Yoga - 2 people – $500.00
  • Lenten Yoga - Commuter – $125.00

The suggested donation is the minimal amount needed to help us meet expenses. Those blessed with more may wish to contribute more and those who have less may give less.

Date & Time Details:
Friday, February 16 - Sunday, February 18, 2024
Arrive between 1:30 - 5:00 pm.
Supper is served at 5:30 pm.
The first session begins at 7:00 pm.
The final session will conclude before 11:30 am.
Depart at 1:00 pm after midday dinner.

Location: Spirit Center at the Monastery of St. Gertrude

Address: 465 Keuterville Rd.Cottonwood, ID, 83522

Contact: Tiffany McWilliams

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Lenten Yoga Journey

With Kay Totten

February 16 - 18, 2024

The season of Lent can be an excellent tool for us to deepen and enrich our spiritual journey.  Though it is often wrapped in the need to repent and “do more”; it is actually a time of hope; of longing for what Lent actually means:  SPRING. Yes, Lent comes during our winter month of February this year.  In fact, Ash Wednesday (the beginning of the Lenten time) is on the Feast Day of St. Valentine when we send cards and other treats to those we LOVE.  However, the focus of this year’s Lenten yoga retreat will be a deeper exploration of LOVE.  Can we explore the true meaning of LOVE–as found in the days of Lent when we realize that love requires DISCIPLINE, COMMITMENT and most important–REST.

The yoga sessions will be based on a model of Yoga for Healthy Aging.  All levels are invited.  It is encouraged for you to bring any yoga “props” you may have (blocks, straps, your personal mat, etc.).  There are some props provided for those who do not have these props or cannot travel with them.  Mostly, bring your HEART–ready for being stretched, disciplined, taught the true meaning of commitment, and given a safe and holy time to rest.


Kay Totten
I became interested in Yoga in my “later” years because (like many) I noticed a decline in my flexibility and balance. I also noticed an increasing challenge in remaining centered in my prayer life as well. What I was to learn through my exposure to Yoga was that it could be the beginning of a rich and fruitful spiritual journey as well. This led to my search for (and graduation from) an accredited Christian Yoga program (Yahweh Christian Yoga Academy). I have been blessed to be a “Yoga guide” for others in their own search for wholeness of body, mind,…
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