Chateau Chantal Winter Yoga Retreat

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    Join us February 24 through 26 for a weekend of wine and relaxation. Rejuvenate body and mind with a yoga-focused weekend retreat at our beautiful, boutique bed and breakfast. Call 231-223-4110 to make a reservation. Reservations include wine, food and, of course, yoga.

    ITINERARY
    FRIDAY
    3 pm:  Check in
    5:45 pm:  Gentle Yoga and Welcome Reception
    7:30 pm:  Enjoy dinner on your own at one of our incredible local restaurants.
     
    SATURDAY
    7 am:  Sunrise Vinyasa Flow
    8:30 am:  Breakfast prepared by Chef de Cuisine Chris Mushall
    10 am to 3 pm:  Explore Traverse City and Old Mission Peninsula on your own or allow us to recommend some of our favorite places.  Schedule a massage, go out to lunch, visit the hiking trails, or relax with a glass of your favorite Chateau Chantal wine.
    3:00 pm to 4:30 pm:  Yoga Nidra, Winter Inspired Flow, and Asana Workshop
    6 pm:  Wine-paired dinner with your host and chef.  Enjoy a delicious and nourishing, five-course wine and food-paired dinner, featuring a one-of-a-kind menu.  Includes a tour of the vineyard and cellar.  
     
    SUNDAY
    8 am:  Rise and Shine Morning Restorative Yoga and Meditation
    9:15 am:  Breakfast
    11 am:  Check out

    Your Yogi for the weekend is Cristin Hosmer, RYT 200.  “As a long-time practitioner of yoga, on my mat is where I find the most fulfillment. I enjoy searching for new ways to share the traditions of yoga with others. I love to incorporate what I have learned about my own strength, flexibility, and fearlessness into dynamic and fun yoga classes.  During the Winter Yoga Retreat, I plan to combine creativity and playfulness with thought-provoking meditations in a variety of classes, focused on rejuvenation and renewal. My hope is that you will walk away from this dreamy yoga retreat at Chateau Chantal feeling refreshed, nourished, and balanced.”