Soak in the Sacred: A Yoga & Nature Retreat in Mount Shasta



SOAK IN THE SACRED
A Yoga & Nature Retreat in Mount Shasta 
June 17-21, 2020

Led by Maureen Cane, Abbie Dutterer, and Kari Jacobsen


Find yourself immersed in the beauty of Northern California as we journey to the heart of one of nature’s treasures in Mount Shasta for five days and four nights of yoga, meditation, community, and soaking up the start of summer. 


 Savor the solstice nestled near a flowing creek on ten acres of land where nature provides the perfect place for us to unwind, expand our yoga and meditation practices, and reconnect with what is sacred in each of us.   

With over three decades of combined teaching experience, and years of friendship between them, Maureen, Abbie and Kari are excited to share their unique offerings together for the first time in such a beautiful setting.

Each day will begin with guided meditation and an active yoga practice. Afternoon and evening offerings will include excursions to local trails and lakes, forest bathing, mandala making,  restorative and yin yoga practices, yoga nidra, and a celebration of the Summer Solstice.

Our local chef, Wendy, will offer two nourishing, organic meals a day (a hearty brunch and dinner), allowing time throughout the day for you to choose your own adventure, or join other guests for coordinated activities. We will arrange a group trip to Stewart Mineral Springs for all who are interested in experiencing the baths, or you can arrange a time on your own during free time if that is preferred. Options to book bodywork sessions on site are available. 

Yoga and meditation students of all levels are welcome, including absolute beginners. Classes and offerings will provide ample options to meet you where you are in your practice. We will spend our time soaking in all that we need individually as we celebrate the longest days of the year in this special space.  


About the Retreat Center: This real-life enchanted forest offers over 10 private acres with a creek, labyrinth, healing art garden, and outdoor spaces for forest bathing, walking, star gazing, meditation, and yoga. The retreat center is a short walk to Stewart Mineral Springs and is a short car ride to a number of beautiful hikes and lakes.

Accommodation Choices: Find what’s right for you!



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A-Frame House

The large A-Frame main house has an open layout with 3 spacious bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. A living room for gathering completes this quaint abode. This is also where we will share meals together between adventures.



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Bear Shared Room

Perfect for a couple, or two friends looking to share their own space, this comfy room with one queen and two twins is located on the first floor of the community A-Frame house. A shared bathroom is just outside the room.

$1,500 per person, early bird pricing



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Fish & Hummingbird Shared Rooms

Located on the top floor of the A-Frame, these spacious rooms offer each guest their own bed in a light-filled and airy sanctuary (3-5 people per room). Bathrooms are shared.

$1,025 per person, early bird pricing.



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Canvas Tent Glampsites

These sturdy canvas tent sites include a fully set-up canvas tent with real beds and linens, a small floor rug, lantern, and side table. Glampsites have access to an outdoor sink and shower, and outdoor latrine bathrooms. Glampsites can sleep up to 2 people.

$825 per person, early bird pricing.



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Shared Yurt for 5

This spacious yurt tucked away in the trees sleeps five on comfortable floor mattresses in a fully enclosed domed yurt. Guests have access to an outdoor sink and shower, and latrine style bathrooms.

$750 per person, early bird pricing.


ABOUT THE TEACHING TEAM



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Maureen Cane

Maureen is a dedicated yogi who is inspired by bold adventures, beautiful places, and strong relationships. Her path often leads to high mountains, remote deserts, and rugged coasts. She inspires her students to understand the biomechanics and alignment of their unique bodies, cultivate skills to promote optimal health and develop a balanced yoga practice. Students leave Maureen’s classes feeling relaxed, invigorated and inspired.

Abbie Dutterer

Abbie believes that mindfulness can be both accessible & practical. Her warm and welcoming teaching style offers individuals a compassionate space to be themselves. Abbie is dedicated to letting students explore how yoga & meditation resonate with their unique bodies and minds. Her slow-flow yoga classes focus on the breath and smart sequencing with options for each student. Abbie has been teaching in the Bay Area for 9 years: in middle school gyms, incarceration facilities, at corporate offices, and in local yoga studios.



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Kari Jacobsen

Kari just wants the whole world to relax with her. She is known for her steady guidance and calming presence, which encourages students to find and listen to their inner wisdom and enables them to practice in a way that feels dynamic and mindful. Kari embodies both science-minded knowledge and heart-centered intuition. The ease and clarity of her teaching provides a welcoming environment for students of all levels with inquiring minds and bodies. Kari has been teaching both active and restoring styles of yoga for over ten years, and also practices craniosacral therapy. A Bay Area native, Kari spends her days as a mechanical engineer specializing in train accidents.