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Rodanthe, NC

April 9 - April 12, 2024

Escape to the serene shores of Rodanthe, located in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where the rhythmic sounds of crashing waves set the backdrop for a transformative yoga and wellness retreat. Nestled amidst pristine beaches and swaying sea oats, this retreat offers a blissful sanctuary for rejuvenation and self-discovery.

Whether you seek solace in solitude or connection with like-minded souls, our Outer Banks Retreat offers a sanctuary for holistic healing and personal growth. Come as you are and leave with a renewed sense of vitality, clarity, and inner peace.

What's Included?

Your investment includes either a private, double-occupancy, or quadruple-occupancy room. Room availability is extremely limited, so please book soon! In addition to covering the cost of your room, your investment also includes all meals and activities. Travel is not included. If you have questions or concerns about travel plans, please reach out to and we assist you as best we can.

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About Rodanthe

Originally named Chicamacomico by the Croatan peoples, a tribe of Algonquin Native Americans who, fittingly, named this spot “dwelling place by the big water.” A long and confusing name to see on a sign, Chicamacomico fairly rolls off the tongue, and when European settlers began to build homes and fish camps here, the name stuck. Sort of. To the families who lived here, North Chicamacomico or Big Kinnakeet or North Woods was just home. Still, the village needed a name and North Chicamacomico was it. Until 1874. That’s when the post office arrived and the United States Postal Service decided not to go with the long and rather beautiful “Chicamacomico” as the name for this place and instead call it “Rodanthe.”

Rodanthe is home to anglers and surfers, descendants of the men who established the United States Lifesaving Service (which later became the U.S. Coast Guard), and families who have called Hatteras Island home for generations. There are transplants here too, folks who found their way to the Outer Banks and fell in love, then discovered the slower pace and wild nature of Hatteras Island and found their forever home here.


All payments must be received by March 9, 2024.


    • $1,500


    • $850


    • $750

Please note: a 3% processing fee is added to all transactions in Union.

A $250 non-refundable deposit and signed Client Agreement are required to reserve your spot. All payments are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Final payment must be received no later than March 9, 2024.

If you have any questions, please email

Meet your hosts!


Kelley is the studio owner and director of Evolve Yoga + Wellness. A yogi, mama of 3, and LEO wife living in Southern Maryland.

Yoga, movement, and breath connection have been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. From growing up as a dancer to strength training, to movement on my mat. The focus on presence and mindfulness has provided me with great stability and release.

Kelley holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and a Dance minor from Frostburg State University. In 2008 she received her 200-hour yoga certification with Sunstone Yoga in and completed the 500-hour, Advanced Yoga Teacher Training, with Kim Manfredi and Charm City Yoga in 2013. As an E-RYT 500, Kelley is also a certified prenatal yoga and Barre teacher. She’s studied with the International Institute of Integrative Nutrition as a Holistic Health Practitioner and is a Certified Personal Trainer.

I truly believe yoga is for everybody. My goal is to make yoga accessible and fun but also provide a safe space to turn inward on your mat. Kelley felt called to share the immense impact that breath and movement can have on one’s mind, body, soul, and spirit. It is her hope that every class provides students with an opportunity to enjoy moving their bodies, build physical strength and flexibility, relieve stress, and bring a balance of whole health and well-being.

Kelley Sidorowicz


Emily is an RYT-500, Reiki Master, and mother of 2. Around 2014, she was a stay-at-home mom, and her passion for yoga began like many others: right on Youtube when it was first growing online. Child care and two littles meant not leaving the home much, so her personal practice became a form of movement therapy during nap times.  After a few years of dedicated home practice, her desire to seek more on the teachings of yoga became a priority, and signed up for a 500hr YTT program in 2019 through My Vinyasa Practice, a studio based in Austin, Texas. Her studies are focused on Iyengar Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Vinyasa, and Restorative. She's currently pursuing training in Tantra Yoga and Prenatal. 

Emily Thompson Kuchta

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