TEACHER & PRACTICES
Jaime Boswell, your guide for this journey, is an advanced teacher of therapeutic yoga, a certified yoga therapist, somatic exercise instructor, and a lover of nature. Throughout the weekend Jaime will guide you through mindful and meditative yoga practices, somatic explorations of body movement, healing yoga nidra practices, reflective meditations and mindful outdoor walks in nature.
All the practices will be intended to guide you to a deeper awareness, acceptance and appreciation of your Self, and to your connection to others and all of nature.
Classes will be offered at sunrise on Friday, Saturday and Sunday followed by breakfast and a walk in nature. Classes will also be offered in the afternoons on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Click here to learn more about Jaime.
Santosha at Hillholm Estate, Kingfield, Maine
Hillholm is a stately turn-of-the-century Georgian Revival mansion overlooking the rural village of Kingfield, nestled in the foothills of Maine’s western mountains in the beautiful Carrabassett Valley. The mansion and carriage house offer 20 private rooms, all with en suite bathrooms.
Santosha is a yoga and retreat center with a dedicated yoga room, furnished with high quality yoga mats and props, so no need to bring your own unless you want to!
Other things offered at the estate include a sauna, jacuzzi, clay tennis and pickleball court, board games, books, healing arts and a lounge with craft cocktails and mocktails.
ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Check-in begins at 3pm on Thursday, September 26.
Kingfield is located in western Maine, less than two hours from Bangor, two hours from Portland and four hours from Boston. If you will be flying in you might look at all three airport options – Bangor, Portland, Boston – to see which would be the best fit.
If you are interested in carpooling or sharing a rental car, Jaime will be happy to assist in connecting you with others.
Check-out will be at noon on Sunday, September 29, following brunch.
Want to add on some exploring before or after the retreat? Feel free to reach out for ideas of places to visit!