Contemplative Yoga Retreat

Site: Wallowa Lake Camp

Dates: 7/28/2019 - 8/1/2019

Age Level: Adult

Cost: $389 Double Occupancy | $589 Single Occupancy | $200 Commuter

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If you are longing to take a step away from the frenetic pace of life and give yourself a gift of renewal, this retreat is for you!

We will embrace the riches of Sabbath as we relax in nature and discover the wisdom of our bodies.  Each day we will focus around themes such as relaxation, resilience, alignment and discernment.  We will use yoga, meditation, breath work, deep listening and journaling as well as the beauty of the Wallowa mountains, to help us discover our deep joy, wisdom and creativity.  Each afternoon we will have plenty of free time for exploration and hiking.  We will end each day with an optional “Yoga Nidra” meditation, a form of deep relaxation.

Instructor: Reverend Beth Estock, ordained United Methodist Elder, Yoga Instructor, Author & Executive Coach!  

Accommodations at the camp are in deluxe cabins with private bath, mini fridge and microwave.  Linens and towels are provided.  The cabins have two lower beds and two upper beds in most units. 

Check-in will be from 3pm–5pm on Sunday.  If you are unable to arrive by 5pm, please contact the Camp office at (541) 432-1271.   Check out will be Thursday by 11am.

Program questions? Contact Reverend Beth Estock:

Registration Questions? Contact Holly Dolan: / (503) 802-9214. 

Visit our Ready, Set, Go, to Camp! page for a suggested packing list, camp policies, directions to camp and more.  

If registering by mail, please send a completed health form to the camp at least 10 days before the camp begins.  

If you have special dietary needs, please contact the camp at least two weeks in advance. (Contact information below.)

The address for Wallowa Lake Camp is:
84522 Church Lane
Joseph, OR 97846
Phone (541) 432-1271


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