Yoga, Ayurveda, and Surf Retreat
September 23 - September 27, 2015
Join the Sky House yoga teacher training staff and students for a 4-day retreat to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. During our time together we will be practicing lots of yoga, learning about Ayurveda and how to make nutritious Ayurvedic meals, and gather together for a surfing session with the surf instructing team at Corolla Surf Shop.
(located in the Outer Banks, approximately a 5.5 hour drive from the DC metro area)
$275 - $325/donation range per person
(includes meals, accommodations, all retreat classes, workshops, and a professional surf lesson)
Ashley Litecky Elenbaas, MSc., ERYT200
Ashley began her work with yoga and plant medicines after personal battles with asthma, allergies, and body image issues. At the age of 18, she began studying yoga, meditation and herbal medicine and in 2002, started her life path as a full time yoga teacher and herbalist. Since this time, Ashley has trained in many styles of yoga including Iyengar, Vinyasa, Jivamukti, and Kundalini and combines them into a cohesive system that emphasizes alignment and intelligent sequencing with an undercurrent of flow and purpose. As the director of the Sky House Yoga Teacher Training Program, Ashley brings her love of the natural world around her into the classroom and is committed to helping each teacher find their own flow, style, and personal truth.
Hannah Leatherbury, ERYT200
Hannah Leatherbury is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT‐200), Yoga Therapist and budding Ayurvedic practitioner. She believes that yoga guides people home, making them more self‐aware and enhancing their capacity for self‐expression. Her specialty is helping individuals learn how to release tension in their bodies, center their thoughts, and restore their sense of well‐being. Hannah received her training in Classical Hatha yoga through Kashi Atlanta urban ashram (Atlanta, GA) in June 2009 and has been teaching ever since. She continues studies with Wise Earth School of Ayurveda. Hannah has a B.A. in Creative Writing from Goucher College and decades of study as a dancer. She makes her home in College Park, MD with her husband and her tennis‐ball‐crazed terrier.