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SOUTHEAST ALASKA 2024 YOGA RETREATS

Welcome to Paradise. 

 

Beautiful cabins on a private, backcountry Southeast Alaska homestead. Arrival by float plane. Meals right from the land and the ocean. Yoga designed to support and protect your sense of connection to earth, self, and breath. A small community of new friends. There's no other retreat like it.

What are you waiting for? 

Dates:

June 1st-5th with Rahshaana Green

 

Rahshaana is a multi-disciplinary wellness consultant focused on helping people heal and manage the stressful effects of change. She will be the lead yoga instructor offering two classes a day and also joining in experiences during the stay. 

July 23rd-27th with Lisa Dumas

 

A certified Yoga Therapist, Somatic Coach and 500 hr Yoga Teacher, Lisa’s retreats feature two movement, meditation and mindfulness practices per day and optional evening experiences to assist sleep (including yoga nidra, pressure point massage and healing touch) Sessions offer a variety of therapeutic practices intended to enhance the experience of restoring and rewilding.

August 12th-16th with Bailey Williams

 

As a teacher they are principally interested in supporting their students’ experience of embodiment. They primarily teach yin and hatha yoga. In both disciplines, they are listening for opportunities to bring ancient teachings to modern practitioners in practical, spiritually nourishing ways. They will be instructing students on both during your stay as well as assisting in finding your inner wildness.

"This was exactly what I needed to reset my mind and body. Gull Cove was outstanding and the ability to go and practice yoga and have some mindful time with likeminded people was excellent." -Abi (2023 Retreat student)

FAQ

 

What's the cost? 

$3195 (Five days, four nights) Cabin or Lodge

$2195 (FIve days, four nights) Camping 

First Payment $500 non-refundable deposit

Gull Cove is remote -- really remote. This cost reflects the realities of providing for folks. 

What's included? 

  • Therapeutic yoga, mindfulness, meditation twice a day

  • Lodging in shared seaside cabins or whale house private rooms

  • All farm/ocean to table fresh meals from private chef

  • Private experience guides

  • Guided exploration of the land and water including optional lessons on fish and shrimp harvesting and preparation

  • Seaside Yellow Cedar Sauna

  • An outdoor bouy swing experience for your inner child

  • Nature walks in the muskeg that can include a mud bath ritual in the muskeg pond

  • An optional edible hike foraging experience

  • Swimming with the lily pads in a remote Alaskan Alpine lake

  • Kayaking

  • Paddle Boarding

  • Cold plunge 

  • Learn about the lodge’s hydroelectric green energy process including a hike to their river water source

  • Home made sea kelp face mask spa day

 

This is an all-inclusive experience with the private use of the lodge. ​

What's not included?

  • Airfare (A shared chartered flight from Juneau, payment due at departure with Ward Air)

  • Optional $200 excursion to White Sulfur hot springs 

  • Optional $100 for halibut fishing 

This is Alaska, and add-on excursions are subject to weather. For this reason, you will not be charged in advance. 

What are the sleeping arrangements and amenities?

You will share a room with other guests in seaside cabins, Puffin, Marten, and Halibut or private rooms in the Whale house. Cabins have private bathrooms with shower and toilet, in-floor heating, and private front porches. They are connected by boardwalk. 

Whale house private rooms have queen beds and are located where indoor yoga practices and dining will be taking place.

 

See more images of the lodging and find out more here. 

Gull Cove Lodge
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