Imagine the simplicity of a weekend away, nestled in a lodge in Oregon’s coastal range. The old-growth Sitka shift your attention from the demands of the day-to-day.
Why come to Drift Creek?
- Because a change of scenery alters our perspective
- Because adjusting our routine sparks creativity
- Because meeting new people inspires new ideas
- Because rest promotes focus and clarity
- Because play and laughter feel good
- Because nature calms our frenzy
This is a place for both the passionate and the weary to find your fire.
- Five meals (vegetarian and gluten free available)
- Facilitated conversations to shift your thinking
- Daily yoga and qigong classes to shift your movement
- Creative activities to shift your outlook
- A balance of structured time together and free time to design what you need – hiking, reading, journaling, fishing….
When is it?
Check in is Friday, May 5th from 2-3 pm.
We’ll depart 2 pm Sunday, May 7th, 2017.
Who will be there?
Leaders, artists, creatives. Doers and contemplatives. Business owners and busy moms. Everyone belongs.
What’s it cost?
Early registration (before March 1, 2017): $425
Regular registration: $500
*Reiki and private yoga, meditation, and pranayama sessions will be available a la carte.
How do I register?
Email Lori to register or for any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or give her a call at 503-891-1200.
LORI EBERLY, LCSW
Lori has been leading annual retreats since Resolution Bootcamp in 2014. She loves creating space for people to pay attention to what’s important to them, whether that’s setting goals, making connections, or just chilling out. There is magic in our collective wisdom, and she revels in being a conduit.
Alaska born and raised, this rural woman knew very little about the benefits, joy, and beauty of a good yoga practice. Jackie found recovery from heartache and a major surgery on the throes of her yoga mat. She is trained in Hatha and Vinyasa yoga with experience in Power Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Guided Pranayama.
UMA TUPPER, LAc, LMT
With more than 15 years in the healing arts field, Uma brings a well-rounded approach to the table. Licensed as a massage therapist in 1998, she deepened her practice through teaching Eastern and Western modalities for 11 years. A quest to understand the intricacies of the human body led her to a Qigong intensive and ultimately to a degree in Oriental Medicine.