• 1-Small Private Room/Shared Bath – $1,013.00
  • 1-Single Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath – $1,306.00
  • 1-Double Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath (Price is per person) – $1,013.00
  • 1-Double Occupancy/2 Twin Beds/Private Bath (Price is per person) – $1,013.00

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. Registration closes 3 days prior to the retreat start date.

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

Location: Elohee Center

Address: 251 Elohee Drive Sautee 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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Wisdom Rising

With Kelley Colihan Robertson, E-RYT, NBC-HWC

June 1 - 4, 2023

A three-night, four-day (Thursday- Sunday) sacred yoga retreat. Prepare to restore and remember your true Self and let go of limiting beliefs. We will practice yoga, meditation and sessions that include journaling to help you clear the way for divine energies to emerge.

There will be ample time to rest, enjoy nourishing meals, drink in mountain air and be in nature. Bring a soul friend or make new ones while you are here.

This retreat is designed for women who are ready to look deeply within in order to shine brighter and learn tools to sustain joy and connect to your creativity. All levels of yoga are welcome, as we will focus on practices created to lovingly draw us deeper into our hearts.

Magic happens when we gather to share our stories. We will have an opening and closing circle and a fire ceremony on Saturday evening.

Optional spa experiences or hiking excursions are available.

Testimonials

“Set in a peaceful, majestic location, the Goddess Rising retreat provided the perfect atmosphere for nurturing balance, reflection and spirituality. There was a great lineup of activities – from yoga to sound therapy to journaling. Kelley did a stellar job bringing her own loving nature to fostering a healing path for those that attended. I can’t wait to go again!”

— Retreat 2021 Attendee

“!!Loved this event! Kelley was fabulous and welcoming. She is extremely knowledgeable and very helpful with insuring the pose was correct in a very nice way. I would recommend this event for all levels! The accommodations and food were great and delicious! Go to the waterfall!!”

— Retreat 2021 Attendee

“The retreat with Kelley was beyond my expectations. It had everything: yoga, movement, communing with nature, warm nurturing connections with new friends and a magical spot to disconnect from the works.”

— Retreat 2021 Attendee

“Great retreat! Loved Kelley and the yoga, very in tune with the group. Enjoyed the options for reiki and massages. The Owners and staff were absolutely wonderful.”

DATE & TIME DETAILS: Check-in begins on Thursday June 1 at 3 p.m. and check out will be on Sunday at 1 p.m. Please plan to stay the entire time.

If you have any questions or would like additional information about this retreat, please contact Kelley at  kelley@avolvewellness.com  or visit  www.avolvewellness.com

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Leader

Kelley Colihan Robertson, E-RYT, NBC-HWC
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