October 27 - October 30, 2022
When women gather together, we remember. When we listen and receive one another, we tune into ecstatic connection and sisterhood reawakens. Together we remember and reclaim our wholeness and sovereignty. Together we create and amplify the life we desire to lead, instead of living or surviving in the one that was created for us.
This season is one of my favorite times of the year for spiritual growth and learning. At this point on the wheel of the year when the veils are thin between our world and the realms of ancestors, guides, and magic, we come together to purge old ways of being and call in all parts of ourselves necessary to realign and remember.
Sister, you hold so much. With our systems set in overdrive, our attunement to our body, mind, and spirit drowns in discord. Let us reharmonize through simple yet potent healing practices and rituals that reset our nervous system so can rediscover who we are in the right here, right now moment. Together, we rise and remember.
ScheduleThursday, October 27th
Connie Viglietti uses her creativity and power of presence to hold sacred space from which transformation and growth inspire all who work with her. Connie is an intuitive healer (Reiki Master + Thai Yoga) and sacred container creatrix with an extensive background in yoga and me...
“I love Menla! The views are gorgeous, the organic vegetarian food delectable, the staff professional and friendly and the program’s top flight!!”
“Menla is indeed magical, a place out of time that is rich in presence. The vibrational quality of this sanctuary is palpable as well as the magnificent natural beauty. Healing, peaceful and luminous with Light, a pilgrimage to Menla evokes the proverbial Medicine Mountain, and yet it is so close to NYC. Our Ayurvedic massage and experience at Dewa Spa was transporting, regenerative and deeply nourishing. Looking forward to our next retreat here and sharing this treasure with friends.”
“Menla is a truly inspiring place to live and work. I can’t imagine a better environment in the US for me to be of service, help a very meaningful cause, and learn about Tibet, Buddhism, yoga, and the world of health & wellness. I have a tremendous amount of gratitude for Robert & Nena Thurman’s vision, not to mention for everyone else who helps make Menla a place I can feel genuinely proud to work for.”