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Summer Barre Wellness Retreat

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  • Full Name: SaltSpring Fitness
  • Location: Harbour House Hotel/All Saints Lower Level
  • Phone: 2505388450
  • Expires: 19 days, 6 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 7, 2019

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    Summer Wellness Retreat Aug 23-25 2019!

    This will be a weekend for you to focus on your fitness, be versed in tons of holistic nutrition education, and learn all the tools you need to go forward as your healthiest self. It’ll be the perfect balance of reaching new limits while also taking some much-needed time away from your busy life to re-align with your wellness goals.

    What’s Included?
    4 Barre Recharge classes
    A Barre 101 workshop
    2 Barre Ab & Stretch classes
    1 Barre Strength class
    2 Nutrition sessions with Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Meghan De Jong
    1 Reflexology workshop with, Reflexologist, Natalie Gold
    Creation of a detailed fitness and health plan with personalized guidance from Health Coach, Tanja Akerman
    Take home goodie bag with products from some amazing local companies
    A journal, journaling pen and binder for your wellness plan

    What you can expect to learn?
    Barre instruction: Tanja will guide you through all 7 different Barre classes while teaching you the fundamentals of alignment, strength, and flexibility. You will leave the week-end feeling refreshed, inspired, centered and confident with the basics of Barre movements of barre and ready to take care of yourself in a healthier way!

    Nutrition education: Meghan will cover topics such as; gut health, balancing hormones, and increasing energy levels. You will learn how to create healthy balanced meals and why trendy diets don’t work but eating to nourish does!

    Reflexology Workshop: Learn reflexology (foot massage) basics to use as an add-on to other bodywork, to deepen intimacy and increase overall well-being! Come prepared to have fun learning new hands-on skills. Includes an individual mini-treatment.
    How to Create a Fitness and Health Plan: Tanja will assist you in creating a fitness and health plan so you can incorporate all you learn during the retreat back into your regular daily life
    Additional Info
    During the week-end, there will also be some free time to enjoy the infamous Saturday Market and experience all of the beauty Salt Spring has to offer.

    Private Nutrition and Reflexology available, Schedule to be email out to attendants with Times and Costs

    Classes will be held at the Harbour House, with the exception of Saturday am classes at All Saints 110 Park Drive – Walking distance from the Harbour House

    Food & Accommodation is not included in the retreat fee. Pick up at the ferry can be arranged with the Salt Spring Harbour House Shuttle when you book your stay (250) 537 5571.

    You can look forward to sharing a weekend full of health education, fitness, relaxation, and inspiration to become your healthiest self!

    Reserve your space by June 30th for $300

    Regular rate is $350


    Email Tanja with any questions: saltspringfitness@gmail.com
    When you register, tell us about your goals for the week-end

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