Rest, rejuvenate, connect to beloved community and the rhythms of nature in majestic Lake Tahoe. Nestled right on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, Galilee Episcopal Camp and Retreat Center is a beautiful, secluded, waterfront sanctuary.
Mornings will include gentle or moderate to vigorous Hatha Flow practice, meditation, discussion, and dance. Afternoons will include free time to soak in the serenity of nature, take a dip in the lake or organized excursions to hiking, kayaking, and breathtaking views. Evenings may include meditation, gentle Yoga, and community building. Private and group therapy sessions are available with Tiha Baker to support healing and post traumatic growth.
Embark on a collaborative journey of freeing our hearts, minds, bodies from limitations of white supremacist, hetero-patriarchal, capitalist conditioning. Explore our shared and diverse experience as Black womxn, celebrate our beauty, and connect to ancestral wisdom.
Satya teaches in a radically inclusive way with a focus on therapeutics, alignment, and preventing injury.
This retreat is reserved for self-identifying Black womxn. Black includes those from the African diaspora including multi-racial womxn. Womxn or women includes Trans womxn, gender non-binary, genderqueer, gender fluid, cis-gendered womxn, and gender expansive or anyone who has had an experience of feeling marginalized because of the way they move in the world as a womxn. Black womxn of all levels of experience, 18+ in age, religions, abilities, immigration statuses, sizes, and sexual orientations are welcome and celebrated.
Arrival: 2 pm Friday, June 18th
Departure: 2pm Sunday, June 20th
***This retreat is an investment in your wellbeing. Please only sign up for the retreat if you can attend the entire event. ***
1. Payment plans available
2. If you would like to arrange to pay by cash or money order,, please contact Satya directly firstname.lastname@example.org
3. All deposits & payments are NON-REFUNDABLE and NO EXCHANGES. This includes acts of God, Covid-19, or Mother Nature. Please make sure you purchase travel insurance that would cover a cancelled retreat or your personal need or emergency to cancel your retreat. Make sure to check fine print. Fear of travel isn't the same as not being able to ravel. Worldnomads.com is recommended.
4. Carpooling will be made available but is not guaranteed.
5. All meals are included and lovingly prepared by a local chef. Ingredients are organic with an abundance of vegetables, protein, and fruit. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and other dietary needs are available upon request. Please note there is an additional $45 for vegan meals.
Flo Dabokemp As a movement and health guide, fLO brings awareness to the body and empowers the individual to begin the conversation. Influences of afro-fusion and hip-hop genres are the soundtrack to the movement she teaches. She encourages all to dance freely on the path of exploration to learn more about the self through this expressive and uplifting art form.
“Every day is an opportunity to communicate with our body and prioritize its expressions. If we can actively listen to what it feels, wants and can’t move without— we can develop a healthy and in-sync relationship with ourselves that is, self-love.” - fLO
Check Flo at on instagram: @officialidaflo
Satya de la Paz August (she/her) is first and foremost a student of Yoga and life. She is also a a Queer, Multiracial, Black Womxn, trailblazer, healer, and community/joy/radical self-love advocate. Offering 14 years of experience teaching Yoga, dance, and meditation, she infuses dynamic alignment, chanting, storytelling, and community-building into her classes. Satya offers Yoga as a means of collective and personal liberation and decolonization: accessing our innate healing capacity through therapeutics and compassion, meeting media-driven body shame through mindfulness and affirmation, freeing the heart of resentment and blame, and healing the mind of ableist and hierarchical ways of moving and acting. Multiple expressions of poses are offered as students are encouraged to listen to their own body wisdom and access needs. Satya is deeply grateful for her mentor, Abby Tucker, as well as all of her dharma and movement teachers, Sally Kempton, Rob Preece, and Sianna Sherman. Honoring the traditions of Hatha Yoga, Tantra Yoga, and Tibetan Buddhism, she empowers multiracial, multi-gender, and multigenerational groups to awaken their true nature of awareness and bliss. Off the mat, Satya is active in social justice movements, gardens, and cooks.
Find out more about Satya and her offerings at soulfowoakland.com
Tiha Baker (she/her, they/them) is a black, queer, woman who believes in the healing power of the arts, the breath, and just being. Tiha has a background in visual arts, teaching mindfulness, meditation, and yoga to heal trauma and strengthen personal power. Professionally, she is a Psychotherapist and Intuitive Coach. Tiha’s focus is to support folx with reconnecting to their ability to heal, breathe, live, and thrive, with a mixture of humor and compassion.
Find out more about Tiha @ createyourpeace.life
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Group Expressive Art Healing Session uses the arts, an alternative form of communication, to express, to heal and to grow. In this session, you will have the opportunity to connect with what lies just under the surface and bring it to light, in a safe and nurturing space. During the session, a topic will be explored through the use of different artistic mediums and forms of expression. Following will be time to reflect and gain insight.
Private 1 on 1 Healing Session - For those who want to go a little deeper into the things that may arise during the retreat, a private space will be opened for you to be held, witnessed, and supported for what wants to be released. This session can include energy healing and spiritual support.
Satya teaches in a radically inclusive way with a focus on therapeutics, alignment, and preventing injury. This retreat is open to all levels of experience. people of all genders, 18+ in age, religions, abilities, immigration statuses, sizes, sexual orientation are welcome and celebrated.
Please note that this retreat will go on even if pandemic is still going on. Purchase of travel insurance that covers Covid-19 and other emergencies is strongly recommended. Organizers will create a safe and joyful atmosphere that aligns to CDC recommendations. Depending on health conditions in June, Covid-19 testing or vaccination may be required. Please only sign up for the retreat if you're willing to be either tested or vaccinated. Feel free to reach out with any concerns or questions about safety.
Twin bed in room shared with 2-7 other people. Shared bathroom and showers.
Full or twin bed in a room shared with one other person. Shared bathroom and showers. If you are coming with someone click "shared room" and then select two as the quantity. If you'd like to pay separately sign up separately and then email us who you are sharing a room with.
Connect to the land and the sounds of nature. Must bring all your own gear: tent, sleeping bag, pillow, sleeping pad or blow up mattress. Be prepared for as low as 40 degree temperatures at night. Short walk to indoor bathrooms and showers.
Full or twin bed in private room. Shared bathroom and showers.
Full bed in a private room on its own floor. Private bathroom and shower.
The Glenbrook place is an 8 minute drive to the retreat center. You would have your own room with a queen or twin bed. There are 3 other bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Includes Lake views, deck, hot tub. Must have access to your own car or potentially we can arrange carpooling with someone else in the house.
This is only for folks who have received a scholarship with a special discount code. Your discount code is your first name. Lodging is your choice of dorm or camping.
- Dorms have a twin bed in room shared with 2-7 other people. Shared bathroom and showers.
- With camping connect to the land and the sounds of nature. Must bring all your own gear: tent, sleeping bag, pillow, sleeping pad or blow up mattress. Be prepared for as low as 40 degree temperatures at night. Short walk to indoor bathrooms and showers.
Twin bed in private tipi. Electricity and lighting provided. Must bring own bedding and pillow. Be prepared for as low as 40 degree temperatures at night. Short walk to indoor bathrooms and showers.