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Things To Do This Fall in Whistler

Things To Do This Fall in Whistler

Fall is such a beautiful time of year in our small mountain town! Whistler has so much to offer throughout the year and fall is no exception. Despite shoulder season slowing things down, there are still many fun things to do.   Stop in for Tea! There are lots of great spots in town to sip on a hot cup of tea while it gets colder outside. Getting nice and cozy in a local cafe doesn’t just feel good, it’s good for you! Time Magazine cites that tea’s health benefits are derived from their polyphenols (an antioxidant) and phytochemicals. Looking for more reasons to love tea? Check out the full article. When you’re looking for things to do, consider getting cozy at one of these great local spots with a cup of tea! Whistler Tea House Gone Bakery Blenz Coffee   Check out Local Whistler Events The Whistler Arts Council puts on lots of local events throughout the year! If you’re looking for things to do this fall, they have lots of options. They host entertainment, musical acts, films and more! Check out their full calendar of events and festivals for more info.   Learn More About Our First Nations Culture The Squamish Lil’Wat Center is a short walk from the village. Their mission is to share their culture with the community and visitors in a meaningful way. Wander through the exhibits and art galleries or learn to make a traditional craft. There a plenty of things to do and experience! Check out their website for more...
Whistler Winter Activities

Whistler Winter Activities

When arriving to town, most people are lured to Whistler Village for the love of skiing or snowboarding, but there are many more Whistler winter activities to enjoy. We’ve even given a few options in case the snow conditions aren’t ideal. Whether you’re looking for some fun in the snow, or to relax while on vacation – there are lots of options for Whistler winter activities to choose from. 1.) Get on the mountain! Yes, most people come here for skiing and snowboarding but there are other Whistler winter activities up on Whistler Blackcomb than just sliding around on snow! Get on the peak-to-peak or try something new you’ve never experienced. The mountain offers guided tours, on mountain dining, courses and more! Looking to tune up your skills? Try a lesson. Want to get into the backcountry some day? Try taking an avalanche course. The options are endless. For more information check out Whistler Blackcomb’s site 2.) Try Cross Country Skiing or Snowshoeing Even when there’s less snow than we’d like there to be, the Callaghan Valley tends to be open for cross country skiing or snowshoeing. It’s a fun way to get out in the fresh air and do something different. It’s also a great way to get active while enjoying the outdoors. Ski Callaghan is just south of Whistler making it a great addition to any winter activity. 3.) Ziplining There are a few different options to do fun ziplining tours in Whistler. Breathtaking views and a connection to nature, what more could you ask for? The guides are friendly and reassuring to make it a pleasant...
Connection Celebration Meditation Yoga

Connection Celebration Meditation Yoga

Connection Celebration Meditation Yoga. Everyone has their own interpretation for the individual experience, or collective experiences, that relate to these values. Although each word can be explained in a unique way, there is a unified nature in their meaning. A meditation yoga experience can include many ways to connect and celebrate, whether that’s to yourself or to others. Connection: A meditation yoga practice can create connection to your highest self. It’s important to connect to more than asana (or poses), but to all that yoga encompasses. This includes our awareness of our breath, which can connect us to deep, inner stillness and true bliss. Cultivating these qualities can make big differences on and off the mat. This awareness causes us to avoid those outer distractions – that way, focus can remain on what is truly important in life. Celebration: After the fun and connection with friends and family over the holidays, it can be difficult to go back to “normal” life. As corny as it may sound, every day is an opportunity to celebrate. Celebration can be as simple as being grateful for the life and the learning experiences that come our way – even sharing the same connection to the human experience can be a cause to celebrate! A sense of community can be created through a shared experience of mindfulness, connection, and celebration. Meditation and yoga can be a great way to create a deeper connection with yourself and others.     Looking for ways to connect and celebrate through a meditation yoga practice to welcome the new year? Invite new beginnings for 2015 by joining us...
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