Yoga Retreat with Hope Knosher
Is it time for a get-away to disconnect, unwind and rejuvenate mind, body and spirit?
The Dahlonega Spa Resort is a beautiful 70+ acre yoga retreat location that will make you feel at home the minute you drive onto the property. Mid-October will be a peak time for beautiful fall foliage, nice weather and spending time in nature.
Your retreat will include several yoga classes to unwind, restore and go deeper into your practice, incredible healthy food, time around the outdoor firepit, walking meditation, time for gathering and time alone, outdoor Jacuzzi, local wineries and shopping, and spa services of your choice (additional fee).
You will have down time to choose the activities that best fit your needs, whether it be to unwind and be quiet, or to be social and explore local wineries and shopping!
Bring a friend, spouse, or other family member and spend time reconnecting or come alone and spend time making new friends and connecting mind, body and spirit! I have included the details below.
I invite you to take a look at the details, check your calendar and ask yourself if it is time to get away and do something good for yourself? Register as soon as possible to reserve a spot. Payment is due at time of reservation. If you want to join us for this getaway, please do not delay!
Dahlonega Spa Resort (one hour north of Atlanta)
October 19 - 21 (Sunday afternoon - Tuesday morning)
$450 Double/$575 Single (all Inclusive)
Available at an additional cost
Register as soon as possible to reserve a spot!
$100 cancellation fee with credit balance toward a future stay
How to register or ask questions?
Contact Hope at 770-789-7782 or at www.hopesyoga.com
About Hope Knosher, E-RYT and Writer/Contributor MindBodyGreen -- A breast cancer survivor, dedicated yogi, published writer, and yoga teacher, Hope?s determination for living life fully flows from her to others. She found courage, happiness, strength and her true self on the mat. Through consistent practice she is able to live a happier, healthier and more connected life while encouraging others to do the same. It is Hope?s joy to share yoga wherever and whenever she can. She works with several large companies including Whole Foods, Teavana, and Macy?s designing and leading corporate, group, and private lessons, while also bringing yoga to unconventional places. She leads group retreats in the Atlanta area and facilitates a class for individuals dealing with cancer, chronic illness, or other life challenges. Hope writes for her blog and is a regular contributor to MindBodyGreen.
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