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It's BACK ... Our 3rd Annual

Sound Healing Yoga retreat at

Mount Princeton Hot Springs

Soak. Stretch. Expand.

Martin Luther King Weekend - January 13,14,15, 2018.












Relax and Renew, A new year a new  You!!!

Wrap up a busy holiday season by slowing down and going inward,

setting intentions for the new year to begin.

A wonderful weekend of Hatha and Kundalini yoga taught by husband and wife team Jason & Chris Anne Coviello.  Each class will end with a Sound Healing Shavasana,

intended to leave you feeling blissful and expansive.










All Levels Welcome!


Prices starting at $350 per person. (Based on 4 person Occupancy)

Pricing Details Below.

Includes private lodging, soaking and all classes.


What to expect:








Saturday Evening:  After checking in at 3pm and enjoying a soak, grounding walk or whatever you wish, we will meet at 5pm for an intro to the weekend, yoga,  and half hour sound healing shavasana (2.5hrs total, leaving plenty of time for dinner and a soak, as pools are open till 10pm)...   


Sunday Saturday will bring a variety of classes, meditation, soaking, free time, soundhealings, live hang /Gong and more.


Monday Morning (Martin Luther King Day):   We will meet in the morning for a grounding class and closing ceremony.  Check out is at 11am.  You may stay and use the pools that day untill they close.              

 Detailed Schedule Below


Breathe in the springs:

Spend Martin Luther King Day Weekend bringing in some bliss.

Rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit with yoga, gorgeous vistas, healing meditations, hot springs, a massage at the spa, and crisp mountain air. Breathe in the fresh air and remember that breath is truly the key to your highest consciousness and most brilliant life.




















General Info:

The setting is nestled at the base of Mt. Antero and Mt. Princeton along the Chalk River at a beautiful hot springs resort. Besides soaking in the healing waters the stay will include Meditation, Yoga and Sound Healing Sessions guided by Jason and Chris Anne.   The focus of the yoga sessions are on slowing down, creating a more trusting and intimate relationship with the self, connecting to your breath and therefore the life force that supports, inspires and fills.  Attendees will be guided through  slow flow Hatha yoga and Kundalini kriyas. Each session will end with a Sound Healing Shavasana. In addition, Chris Anne and Jason will lead the group through a few guided meditations.


About Your Teachers:

Jason and Chris Anne are both long time Yogis and Sound Healers. The Tibetan Singing Bowls and Hang are a unique piece of their offering as a way to deepen the stillness, dissolve stagnant energy, quiet the busy mind and create more bliss. 


     Chris Anne has been practicing and studying yoga for over 20 years. She has been teaching Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, for 10 years now. Chris Anne; owner of  The Healing Space Wellness Center,  has been a licenced massage Therapist since 2004 and is also a trained Reiki Master. With specialized training in adaptive yoga and teaching to mixed level classes, she has the expertise to adapt and create a safe practive for every skill level.  She believes that the practice of Kundalini Yoga has been an integral part of her healing and awakening and is passionate about sharing this technology with others. "The balance of physical, mental, and spiritual practice that Kundalini offers has always felt like home to me, from the very first time I tried Kundalini Yoga I just Knew:

"This is what I've been looking for!!!" "

Her hope is that her students have insightful experiences in mind and body that open them  to their greatest inner teacher and develop the courage  to follow that wisdom.


     Jason is trained in Hatha Yoga and believes in working with a slow flow, Yin style that is accessible to all levels.  The purpose of this yoga is to allow the practitioner to sit with the self, breath life force into the body and gently move beyond resistance.

    Jason has been on an awakening journey for the past 20 years studying and practicing the art of yoga and meditation.  His approach and philosophy to teaching is; “I believe in creating a space that invites and allows one the opportunity to slow down, create a more trusting relationship with the self and connect to the breath/Life force - that it may support and fill us with consciousness as we may move beyond our resistance with equanimity and into a state of being more fully alive, awake, and aware.   This practice can then be utilized into our daily lives, so that when we encounter resistance, pain, or any sort of challenging situation, we now have a practice and tools that help us slow down, be supported by breath/ life force and intelligence and act from the place of highest consciousness possible.”


The Weekend Schedule:

Saturday,  January 13th.

12-2:30 pm - Eat a healthy lunch and journey to the Springs.

2:30-4:45 pm -   Arrive at The Springs, check into your room, eat a light snack and orient to the resort.
6pm-8 pm - Intro to weekend, meditation, yoga and sound healing.
8- 9 pm -  Community Organic Dinner in our beautiful yoga facility. 

 (We will provide a warm organic vegetarian yogic main dish, salad, bread, tea, and desert.)

