The sault108 residency at The King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort is on the books for 2018! Join us for our quarterly weekend yoga and wellness immersion on St. Simons Island. — First up March 9-11 — This stunning resort is located on an expanse of beach along the Georgia coast, featuring lush marshes and perfect sunrise views. It is the perfect backdrop for doing transformational work, connecting with friends, and settling into deep relaxation. The weekend will offer a mixture of fiery vinyasa, traditional hatha, and gentle yin yoga, plus meditation – enjoy all five classes or just a few. Featuring Traci Jo Lee, E-RYT, Christena Devlin, RYT and, Paige Williamson, RYT.
We hope you join us to stay, practice, and play.
What does your retreat include?
- Beachfront resort accommodations
- Daily Yoga and Meditation
- Social hour - with Vision Boards
- Two delicious brunches
- Juice/Smoothie/Healthy Snacks
- Fat tire bike rental for the weekend
- Sunrise Beach Yoga + Meditation
- Community, Connection, and, so much more...
Your choice of accommodations:
- Oceanfront Package(double occupancy) $469.00 per person - SOLD!
- Partial Ocean view Package(double occupancy) $449.00 per person
- Resort View Package(double occupancy) $429.00 per person
- Standard View Package(double occupancy) $419.00 per person
- Two bedroom Villa - Partial Ocean View(up to four people max) $299-SOLD! per -person(based on 4) Gather your tribe, jump in this cozy villa, with a kitchen for sharing fresh delicious meals. One shared King bed, one Queen, pull out sofa-bed.
- Two bedroom Villa - Oceanfront View(up to four people max)$319 per person(based on 4) Gather your tribe, jump in this cozy villa, with a kitchen for sharing fresh delicious meals. One shared King bed, one Queen, pull out sofa-bed.
Reservations through sault108 - call Traci at 706-474-1555 to book today!
Yoga Only? Yes, please join us.
Weekend Pass $108.00
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- Check-in 4pm - leisurely check-in, unpack your bags, freshen-up, dress for practice.
- 5pm Orientation - meet in resort lobby
- 5:30-7pm opening practice: Choosing Perspective
- Time TBA - social hour/adult beverages + vision boards :)
- NIte NIte - sweet dreams
- 6:30-7:30am Surya Salute + Meditate: sun salutation A + meditation
- 9:00-10:30 Vinyasa Practice: Part One: Rooting
- 11:00am-12:15pm Brunch
- 1:00-2pm Hatha Practice: 7 Core Actions for a Stable Spine
- 4-5:30pm Yin Practice
- Free Time - go enjoy fresh eats on the island!
- 7:15-7:45am Meditate
- 8:30-10am Vinyasa Practice: Part two: Expanding
- 10:00-11:00am Brunch
- 11:00am Check Out
*Times subject to change with notice. It will be in your favor always.
Saturday + Sunday Mornings with Traci: Vinyasa Yoga(often called flow yoga) incorporates intelligently sequenced postures linking breath and movement.
In this practice, use the body, breath and mind deliberately to discover an integrated, unified state of harmony and attention.
This two part Vinyasa series is workshop style and aims to ignite your fire for practice.
Part one: Rooting—Anchor in your body, guided by breath, to build a steady foundation. Establish endurance and confidence on your feet and in your core, to serve your whole practice. *standing pose emphasis with a hint of arm balancing. All levels.
Part two: Expanding—from stability grow in freedom. This mixed-level flow will take us through the whole body and into the upper back and shoulders to grow deeper expressions in backbends.
Expect to balance effort and ease in your practice and have fun while doing it.
Bio: Traci Lee, E-RYT, has been practicing yoga for 18 years, grateful for the benefits of conscious living. Known for her passion and creativity, Traci’s classes are challenging, inspiring and dedicated to helping people of all ages experience the joys of yoga practice. Traci is the co-founder and co-director of her home studio, Kali Yoga at Lake Oconee and sault108, a yoga travel company. She co-directs the human yoga project, a non-profit, emerging to bridge the gap between medical and yoga, with the union aiming to provide accessible yoga education and resources in underserved communities. Traci offers classes, workshops, and retreats, locally and internationally. She is committed to creating opportunities for teachers to teach and yogis to practice locally and globally. For more information about Traci, please visit her online at tracijoleeyoga.com kaliintegrative.com and sault108.com
Friday and Saturday Hatha with Christena:
Choosing Perspective: A Hatha class meant to gently challenge both your body and perspective. We will explore the dual nature of our postures as they parallel the dual nature of reality itself. We will focus on alignment as we explore phrases like “expand and contract”, “root and rise,” and shift our own mentality to see the how what we consider as factual may be the very opposite of the truth.
7 Core Actions for a Stable Spine: Why is it that we can sit in front of our computers for 8 hours a day, but struggling to sit tall during 30 minutes of meditation? If this sounds familiar, you may be experiencing weakness or misalignment in the spine. Join us for an exploration of your front and backbody, learning 7 core actions that will keep your spine safe while harnessing into the potential mobility of our joints. Expect to spend time on your back, front, and feet, while saving the hardest posture of all – sitting – for the very end.
Bio: Christena Devlin, RYT, has been practicing yoga for 15 years, continually grateful for the strength and stability it brings to her physical, mental, and spiritual life. As a new teacher, Christena’s goal is to teach students how to have a sustainable practice that is gently challenging both on and off the mat, while teaching sensitivity that will allow you to tap into your most joyful, compassionate self. She is a 200 RYT with a traditional Hatha training from the Circle Yoga Shala in Arkansas, where she lives with her family and many furry friends.
Saturday afternoon with Paige:
Yin yoga is a quiet, calm, and introspective practice. Its purpose is to stretch the connective tissues, ligaments, cartilage, joints, and the deep fascia networks of the body. This stretching balances body and mind, increases joint mobility, and restores energy. Begin with slow, fluid movement to warm the body then, settle in for longer held, static floor postures. In yin yoga, release control by placing the body into various shapes and naturally adapting, without any force; with a spirit of surrender. Come prepared to let go and trust deeply in your body’s inner wisdom.
*class focus: stretching the entire body --- sides, front, and back.
Bio:Paige Williamson, RYT-200, attended her first yoga class in 2012. That day, she fell deeply in love with the practice. Through yoga, Paige’s confidence was built and she began to live comfortably in her own skin. She learned how to breathe and in doing so, she learned how the breath anchored her in the present moment and calmed her mind. She quickly developed a home practice after that first class, relying heavily on Yogaglo teachers for direction and instruction. Paige received her 200-hour Yoga Alliance teacher certification through Savannah Yoga Center in May of 2016. In the spring of 2017, she began her 500-hour teacher certification through Asheville Yoga Center. Paige’s desire as a teacher is to ignite a passion in her students for movement and to facilitate their ability to use that movement as a tool for self-discovery. She challenges her students physically and mentally while providing encouragement and support along the way. Paige loves to sprinkle yoga philosophy into her classes and she often draws attention to the parallels of practice and real life to remind students that “the yoga” happens as soon as you step off the mat. She also has a deep love for music and spirituality and these two elements often influence the rhythm and tone of her classes. Paige currently teaches classes at the Zen Den in Lyons, GA. She enjoys teaching vinyasa flow as well as yin.