Fall Retreat September 6-8, 2019

Nourish in Nature Fall Retreat

September 6th - 8th, 2019

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DETAILS

 

MEET YOUR FACILITATORS

 
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500 hour Certified Teacher + Owner of Salted Roots

KELLYANN CAVARETTA

Starting in California, to Baja, MX, to starting her own endeavor in Alaska (Salted Roots Alaska), KellyAnn has 500 hours worth of training she is passionate about sharing with her students. Her teaching is alignment-based and breath-centered, with emphasis on ritual and reverence. She teaches yoga as a tool that transcribes to various aspects of life, by self-empowering people to create space for themselves both on and off the mat. Join her for morning Vinyasa at Nourish in Nature.

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500 hour Certified Teacher + Published Author

KARA TROGLIN

Kara received her 500 RYT training with Zuna Yoga in Bali, Indonesia. Her method stresses that yoga includes much more than the physical asana postures, with incorporating integrative pranayama and meditation technique to her classes. Her focus is to make yoga accessible to every person, by showing how yoga is naturally healing and transformative. she will be teaching restorative, yin, and yoga Nidra at Nourish in Nature

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300 hour Certified Teacher + Healer

samantha linsk

Having always been inspired by the art and beauty that comes with practicing yoga, Samantha started her yoga journey in college, which led her to a 300 hr training down in Baja with @goldenbuddhayoga. With experience helping facilitate a month-long remote yoga training in Mexico, she has a strong passion for Ayurvedic cooking, mentoring, and the power of self-healing. Come practice alongside her at Kayakers Cove.

 
 
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Kayak Guided ACA, BCU + Ayurvedic Chef

NATE LEWIS

Nate is a kayaker by both passion and profession. Certified through both ACA and BCU, and having logged over 7000 paddling miles in the past 8 years, Nate can be found during the summer months in close proximity to the tidewater glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park. In his more relaxed moments, Nate loves practicing yoga, creating delicious meals using locally sourced and seasonal foods, and traveling around the world. Nate will be joining Nourish in Nature for kayaking in Resurrection Bay along with cooking meals from scratch + love.

The spaces we liked most, the ones that we identified with, were those that were personal, unique, dynamic, but most importantly flexible. You never get to choose how guests use your space, or what inspiration they may draw from it , so you might as well leave the possibilities as open as possible. Lead with intent, and allow the guests and the situation determine the gaps. Provide the canvas. It is all about driving the community, sharing a way of living.
— Matt Cope - Owner, Salted Roots Alaska LLC

SCHEDULE

DAY 1

1:30p | Water Taxi

3:30p - 4:00p | Opening Ceremony

4:00p -6:00p | Group Hike

6:00p -7:00p | Solitude Hour + Sauna

7:00p -8:00p | Dinner

8:00p -9:30p | Restorative + Yoga Nidra

DAY 2

7:00a - 7:30a | Morning Meditation

7:30a - 9:00a | Vinyasa Flow

9:00a- 10:00a | Breakfast

10:00a -1:00p | Group Sea-Kayaking

1:00p -2:00p | Lunch

2:00p -4:00p | Solitude Hours

4:00p-6:30p | Ayurvedic Talk

7:00p - 8:00p | Dinner

8:00p - 9:00p | Yin Yoga

9:00p | Community Campfire

DAY 3

7:00a -7:30a | Morning Meditation

7:30a - 9:00a | Vinyasa Flow

9:00a - 10:00a | Breakfast

10:00a-10:30a | Journaling

10:30a - 11:00a | Closing Ceremony

12:00p | Water Taxi

 

OFF THE GRID

Because Kayakers Cove is in a remote location, showers and electricity are not available. There is limited cell reception so be ready to tune out from the usual grind.


PACKING LIST

DRINKING VESSEL

Your facilitators will be providing all food and drink, but please bring a reusable canteen for water and coffee.

LIGHTING

Kayaker’s Cove is off-the-grid. Please bring a headlamp.

CLOTHING

Bring warm, layered clothing with you. Long underwear, fleece, warm socks, rain jacket. Clothes to move in.

SLEEPING BAG

Please bring our own sleeping bag for the loft beds. Sleeping bags can also be rented for $5.

EYE Mask

If you have troubel falling asleep in the Alaskan summertime light, please feel free to bring your own eye mask for the common space sleeping

JOURNAL

Please bring a journal and something to write with.

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