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You are invited to be "back in the Healing Woods" to unplug from your daily to-do list. The Lake Clear Lodge, rich in history, and old world charm awaits you as host for this wellness, meditation, and yoga retreat. Take time to recollect yourself completely, experience inspiring practices rooted in classical yoga -eightfold path, and deepen your awareness of what’s most essential. During this retreat, you will also connect with nature and feel too all the elements alive within and learn about nutritional energetics with Cathy's culinary naturopathy so that you will leave renewed and with a greater sense of wholeness. No yoga or meditation experience required.
April Melody Chalet is a part of The Lake Clear Lodge. The chalet features a beautiful floor, ceiling wood burning fireplace, and a full kitchen. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom with bathtub or shower.
Sundown is a part of The Lake Clear Lodge. The chalet is surrounded by beautiful colors in the fall. The big tree truck is hiding the large deck on the left of the house. The chalet offers wood burning fireplace with warm hand-hewn wood cathedral ceiling. The chalet also has two bedrooms, one bath, and a full kitchen. You can see lake view from the deck, with a bit from the kitchen. The chalet is just next door to The Lake Clear Lodge and its fireside ratskeller with custom beer and wine cellar.
A retreat in the Healing Woods is designed to inspire and renew your spitit with contempative practices and nutritional energetics that weave together a multi-dimensional approach for enhanced wellness. The lodge provides a beautiful lake side venue on 25 acres that will allow to have sessions both inside and outside. This weekend is for anyone looking for a respite in nature to reconnect with themselves while experiencing nourishing practices for the body, mind and spirit guided by experienced instructors / practitioners.
Lake Clear Lodge and Retreat is in the Adirondack Park of upstate New York, on beautiful Lake Clear and 25 acres of land. It is one of the last original Adirondack Lodges, open to the public, family owned and operated by three generations over 50 years. The owner hosts take pride in their signature great camp dining and unique artisan lodgings.
This retreat includes two breakfasts, one lunch, and two dinners. Meals are set for most diets and are diet less via a unique 'Build Your Own Meal'. The food will be created by chef and owner Cathy Hohmeyer.