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SANTA YNEZ VALLEY

october 26

R A N C H O S A N J U L I A N  /  Santa Ynez Valley, California

Steal away for a day of transformation, rejuvenation and sisterhood at the historic Rancho San Julian in the Santa Ynez Valley. This condensed version of the Beautiful Nomad experience will commence with a meditation and an Ayurvedic cleansing practice, followed by a Pilates + acupressure-infused yoga class. We will transition into our creative offering of the day with a natural bundle dyeing workshop in collaboration with OZMA. Our time together will wrap with a fall harvest farm-to-table feast prepared by our host and chef extraordinaire Elizabeth Poett. Push pause on your everyday routine to step back in time and retreat at one of California’s oldest family-run ranches alongside a truly extraordinary group of women. We can’t wait to meet you there . . .

DATE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2019

LOCATION: RANCHO SAN JULIAN

TIME: 10:00AM - 6:30PM

 

RETREAT INCLUDES:  

> Ayurvedic ritual and meditation

> Pilates with Colleen Ferguson of Atwill Pilates

> Chinese medicine-inspired yoga + acupressure with Bonnie Crotzer

> Natural bundle dyeing workshop with Victoria Keen in collaboration with OZMA

> History + tour of the iconic California ranch

> Tapas + farm-to-table dinner prepared by Elizabeth Poett. Vegetarian option available.

> Wellness tote + a pumpkin from the patch

 

PRICE: $350

+ Pay in full to reserve your spot!

+ Retreat kicks off promptly at 10:00am on Saturday

 
 

CANCELLATION POLICY: Refunds for your payment vary depending on the timing of the cancellation request. Should you cancel more than 30 days from the retreat date, 50% of the total amount will be refunded. Finally, under no circumstance will there will be any refunds given for cancellation requests made less than 30 days of the retreat date. Exceptions cannot be made for any reason, including weather, injury/illness, or personal emergencies. We do not offer refunds or credit for a guest who fails to attend, arrives late, or leaves early.

 

Photos by Lauren Ross, Elizabeth Messina, Annie Meisel, and Elizabeth Poett