Empower Your Truth Yoga Retreat


Join Kyler Brady and Belinda Fleming for our Empower Your Truth Yoga Retreat – October 2020.

Speaking our truth is often challenging, but so vital. Every time we share and explore our voices, we are putting ourselves first. Are you interested in a weekend to reconnect with yourself?

Collectively, we are going to walk our talk, sing our heart’s song and live our soul’s truth through the practice of yoga. Nourishing our body & soul at the Heartwood Retreat Center tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Give yourself a weekend of yoga, meditation and connection. Namaste SOL Family.

Check out the Yoga Retreat Center at heartwood for directions and other information.

SOL Yoga Retreat Africa


Join our SOL Yoga tribe as we take our yoga practice to the top of the highest snow-capped, free-standing mountain in the world! We will hike, yoga, meditate & repeat for 8 days while climbing to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. This will truly be a journey of the self, through the self and to the self. Against the magnificent backdrop of the most beautiful animals in the Universe – elephant, lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, gazelle, hippo and wildebeest to nameĀ a few. More details to come regarding this SOL-searing adventure.

Secure your spot by paying non-refundable deposit: $450 per person on or before December 31, 2018



When you have acquired a taste for the dust, and the scent of your first rain,
You’re hooked for life on Africa,
and you’ll not be right again.

Until you can watch the setting moon and hear the jackals bark, and know they are around you waiting in the dark.

When you long to see the elephants or hear the coucal’s song, when the moonrise sets your blood on fire, then you’ve been away too long.

It is time to cut the traces loose, and let your heart go free, beyond that far horizon where your spirit yearns to be.

Africa is waiting – Come! Since you have touched the open sky and learned to love the rustling grass and the wild fish eagle’s cry.

You’ll always hunger for the bush; for the lion’s rasping roar, to camp at last beneath the stars and to be at peace once more.

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