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Retreat Duration:
6 Days

DoYogaWithMe Yoga Summit 2019: Practice with Passion, Precision and Purpose

Retreat Location:
Rhinebeck, New York
Over the six days, you will go on an illuminating journey through the diverse branches and styles of yoga, from meditation to mantra and hatha to vinyasa flow.
Start Date:
Sunday, June 2, 2019
End Date:
Friday, June 7, 2019
Omega Institute

What You'll Experience

Click on the Register button above to go directly to the Omega Institute page where you can register. The price will depend on the accommodations you choose.

Over the six days, you will go on an illuminating journey through the diverse branches and styles of yoga, from meditation to mantra and hatha to vinyasa flow. This multi-faceted approach to the practice will reignite your passion and curiosity, both on your mat and in your life. Key principles include strengthening the mind, finding lightness and stability, cultivating a strong breath/body connection, and living your yoga off the mat.


DoYogaWithMe Founder My first yoga class came when I injured my back and shoulder. I’ll always remember how uncomfortable and unpleasant that first class was. But I will also always remember how I felt afterwards: my pain had finally subsided. So I kept going to yoga, and the pain in my back eventually went away. As long as my practice was relatively consistent, my back was fine. My teaching style varies quite a lot, from very gentle hatha flow to a challenging intermediate class, while always weaving in a focus on body awareness, good alignment and effective breathing. I recommend my classes to students who are looking to learn the fundamentals within the postures, to understand core strength, to thoroughly stretch the body and access the deeper areas of the consciousness through meditation and relaxation. Yoga has been one of the key transformative forces in my life. It has taught me to be present and in my body, to feel compassion and empathy, to be in community and to confront the inner challenges we all have each day of our lives.
Fiji McAlpine is an ERYT 500 yoga instructor and is one of the founding yoga teachers featured on Her online popularity has grown significantly over the years, giving her global reach in the online platform, and has allowed her to offer frequent guidance to thousands of students each week. Fiji is now devoting more time and energy into bringing a personal experience to those who have practiced with her for so long. She has been offering retreats and workshops around the world to connect with her global yoga family and to share her love for this practice. To keep updated on her upcoming retreats, workshops, and teacher trainings around the world visit her website: Fiji’s personal practice and classes focus on vinyasa flow, infused with power, strength and precision. Having trained extensively in California, Costa Rica, and Canada, her classes are often described as a strong practice that allows students to face challenges with support and guidance, inspiring them to move forward fearlessly and more consciously. Over the past decade, yoga has helped Fiji through personal transformation, she openly shares about finding yoga to be a vital tool of healing as she overcame an eating disorder. You can find Fiji at Harmony Yoga in Duncan, BC, or at her website
Rachel first starting practicing yoga about twenty years ago to cope with the stresses of New York City, and stayed for the amazing mind-body connection. She also found that yoga helped her slow down, take a deep breath, and generally be a much kinder human being! After taking her first teacher training in 2003, she was hooked! She dove in headfirst, completing two 500-hour certifications, hundreds of hours of continuing education hours, and becoming a teacher trainer with Yoga Works. She became the Director of Teachers College for YYoga (Canada's largest corporately owned yoga company), where she created their 200 and 500 hour certification hours in addition to numerous continuing education programs. She currently helps yogis and yoga studios all over the world create excellent trainings and online courses. She loves teaching flow, hatha, and power style classes and continues to lead teacher trainings in Vancouver. You'll love her classes if you appreciate a keen attention to alignment, anatomy and detail! As a yoga expert, has written for periodicals such as Yoga International and the Huffington Post, made guest appearances on CTV, Breakfast Television, and numerous podcasts, and presented at venues such as Wanderlust and the Omega Institute. She exuberantly shares her knowledge and skills through coaching, her blog, YouTube channel, and free online classes.
Tracey is light, fun, humorous, and passionately dedicated to the teaching of yoga. She brings in everyday life, speaks from her heart and inspires her students long after they leave the mat. Tracey offers public and private classes to all ages, creatively sequenced workshops, teacher trainings, on-line classes, personal training sessions, and mentorship for yogi graduates. Tracey has a passion for youth, teaching mindfulness and body awareness in classrooms around the city. She offers group sessions for many high profile businesses and she hosts events with local DJ’s to bring a fun, and creative element into the space. Tracey was named the “Most Distinguished Teacher” at the 2017 Victoria Yoga Conference and sat on the selection committee for 2018. She is a graduate of McMaster University with a Physical Education Degree. She offers over 25 years experience in health and fitness, over 4000 hours teaching yoga, an E-RYT 500 hour and ACE Personal Trainer Certifications. She is based out of beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, has a love for life, her children, her partner, her dog, travel and study. Tracey loves teaching ~ moving bodies, inspiring minds and is beyond grateful for the life she lives!


Three times a day, Omega’s chefs serve up wholesome and delicious buffet-style meals at the Rhinebeck Campus’s dining hall. Chat with your peers over a menu designed with the help of James Beard Award-winning chef Michel Nischan that incorporates mostly organic, plant-based dishes sourced with extreme attention to sustainability and ethics.

Most of the meals come from local or regional farmers, there are always vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, and the chefs are happy to accommodate those for those with other specific dietary needs. And, if you happen to find yourself a little peckish between meals, you can swing down to the Omega Café and take tea overlooking the campus garden!

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Omega Institute’s Rhinebeck Campus is located at 150 Lake Drive, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. Clear directions from are available on the Institute’s website here:

For those who will not be arriving by car, Omega offers shuttle services to the campus from the local bus and train stations, a van service to the relatively close Stewart Airport, a charter bus from New York City, and a rideshare program to connect drivers and riders.

Details and booking for all of these services, as well as help choosing the appropriate method of travel for you, is available at:


$500 + accommodation
Start Date:
Sunday, June 2, 2019
End Date:
Friday, June 7, 2019
$500 + accommodation