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Oct. 26-28 Colors of Fall Yoga Retreat
October 26 @ 5:00 pm - October 28 @ 2:00 pm$425 – $600
Bask in the vibrant fall colors on the world famous Cabot Trail, Cape Breton
Join us for the Colors of Fall Yoga Retreat Oct. 26-28, 2018 at Cabot Shores! Experience yoga, hiking, delicious food and self care! We will explore the relation of the fall colors in connection to our energy centres, the chakras. Through yoga poses, discussions and interaction with nature, we will notice how fall colors help cultivate our lower chakras, keeping us grounded during the transition to winter.
All meals provided during the retreat will be vegan unless otherwise requested. Enjoy a rewarding hike to amazing look offs, and soothe your muscles with an evening hot tub soak.
Pick your own apples in our apple orchard and make delicious, fresh cider with our wooden cider press!
The early bird package with $250 deposit by August 31 includes:
- Daily yoga and meditation sessions with leader Blaine Carter of Embrace the Sun Yoga, Enfield
- 6 tasty, healthy vegan meals and snacks prepared by Cabot Shores’ chefs
- Guided wilderness hike
- Private or shared lodging in a yurt, lodge or chalet (subject to availability)
- Cider making workshop
- Access to hot tubs
- Access to kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddleboards
- Optional add-ons: Acupuncture, Massage Therapy
Early Bird Pricing (all taxes and fees included):
Private Lodge Room or Small Yurt: $600 (2 spots available)
Private Room in Chalet: $535 (1 spot available)
Shared Room in Chalet: $465 (4 spots available)
Shared Large Yurt: $480 each (2 guests)
Shared Large Yurt: $425 each (3 guests)
Reserve Your Spot
Limited space available. A $250 non-refundable deposit is due at booking, with final balance due upon arrival. Click here to reserve your spot online today!
About the Yoga Teacher:
Blaine started yoga in search of a cure for his constantly sore lower back! It started during random lunchtime classes at work, and then quickly escalated into a consistent Bikram practice. This sold him on hot yoga, where he has consistently practiced at Moksha/Shanti hot yoga studios ever since. Upon reflection things have come a long way from looking around the class to figure out what a downward dog looked like to completing teacher training in Feb 2015! Early in the spring of 2014, Blaine wanted to deepen his practice and be able to share his passion for yoga with others. Subsequently, he commenced and completed the registered yoga teaching 200 Hour course. “The teacher training really “stoked the fire” within…”