Analog and The Rabbit Addition invite you to a Summer Retreat
June 14-16, 2019, in Hunter, New York
Join Analog and The Rabbit Addition for a weekend of self-care, exploration, and inner reflection in the beautiful Catskill Mountains. Taking the ideas of “family” and “tradition” as a guide, we will explore what these terms mean to us individually and collectively.
This retreat is designed to bring you to a slower, more reflective state, so that you may truly recharge and reconnect with yourself and your path. We will offer daily yoga and meditation classes, nature walks and hikes, along with other outdoor activities. We’ll watch the sun rise and set, sit around the campfire, share meals, and there will also be plenty of quiet time for reflection. Keeping the experience of the weekend inclusive is a priority, therefore the group will be kept small (14-16 people) in order to promote deeper real-life connections.
This is not a luxury or a party retreat. No alcohol or smoking is permitted, and rooms and bathrooms will be shared. We ask that you turn your digital devices off to be fully present.
We are committed to inspiring, respecting, and supporting each other’s journeys, and we welcome people from all backgrounds.
Meghan Eberly is a writer, baker, and cook, and the founder of Analog Public House in Savannah, Georgia. She’s driven by helping people feel connected and nourished. Meg will be in charge of all food during the retreat and will also co-lead workshops.
Fanni Gabor is a recruiter, yoga teacher and creator of The Rabbit Addition. She loves developing meaningful human connections and bringing people together by planning and organizing community events and travel. Fanni will manage the registration process, lead yoga classes and co-lead workshops.
Meg and Fanni met at Sarah Lawrence College, where they both worked as resident advisors. They have been close friends and sources of inspiration to each other ever since.
Accommodation: House with shared rooms at the Big Timber Lodge; a 3-story custom log home perched on a beautiful, running creek. The home has a premium outdoor hot tub, a fire pit area, and truly unforgettable views.
Food: Drawing on her own intertwined history with food, family, and tradition, Meg’s menu for the weekend will feature culinary inspiration spanning from Georgia’s Coastal Empire to the Northern islands of Greece. Each meal will be loosely representative of her own meditations on the ideas of “family” and “tradition,” and will act as a catalyst for conversation.
Meghan’s food philosophy is heavily impacted by sustainability (social, environmental, and otherwise), and all food will be thoughtfully sourced, with local and organic produce and proteins being a top priority.
Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions, as we will aim to make our menus as accessible as possible.
All meals will be prepared, eaten, and cleaned up together.
Friday, June 14th:
4-6PM: Arrive and settle in. Light refreshments will be provided
Evening: Opening circle, dinner
Saturday, June 15th:
Morning yoga, breakfast
Midday outdoor activities, lunch
Evening dinner, music and storytelling around the fireplace
Sunday, June 16th:
Breakfast, closing circle
Check out by 11AM
Retreat fee: $400
This covers all accommodation, food, and activities.
Please email Fanni at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and register while space is available. Your space is confirmed upon submission of retreat fee via Paypal or Venmo.