We are not accepting any additional reservations for 2021. Please contact us if you are interesting in hosting a retreat with us in 2022.
July 29 – August 1, 2021
Authentic Relating is the practice of welcoming the deepest expression of yourself in relationship to others. Join CMZC Resident and Authentic Relating Facilitator Keith McGuinnes for this 3-Day/3-Night exploration into authentic relating practices that will create richer and more meaningful human connections. Optional meditation with the Zen community and embodiment practices will deepen the experience, in the foothills of the majestic Sangre de Cristo mountains in southern Colorado.
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August 4 – August 8, 2021
In this 5 day retreat, we will focus on self-practice, and deep study in philosophy, meditation, pranayama, and asana. We will establish daily rhythms according to Ayurvedic wisdom as well as appropriate sequencing for the season, time of day, and class level. This program has a special emphasis on “divine feminine wisdom for everyday life.”
August 15 – August 21, 2021
If you’re longing for some time to truly un-plug, center yourself, relax and rejuvenate, and dive deep into your yoga practice, this is it. Charlie’s teaching style focuses on mindfulness and presence, attention to breath, alignment, and movement, all leading to stillness. The beauty and seclusion of the center will enhance the participant’s ability to move deeper into this inner growth.
September 13 – September 19, 2021
Join Christopher Sunyata for a sacred men’s retreat and practice intensive. Discover the profundity of being in the company of other men committed to depth and integrity. Through embodied meditation, breath, outdoor exercises, and interactive practices with the other men, you will clarify your life purpose, and reveal the depth of conscious presence within.
September 23 – September 26, 2021
Beating the Drum with Laurie Nusbaum & Tres Hofmeister
The founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei said that “ A true warrior contests nothing.” An Aikido practitioner strives to engage in a way that expresses acceptance of and relationship with all things. How do we sit, stand, and move in a way that expresses that intention? How do you experience the relationship between the aikido mat and meditation cushion? How do you come to know this for yourself, practicing with and through others? Please join us as we explore these questions and share our experiences of how Aikido and Zen practices inform and support each other in this 3-day seminar at CMZC. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register.