October 27, 2017 – October 30, 2017 all-day

Join Joanne and Rebekah for four days of healing in beautiful Soquel California at the Land of the Medicine Buddha.  We invite you to unplug and take rest from the daily stressors of life.  Together we’ll explore YTR concepts that will deepen your understanding of trigger points, habit patterns, and the ways back to your heart center. Through mindfulness techniques, asana, sound healing, expressive art, moments of silence, and journaling, we will peel back the layers and build deeper connection with the Self. You will be ready to return to daily life feeling recharged, regulated, centered, and fluid.

Dates:  Friday, 10/27-Monday, 10/30

What’s included:

Accommodations for 3 nights

Dinner on Friday

B/L/D on Saturday and Sunday

B/L on Monday

Morning, afternoon, and evening sessions on Saturday and Sunday

Morning and closing session on Monday (ends at 2pm)

Early Bird pricing (register by 7/30)



Regular Pricing



Space is limited.  Contact Joanne, at to process registration.

About the Teachers:

Joanne is an ERYT500 and earned her certification through Jennifer Prugh’s, YA certified “Joy of Yoga” teacher training.  Joanne teaches classes, workshops, teacher trainings, as well as running retreats locally and internationally.  She is co-founder of the Yoga for Trauma Recovery Program.  She teaches trauma informed yoga at the VA Hospital in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and San Jose, California and has voluntarily taught yoga to women incarcerated at the Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas and the Center for Survivors of Torture in San Jose.

Rebekah Tayebi is the founder of Satya Family Coaching, a yoga inspired in-home service that provides therapeutic support to teens, young adults, and their parents. She earned her Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University and has devoted her career to working intensively with families. Rebekah is a 500-hour Joy of Yoga certified teacher. She piloted a yoga for teens program in a residential treatment center for young women during her time as a primary therapist. She has worked with trauma throughout her career and feels honored to be a witness to those in recovery.