Immerse yourself in the transformational practice of yoga and the calming and nourishing magic of mother nature. Enjoy nature walks, fresh open-air yoga practices with breath-taking mountain vista views, plus yoga and meditation practices in one or more of the awe-inspiring retreat center sanctuaries.
Come alive through energizing morning vinyasa yoga practices and center and ground with evening gentle yoga, meditation, and dharma talks, as well as time spent together outside in the magnificent nature that surrounds the Blue Ridge Mountains, NC.
- 4 nights accommodations
- 3 meals per day starting with dinner on the first night and ending with breakfast on the last day
- Daily yoga practices
- Personal retreat time (having time to nap, explore, walk, read, and just be)
Serenity and relaxation await amidst this pristine forest high up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, North Carolina. Situated on 380 breathtaking acres of forested mountains watch the sunrise, rejuvenate at the spa, or enjoy a peaceful walk. Enjoy incredible vistas of either the stunning mountains or the quiet magic of the forest from your room. Escape the mundane and unwind atop the mountain.
Stay warm by the fire circle under the stars or journey through the labyrinth located on the grounds to stay centered. Strengthen in the fitness room or unwind in the spa and steam rooms
There are miles of scenic trails with lots to explore. Serene lakes, historic sites, climbable cliffs, and much more.
Enjoy delicious meals that promote whole-body health and balance. There are even cooking and art classes available on site.
Note: This Retreat Center is a tobacco, alcohol and meat-free facility.
Kelley, the founder of Savannah Yoga Center, has been practicing and teaching yoga for nearly 20 years. Her teaching style is creative and light-hearted. Kelley teaches two polar opposite styles of yoga: Dynamic Vinyasa for those that like to flow quickly while sweating their way to enlightenment to upbeat tempo music as well as Gentle Vinyasa for those that want or need to experience more ease and comfort in their lives. She often threads mythology, mudra, and breathwork into the practice, her hope is that students experience the magic, grounding, and transformational nature of yoga in her classes.
Kelley’s dedication to the Savannah community led her to create the SYC Community Partner Program. The program has donated over $15,000 to local charities since 2010, through special events and classes at SYC. Having shown excellence in work, community, and philanthropy, Kelley was granted the Armstrong State University Notable Alumni Award in October 2016.
Kelley holds a B.A. in Art from Armstrong Atlantic State University and continues to live a life saturated in creativity which manifests itself not only through the yoga retreats, classes, and workshops she offers year-round but also in her crystal, mineral, and spirit shop, Ordinary Magic, which opened on Summer Solstice, June 21, 2019.
There are multiple yoga spaces offering open floor plans with plenty of natural light and freely flowing air through tall windows. Hundreds of acres to explore while hiking or horseback riding. Relinquish your adventurous side while whitewater rafting or catching some snow on the slopes. Surrender to nature and bask in the serene mountain air.
While on your retreat you will also have the opportunity to take part in adventure activities and wonderful excursions. Some of the possible options include:
- Pottery class
- Ayurveda cooking class
- Horseback riding
- White-water rafting
- And more!
*Price of some Activities are not included in tuition unless free or listed under inclusions.
Paying your initial deposit of $350 will lock in your tuition rate and hold your space for the trip. A non-refundable $35 Payment Processing Fee will be added to the tuition rate upon registration.
For technical questions or alternative payment options, please contact us.
We cannot emphasize more the importance of travel insurance. As we all know, especially as travelers, “life happens.” Whether it’s family, work, mother nature, or a change of heart, it is important to be prepared in case you need to unexpectedly change your travel plans. Often for less than $150, you can purchase a travel insurance policy and be protected in the event that you need to make a change or need to be covered financially prior to or during your trip.
We have partnered with two insurance companies: Trawick International and CSA Travel Insurance (available for U.S. Residents only). For Non-U.S. Residents this policy with Trawick insurance is available: Safe Travels Multi-National.
We encourage you to research the insurance company and policy that best meets your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Shared Accommodations – $1495 USD
Deluxe Shared Accommodations – $1595 USD
Single Accommodations – $1695 USD
Deluxe Single Accommodations – $1795 USD
Paying your initial deposit of $350 will lock in your tuition rate and hold your space for the trip. A non-refundable $35 Payment Processing Fee will be added to the tuition rate upon registration. For technical questions or alternative payment options, please contact us.
Sign Up with No Risk
In response to COVID-19, True Nature is offering a temporary exception to our cancellation policy. When you sign up for any 2021 or 2022 retreat, your deposit is fully transferable. There is no cancellation fee if you transfer to another trip or put your deposit ($350) on hold for a future trip until the final payment date.*
We want to make sure everyone feels safe to travel and we are here to help and support you throughout this journey.
*This offer is valid for any new registrations prior to 108 days before the retreat date.
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