Atelier Yoga

A space for Iyengar Yoga

Atelier Yoga is a beautiful new yoga space at 41 Union Square West, Suite 1103.


Iyengar Yoga Three Day Weekend Retreat

With Carolyn Christie

October 6 - 9, 2017


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Come participate in the mix of nature and consciousness at Menla Mountain Retreat Center. Many years of dedicated work toward building a conscious environment that heals humans, animals, plants, streams, balancing the elements, gunas, and the 5 winds makes Menla a very special place to do retreat.

We will take our time at Menla to cultivate a relaxed and awake state of being with breath, body, mind awareness. Carolyn will teach asana and pranayama in the Iyengar Yoga method and guide Mindfulness meditations. Participants should be familiar with the Iyengar yoga practice. All levels of practitioners are welcome!

A special treat for this weekend at Menla will be the opportunity to listen to Bob Thurman and Isa Gucciardi as they give their evening talks about Shamans and Siddhas

The vegetarian meals at Menla are prepared by a loving kitchen staff, the menu is created by a talented chef.

* Don’t delay! Space is limited.*



  • Private Queen – $1,133.00
  • Deluxe Double (Shared Room) – $941.00
  • Deluxe Quad (Shared Room) – $830.00
  • Single Room (Standard Shared Housing) – $876.00
  • Standard Double room (Standard Shared Housing) – $776.00
  • Standard Quad Room (Standard Shared Housing) – $763.00
  • Camping – $590.00
  • Commuter – $530.00

Price includes room for 3 nights, 9 meals, yoga and meditation classes, evening programs, lots of land to explore and beautiful space for practice.

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About the Leader

Carolyn Christie

Carolyn Christie began her study of both Buddhism and yoga in 1987 while working for the Peace Corp in Thailand. In 1998 she was initiated into the Kalachakra Tantra by H.H. the XIV Dalai Lama in India and began studying with Khen Rinpoche Lobsang Tharchin in New York. She presently studies with Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse and Bob Thurman.

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