Leavenworth Retreat
Sep 25, 5:00 PM – Sep 27, 11:00 AM
Snowgrass Lodge,
8787 Icicle Rd, Leavenworth, WA 98826, USA

The Details:​

Where: Snowgrass Lodge, Leavenworth, WA

When: TBD

Who: Mothers and daughters age 7+

Price: varies by room ranging from $700 - $950

Cost is for the mother/daughter pair

Price includes accommodation, two dinners, two breakfasts, yoga classes, and activities including optional mini-astrology reading. 

Does not include travel costs, transportation to house, and lunch.

The home:

The 7,000-square-foot timber frame lodge boasts three floors of rustic beauty, including a grand living room with a stunning cathedral ceiling and river rock fireplace. The home is set on a tree-lined lot surrounded by mountains near the picturesque town of Leavenworth, WA. 

Leavenworth is a Bavarian-themed village in the Cascade mountains, a 2.5hour drive from Seattle. In addition to the many shops and restaurants in town, Leavenworth is rich with natural beauty and opportunities for exploring the outdoors. 

Room Options: The home features 6 guest bedroom options.

1. A master bedroom with a king bed and large private bath.

Cost: $950


2 & 3. A large bedroom with an adjoining loft. Both have a king sized bed. This is a great option for two families who are coming together! This room shares a jack-and-Jill bath with bedroom 4. This bathroom has separate toilet areas but a shared shower.  

Cost: Main bedroom: $850, loft: $800

4. King bedroom with jack-and-jill bath shared with bedroom 2&3.

Cost: $900

5. Downstairs queen bedroom. Shares a bathroom with the dorm-style room.

Cost: $800

6. Shared dorm-style bedroom. 5 twin-sized cots available. Shared bathroom.

Cost: $700

What to expect: While yoga is at the center of these weekends, the larger goal is connection, with ourselves, between mothers and daughters, and the group as a whole. We foster this bond through conversation, journaling, art projects, partner and group yoga sessions, and the organic experiences that are afforded by sharing a home for the weekend. 

Sample Schedule: See below for a sample schedule from a past retreat. This can be modified to meet the needs and interests of the group.  ​




5pm- 6:30pm: Arrive, settle in, unpack, explore. 

        Craft: Journal making 


6:30-7:30pm: Dinner 


7:30pm: Introductions

    Moon Salutations 




8:30-9:30 am: Breakfast


10am- 12pm : Yoga and art activity 


1:30-3pm : Lunch and explorations (independently)

3pm- 5pm: yoga + art project 


6:30pm: dinner  




Breakfast: 8:30am 


9:30am- 10:30am: Partner Yoga + closing circle


10:30-11:00am: pack up+ check out 

Meals: Included in the cost of the retreat is two breakfasts (Saturday and Sunday ) and two dinners (Friday and Saturday). Meals take into account dietary preferences and restrictions as much as possible and aim to be kid-friendly. Please let Camille know if you have any special dietary needs or restrictions. While alcohol won't be provided, you're more than welcome to purchase your own in town and enjoy at the house. 

What to bring: The weather in September can vary from warm and sunny to cool and rainy. While we won't be practicing yoga outside, there is so much natural beauty to explore, so come prepared with rain gear. 

Bring comfortable yoga clothes and your yoga mat. 

Payment:  Payment is due at the time of registration. If you would like to request a payment plan, please be in touch. Payment is non-refundable, unless your spot can be filled. 

This retreat is hosted by Camille Dodson and Lauren Donelson. Camille is a Seattle-based yoga teacher who has been teaching yoga to  kids, teens and adults since 2011. She shares her passion in schools, studios, and on these magical retreats. Learn more about Camille. 

Yoga teacher, therapist, astrologer, cooking enthusiast. Lauren brings her many passions to support this retreat as a teacher and compassionate human. Lauren has been teaching yoga since 2012. She believes our bodies are wise, and yoga provides the perfect setting to connect with them. Lauren has intensely studied Jivamukti yoga, Katonah yoga, and trauma-informed yoga through the Justice Research Institute. Lauren facilitates yoga therapy at an eating disorder treatment center and is passionate about utilizing yoga as a support to mental health treatment. Currently Lauren is completing her graduate degree in couple and family therapy and plans to continue integrating yoga into psychotherapy after graduation.