9 pm - Free time-Hot Springs/Lodge/Sleep/etc..


Sunday,  January 14th.

7:00 - 8 am Morning movement & Meditation (optional).
8:00am-9:30 am  Breakfast (of your choice).
10m-12 pm Yoga, Meditation, & Sound Healing Shavasana.
12pm-4:00pm  Free time Lunch, Hot Springs, Spa, Hike ect.
4:00pm-6:30 pm Yoga, Meditation & Sound Healing

6:30 - 7:30 pm  Dinner (of your choice)

7:30 pm Free time- Hot Springs/Lodge/Sleep/etc..


Monday, January 15th.

8:30 - 10am Morning yoga, meditation and grounding ceremony.
10am-11am Pack-up & Check-Out

Official end of Retreat at 10am, though participants can use the Hot Springs and Spa until 10pm that night!



Includes lodging for 3 days/2 nights,unlimited hot springs soaking & steam-rooms, yoga, hiking, Sound Healing, and meditations.


Cliffside & Hillside Room Pricing & Purchase options :
     All rooms are Private w/ 2 Queen Beds, private bath, mini fridge, air conditioning & heat, Keurig Coffee maker, Flat Screen TV with Satelite, blankets & towels and All Access Hot Spring Passes.


Single Occupany  = $650

Double Occupancy = $900 ($450 per person)

Triple Occupancy = $1150  ($384 Per Person)

Quad Occupancy =  $1400 ($350 per person)


                                    (Invest in your retreat below)


Food and Dining:

There is a General Store on premisses to purchase snack foods and drinks. The Resort has a restaurant- The Princeton Club- open daily starting with a coffee bar at 6am. There is also a juice and panini bar in the spa.


*Saturday night, the 13th, dinner will be served at our yoga space after the sound healing.  (We will provide a warm vegetarian yogic main dish, salad, bread, Tea, and fruit.)


* Sunday and Monday is dine where you choose, participants pay for their own meals.  We will provide tea, hot water and light snacks at our yoga space throughout the weekend.



Participants will have full access to steam rooms, saunas plus guest and adult only hot spring pools. There is Juice and Panini Bar inside before or after your Spa appointment to unwind in style. You can schedule your own message in a creekside room with a specialist in medicinal massage or oriental body work. Exfoliating salt scrubs and deep tissue massage are also available. (this is an extra service that you would have to arrange and pay for on your own.)

Hiking to Enchanted Cascade Falls:

This historic hike follows the old narrow gauge railroad line from St. Elmo to Nathrop. The gentle out and back route runs along the north

side of Chalk Creek and climbs slowly through forests and along the base of the mountain. Enjoy stunning views of the chalk cliffs on the other side of the valley. This is a good hike for all levels of outdoor enthusiasts. Cascade Falls is the turn around. The total hike is about 7-miles and takes 3-hours. It is all along flat terrain on an elevated trail above the chalk river valley.

Location and Hot Springs:

Located just 2.25 hours from Denver between Buena Vista and Salida in the Collegiate Mountain Range.

The hot springs are nestled between the chalk cliff canyons of Mount Princeton and Mount Antero, where participants will have full access to the healing waters of the hot springs from 9am-10pm each day included in the retreat package. There are 4 larger geothermal pools set up resort style along with more rustic cascading pools that flow directly into the Chalk Creek.

What to Bring:

Yoga Mat and cozy blanket for sound healings (you will be laying in shavasana for a half-hour or more at times.)

Meditation Cushion/Pillows for sitting comfortably

Refillable Water Bottle
Swim Suit
Clothing/Boots for outdoor walking in January
Snacks (there are fridges in the Rooms)

Water shoes for hot springs
Yoga clothes (Stretchy or loose fitting attire)
Clothing to relax in and for dinner in the lodge
(no dress code required)
Personal items

Transport to Mount Princeton:

Participants are responsible for their own transport to and from Mount Princeton Hot Spring Resort. We do encourage car pooling

and can help connect you to other attendees if you need a ride.

It is a 2.25 hour drive from Denver, so we recommend leaving at 12:30pm at the latest on Saturday.


Invest in Your Retreat Now!!!


*Eckhart Tolle says; "The primary purpose of a spiritual retreat is to transcend our conditioned ways of thinking and being & begin to usher in a deepening of human consciousness."    

                      ***So let us deepen our consciousness together. ***


















                                                                                      SHINE ON...      

Princeton yoga

A shot from last years retreat. This is an amazing room for yoga


Ahhhh... Simply delicious

Hot Springs Yoga Retreat

I Love this Place, This is the adults only section.

Bath House @ Night

It's amazing at night


Hot Springs along the river

Yoga Retreat

A full view

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