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Join Deepak Chopra For the Ultimate Wellness Weekend in NYC
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Join Deepak Chopra For the Ultimate Wellness Weekend in NYC

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Wellness Editor
Updated: 19 March 2018
With spring—the season of renewal—just around the corner, now is the perfect time to attend Deepak Chopra’s weekend of wellness.

If you promised yourself back in January that 2018 would be the year you finally start living your best wellness life but things haven’t exactly gone to plan so far, consider this the perfect opportunity to start over. Billed as “a journey of personal transformation and healing through our mind, body and spirit,” Deepak Chopra’s Restore event, held at The Dream Downtown, offers a full schedule of talks, workshops, and panel discussions to inspire and empower.

The weekend kicks off with a very exclusive dinner hosted by Chopra on the evening of Friday, March 23. Guests will savor a four-course Ayurvedic dinner from the team at ABC Kitchen, a piano concert from musician Iris Hond, and a “curated conversation” to aid in self-improvement.

Saturday, March 24 kicks off bright and early with a 9am yoga practice taught by Eddie Stern, owner of Brooklyn Yoga Club, followed by a guided meditation from Chopra himself. Other highlights of the day include a journaling workshop from “spirit junkie” and self-help guru Gabby Bernstein, panel discussions about healing from inflammation, a guided movement class taught by Sarah Platt-Finger of ISHTA Yoga, and a keynote speech from Chopra on the convergence of spirituality and science.

Day three, Sunday, March 25, presents a morning of guided meditation and sound healing from Chopra and NYC meditation studio MNDFL.

By the time the event wraps up you should be feeling calmer and more grounded, with a toolkit of new concepts that will help you take the best possible care of yourself mentally, physically, and spiritually.

Tickets start at $150 and can be purchased here. And if you can’t make it to NYC in person you can still tune in to the live stream, which starts Saturday morning and ends Sunday lunchtime.