October 16-18, 2020
$170 per participant


Return to the world renewed in body, mind, heart, and spirit
as we connect with the Breath of Life that sustains us.


The people in our lives only get to experience the best versions of ourselves, when we choose to practice self-care. Take a weekend to explore many different methods of care, including meditation, prayer, stillness, and relaxation. The nine different yoga experiences offered throughout the weekend will include Hatha, Yin, and Restorative traditions with options for beginners and more experienced yogis to get the most benefit from their time on the mat. You’ll also be equipped for holistic wellbeing off the mat with workshops on integrative nutrition and contemplative prayer beading. 

Your body will be fed nutritious, clean meals with all dietary needs met by our Conference Center chefs. There will also be plenty of time for rest and relaxation, time to spend in the beautiful natural setting – sit by the lake, wander in the woods, or just relax on your own!

This retreat is great for both individuals and small groups. The registration is limited to provide a truly personal experience with our instructors as well as with other participants. Check-in for the event will be 6pm Friday and the event will be done by noon on Sunday.

Questions? For additional information on registration and accommodations contact Elyse Grossman at elyse@wwumccc.org
For information and questions about yoga sessions and spiritual direction contact email Rev. Lenora Rousseau at pointeofgraceproject@gmail.com

Retreat Partners:

 Rev. Lenora Rousseau
Pointe of Grace Project/Pointe of Grace LLC
Creating Space for Inspiration and Transformation

Francoise “Franny” Long
Yoga Health Coach
Franny is a classically trained chef, 200hr certified yoga instructor, certified Rainbow Yoga kids instructor, a certified health coach, and an enthusiastic wellness advocate. Her focus on complete wellness, body, mind, and spirit was re-framed after a breast cancer diagnosis in 2016. After years working in commercial kitchens and running hundreds of miles training for road races, she realized that food and exercise are not the only pillars of optimal health. Franny has made an investment to deepen her own personal yoga practice, meditative prayer practice, and strive for optimum health.