Granlibakken prides itself on being one of Tahoe's better vacation complexes, hosting everything from local rotary meetings to international science seminars.
Yoga Retreats (1)
Practicing yoga since 1998, Katie started teaching yoga in 2007 and has since trained in multiple styles of yoga and bodywork. Katie thanks Kundalini yoga for teaching her discipline, Thai Massage for teaching her patience, and Prajna yoga for teaching her humility. Currently, Katie focuses both her teaching and her self-practice on Restorative yoga, mindfulness meditation, and alignment-based Hatha. She loves the fusion of yoga and social justice, discussing the importance of cultural awareness amongst yoga teachers.
Katie Leist Kundalini Yoga Instructor at RAY 2017.
“As soon as you come to Granlibakken and the area, it’s very healing. When you step outside to breathe the fresh air, you know your body, soul and mind are being healed."
Kristin Englund Healer and Instructor at RAY 2017
“When I lived in San Francisco and I would come up here, I would feel all my walls dissipate and my true self come through. I knew this place was where I could heal and let my walls down. There are high vibrations in these mountains, which is why it’s such a magnet to people who come here. Granlibakken is also a magical place and we are so lucky to have been able to practice here. It really is the perfect space, among the trees and the mountains, tucked away from everything.”
Andrew Demille Sound Healer & Bodyworker at RAY 2017
“Lake Tahoe is pure magic. It’s just a great place to come to be active, unwind and to connect with some amazing bodyworkers and healers. Coming from a busier city, I immediately knew that this place was very different, in a good way. I feel more at peace here, more relaxed, and overall very happy.”