Fall Retreat – Maple Ridge – Loon Lake – September 18 – 20, 2020
A smaller gathering of 20 women to ensure we have a safety conscious,
socially distanced weekend of self-care.
The sights, sounds, and smells of a wild West Coast forest is a perfect place for quiet reflection. Unplug, relax and connect with a collective of women, who are inspirational and lift YOU up!
September 18, 2020 – September 20, 2020
Loon Lake Lodge & Retreat Centre
14500 Silver Valley Road Maple Ridge, BC V4R 2R3
$695 plus taxes
All-inclusive, Private Accommodation
(full bedding provided & shared bath)
$595 plus taxes
All-inclusive, Shared Accommodation
(2-4 women who know each other, full bedding provided & shared bath)
Weekend Package Includes:
2 Nights -Private or shared accommodation – full bedding provided
6 Delicious and nutritious meals-
7 Varied and engaging workshops
Yoga dockside on the lake
Canoeing, hiking and swimming
Workshops for U!
A guided experience to anchor you in for your day.
Harness the Power of your Mind
Be guided through a series of exercises that will prove to you just how powerful your energy is so that you can live in power and peace.
A gentle practice for all levels.
Pelvic Floor Wellness
Regardless of your stage of life and the state of your kegels, you will gain newfound knowledge that will help you live a leak free life and ditch the pads for good!
Reconnect with your Breath
Be guided in a simple, yet profound breathing practice to help us recall our unique breathing patterns that will support whole-brain thinking.
Creative Journaling for Self Care
How to use journaling to increase productivity, manage stress, uncover, recover & discover creative interests and goals.
The Myth you are Made For
A writing workshop that explores the core of our making which is calling us during these times of great global change.
Our uBlossom Team
Core Story Coach, Author & Speaker
Friday, September 18
Check-in: Then time to relax, and unwind
Group Welcome and Opening Ceremonies
Saturday, September 19
Creative Journaling for Self-Care – Nicolle Nattrass
Yoga Flow – with Lena Watt
Writing The Myth you are Made For – Stepping into the unknown in times of change –writing workshop – Tina Overbury
Reconnect with Your Breath – Jillian Rutledge,
Yoga Nidra – Lena Watt
Sunday, September 20
Harness the Power of your Mind – Corinne Ropp
Yoga Flow – All Levels – Lena Watt
Pelvic Floor and Wellness – Kim Vopni, The Vagina Coach, pelvic floor specialist
Free Time ideas-hike, paddle, swim, relax before you journey home…
Each bedroom is outfitted with 1-4 sets of twin beds or Douglas-fir bunk beds and full linens are provided for the beds. Shared or Private accommodation is available. Women will NOT be assigned to a top bunk.
Large shared washrooms (2 rooms to 1 shared bathrooms with cleaning stations) are in all the buildings and there are many comfortable common areas to mingle or read a book. All rooms are simple aesthetic, and take in views of the forest and lake. All rooms are inviting and comfortable. There are no TV’s, telephones within the rooms. You must bring your own towels.
The Bentley Family Dining Hall
For many people coming to Loon Lake, the Dining Hall is the heart of the experience. Mealtimes allow attendees to gather together (socially distanced) and share their excitement and experiences. The dining hall is a 2 minute walk from the sleeping accommodations and has ample outdoor seating.
A professionally-equipped kitchen and trained staff offer healthy and nutritious meals throughout the day. Fresh is what Loon Lake does best, and the Chefs are known for creating heart-warming comfort food with a flair for the extraordinary. A true compliment to our group and our collective dietary requirements. All meals include coffee, tea, hot chocolate and a selection of juices and water as well as dessert with both dinner and lunch.
**Click on the link below to view the beautiful property grounds, lake and buildings. The shared accommodation is in the Pan Abode, Student Centre buildings and Johnson Cabins.
If you cancel your participation in a retreat for any reason, the cancellation policy below will apply, with no exceptions. We wish we could compensate people for unforeseen circumstances (injury, family emergency, etc), but we have costs already incurred when reserving retreat centres and hotels. We have designed our cancellation policy to be as compassionate as possible in the case that your plans change. But to protect yourself further, we strongly encourage you to purchase travel insurance.
We are taking the pandemic very seriously, and have implemented a new structure to our weekend retreat experiences. Overall reduction of retreat attendees to 45 women, private accommodation, cleaning stations throughout the property, properly spaced chairs and tables during the workshops and during meal times. We are taking our workshops outside as weather permits, and providing all attendees a personal safety package that includes a beautiful journal, name tag, pen, mask, hand sanitizer, hand wipes and a bottle of water plus some extra sweet treats!
IF YOU CANCEL THE RETREAT
31 days or more prior to the start date of the retreat: a 50% refund will be given.
0-30 days prior to the start date of the retreat: no refunds will be given.
***If the venue cancels our retreat-a 75% refund will be given.
Yes - Tickets are transferable at any time to another person or can be deferred to a future retreat.
After you have purchased your ticket-if you have any symptoms directly related to COVID 19, have been diagnosed with COVID 19, or a family member has been diagnosed with COVID 19, then the regular cancellation policies apply.
To cancel, you must send an email stating that you wish to cancel to: email@example.com