Yoga Vacation Program
May 10 — 12, 2025

Mother's Legacy

A Weekend Retreat in The Bahamas

Lauren Walker

The deepest desire and biggest gift of The Mother archetype is to protect, nourish, and discern.  No matter what your relationship with mother is, you have the power of this archetype within.  And when you realize that you have internal access to all the things you’ve been looking for from the outside, you’ll have a huge gift and an experience of deep empowerment.

Join Lauren Walker in this weekend workshop to explore ways of accessing your innate love, healing, and nourishing energy.  Using the tools of Energy Medicine, Yoga, Journaling, Breathwork, and Deep Inquiry, you’ll leave feeling supported, whole, and joyous at your newfound self-understanding.  One of the greatest needs a person has is to be truly seen, appreciated, and accepted just as you are. These teachings will allow you to have those needs met in a way you may never have before. From these practices you will be anchored in the most ancient wisdom brought forth for our modern times.

Offered as 3 satsangs and 2 workshops (subject to change).

The presentations associated with this Yoga Vacation Program begin with an 8pm satsang on the first day of the program and conclude with an 8pm satsang on the last day of the program.  Click here to read more about the Yoga Vacation Program details and view the ashram schedule for yoga classes and meals during your stay. We suggest you arrive at least one day prior to the start of your program for the optimal experience.


Lauren Walker is the author of The Energy to Heal, 2022 (Llewellyn), which won the Nautilus Silver award for best Mind/Body publication. She previously published, Energy
Medicine Yoga: Amplify the Healing Power of Your Yoga Practice (Sounds True, 2014) and The Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription (Sounds True, 2017). Both books also won the Nautilus Silver award for best Mind/Body publication. She’s been teaching yoga and meditation since 1997 and created Energy Medicine Yoga while teaching at Norwich University. She teaches EMYoga across the US and internationally and has been featured many times in Yoga Journal, Yoga Digest, and published a feature article about her yoga work in The New York Times. In 2016 she was named one of the top 100 most influential yoga teachers in America.


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