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Asheville Wellness Tours – Covid update

Yes, we are offering tours/services with updated policies and procedures that are Covid-specific. Each experience page on the website goes into further detail. While some of our tours will remain on “pause” for the foreseeable future, we are offering a select collection of experiences as listed below.

  • FlexibleWe offer an extensive menu of meaningful experiences with three ways to choose to satisfy all kinds of travelers…including those who are not yet ready to venture out:
    • Stay Inand let the best of Asheville come to you at your accommodations
      • Massage
      • Tarot
      • Yoga (outdoors)
    • Venture Out and explore Asheville’s wild places and unique culture
      • Yoga Hikes (including a sunset version!)
      • SUP Yoga
      • Forest Bathing 
      • Winery Tours
    • Go Online and invite a bit of Asheville into your space as you connect with your loved ones no matter how far apart you may be (online tarot readings, sound journeys, and classes including yoga, dance, art, meditation, and cooking)
  • Outdoor Focused: from our extensive menu of experiences, we’re highlighting outdoor adventures where social distancing is a breeze. Rejuvenate, restore, and experience serenity as you reconnect with loved ones and yourself in the forest, mountains, and waterfalls of Appalachia. Our most popular include:
    • Yoga Hikes in the Blue Ridge Mountains (morning and sunset options)
    • SUP Yoga on the French Broad River – NEW in 2020
    • Forest Bathing (aka Shinrin Yoku or Nature Therapy) in the diverse forests of Appalachia – NEW in 2020
  • Private & Customized:
    • We have always been a company that caters to small, private groups. For the comfort of our guests as we navigate the current crisis, this exclusivity is more important than ever. Any tour or experience can be reserved as a private offering for groups as small as one. Many of our experiences are appropriate for larger groups as well.
Thank you for checking in. Please let me know if I can help with any additional information. We’ve recently been working with a lot of locals (mostly families and couples) who are feeling stir crazy and looking for creative ways to practice self care and social distancing.
 
Hope all is well at SheVille! 
 
Warmly,
Nicole
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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