What are Edge Co-Facilitators, and why do we provide them for retreats planned by our partners?
Advice and stories about developing, facilitating, and marketing wellness or yoga retreats.
“Should I offer an early-bird rate for my retreat?” “Should I do a special promotion for boxing day?” “Should I set up a discount code for last year’s participants?” These are the questions I hear pretty commonly from our retreat planner and facilitator partners. We’ve been around the block with our retreat promotions, and I
Are you a facilitator or leader residing in Ontario and interested in planning retreats? That’s great! TICO is actively approaching Ontario Retreat Facilitators to ensure they are complying with the Travel Industry Act – There are some important guidelines that you will need to understand in order to promote and facilitate your retreats legally: What
Guest Post by Allie Chisholm-Smith, Retreat Facilitator I am a person that prefers to be in the background, quietly suggesting that you might be magnificent and worthy of love…. I don’t want to be the focus, I don’t look for you to see me, but for you to see you. The magic for me is
“Leaders become great not because of their power but, because of their ability to empower others.” – John Maxwell As a coach, leader, educator, or facilitator you have the great honour and responsibility of creating positive impact and influence in your community. You also have the unique position of holding the space for people to
Brianna Lintner & Celigne Degagne – North Bay, ON Brianna Lintner knew she would host a retreat at Northern Edge Algonquin one day. As a budding entrepreneur, she was very excited to receive one of her first pieces of mail to her North Bay, Ontario yoga studio just a few months after opening the business:
Tina Gadoury is an all-around successful wellness practitioner. As the owner and operator of The Yoga Limb, Tina has a dedicated following of yogis who spent the better part of post-quarantine 2020 practicing safely distanced, outdoor yoga at her studio in Paris, Ontario. Just shy of three years into her business, she had already hosted
A personal inspiration is kind of like a mission statement for your own life which can help to offer focus and guidance in manifesting one’s extraordinary life.
In the coming months as we experience inevitable and continued change in the world it is important to create spaces of sanctuary such as yoga retreats to support our communities in grounding through change. We all need places to experience change safely – a change of scenery and a change of pace. A change of
You’re here, you did it – you have planned an amazing retreat. You’ve picked a theme and intention, you’re excited about the beautiful location you’ve locked in, the programming you’ve lined up and all of the amazing energy you will feel once you’re there. But, there is one more, big piece to consider – marketing