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Date: 09-09-2022 - 09-11-2022
Title: Erin Mulligan Yoga Retreat


Full Harvest Moon River & Yoga Retreat Sept 9-11, 2022 Quapaw Canoe Company with Yogi Erin Mulligan Yoga Retreat: Yoga Retreat is three days of high quality yoga retreat with yogi Erin Mulligan, sharing the profound experience of immersion in the wild beauty of the Lower Mississippi River on remote mid channel island. 3 Days/2 Nights: $750 each Price Includes yoga and meditation instruction, meals, shuttle, canoes, paddles, lifejackets, and all river and kitchen equipment.  No previous experience necessary. Pack gear into our dry bags.  Pack your tent and sleeping bag, or rent from us $35/each item. $375 deposit required for reservation. Remainder due upon trip start date. Friday Sept 9 10:00 Meet at Quapaw Canoe Company Clarkdale, pack dry bags, and gear 11:00 Leave for River 12:00 River trip begins 4:00 Arrive on the island, set up camp 5:30 - 6:30 Gentle Yoga & Meditation 7:00 Dinner Saturday Sept 10 7:00 Morning Meditation 7:30 Breakfast 9:00 - 10:00 Yoga 10:00 - 12:00 Free time for exploring or resting 12:00 - 1:00 Lunch 1:00 - 4:00 Free time 4:00 - 5:00 Yoga 6:30 Dinner Sunday Sept 11 7:00 Morning Meditation 7:30 Breakfast 9:00 - 10:00 Yoga 10:00 - 11:00 Pack, Break Camp 11:00 Lunch 12:00 Finish Pack up and depart 3:00 take out 4:30 Arrive in Clarksdale QCC Payment Options: 1) Check: to Quapaw Canoe Company, 291 Sunflower Avenue, Clarksdale, MS 38614 2) Credit Card: Paypal Billing (add 3% PP fee) to paypal.me/quapawcanoecompany 3) Venmo (add 3% Venmo fee) to John-Ruskey-1 Meet Place: Meet place is Quapaw Canoe Company, 291 Sunflower Avenue, Clarksdale, MS. Park your vehicle. Pack your gear in our waterproof dry bags, board our shuttle. And head off to an adventure on the biggest river in North America! Camping: The camping is spectacular on the Mississippi River — it’s like having an entire ocean beach to yourself! Full of wildlife, and the wonders of nature. The stars are almost as good as western skies. You can find 5-star camping on land, but on the river it’s million star camping! It is primitive camping, so no bathrooms or showers. But, you can swim in the Mississippi, and there is plenty of privacy when you need it. We carry everything with us for all of our trips, and go completely self-contained with all canoe and survival gear, food, water, camp and kitchen equipment, and personal items. Route: We’ll paddle through the Muddy Waters Wilderness. This is the wildest stretch of river along the Lower Miss, full of big islands, wildlife, culture, history, back channels, and the big river meandering through it all. http://www.island63.com/expeditions-muddy_waters.cfm Island Exploration: We will camp on Mississippi River Islands with big beaches, swim holes, birds, turtles, and other wildlife, with an incredible variety of giant sandbars, wetlands, gravel/fossil bars, deep willow forests, and miles of beaches to swim from or walk along. So — a little bit of everything! We arrive as visitors, and respect the landscape and the river as such, the home of the richest biota in the heart of our country, including superlative birds, fish, crustaceans, and amphibians. Micro-biotas on the Mississippi include deep water, shallow water, forests, wetlands, sandbars, and meadows Erin Mulligan: Erin Mulligan is a teaching artist with the Mississippi Arts Commission, leading arts-integrated programs for schools and professional development for educators. She is a yoga teacher, dance educator and choreographer, and leads classes and workshops throughout the state. She’s been a core artist with ArtPlace since 2011 teaching in schools, in/outpatient programs, and summer arts intensives. She is passionate about connecting movement and mindfulness - whether in a studio, on a stage, in a classroom, or in recovery.