Spring Retreat 2022
At N-Sid-Sen on Lake Coeur d'Alene
If you were paid & registered in 2020, and still want to attend this year, please email us asap so we can make sure your name is on the list first! If so, please remind me in the email if you had already planned to share a room with someone specific.
Located at beautiful N-Sid-Sen, we'll spend a weekend practicing yoga, hiking, canoeing, anything at all! You get to decide how active or relaxed you want to be! There's no requirement to participate in anything specific, so you can make the weekend your own.
All the details are below, including registration information. Please read fully and let us know if you have any questions!
N-Sid-Sen (on lake Cda--absolutely beautiful!)
36395 S Highway 97
Harrison, Idaho 83833
May 6-8 2022
Check in time: 5 p.m. Friday, May 6th
Check out time: 11 a.m. Sunday, May 8th
(it's ok if you need to come later or leave earlier--see schedule below)
Retreat Led By:
Sara Teal, Tamara Milliken, and April Ensminger
Basic cost: $325/per person, double occupancy. REGISTER HERE
$425/per person, single occupancy (only 2 rooms available for single occupancy). REGISTER HERE
Includes a non-refundable $45 registration fee.
If you choose double occupancy, you can let me know who you want to room with. Otherwise, I will assign roommates. Some rooms can fit more than 2, but I will only be assigning 2 to a room for comfort. If you have a couple friends you want to share with, let me know so I can choose the right room for 3-4 people.
Refunds possible until April 20th 2022, excluding the non-refundable $45 registration fee. No refunds after April 20th 2022, for any reason.
Room, includes bedding.
Meals: Dinner Friday, 3 meals Saturday, Brunch Sunday.
All scheduled yoga classes.
Access to art room, kayaks, all outdoor activities, yoga spaces.
About the Facilities:
We will be staying in Spirit Lodge, a rustic 2-story lodge with 12 rooms. There are beautiful views of the lake, bathrooms across the hall of the bedrooms, and a large gathering room if we need to move our yoga inside (if the weather is really bad). There is an open-air covered gazebo/deck on the grounds which we've used for yoga in the past. It has beautiful views, but you'll definitely want to bring warm clothing in case it's chilly!
The dining hall is a short walk away from our lodge. There are walking trails (not paved) all over the grounds to get to all the different buildings.
The meals will be served buffet-style. Each person will need to clear their own dishes.
We will be following N-Sid-Sen's current Covid Protocol. Vaccinations and boosters are required. Masks are required indoors. Handwashing and sanitizing protocol will be followed in dining hall. Full description of protocol can be found here. Proof of vaccinations/boosters must be brought to camp. No refunds will be given if you are unable to stay at camp for any reason.
We will have the specific times listed at the retreat to view when you arrive.
4:30 p.m. Check In (it's ok if you need to arrive later)
Led Yoga Practice
What to Bring & More Info:
Proof of covid vaccines/boosters.
Mask for dining hall.
Journal or notebook. Pen or pencil.
Yoga Mat, any yoga props you would usually like/use. I will be bringing enough yoga blankets for everyone to borrow 1-2 each.
Clothing for springtime weather (outdoor clothes, shoes, yoga/exercise/comfortable clothing preferably layers since we'll be practicing outdoors--covered)
Umbrella or rain jacket if rain is expected.
Shoes appropriate for hiking if you want to hike. Sandals, tennis shoes, etc.
Towels for beach use (if you plan on kayaking, etc)
Favorite pillow/blanket. Bedding is provided, but you might want your favorites, or extra warmth. (the lodge/cabin is heated)
Any snacks/drinks you'd like (some people bring wine to share...). There is a kitchen in our lodge you can use. We will also have a variety of snacks available for everyone.
Phone charger. I know not everyone will have great reception at the retreat. Last time I didn't have reception (t-mobile), but everyone who had ATT seemed to have just fine reception. So it's safe to bet that most people in our group will have cell service. There is also a land line in the main office for emergencies. I'll have the number posted when we get there.