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Stress Less Yoga

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Learn How to STRESS LESS

Discover a more purpose-driven and powerful you

Each Stress Less Yoga retreat is held in an intimate nature setting for healing the Mind, Body and Spirit. Here we enjoy nature as we learn to incorporate the Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga into our lives – both on and off the mat. Based on the best-selling book by Dr. Deepak Chopra, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, these principles provide a roadmap to awareness and the unfolding of one’s purpose in life.

A Stress Less Yoga Seven Spiritual Laws retreat is a journey for the conscious explorer. As we expand our awareness through the practice of yoga, we become more capable of perceiving the richness that life offers. Through yoga, we recognize that we are co-creators of our world. We begin to consciously engage in creating one abundant in happiness, well-being, love, and purpose.

The primary purpose of the Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga is not to champion a particular style or sequence of poses (asanas). Rather, it is to encourage the intention of using yoga to enliven awareness. No matter what yoga method you find most appealing (flow, hot, power, restorative, etc.) the Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga can add value to your practice.

Deborah Wendt

Deborah Wendt of Stress Less Yoga the Chopra Center Certified Instructor
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Retreats & Workshops

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Breathing is a science of enlivening the life-force throughout the body. It is practiced throughout the day, as it helps with physical and mental endurance, balance, and energy.

“Feelings come and go like the clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.”
Thich Nhat Hanh


Go deeper. See how AMAZING you feel after conscious breath, movement, meditation and connection in nature. Developing a body that moves well is the ticket to a place where you feel capable, confident and free.

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Clair Diab Meditating


Meditation is the state of consciousness characterized by stillness and inner calm. When you change your inner world, your outer world will change.

“Discover your true nature of lightheartedness, laughter, and love by breathing, moving and meditating. She (Claire Diab) is a true inspiration to all.”
Deepak Chopra


Foster close connections with fellow yogis and spiritual seekers who will support you on your journey. You will make friends and will last long after the retreat is over. You will experience:

  • Like-minded community
  • Loving encouragement
  • Lasting bonds
  • Thoughtful discussion
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Consider eating meals comprised primarily of vegetarian foods to promote lightness of body, clarity of mind, and openness of spirit:

∙ Made of fresh, local ingredients

∙ Aligned with Ayurvedic principles

∙ Consider vegan and gluten-free options


  • Balance
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  • Transform
Take time to listen to Deborah's Healing Light Meditation

Healing Light Meditation

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I am sitting in a small fishing boat just off the rugged coastline of British Columbia. I am watching a humpback whale happily feeding in the shallows between me and
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