The Yin and Yang of Self Care

Hosted by Tatiana Cicchelli and Michele Stewart


A 2-day getaway in a very serene setting two hours north of Atlanta.  Join us and we will show you how to take care of yourself and recharge your batteries. You will experience four yoga practices (two yin and two yang). Michele will teach an evening yin practice Friday night, Tatiana will teach a yang practice Saturday morning and she will teach a yin practice Saturday night and Michele will teach a yang practice Sunday morning.


The Elohee Center


Check-in: 3p-5p, Friday, April 3, 2020

Check-out: noon, Sunday, April 5, 2020




Camping Option: $400 

Double Room/Shared Bathroom: $600

Single Room/Shared Bathroom: $575

Single Room/ Private Bathroom: $850

Pricing includes all yoga classes, dinner Friday night, breakfast, lunch and dinner Saturday, and breakfast and lunch Sunday as well as access to hiking, a waterfall and the grounds at The Elohee Center



Friday April 3, 2020

check-in: 3p-5p

5p-6p yin practice w/Michele

6p-7p dinner

8p-9p manifestation ceremony

Saturday, April 4, 2020

7a-8a yang practice w/Tatiana

8a-9a breakfast

10-12 free time

12-1 Lunch

1-2 meditation

2-4 discussion

4-6 free time

6-7 dinner

8p-9p fire ceremony

Additional Amenities

Three miles of hiking trails

100-foot waterfall

Large stone ring for outdoor ceremonies

Natural reflection pond


Sunday, April 5, 2020

7a-8a yang practice w/Michele

8a-9a breakfast

9a-11a hiking or free time

Noon check-out




In 2012 I went to my first yin yoga class. I was SO worried that I would not be able to do anything because my body was sore, my muscles were stiff, my joints hurt, I was physically “out of shape,” I was depressed and I was anxious. I was feeling bad about myself and I no longer wanted to feel this way. After my first yin class I felt different, in a way I had never felt before. I felt relaxed physically and mentally and I knew then that this was something that was going to help me feel better all around. I was so stunned by how great I felt that I knew I needed to pursue “this yoga thing” further for my own physical, mental and energetic health.



Yoga is a way for me to find clarity, peace of mind, and to move into action. I teach a functional anatomy style of yoga for mental health. I help you move in a way that feels good but also keeps you safe from injury and safe from the constant sitting of modern life. It is my hope that everyone who takes class will feel like they are celebrating what their body can do for them instead of cursing what it cant. I try to give you opportunities for you to see your own power and use it often enough that it becomes like second nature. We tune in to breath, sensation, and self to become better prepared for the world and our place in it.