Riverpoint Resort & Outfitters, Ely MN
A small group yoga and outdoor adventure experience
Are you craving time in nature to go inward, reconnect with your true nature and hear your inner wisdom? It’s easy to feel caught up in the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Obligations and to-do lists take over and leave us drained and feeling disconnected. Throughout time, nature has been known to be healing, restorative and even to help us connect to our inner wisdom and spirit. This small group yoga retreat in BWCA, while staying in luxury cabins with direct access to outdoor adventure, offers all of that and more.
You’ll experience daily yoga classes, meditations, workshops, outings in nature and time for journaling and self-reflection. Your facilitator, Kat Sprole, will lead meditation, yoga, group workshops and ceremonies that will not only help you connect inward, but also create a community and bond with the like minded folks you’re retreating with. Each activity and outing is specially designed to encourage deep reflection, going inward, and reconnecting with your true nature.
Each day will include an outing in nature such as canoeing from the peninsula of Birch Lake into the BWCA, kayaking, hiking, or blueberry picking. There will be optional excursions and time to unwind in the sauna or garden shower, hike, and take in the beauty of your surroundings.
New to activities on the water, outdoor adventures, yoga, or meditation? Not to worry! River Point Resort offers free instruction on fishing, canoeing, and kayaking that can be done as a group or individually. Kat has various experiences in outdoor adventures and has taught mindfulness, meditation and yoga to all experience levels. No matter your experience level, we’ve got you covered!
By the end of your time at this unique yoga retreat, you’ll not only have reconnected to your true nature, but also cultivated a deeper understanding of your Self. You’ll also leave our time together rejuvenated and with strategies for staying connected to your nature and wisdom, even if you’re returning to a world of roads and technology.
Join us for a retreat in nature to back to your nature!
Registration deadline May 8th 2023
- 3 nights lodging in the Villas at RiverPoint Resort and Outfitters
- Daily meditation practices
- Daily Yoga sessions
- Nightly Yoga Nidra
- 3 Workshops
- 3 Breakfasts
- 3 Lunches
- 2 Dinners
- Canoe, Blueberry picking, Kayak and other group outings
- Workshop, ceremony and ritual materials
- Use of River Point Resort motor boat, canoes, kayaks
- Garden shower
- Guides for activities
- Special Welcome Bags
What's Not Included:
- Flights or other travel expenses
- Travel insurance
- Transportation to/from optional excursions/activiites
- Costs associated with activities and meals during free time
- 1 Dinner
- Add on rentals of SUP’s or sea kayaks
- Permits for fishing or extra time in the BWCA
$500 deposit saves your spot. The rest is due May 8, 2023.
- Single Occupancy in private room: $1750
- Triple Occupancy in private room: $1550
- Sleeper Sofa in open space: $1500
Space is limited as this is a small group retreat. Please save your spot!
Refunds and Cancellations
Once registered, the $500 deposit is non-refundable. 50% balance is due on or before May . The balance is due on or before May 8, 2022.
If canceling on or before March 7, 2023, all but $500 deposit will be refunded.
If canceling on or after March 8, 2023, 50% will be refunded (minus the $500 deposit).
There is no refund or cancellations after May 8, 2022.
This retreat is coordinated by One Moment Center.
The Yoga Center Retreat is hosting the event and registration.
Kathleen (Kat) Sprole
Kathleen is devoted to serving others on their personal journeys to improve their overall well-being, connect with their authentic, inherently powerful, happiest selves. Kathleen is a mental health therapist, focusing on trauma impacted individuals for over a decade.
After realizing the power of mindfulness to not only relieve stress, but also to transform and heal from the inside out, she felt inspired to begin teaching. As a yoga teacher, Kathleen aims to make the ancient practices of yoga accessible to all.