Paul Menard, a yogi with more than 500 hours of yoga teacher training and more than 500 hours of training in Shiatsu and bodywork, announced a new partnership with enLiven Retreat Center in Vermont. Menard is the director at Karuna Yoga and Retreat Healing Arts Center in Western Massachusetts and has been fostering a thriving community. He teaches a profound appreciation of movement and mechanics while emphasizing the intricacy and form of yoga for the past seven years. The new partnership continues to focus on these elements at The Lone Wolf, an Exclusive Yoga Retreat for Men.
Running Feb. 24–26, The Lone Wolf Retreat invites men to join in fellowship with like-minded individuals ready to explore sacred male energies in a restorative and transformative way. The program is designed to offer self-reflection, redefining what it means to be masculine in the ever-changing world. Participants will join in community activities and enjoy and witness the miracles of Mother Nature in hopes to bring you back to their true selves.
Other activities include:
- Yoga designed exclusively for a man’s body
- Self-inquiry workshops, helping develop methods for relationship building at home and in the workplace
- Winter hiking, snowshoeing, meditative winter walks and snowball fights
- Activities inviting guests to find deep connections, introspection and meaningful conversations
Packages for single participants start at $1,105 and $908 for groups of two
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