Overlooking the hills of Coastal Maine, Rolling Meadows is a 100-acre meditation and yoga retreat center that provides a quiet environment for renewal of the mind and body. Come here to discover your center amidst the untouched beauty of the natural world.
This peaceful Retreat Center offers silent meditation and yoga retreats for up to 11 participants.
The sessions take place throughout the year and are held in a New England farmhouse that was originally built in the mid-1800s. The sun-filled rooms and endless views offer guests a feeling of openness and calm while in meditation. To add to the tranquility, the facility is surrounded by 100-acres of walking trails, fields, gardens and even houses a spring-fed swimming pool.
Each day visitors can expect to take part in meditation and have the opportunity to attend a variety of session that includes hatha yoga, yin and restorative yoga, pranayama, and time for personal self-discovery. Time is allotted for guests to enjoy solitude, reflective silence, and to enjoy the beauty and calm of the natural setting when they are not taking part in guided sessions.
At Rolling Meadows, the staff and teachers provide a supportive environment for all guests.
Whether you seek to deepen an existing practice or are a beginner, their staff is there to assist you on your journey. The teachers are available to lead you as you examine habitual patterns of behavior, examine issues in your life that trigger stress, seek to find balance and digest and let go of negative energies that may be adding to an unbalanced spiritual life.
During group yoga sessions guests will have the rare opportunity of shared silence as a means of experiencing a restful/natural state. It is believed that through silence and silent meditation, guests will learn to connect to their own True Nature. Lead by Sunyata (Patricia) and Surya, the silent community is there to create a supportive environment for guests to open themselves to inner silence, which allows the mind and body to quiet themselves to the outside beliefs that we have been conditioned to follow.