An hour's drive from Salt Lake City
At this retreat we’ll find ourselves through yoga, meditation, breathwork, poetry, nature, stories, ceremony, and fun, including hiking, campfire storytelling, and a Native American sweat lodge ceremony. We’ll arrive Friday night and let our busy lives slip away as we slide into a chair on the deck at Wolf Creek Outpost, overlooking the mountain vista of the Uinta Mountains. And for the next two days we’ll connect with our deeper selves and each other. Tuition includes food, lodging, yoga and all the activities. We will have a massage therapist, so bring some cash. Come and see why people keep coming back to this special place.
Here’s why I love these Wolf Creek Retreats, and here’s what you can expect. First, when you decide you’re going to come, things start immediately changing in your life, preparing you. You decide to come ‘cuz you’re looking for change, you’re in the middle of a transition, or you’re looking to deepen your yoga practice, and you need some time, space, and a place for this transformation to happen. You need a way to facilitate it.
The change speeds up as you make the 60-minute drive (from SLC) to the ranch. The city slowly slips away and is replaced by open landscapes, changing leaves, fresh air—and quiet. Then you see it: the idyllic ranch sitting on top of a hill. You pull through the welcoming gate, and Frankie, Cleo, and Jessie, three of the most free and happy dogs you’ll ever meet, run up to your car to become your newest best friends. You’ll park, and when you step outside, you almost forget the busyness and stress of life in the city. You fill your lungs with deep autumn air, feel the waning sun on your face, and then slide comfortably with a beverage into an Adirondack chair on the deck, overlooking the pristine mountain vista of the Uintas. Even though you’re not exactly sure how the next three and a half days will shape up, you know you’ve made the right choice to come, and whatever happens, this is exactly what you need at this moment. The thousands of stars emerging above your head seem to confirm your choice and light your way home. The next few days are filled with your own journey of yoga, breath, meditation, fresh air, nature, poetry, music, storytelling, amazing food, laughing, hiking, ease, and deep self-inquiry.