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The Place of Peace offers a Private Day Retreat Facility

The divinely designed Place of Peace Day Retreat is taking reservations for 2018 rentals perfect for yoga, meditation retreats, personal training, healthy cooking classes or birthday or retirement parties. The tranquil setting on five secluded acres allows connection to self, nature and like-minded people.

The bright, open, loft -style yoga studio was designed according to feng shui principles connecting to the light within. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings under the gazebo tents on the 1,000-square-foot patio nestled by nature and get rid of what no longer serves us in the fire pit. The property has access to walking trails, as well as Kemah Lake, rated one of the most pristine lakes in Sussex County to be enjoyed by all with its beauty and abundance of wildlife. Lake amenities includes a private beach and motor-free boating, which permits the perfect opportunity for stand-up paddling.

Location: Newton, NJ. For more information, call 201-469-6307 or email Linda_Tironi@yahoo.com for a digital brochure.

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