Palmquist Farm Summer Retreat
Sometimes you have to go away in order to come back home.
Join us this summer at Palmquist Farms for a chance to strengthen your connection to your yoga practice as a way of coming home to yourself.
Over the course of the weekend, you’ll learn valuable tools on the mat that will help you take steps towards living your true self off the mat. We’ll practice several styles of yoga asana (poses), meditation and self reflection that will support the lifting away of layers that have built up in the mind and body over time.
With a lighter mind, and more ease and freedom in the body, you’ll be able to be in and see the world through fresh eyes. You’ll return home, not different really, but rather a little more like yourself.
Rates and what's included
$399/person for a private room in a family style cabin - private bathroom shared among those in the same cabin. Check out the accommodations on the Palmquist Farm website, they are lovely!
Yoga, meditation and additional activities throughout the course of the weekend.
Home cooked meals prepared by the amazing hosts and owners of Palmquist farm. Meals will be vegetarian with the exception of Friday evening. We’ll have a cook-out that includes vegetarian and meat options.
Access to private hiking paths, sauna, bonfires and a great community of people.
Dogs are Welcome
For just $9/day your well behaved pup is welcome to come along. More information, click here.
A $150 non-refundable deposit is due at the time you sign up. The remainder, plus a 5.5% WI state Lodging tax, will be due at the time you check out on Sunday.
For full booking terms and conditions please click here.
Catie Michaelson is the owner of Rise Yoga. Before becoming a full-time yoga teacher she worked as mental health nurse, and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota school of Nursing. She is passionate about the intersection of the mind and body and the animating forces that make humans humans. She loves that yoga can make life easier and (more fun) by bringing us back to who we really are (before the world decided who they needed us to be.) She’s pretty convinced that it’s who we are rather than what we are that makes the difference.
Ginny Snow is an educator at heart and believes that the self is one of the most challenging and worthwhile subjects of study. Thankfully, yoga provides the resources needed to embody and imperfectly live out this study both on and off the mat. Having spent many years in the classroom, as an English teacher and at a youth development non-profit, it was only a matter of time before she made her way to teaching yoga in studios, gyms, nursing homes, auditoriums and yes, even noisy hallways. She loves the beauty and challenge of Vinyasa, balanced by the power and stillness of meditation, Restorative, Yin and Yoga Nidra. Additional practices: mom of two hilarious kids, wife & wannabe baker extraordinaire.