Let go and flow into the new moon! Join us for a refreshing weekend of camping, sailing, and yoga by the sea. This weekend is for women only so come join our tribe!
Our weekend begins with letting go of that which no longer serves you and setting your intentions for moving forward. Jot down anything you wish to release on paper and toss it into the campfire! Then we will create an intention banner that will blow in the breeze over our campsite.
Flow into the new moon with morning and evening yoga sessions suitable for all levels that will help you relax, restore, and reflect on your intentions.
On Saturday evening we will take a sunset sail out of historic St. Augustine aboard the Schooner Freedom. Transportation to and from town is provide and the sailing includes complimentary beverages including beer and wine.
Our campsite in beautiful Anastasia Island State Park offers hiking trails, the beach and a protected water inlet perfect for paddle boarding and kayaking. Two paddle boards and a kayak are available for use by our guests. The park also offers canoe rentals and a small snack shop. The dark night sky just before the new moon is ideal for guided stargazing.
In our Essential Oils for the Outdoors class we will make three products to use throughout the weekend and take home, including all natural insect spray!
Your campsite will be completely ready for your arrival including a tent outfitted for six guests including sleeping bags, pads and pillows, towels for showering and swimming, yoga mats, camp chairs, and hammocks. Meals include dinner on Friday, breakfast/lunch/dinner on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday.
Arrival is any time after noon on Friday and departure is at your leisure on Sunday, allowing for plenty of free time to enjoy the park before your journey home.
$249 Early Bird Price available until January 31, 2018!
$289 Regular price after January 31, 2018.
A $75 deposit is due at registration. Final payments due by March 13, 2018. Final payments for Early Bird pricing are due by January 31, 2018. Cancellations by March 13, 2018 will receive a full refund.
Erin began practicing yoga more than 20 years ago and over the years found that the periods in her life that she let her practice fall away were the times she actually needed it the most. After committing to her personal practice seven years ago, she found healing from past traumas and conditions including metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37, depression, and autoimmune disorders. As an instructor and founder of Where in the World Yoga & Wellness, Erin's goal is to bring yoga to you, no matter where you are on your journey, by providing practical, accessible, and achievable yoga instruction and inspiration to heal any body, with a special emphasis on beginners, returners and recovering bodies. Erin is a certified yoga instructor, trained under yoga master Edely Wallace. She continued her studies under Ms. Wallace and is currently completing her certification as a Lymphatic Yoga ® instructor.
When not on the mat, Erin enjoys traveling with her husband and two children, preparing meals with local foods, and any activity on the water, especially SUP yoga!
Molly started her yoga journey in 1998 as an elective course in college. That introduction to Hatha Yoga lead to a lifelong love and it quickly became a sanctuary for her fast paced life as a full time student and full time hotel manager. She continued to practice yoga regularly including during all three of her pregnancies. In 2015 she began her 200 RYT teacher training simply to expand her personal knowledge of the history and philosophy of yoga. After completing her basic teacher certification she began offering donation based yoga classes to teachers at a local elementary school. She received her 200 RYT® in 2016 and began working at YogaMatrix Studio in Orlando, Florida as a substitute instructor and assistant to Yoga Master Edely Wallace. Molly is currently training for her certification as a Lymphatic Yoga® Instructor and had the privilege of assisting Edely Wallace in teaching Lymphatic Yoga at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Stockbridge, MA.
Molly and her family also have a passion for natural health and wellness. Their home is filled with essential oils which they use for everything from homework time to preventing and assisting when illness creeps in. Molly also incorporates essential oils into her yoga classes. Learn more at WhyMomOils.Weebly.com.