retreat to restore
superNOVA WELLNESS RETREAT: Kanab, Utah
October 18 - 21, 2019
return to the Earth, rekindle your fire
Need some space to deepen your connection with living well? Join us in Kanab, Utah for an exclusive supernova wellness retreat to gorgeous southern Utah this October, where we’ll practice mindful movement through yoga and hiking, explore meditation and yoga nidra, and ground down with a cacao ceremony as well as a healing sound bath to restore deep calm and connection.
We’ll trek through secluded pink sandstone canyons that are off the crowded tourist track for unforgettable adventure, as well as the Coral Pink Sand Dunes state park for an out of this world sunset experience. New friends and joyous adventures await - starting with the two adorable donkeys living at our desert ranch home.
Come Home to the High Desert
Our retreat home is a gorgeous 6 bedroom, 6.5 bath desert ranch with lots of space for both community and privacy. Located just five minutes from downtown Kanab, it’s home to two friendly burros who we’ll also have a chance to meet and feed.
Kanab is the biggest little town in Utah, and thanks to its proximity to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, it boasts numerous delicious restaurants with excellent vegetarian and vegan dining options, as well as great meals for omnivores, too. Thanks to its natural beauty, this humble little town is famous on the big screen, as Kabab was the set of choice for Hollywood western movies filmed in days gone by. If it impressed your grandad in black and white, just wait until you see it in vivid living color.
We’ll depart Salt Lake City the morning of Friday, October 18 and arrive in Kanab that afternoon to get settled in together, practice yoga and meditation, and enjoy dinner at our retreat ranch. On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll practice, enjoy breakfast, explore the beauty of southern Utah, playing in hidden gems around Grand Staircase Escalante state park. We’ll return to town for group dinners at two incredible Kanab restaurants. On Monday morning, we’ll practice, enjoy breakfast and depart to return for Salt Lake City.
Guests have the option of joining our group carpool from the Salt Lake City area or driving their own vehicle to Kanab. Rooms for the three-night adventure start at $550 for a single bed in a shared double room, $700 for a double bed in a shared room (three of each available), or $850 for a single-occupancy double room (two available). If you are booking for two people who would like to share a double bed in a private double room, the rate is $650 per person.
Packages at a Glance
Single bed in a shared room: $550 (only one left!)
Double bed in a shared room: $700 (two spots remain)
Private double room: $850 (only one left!)
Two people sharing a private double bed: $650 per person (up to two available)
The retreat package includes group transportation from Salt Lake City, lodging at our beautiful desert ranch, daily yoga, mindful hikes, meditation, and yoga nidra practice, as well as a sound bath, and our delicious vegetarian arrival dinner, breakfasts and lunch, as well as plenty of healthy snacks. Dinners in town are healthy, world-class, affordable meals, but not included in the retreat package so that everyone can eat according to their dietary preferences.
Secure Your Spot Before it’s Gone!
This incredible experience will fill up fast – reserve your room today with a $100 deposit. PayPal financing with monthly payments are available, and full payment is required by September 15, 2019. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to begin your wellness adventure today.
meet your retreat host
Shannon McPhee is a teacher of mindfulness and connection.
She’s a self-professed nerd and great lover of nature - plants and animals alike. Shannon comes from the North Atlantic, where she learned to love the wild wind and seas. She leads powerful yoga practices, outdoor adventures, meditation and sound baths, and she trains teachers of yoga nidra. Shannon believes there are many tools to help us hear our truth so that we can all rekindle our connection to the universe of love all around us.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” –Albert Einstein