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The Centre offers the possibility of short-stay personal retreats to enable guests to pursue their individual practice of yoga in a peaceful and beautiful environment shared with a small spiritual community.
Join a practicing yoga community and get away from your typical routine. Engage with a community practicing the principles of yoga and selfless service as much as you wish.
- Develop your own schedule based on the daily classes that can include yoga asana, philosophy, kirtan or other offerings.
- Enjoy delicious, primarily organic vegetarian meals with the community using seasonal produce from our extensive gardens.
- Spend your time in quiet contemplation, walking in nature, reading and other activities.
Return home feeling rested, well-nourished and spiritually rejuvenated!
Rates are per person, per night and include accommodations, all vegetarian meals, access to the self-serve tea bar, and includes all scheduled yoga classes. Taxes are included.
|Shared with shared bath*|
|Private with shared bath|
|Private with ensuite|
*Shared rates will apply only if you are registering with a friend or relative who will be sharing your room during your personal retreat or extended stay. Shared rooms have 2-3 twin beds per room.
**Camping is available May 1 – September 30 only. Campers are asked to bring their own tents, sleeping bags, pillows, linens and towels.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in Personal Retreats?
Personal Retreat fees include accommodations (either in-house or camping), meals, access to the self-serve tea bar. All scheduled yoga classes are also included in the fees listed.
What time is check in & check out?
Your room will be ready after 3 pm on your arrival date. If you’d like to arrive earlier in the afternoon, please inquire with the office. Check out is by 11 am on your departure date.
What is your cancellation policy?
Please read the Cancellation Policy.
What are the camping facilities like?
Camping is available from May to September. We offer unmarked tenting campsites in a quiet forest setting or in the sunny open meadows. All have access to hot outdoor showers and outhouses; however, there is no electrical hook‐ups. Campers are asked to bring their own tents, sleeping bags, pillows, linens and towels. Please note: there are no open fires, kerosene lamps or candles allowed on the land.
What are the rooms like?
The rooms are cozy with comfortable beds and linens. Private rooms have 1 twin bed; shared rooms have 2-3 twin beds, depending on the room. Rooms have nightstands, bedside lamps and dressers (alarm clocks are not provided). All rooms, except our one room with an ensuite, have shared washrooms.
What is provided at the Centre?
Yoga mats and props are provided (If you prefer to bring your own yoga mat we welcome you to do so). In-house guests: all linens and towels are provided and there is shampoo, conditioner and body wash in the washrooms for your use.
What should I bring?
Please bring personal toiletries, comfortable clothing, and an alarm clock. We do not wear outdoor shoes inside, so feel free to bring slippers. A water bottle is also a good idea. Campers are asked to bring their own tents, sleeping bags, pillows, linens and towels.
Can I pay for shared accommodation if I am coming on my own?
Shared accommodation rates for Personal Retreats are available to those booking with a friend/family member.
How do I get to the Centre?
We have posted directions on our contact page.
How long will it take to get there?
From Vancouver allow four to five hours (door to door) by ferry and car or transit; 25 minutes airtime by floatplane plus ten minutes by car/taxi. From Victoria, allow a comfortable two hours door to door by ferry and car. We have posted more details on our contact page.