Ski right out the door from Mazama Country Inn, accessing what may be the BEST cross-country skiing in North America. Complement your snow driven adventures with yoga, meditation, good food, and laughter. Not a snow bunny? Cuddle up by the fire with a good book or soak in the hot tub. Wander into the town of Winthrop for shopping, or walk to the Mazama General Store for a latte and pick out a locally made souvenir.
Our location is the Mazama Country Inn, located right in Mazama behind the Mazama Store. Hot breakfast and dinner are provided along with sack lunches to take with you out on the trails.
Please visit Mazama Inn’s website to learn more about the area and the hotel.
✓ Three meals daily beginning with dinner Friday ✓ Daily yoga ✓ A choice between an Inversion workshop, Philosophy, and History of Yoga, or Intro to Mediation
What’s not Included:
✓ Spa ✓ Outdoor activities ✓ Transportation ✓ Option to add on Sunday evening yoga and a third night stay at the Inn.
Dates: February 7-9th, 2020
✓ $255 room and board per person (plus tax and gratuity) ✓ $255 tuition per person
How to book:
As of January 1, the Mazama Inn has very limited availability. Please call to see if they have a room BEFORE paying your tuition: 800-843-7951. You can also try to find lodging elsewhere in the area if the Mazama Inn is full and join us for yoga and for meals at the Inn.
To reserve your spot, pay your non-refundable tuition payment of $255 per person Receive $50 off when you register by December 1st, 2018. Payment plans for tuition can be arranged if needed. Room and board are $255 per person (double occupancy) plus tax and includes six delicious meals.
Questions? Don’t hesitate to ask: email@example.com or 509-470-0542.
About the instructor: Joanna Dunn
A yoga teacher since 2001, Joanna’s background is eclectic. She teaches a variety of styles, including beginner level alignment, a Level 2 slow paced Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative as well as somatic movement and meditation. Her teaching is influenced by Iyengar-based teachers, Judith Lasater (Restorative yoga), Kathryn Payne (Pranayama) and Theresa Elliott (alignment, sequencing, and Vinyasa). Her primary influences from her early studies also include choreographed multidimensional vinyasa of Lynn Kingston and the accessible, gentle yoga of Kripalu. Joanna is currently studying with Tias and Surya Little of Prajna Yoga. Prajna fuses traditional yoga practices (Ashtanga and Iyengar) with the energy body wisdom of yoga and Chinese Medicine, Meditation of Buddhism and somatic movement of Feldenkrais and Hanna.