Yoga Home Retreat SEPT 23-25
Your transformative weekend awaits…
Christine is a dynamo and sprouting with the Earth’s bountiful energy. And Joshua Holder will soothe your soul. Meditation, Acro, Music, Yoga, Hiking, Boating, Photography by YoGoGirls, and some surprises that we know will affect your energetic imprint.
Treat yourself to a weekend of playing with friends, while elevating your vibrations with sacred music and creative class offerings at Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri. Join YoGoGirls, Christine Kick, and Joshua Holder SEPT 23-25 in the 9,400 square foot Kinderhook Castle on Lake of the Ozarks. This home sits on the highest elevation in Old Kinderhook Golf Course with its great room and three separate patios offering spectacular views of sunrise and sunset, the private golf course and the Lake. Its landscape is plush with a cascading water fall and pristine foliage all around.
We’ll dine on healthy meals in the gourmet kitchen complete with three ovens, built-in wok, warming drawers, wine storage, ice maker, wine refrigerator, and two sinks. We may even choose to challenge each other to a game of air hockey, basketball (an indoor court), ping pong or pool in the game room.
We’ll practice yoga indoor and out, frolic in various outdoor and lake adventures, and of course experience acro yoga, meditation, and lots of love and laughter. Come free your heart with a weekend of joyful play. Accommodation options range from building your own fort inside the massive home to a private room.
346 Country Ridge Drive
Lake of the Ozarks, MO 65020
REGISTER ONLINE >> christinekick.com
Fun Facts about Lake of the Ozarks:
- The lake runs 92 miles end to end.
- The Lake holds around 617 billion gallons of water.
- At roughly 1,150 miles, the total shoreline of the Lake of the Ozarks is longer than the coastline of California.
- The lake was the largest man-made lake in the United States, when it was completed in 1931 by the Union Electric Co. of St. Louis.
- The total cost to build Bagnell Dam was approximately $30 million (nearly $360 million in today’s money).
- At 17,741 acres, Lake of the Ozarks State Park is the largest park in Missouri.
- Lake of the Ozarks covers 61,000 acres and contains 617 billion gallons of fresh water, what the city of St. Louis typically uses over a decade.
- Roughly 3.5 million tourists visit Lake of the Ozarks from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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