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4th Annual Apostle Islands Expedition
July 18th-21st FULL
July 25th-28th FULL
Aug 1st-4th FULL
August 16th-19th FULL
Getting into the Flow
(near) Bayfield, Wisconsin
This retreat is an amazing opportunity to get into the flow of life. What better way to do that than in a sea kayak, exploring sea caves on Lake Superior!
An ideal introduction to the world of sea kayaking, four day format provides enough time to immerse in the outdoors and recapture the spirit of your adventuresome self. First time paddlers learn a range of skills and safety considerations that allow you to feel comfortable embarking on your own future trips. Experienced paddlers fine tune technique and deepen their knowledge of navigation, leadership and decision making on the water. Island features such as lighthouses, sea caves, wildlife, beaches and forests are included!
What do we mean by “getting into the flow?"
Being in the flow is a state connection to the moment and divine inspiration. It's a state that is open to possibility, redirection, and expansion.
Being in the flow means balancing and honoring personal needs
Has much to do with quieting the mind. Getting out of a state of doubt and self-sabotage
Yoga is yin/hatha
About the program:
-Daily yoga, meditation and guided relaxation to support you in deepening into your unique gifts and creative inspiration
-Learn nature related practices to heal and rejuvenate that you can take home and integrate into your life.
-Guided group processes such as gratitude ceremony to facilitate authentic connection and spark new truths
-Laura Adrian is available for support and questions throughout the journey
-Virtual pre-trip meeting to connect with fellow participants and help you prepare (make sure all your questions get answered). This will be recorded in case you miss.
-June 25th at 7pm CST for the August 1st-4th trip
-June 27th at 7pm CST for the August 16th-19th trip
-June 24th at 7pm CST for the July 18th-21st trip
-June 26th at 7pm CST for the July 25th-28th trip
-Intimate group of 9 participants
-No experience necessary. You don't need to be an athlete or superwoman to participate. If you have health concerns or injuries that may limit your ability to fully participate contact us prior to registration.
-This is a drug & alcohol free experience to ensure the safety of all participants
Note: trips may have a male kayak instructor if no female guides are available
-All gear rental (That includes kayaks, tents, etc. All you need is a sleeping bag and pad and we can help you out with that if you let us know in advance)
-Expert guides (years of kayaking experience + Wilderness First Responder Certified)
-Delicious and nutritious organic/local meals Friday morning through Sunday lunch. Meals feature local cheeses, fish and produce. We can accommodate food allergies/diets (check with us before registering if this is important to you).
-Daily yoga, meditation, team building, nature practices and inspiration
-3 nights of camping (one on the mainland 2 nights on the islands)
-Pre-trip virtual meeting to support you in preparing for the trip, connecting to participants, and answering any questions. Meeting will be recorded, but attendance is highly encouraged!
Note: Tents are typically shared with 1-2 people. If this is an issue for you please contact Laura prior to registration.
What if I'm new to camping/outdoor adventure?
No need to have prior experience with outdoor adventure/wilderness. This trip is very 'beginner friendly' and we'll walk you through preparing step-by-step. A can-do attitude is essential!
Day 1: Set up camp on the mainland, hang out, explore. Group dinner at 6pm. Program officially begins at 7pm with an opening circle.
Day 2: Delicious breakfast with organic fresh fruits and vegetables! We'll begin the day with yoga followed by a kayak instruction and safety course. We'll eat lunch, pack up the gear and get on the water. The Sand Island is a short paddle away. We'll have a nice cooked meal made by our guides. In the evening we'll have a special program and a fire. There will be free time to relax, explore, and socialize.
Day 3: Wake up to a freshly cooked breakfast. We'll do yoga and meditate in the morning. Then we'll pack up camp and do a day-trip to sea caves and if another island! One the way we'll have lunch and get to the campsite mid-afternoon. We'll have an evening program followed by fire, star gazing, and reflection.
Day 4: Wake up to a freshly cooked breakfast we'll do some more yoga and meditation to set ourselves up for the day. We'll head out mid-morning to explore sea caves and a lighthouse if people want. We'll take a break and have lunch on a beach. We'll make our way back to the mainland early afternoon. We'll close with a circle on the mainland and bless each other as we go our separate ways. The program closes at 3pm.
Carpooling (need a ride? give a ride? click on your trip to set-up rideshares):
2) You will receive a welcome email regarding trip specifics, how to prepare, and plan. I will be available for pre-trip questions.
3) Expect pre-trip communication including packing lists, virtual meetings, and additional information to assist you in preparing for the expedition.
Due to the nature of this event all sales are final. You may consider purchasing traveler’s insurance.
In the event of severe weather, the guides will provide alternatives to ensure the safety of participants.