Restorative Winter Retreat

It takes courage to say yes to rest and play in a culture where exhaustion is seen as a status symbol.

Brene Brown

Restorative Winter Retreat

With Lucy Wilson + Anna Cantwell

Give back to yourself. Two of Samarasa’s favorite yoga teachers are teaming up to offer a sweet evening of deep rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation. This 2-hour grounding and nourishing practice will leave you feeling cared-for and ready to take on the holidays with calm and grace.

Space is extremely limited; reserve your spot early!

Workshop Details

Friday, December 20 7-9p

$40

Member Discounts Apply

Note that 50% of the price is non-refundable in the event of cancellation.

About Lucy

While studying dance in college, Lucy developed her yoga practice as a way to stay healthy – physically and mentally – and she has been in love with yoga ever since. She completed her 200-hour certification in 2015, and is pursuing her 500-hour certification, while continuing to teach yoga, dance, and perform professionally. She has a deep passion for anatomy and kinesiology, and is continually in awe of the beauty of the human body. Her goal is to help students create a nourishing and positive relationship with their bodies. Lucy taught on the very first day Samarasa Center opened its doors, and is ever-grateful for this community.

Aside from her role as a teacher, Lucy has also served students for the past 13 years by working administratively for various arts and wellness organizations. She is honored to hold the position of Center Manager at Samarasa.

Anna Cantwell

About Anna

The quiet solitude of yoga enthralled Anna from a young age, and Anna celebrates and explores many types of yoga. While teaching high school in Houston and receiving her Master’s degree, she fell in love with Baptiste yoga and practiced daily to relieve mental stress and physical tension. Forrest yoga was her next discovery, and it provided immense physical and emotional healing for her. She found that the alignment-focused, breath-based, build-your- own-heat practice was both challenging and rewarding.

Through a connection at her school, she discovered a Forrest training specifically catered to school teachers, and with that came a radical shift. Seeing her fellow teachers struggle under stress, she relocated to Los Angeles to teach yoga and bring the joy and peace of yoga to local schools.