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Friday

3:30-5pm

  • Register

  • Shop Vendors

  • Tour Property

6-7:30pm​

  • Opening Ceremony with meditation and yoga session

  • Introduction of workshop providers

  • Overview of Schedule

7:30-9pm 

  • Dinner on or off property

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Saturday

Sunrise

  • Yoga on Hole #13

7-9am

  • Breakfast on or off property​

9-11am​

  • Lifestyle Coaching Workshop

  • Acro Yoga Workshop

11-1:30pm​

  • Lunch on or off property

1:30-3:30​

  • Chakra Yoga Workshop

  • Nutrition Workshop

4-6pm​

  • Ha Ha Tonka Hike Excursion

  • Yin Yoga Workshop

6:30-8pm​

  • Dinner on or off property

  • Free Time​

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Sunday

Sunrise

  • Walking and Guided Meditation Session

7-9am ​

  • Breakfast on or off property

9-11am​

  • Restorative Yoga Workshop

  • Body Balance Workshop

11-1pm​

  • Lunch on or off property

1-3pm​

  • Ending Ceremony

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Free Time

  • Spa Packages 

  • Private Sessions

  • Private Classes

  • Golf Lessons

  • Kayaking

  • Fitness Center

  • Mobile Massage 

  • Golf Packages

  • Hiking

Prebooking may be required. Additional fees may apply. You do not have to book lodging at Old Kinderhook to partake in amenities. ​Some amenities not on property. 

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Kalise Lischwe 
Kali'a Maluhia SUP Yoga

    Kali has blessed the lake area in SUP yoga, across yoga, aerial hammock yoga, bungee fitness, performances, acro and SUP retreats, children's classes and more. 

    After receiving her certification in aerial arts from Voler Aerial Arts Studio in Kansas City, MO and SUP certification in Ft Lauderdale, FL she began Kali's Maluhia SUP Yoga in 2017. Worldwide retreat participant and teacher her vast knowledge offers a unique experience. 

    When she is not running her business she is caring for her 2 children, pets, and cattle ranch. Her motto is to Live With Purpose! She leads by example and I am so honored to have her as a workshop presenter! 

    So what exactly is acro yoga? It involves 3 primary roles. The base, flyer, and spotter. The base person is the individual who has the most contact with the ground. The base provides stability and support for the flyer, often laying entirely down on floor at a beginner level.

    Next you have the flyer. This is the individual who is elevated off the ground by the base. The flyer can move into gravity based positions at a beginner level then advance into a series of dynamic positions. 

    Last we have the spotter or spotters. This individual objectively watches their partners, and whose entire focus is on making sure the flyer lands safely if they fall. Recommendations to the base and flyer can be made if the spotter is aware of anything that may improve form and/or safety. 

    Acrobatics is the physical part of acro yoga. It incorporates gymnastics techniques with teamwork to produce poses. At a beginner level static poses are the final goal. Dynamic series posing comes with progression. 

    All fitness levels are able to participate. No experience necessary.

    Find out more about her business on facebook search Kali's Maluhia SUP Yoga and on instagram @kalimaluhiasup. 

    You may experience her unique style of teaching Saturday March 7th from 9-11am. Location of workshop to be announced at opening ceremony. Single workshop $25.

    

    

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Charis Patires
Lake of the Ozarks Yoga & Fitness

    Charis founded Lake of the Ozarks Yoga and Fitness in 2013. Her love for people, animals, and her community has helped this area thrive. 

    She provides classes at Tri-County YMCA of the Ozarks, Spa Shiki in the Lodge of Four Seasons, and different locations for charity events including Dogwood Animal Shelter. Her teaching style is suitable for all hearts and bodies. 

    Her motto: to make yoga and fitness accessible to everyone in a relatable, fun and relaxed atmosphere. As editor of Vacation News and Lake Lifestyles at Lake Media she can relate to having to manage a full-time career, a business and family. Her free time is spent continuing education in areas of yoga and fitness and boating with friends and family. 

    Charis's style is sure to please and will leave you feeling balanced, rejuvenated, centered and smiling. Find out more about her on facebook search Lake of the Ozarks Yoga & Fitness and instagram @loto_yoga_fitness.

    

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Traci Neal
200RYT
Yoga Alliance Certification

     Traci received her 200hr YTT at Ozark Mountain Yoga in Springfield, MO April of 2018 with an emphasis in Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga. Her personal preference of yoga is a slow meditative flow, yin and restorative. Her experience brings over 250 teaching hours and over 20 hours of continuing education. Her precise attention to detail allows for an individualized experience in every class. Teaching is her first passion; yoga is her second. She can be found leading classes at Integrity Yoga Wellness Center, Old Kinderhook Resort and Spa, and School of the Osage. 
      Traci can also be found at School of the Osage teaching 7th Language Arts. Amidst teaching 5 days a week, yoga 3-4 days a week, pursuing her masters degree she cares for her son, dog and daughter in college. "I came to yoga as a way to heal my physical body and ended up healing my emotional health's well. I believe in the healing power of yoga, pranayama and meditation."

    She will be leading the Yin Yoga workshop Saturday from 4pm-6pm. Yin yoga's focus for the physical body is to stretch the connective tissue by applying moderate stress to the tendons, fascia, and ligaments with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. This style allows a more meditative approach to yoga with its goals are awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality. This is a passive practice where poses are held for longer periods of time approx 2-4 min with a deeper practice to open the heart and invoke the primal self. Yin energy is passive, lunar, cooling, and feminine. It allows you the time and space needed for emotions, thoughts, and feelings you have within to surface. Once at surface you observe and let go. It cultivates compassion, acceptance, and love for ourselves. This workshop will teach you how to find a place of comfort in not-so-comfortable places, how to grow yourself through a meditative state, and how to open yourself to a blissful experience in the vastness of within. 

      On Sunday from 9am-11am she will lead the Restorative Workshop. Restorative yoga allows the body to fully release by resting in supported poses for an extended amount of time, approx 5-7 min. It is a practice that triggers the parasympathetic nervous system which allows the body to slow down and recover. It combats a hectic lifestyle hence triggering the "fight or flight" response within our bodies. The slower movements cultivate space for a deeper experience and allows more awareness of the physical sensations therefore becoming fully present in the current moment. As the practice expands, the mind is carried from a waking state of consciousness into the silent space between your thoughts; the space from where you're able to glimpse the soul and awaken the divinity within. Through surrendering to the poses your ability broadens to let go of preconceived notions of your body and how you think it should look and feel in and out of a pose, on and off your mat. 

    Both of these heart and mind expanding workshops will take place in the Creekview Conference Center. Bolsters will be provided. Bring your own blanket optional.