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K A R I  M A R B L E


Daylong Yoga & Meditation Retreat
With Kari Marble
at Point Bonita YMCA Environmental Education & Retreat Center
Marin Headlands

Sunday, November 14, 2021    *     9:30am - 4:30pm

All levels of experience welcome. Space is limited to 15 participants. Sign up today!

Full Covid vaccination required.
Fee: $180 (nonrefundable unless due to illness, in which case 30% refundable)
The retreat includes: a full day of yogic practices, a delicious vegetarian lunch, and tea.
To register: please email

“Kari is an amazing teacher. She carries years of experience that flow through her with

the grace of an adept. Her heart is open, radiating compassion and skillfully attuning.

And she can bring you forward from wherever you are right now - from the very beginning

of your path, to taking you to the next level after 20 years of practice.

And from the opening of your physical body to balancing of your energy body.

And much more. She is that."

-- Amber H.

The Point Bonita YMCA Retreat Center is in the midst of gorgeous wild coastal land overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay. It is just 15 minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge in the Marin Headlands near the historic Point Bonita Lighthouse. We will spend part of our day in a spacious, well ventilated yoga room and part of the day and outdoors.

About the Retreat
Come for a destressing, healing and elevating day of meditation, breathwork, Himalayan Kundalini & Kriya, asana, chanting, and perhaps a hike too, all enhanced by the raw power and beauty of the ocean and coastal bluffs. Learn through these timeless evolutionary practices to create an energy rich environment within to sustain you and propel you in your chosen direction.

About Kari Marble, E-RYT 500
A San Francisco-based yoga teacher since 2000, Kari’s yoga and meditation path launched at age 21 on her first of three journeys to India. She has been dedicated to deep transformation through ongoing study, practice and teaching of yoga for over three decades since, most recently including 14 years of Bhakti yoga, seven years of yoga philosophy, three years of yoga therapeutics, and two years of immersion in the Himalayan yogic tradition. Kari is also a yoga teacher trainer, massage therapist, and birth educator. She cannot imagine parenthood or life without the wisdom, adaptability, and resilience these practices build.