• 1-Small Private Room/Shared Bath – $732.00
  • 1-Single Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath – $934.00
  • 1-Single Occupancy/2 Twin Beds/Private Bath – $934.00
  • 1-Double Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath (Price is per person) – $732.00
  • 1-Double Occupancy/2 Twin Beds/Private Bath (Price is per person) – $732.00

Price includes the course fee, room, meals, and grounds fee but does not include taxes. Full price is shown upon selection of room type prior to registering. A 40% deposit is due at the time of registration with full payment due 1 week prior to the retreat start date. If you are interested in tent camping, please email us at info@elohee.org for more information. Cancellation Policy: The deposit is refundable, less a $100 cancellation fee, if cancellation is made more than 2 weeks in advance of arrival. If cancellation is made less than 2 weeks but more than 1 week in advance of arrival, the deposit is non-refundable. If cancellation is made less than 1 week in advance of arrival, registrant is responsible for payment of the entire retreat amount with no refund. This policy extends to all reasons for cancellation, including Covid-19. If you are concerned about the financial risk, we recommend you purchase cancellation/trip insurance.

Date & Time Details: Check-in begins at 3 p.m. on Friday, and check-out is at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Location: Elohee Center

Address: 251 Elohee DriveSautee Nacoochee, Georgia 30571

What to Expect: To help deepen your retreat experience, Elohee does not provide televisions or internet access (unless you bring your own hotspot). Cell phone service is excellent for AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Your car will be left in a secured parking lot, and you will be shuttled up to your room upon arrival and shuttled back down to your car at departure. Shuttle service to your car is available at any time. All facilities at the top of the mountain are within a 5 minute walk of each other, with some gravel roads. 2 cottage rooms are ADA compliant, and all cottage rooms are on ground level.

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Rediscovering Yoga, Beyond the Mat: A Weekend of Yoga and Community

With Sarah Ruiz, Jill Elkin, Renee Morris and Tanya Dunne

September 23 - 25, 2022

Join Sweet Tea Yoga for a retreat weekend of wellness and restoration in the beautiful mountains of North Georgia.

Our retreat begins with an optional hike off campus at a nearby hiking trail.  After check-in at Elohee there will be a vinyasa/yin class followed by a welcome dinner and an opportunity for discussion around our community bonfire.

Saturday includes an early morning yoga practice and a post-breakfast vinyasa. The afternoon will offer optional hiking, spa services, or quiet activity of choice.

We will also be leading a book club discussion on the book “Living Your Yoga: Finding Spiritual in Everyday Life” by Judith Lasater (included in your registration). The day will end with a restorative yoga practice that will set you up for a wonderful night’s sleep.

Sunday will begin with a vinyasa yoga practice and the weekend will close with a reflection affirmation and closing circle. This retreat is the perfect combination of community building and unscheduled time to restore and renew your yoga practice.

All meals are made from scratch, nutrient dense beautiful cuisine that is innovative and designed to bring nourishment to maximize your experience.

Sarah Ruiz - Group Shot
Sarah Ruiz - Yoga Pic
Sarah Ruiz - Mandala Hall

 

 

 

 

 

For more information visit https://www.sweetteayoga.com/

Leaders

Sarah Ruiz
Sarah Ruiz, RYT-200, RPYT is the creator and owner of Sweet Tea Yoga, Sarah began her yoga journey in a prenatal yoga class in 2005. She soon fell in love with the practice of yoga, with the connection of breath…
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Jill Elkin
Jill Elkin, E-RYT 200, YACEP –  My earliest yoga memories are from around age 8. I remember doing sun salutations with my mom in our sun room. I remember the joy of reaching towards the sky to greet the day…
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Renee Morris
Renee Morris, RYT-200 started her yoga journey at age 40. She never had a regular exercise regime until she found yoga. After one class she was hooked. She started for the physical benefits but has continued for the calm yoga…
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Tanya Dunne
I have always loved physical activity, so I came to yoga for the physical challenge and to work through old sports injuries. I took my first yoga class in 2001, and I could tell that there was something worth pursuing,…
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