Kodiak Island is the perfect place to gather a group of people for concentrated practice in painting, writing, movement or any discipline that takes focus and inspiration. Dozens of wilderness lodges accommodate anywhere from six people to 30 people, provide on-site meals and common space as well as private lodging facilities. There are also many B&Bs and lodges on the road system that offer solitude and common rooms in spectacular setting without requiring a flight out to a remote lodge.
Healing and Wellness Retreats
Looking to restore healthful balance and/or share your talents as a yoga instructor? Consider a quiet, remote location in the land of the midnight sun. Wilderness lodges offer common rooms overlooking the ocean or, weather permitting, yoga on the beach while whales spout nearby. Many lodges have hot tubs or saunas (locally known as “banyas”) to rid the body of toxins and relax muscles after a good workout. Outside of classroom practice, participants may spend time quietly exploring tide pools or taking treks into the rain forest. Solitude is the hallmark of the remote wilderness lodges of the Kodiak Island.
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