Fall Foliage Art + Yoga Women’s Retreat in West Virginia

Explore the interplay of yoga and creativity with Kimberly Wilson while enveloped in colorful fall foliage less than 2 hours from DC. The tranquility-filled weekend will involve yoga, creative play, mingling with like-minded women, an abundance of organic tea and mulled cider, and reconnecting with nature. Enjoy homemade organic vegetarian meals, reading in a hammock, campfire time spent savoring smores, and yoga on a deck overlooking the foliage. Space is limited, early registration encouraged.

Schedule:
Friday October 14th – afternoon arrival, 5-7pm modules, 7:30pm dinner
Saturday October 15th – 10-noon modules, noon lunch, 5-7 modules, 7:30pm dinner
Sunday October 16th – 10-noon modules, noon lunch, 1pm closing module, 2pm home-bound
Modules include: three all-level yoga and meditation practices, art: designing inspiration boards plus adding flair to your journals, creating an action plan for fall.
Investment: $395 includes meals, modules, lodging, tranquility-filled goody bag.
Cabins: Double occupancy lodging in 4-bedroom cabins with private bathrooms, fireplace, cathedral ceilings, and full kitchen.
Register: Upon registration you will receive directions, packing list, and more. Transportation is on your own. Approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes from Washington, DC.

4 thoughts on “Fall Foliage Art + Yoga Women’s Retreat in West Virginia

  1. Anonymous

    July 26, 2011 at 6:57pm

    Is this all women? And how many spaces are there?

    thank you. Holley

  2. kimberly wilson

    July 26, 2011 at 7:08pm

    Hello Holley,

    Yes, it is a women’s retreat and I updated the title to clarify. There are 10 spots left. Hope you can join us!

  3. Anonymous

    August 2, 2011 at 3:30pm

    Hello, I live in WV, and if this is close to home in Charleston I’d love to come. Can you tell me the location?

    Thanks!

    Stacey

  4. Tim @ Tranquil Space

    August 2, 2011 at 3:37pm

    Hi Stacey! We’ll be about 5 hours from you, between Berkeley Springs and Hedgesville right off of Hwy 9. A bit of a drive, but we hope you can come!

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