Join Sarah Snider and Sara Gallmann for a weekend of yoga and nature in beautiful Greenwood Lake, NY.

Labor Day plans cancelled or you just haven’t made any?

Want an alternative to the weekend craziness?

Greenwood Lake Yoga and The Waterstone Inn are coming together again to offer the ultimate yoga weekend getaway in beautiful Greenwood Lake, NY, just an hour away from NYC!

Retreat includes a three night stay at the historic Waterstone Inn and all meals of some of the best food our town has to offer.

Retreat Package Includes

3 Night Stay at Waterstone Inn

2 SUP Yoga/ Meditation Classes (All Levels)

Outdoor Gong Bath and Sound Healing Under the Stars

Guided Yoga Hike

2 Outdoor Yoga Classes

9 delicious locally made meals — 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners

Wine and Painting Class

Beach Passes (Can be used for beach concert Saturday night)

Use of kayaks and paddle boards at the Waterstone Inn

Optional naptime

Weekend Schedule
September 4th - 7th, 2020

Friday

September 4th, 2020

5:00pm — Dinner

7:00pm — Outdoor Gong Bath & Sound Healing Under the Stars

Sleep Well

Saturday

September 5th, 2020

6:30am — Sunrise Paddle & Floating Meditation

9:00am — Breakfast at the Waterstone Inn

Free time around the lake

12:00pm — Yoga Hike & Packed Lunch

5:00pm — Paint & Sip with Chris VanVooren

7:00pm — Dinner at the Waterstone Inn

Sunday

September 6th, 2020

At Your Leisure — Breakfast

8:30am — Optional Beach Yoga

Free time around the lake

Lunch Provided by Audrey's Surfside Grill

5:00pm — Sunset SUP Yoga

7:30pm — Dinner at the Waterstone Inn

Monday

September 7th, 2020

8:00am — Yoga on the Deck

9:30am — Breakfast at the Waterstone Inn

12:00pm — Checkout

Lunch Provided by Audrey's Surfside Grill

Accomodations Provided By
The Waterstone Inn
Hudson Valley’s Hidden Gem

In the 1850s Solomon Caldwell had a vision that the pristine waterfront and mountains of Greenwood Lake could be a world-class resort area to rival Lake George, NY or Windermere, England. He invested in a lion’s share of land and reached out to others who believed grand hotels, restaurants and recreation belonged in Greenwood Lake. The Golden Age of Greenwood Lake was born and wealthy New York families flocked to the lake for leisure throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Now, the Mulcahy Family has a similar vision: to bring fine accommodations back to Greenwood Lake. The Waterstone Inn offers visitors a peek back in time to when steamships ferried travelers, the railroad ran along the East Shore and Greenwood Lake was the talk of the town in the New York Times social pages.

Arlington
Open the door to double window views of Greenwood Lake and tree-lined Mount Peter. The Arlington Suite features a king bed, private bath with whirlpool tub and has spacious double height ceilings. Located on the 2nd floor.
Retreat Pricing $785 per person (2 person occupancy).
Retreat Pricing $1150 for single occupancy.
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Bradner
Traveling with more than 2 people? The Bradner Suite is the entire third floor of the Inn. It has two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and one with 2 twin beds. The master bedroom looks out to the lake and offers a bird’s eye view of the marina and lake activity.
Retreat Pricing $625 per person (2 person occupancy).
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Montclair
Bathe yourself in natural light, the Montclair Suite is full of windows that look out to the lake. King bed, private bath with whirlpool tub. Named after Greenwood Lake’s largest passenger steamship, the Montclair ferried Manhattan’s elite from the train station to lakefront resorts in the early 1900s.
Retreat Pricing $785 per person (2 person occupancy).
Retreat Pricing $1150 for single occupancy.
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Sarah Snider

Sarah is a 500 hour certified yoga teacher, founder of Greenwood Lake Yoga, and certified prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher.

She has taught yoga throughout New York City. Sarah teaches students of all levels seeking to develop their understanding of yoga and improve mental and physical health. Her classes combine alignment, vinyasa, and relaxation.

Sara Gallmann

Yoga is Sara’s practice, passion and offering. It brings her great joy to teach the physical practice of asana, vibrant breath-work (pranayama), mindful meditation, yoga philosophy and to be a guide on the path to awakening, inner peace and freedom. With a passion for health and wellness, Sara has been teaching yoga and coaching holistic fitness programs in the northern NJ area for over 30 years. She has a deep reverence for our natural world and believes that connection is what informs and sustains vibrant health.

Blending her Music Degree with the Healing Arts, Sara facilitates Healing Sound Ceremony with her Gong, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Native Flute, Drum and various other instruments. She is a PaddleFit Certified SUP Coach and has also created fun and restorative practices incorporating yoga, essential oils and hooping.

Sara is the creator and director of The Essential Journey, a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Alliance registered school, and Yoga Retreats.

Previous Retreat Photos
Getting Here Is Easy
By Car

Greenwood Lake is about 45 miles from New York City.

NY 17A runs right through the village and can be accessed from I-87.

Our address is 89 Windermere Ave, Greenwood Lake NY 10925.

By Public Transportation From NYC

The 196 Express Bus leaves roughly every 30 minutes between 3pm and 7pm from Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Purchase an 11 Zone bus ticket at one of the orange kiosks and report to gate 304.

The bus ride to Greenwood Lake Park and Ride is about one hour and twenty minutes.

For more details use the NJ Transit Trip Planner (Departing Port Authority Bus Terminal, Arriving Greenwood Lake, NY)