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…to your escape on the lake

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Upcoming Retreats:

Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10

SPRING YOGA RETREAT with Lynne McNett

Spring sunshine, cool water, bluebonnets, and … yoga! Please join Lynne McNett and Leslie McCulloch at Living Waters Resort on the shores of Lake Travis for a weekend of fun people doing serious yoga.

The yoga: Lynne teaches a progressive approach that gradually deepens poses within safe boundaries. All categories of poses will be visited, with a focus on balancing energy in mind and body. This workshop is for mixed-level abilities. If you question your ability, please talk to Lynne. Lynne McNett has trained and taught in the Iyengar style of yoga for 30 years. She is passionate and knowledgeable about making yoga adaptable to people of all ages and abilities. Lynne has a deep understanding of anatomy and her background in dance improvisation gives her teaching a light-hearted but realistic tone. She commits herself deeply to the belief that anyone can physically benefit from yoga and find more balance in life.

The package: 2 nights accommodations at Living Waters Resort 4 in-depth yoga sessions (6 hrs. total) w. lots of personal attention casual discussions and fellowship with like-minded yogis Breakfasts & dinners cooked in-house by teams –or we can choose catering The cost:

  • Cost of retreat: $325.00
  • Drop-in sessions: $20.

Questions: contact Leslie McCulloch – mstuliplove@gmail.com or Lynne McNett – mcdance@sos.net.

"April is a good time to look for one of Texas' most prevalent heirloom iris - a tough survivor known as the 'White Cemetery Iris', or Iris albicans. It's a plant that has had a long journey getting to us - first used in North Africa as a decoration on gravesites, from there to Spain, and finally to the New World. It's a species cross that is unable to make seeds on its own, but spreads by being passed from hand to hand. You will often see it blooming where once a house stood, and it's able to survive unaided in pastures along the roadside, often half-buried in tall grasses and other wild flowers. The flash of blue-tinged white blooms give the plant's location away in the spring." - #aggiehorticulture #LWOLT
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