• Double Occupancy/2 Twin Beds/Private Bath/per person – $615.22
  • Double Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath/per person – $615.22
  • Small Private Room/Shared Bath – $641.30
  • Single Occupancy/1 King Bed/Private Bath – $789.13
  • Single Occupancy/2 Twin Beds/Private Bath – $789.13

Price includes the course fee, room, meals, and grounds fee but does not include taxes. Full price is shown upon selection of room type prior to registering. If you are interested in tent camping, please call 770-316-9195 for more information.

Date & Time Details: Check-in begins at 3 p.m. on Friday, and check-out is at noon on Sunday.

More Information: If you're interested in booking a massage, please e-mail us at with your request after you register.  You may choose a 60 minute massage for $90 or a 90 minute massage for $120.

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DON’T POSTPONE JOY: The Waiting Is Over

With Alice Rodriguez Brockwell, Toby Brand, Hector L. Salas and Dr. Sten Ekberg

May 31 - June 2, 2019

The journey to a thousand stars is not too far a journey in the quest to have true love abiding in a pure heart.

Did You Know that the first use of art as a therapeutic discipline was developed in the 1940’s in both the U.S. and Europe?

Rekindle Your Spirit a brushstroke at a time –   therapeutic BOWL PAINTING Friday May 31st from 7pm – 9pm.  Phil Dennis from the Georgia Mountain Food Bank will lead and guide this phenomenal art therapy session, which allows us to be of service to our children in Hall County.

Did you know that one in four children in Hall County do not know where their next meal is coming from?  Join us to stamp out childhood hunger with the Art Therapy Empty Bowls Painting. Ali is hosting a Bowl Painting Celebration to benefit the Empty Bowl Luncheon held by the Georgia Mountain Food Bank.

Bowls, glazes, and supplies will be provided for this experience.  All bowls from the Bowl Painting Experience will be used as donations for the annual Empty Bowls Luncheon on September 24, 2019.  Guests that attend pay $30.00 to attend the 11th Annual Empty Bowl Luncheon.  As the guests arrive they choose their favorite bowl as a memorable reminder that“Till No One Is Hungry” we will continue to work together and be of service to our community and children.

Your bowl, one bowl, will help provide 150 meals while increasing awareness of food insecurity in our state. Discover art therapy in the form of bowl-painting and rekindle your spirit one brush stroke at a time.


Photo Credit:  “Ali” Alice R. Brockwell

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Proceeds benefit the Georgia Mountain Food Bank of Gainesville, Georgia.

Georgia Mountain Food Bank’s mission is to address hunger, health and quality of life by serving those in need throughout North Georgia.  GMFB provides a vital link between sources of food supplies and hardworking community-based partner agencies who help get the food into the hands of families and individuals who need it. Whether it’s distributing food or serving the community through outreach programs, initiatives and resources, Georgia Mountain Food Bank’s time to serve is now.

TAI CHI:   Renew Your Mind and Restore Your Body

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Sifu Hector Salas, founder of My Life Tai Chi and master instructor since 1985, will provide Tai Chi sessions throughout the weekend.   Join us as we experience the elegance of Tai Chi and the Fan.  We will provide an experience you are sure to remember and take home to practice. We invite you to open your heart and mind to the exciting prospects and possibilities that we have in store for you. Tai Chi is a gentle exercise that promotes muscular strength, stability, and fitness. Tai Chi exercises regulate all systems within the body improving digestion, respiration and circulation. As the movements are performed in a relaxed manner, this can also lead to a reduction in stress-related disorders. The low-impact nature of the routines improves the condition of bones, joints and muscles without strain while encouraging balance, focus, flexibility and co-ordination to promote health and vitality within the individual.

Tai Chi is recognized by the Chinese Government and many health institutes around the world as the form of exercise that offers one of the greatest all-round benefits to health.

If you have any questions or would like additional information about the program, please contact Ali at or call her at 954-290-4344.


Alice Rodriguez Brockwell
Alice Rodriguez Brockwell, Health and Wellness Coach and better known as “Ali”, was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. She grew up in Seattle Washington where she began Kindergarten speaking only Spanish since it was her first language, to graduating…
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Toby Brand
Toby is a Life Coach and author of Internal Gravity.  She is a corporate Transformational Stress Management Consultant for companies nationwide. She enjoys teaching companies employees stress management techniques that give them the ability to perform and be more productive in the…
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Hector L. Salas
Master Instructer Hector (Hek’to) Salas is the founder of My Life Tai Chi and started Korean karate, Taekwondo, training in 1963.  He earned his master rating in the arts of Taekwondo in 1986 through the Kukkiwon Headquarters in Seoul Korea, Shorin-Ryu,…
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Dr. Sten Ekberg
Dr. Sten Ekberg is the Founder of  Wellness for Life.  He was born in Sweden and had an early interest in athletics and peak performance. He came to the US through an athletic scholarship to SMU and won the NCAA…
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