Thu, Sep 22|
SkyRun Breckenridge: Highland Greens Oak
Reflect & Release
Welcome to autumn, a season that encourages us to turn inward, take inventory and decide what is worth keeping and letting go of the rest.
Time & Location
Sep 22, 2022, 5:00 PM MDT – Sep 26, 2022, 10:00 AM MDT
SkyRun Breckenridge: Highland Greens Oak, 15 Oak Lane Breckenridge, CO 80424
About the Event
Autumn is a season of letting go and taking stock. A season that encourages us to turn inward, take inventory and decide what is worth keeping and letting go of the rest. It’s a time of reflection, release and transition. Take time to look back on all that you have accomplished, and truly appreciate the results of your efforts. This is YOUR invitation to acknowledge all of your progress, both big and small. Then, look forward to the remainder of this year and all the potential it still holds. As we enter this season, I invite you to take these next three days to nourish your mind and body, create and foster a vision for the next chapter of your life, reflect on the journey that has led you to this moment and release what no longer needs to be carried.
Exploring practices like Hatha/Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Restorative, Guided Meditation and Nidra. We will gather Thursday between 5:00 and 6:45 to settle into our guest home with an intention circle followed by reflective space and dinner. We’ll close the evening with a guided meditation practice. Friday morning we will rise with a journal & flow in nature (weather permitting), designed to invite you into a space of reflections. Our afternoon will be spent creating a manifestation map and enjoying nature and the sights of Breckenridge, closing the evening with a restorative practice. Saturday will open with a Soul Flow with ample downtime between our creation workshop, followed by dinner, a sister circle journal session that will lead into an evening Yin flow and Nidra session. Sunday enjoy a moving meditation of Surya Namaskar with breakfast and our closing sister circle before departing.
This is a space for racialized identifying women (Black, Brown and/or Indigenous)/ people of the global majority. This curated retreat is ideal for those who need to recharge and gain a deeper knowledge of themselves. Over the three days, you’ll be invited to change perspective to help you gain clarity on your life as it is and as you would like it to be. It is my hope that you will leave the retreat with new tools and perspectives that will allow you to access your best life.
(Travel and transportation are not included, you will have to make your own travel arrangements)
New Friends (shared room): $695.00 per person
Twin bunk bed
Shared room/space (4 people)
Bestie Queen (private room): $1095.00 per person
2-max ($1395 double occupancy)
Queen Bed (single or double occupancy)
Bestie King (private room): $1490.00 per person
2-max ($1895 double occupancy)
King Bed (single or double occupancy)
Included this session…
- Five semi-private yoga sessions inviting you to reflect, revitalize and release
- Two curated personal workshops exploring ways to invite clarity and expansion through creativity and meditation .
- Our menus for the weekend will be all plant based, with vegan options available. Thursday a warm welcoming dinner will be shared. Friday & Saturday you’ll enjoy three high quality, organic meals, with plenty of snacks, drinks and water. Sunday, a comforting breakfast will be shared before our departure.
- All yoga supplies and props will be provided. Eye Pillows will also be provided however please feel free to bring your own.
- All art materials, Journals and pens for creative expression and self reflections.
- Optional excursions into Breckenridge require your own transportation.
To hold your space a non-refundable deposit of $300.00 is required. Please note, there are no refunds, however you can exchange your attendance for someone else's. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to exchange your attendance for another person.
*Payment plans are also available, please email email@example.com for payment options. You may also set up your own when paying through PayPal.
Breckenridge sits on the territories of the Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute)
What You’ll need:
- Warm clothing (hiking, yoga ect)
- Swimsuit (Hot Tub)
- Extra Towel (Hot Tub )
- Shoe/Boots for hiking
- Hiking gear (Optional)
- Personal items/ Toiletries
- Extra comfort items
- Breckenridge has an average sliding 31-day snowfall during September, starting the month at 0.1 inches, when it rarely exceeds 0.5 inches, and ending the month at 1.5 inches, when it rarely exceeds 4.4 inches.
- Temperatures range from low 50's to low 70's
About our Space:
- Location close to town, hiking, lifts, biking, golfing
- Private outdoor hot tub with mountain views
Imagine yourself basking in the outdoor private hot tub after a long day while taking in the expansive views of 10-Mile Range! This lovely two-story stylish duplex is located across the street from the Jack Nicklaus 27-hole golf course and the Breckenridge Nordic Center and close proximity to five world-class ski resorts.
This home has a king suite with a TV and ensuite bath. The second bedroom features a queen bed with TV and a shared full bath. The third bathroom features 2 twin-over-twin bunkbeds and TV.
*PARKING: 4 cars allowed (1 in garage & 2 in driveway first come, first serve)
Parking in Breckenridge is strictly enforced. To avoid towing or a ticket adhere to posted signs and parking allocations at all times. If you need additional parking for more cars, paid overnight parking is provided by the Town of Breckenridge in two areas of town, 1) south of town at the Stephen West Ice Arena and 2) north of town (also accepts RVs and trailers) at the Airport Road satellite parking lot.
*TRACTION LAW: Starting Sept. and running through May 31 of each year, all drivers on I-70 between Morrison and Dotsero will be required to adhere to the traction law, which requires vehicles to have either four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive with snow or mud+snow-rated tires, or specialized winter tires, chains or other traction devices for cars with two-wheel drive. Ensure you have the correct equipment when driving in Colorado.
New Friends (shared space)
Double bunk bed 2- Double beds Shared room/space (4 people) Shared closet Shared bathroom
Bestie Queen (Single)
Private room Queen Bed (single occupancy) Shared bathroom Amazing view
Bestie King (Single)
Private room King Bed (single occupancy) Private bathroom
Bestie King (Double)
Private room King Bed (double occupancy) Private bathroom