A 4-Day Virtual Women's

Yoga, Meditation & Self-Care Retreat 


with Sara Avant Stover 


February 2-5, 2022

Early Bird discounts end on January 3



The increasingly uncertain times that we’re living in are pressing us to do one of two things: evolve...or devolve.

Which will you choose?

To evolve, we need to regularly take time to recharge in our spiritual depths. 

To do this, we need to turn off the relentless faucet of technology and communications and to instead steep ourselves in stillness, silence, sacred teachings and practices, and self-care– at least for short stretches.

This retreat– designed to mirror my longer, annual, in-person, residential retreat (that’s still on “pause” due to COVID)– provides a chance to take a break from the whirl of the world and to do just this, within the safety of your own home. 

Even though we’re meeting virtually, this will still be an incredibly potent container for respite, connection, and transformation. 

Together, we’ll journey from your surface to your depths, all the way into your deepest heart. There lies the guidance you need to face whatever is unfolding in your life, and in our world. 

This is why all true spiritual paths always lead back to….the heart. 

Anchored in your deepest heart, you have access to everything you need to not only heal but also to thrive– even in the midst of tremendous adversity. Your deepest heart is your greatest refuge, teacher, ally, and beloved. 

During our four days together, we’ll explore practices to bring you back to your deepest heart when you get stressed and ungrounded, as well as ways to remove any blocks you have to accessing your heart’s truth and how to deepen trust in the wisdom you find once you’re there. 

If you’re feeling tired, lonely, overwhelmed, ungrounded, stressed, or simply like you need to hit the pause button on your life for a bit, this retreat is for you. 

“I just wanted to extend a quick thank you for creating this space for us women. It has been the medicine I need in my life right now.


Your way of bringing us into meditation resonates with me in a way that I haven't experienced in the past decade of exploring and practicing meditation. Thank you.”


- Heather Parsons



While this retreat will be held in Mountain Time zone (Denver), it’s available to participants around the world. 

The schedule includes daily talks and Q&A, along with group exercises, guided yin and slow flow yoga practices, periods of guided and silent meditation, and ample time for rest and self-care. 

It’s recommended that you unplug and observe silence throughout the duration of this retreat. However, if that’s not possible, you’re welcome to integrate this into your daily life in a way that works for you.


Sample Daily Schedule*:


9:30 am -12:30 pm MT: 

  • Dharma talk with Sara
  • Periods of guided and silent meditation (sitting and walking)
  • Guided Slow Flow Yoga
  • Dyad and Small Group Exercises 
  • Journaling 
  • Q & A  


12:30 pm - 4:00 pm MT: 

  • Meal break
  • Walk in nature
  • Self-Care


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm MT: 

  • Periods of guided and silent meditation (sitting and walking)
  • Guided Yin Yoga
  • Dyad and Small Group Exercises 
  • Q & A 


* The retreat begins at 9:30 am MT on Wednesday, February 2, and ends at 12:30 pm MT on Saturday, February 5.


"Sara’s teachings anchor me. They have me see and touch the world inside and outside in new ways. The meditation or yoga practice helps digest those teachings.


The teachings bring me deeper into myself. Anchored. Grounded. Empowered.


I feel more enlivened and nourished by being in this space. I’m thankful to be a part of this circle."


– Anonymous



While I encourage you to attend every session of this retreat, I realize that this may not be possible due to time differences, etc. 

A recording of each session will be posted in the Course Homepage within 12 hours of each session (and will remain available for 30 days after the end of the retreat). 

You can either follow the retreat schedule in your own time zone, or adapt the schedule to something that works well for you.

Those in time zones which preclude you from attending either the morning or afternoon sessions will be given space to ask Sara questions during the sessions you’re able to attend. 



Sara Avant Stover is a pioneering teacher of feminine spirituality, bestselling author, IFS Practitioner & Coach, and yoga and meditation teacher and trainer.

She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Columbia University’s all-women’s Barnard College. After a cancer scare in her early twenties, Sara moved to Thailand, where she embarked on a decade-long healing and spiritual odyssey throughout Asia. 

Her own harrowing experience with an abortion several years ago inspires this work today. Her teachings have uplifted the lives of tens of thousands of women worldwide, and she teaches at centers like Kripalu, 1440 Multiversity, and Shambhala Mountain Center. Her work has been featured in Yoga Journal, the Huffington Post, Newsweek, and Natural Health and on ABC, NBC, and CBS. 

“Being a part of this provides a rare respite in today's often over-stimulated and anxious world, to come together in a community in an effort to reclaim our sovereignty in our own body, mind, and spirit.


It is a gift to be with like-minded womxn globally, share space and time, create a pause to reflect and recenter, and then go back out into the world in contribution."


– Zina Mercil



Until January 3, 2022




After January 4, 2022


At the start of 2022, give yourself this gift of silence, sisterhood, inspiration, and healing.


If you haven't attended a longer retreat with me, but want to in this more accessible format...


Or, if you have attended one and are in need of a refresher...


I look forward to going deep and sharing sacred space with you.