Bloom, Grow, Blossom: Elohee, March 25-28, 2021
Welcome Spring and make space in your life to Bloom, Grow and Blossom! Join Sheila for a 3 night weekend retreat in the Georgia Mountains March 25-28, 2021. The Thanksgiving House at Elohee offers an intimate setting pulsing with sacred energy and surrounded by the elements of nature. Let the sounds of the waterfall, the music of the singing birds and the warmth of the spring sun renew your mind and heart.
PLEASE NOTE: To keep all participants safe, a negative Covid-19 test result must be presented within 5 days of travel.
Enjoy daily yoga and meditation, hikes through the beautiful trails around the property, fresh and deliciously prepared meals and time to unplug and nourish yourself.
Pricing and Services
Queen Room/ shared bath: Single Occupancy: $850/ Double Occupancy: $600 each (2 available)
King Room/ private bath: Single Occupancy: $1050/ Double Occupancy: $700 each (1 available)
Shared Room (double)/ shared bath: $600 each
Shared Room (triple)/ shared bath: $500 each
Payment is due in full at time of booking unless otherwise arranged. To arrange a 2 payment plan, please contact email@example.com
What’s included in your package?
3 Nights Accommodations
Twice Daily Yoga and Meditation
Evening Connection and Community
Tentative Daily Schedule
Venue and Local Area
From the Elohee Website:
“The ecosystems of the Blue Ridge Mountains are exceptionally diverse. They range from moist, deep-soiled forested valleys to exposed ridges, mountain tops and balds. At Elohee we have planned our facilities to highlight these different niches and dynamic energies, so that we may more easily join the plants and animals and elements in discovering our own personal edge – where our growth is new and tender, where transformation is just emerging.
We believe this conscious partnership with the land and nature aids in transformation by enlivening our connection to the force of evolution. It provides the opportunity to explore healing on whatever level that you find as personally meaningful, be that physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.
It is in this spirit that we translate El’-oh-hee as “sacred earth place.” In Cherokee, ElohÏ combines the roots ela or elo, meaning earth, and hÏ, place. From the ancient Hebrew, we have Elohim, invoking the sacred.”
This beautiful place of retreat and renewal is the perfect place to dive more deeply into your yoga practice and connect with Spirit. This retreat will invite you to gain inspiration from the breathtaking outer landscape to traverse your own vibrant and dynamic inner landscape. Connect with Nature outside to Nurture Yourself and return to your daily life feeling renewed!