February 28 – March 3 – Yoga, Art, and Song

An Artist retreat feat Kate Dinsmore, Annie J, Emily Westman, Kelly Kube, and Charles Wicklander

Use promo code: YAS to get 40% off when booking 4-nights. This is a FREE event and you are welcome to join in as little or as much as you are interested in. If you are only able to come up for 2-nights, that’s okay too! We will have a sign-up sheet available at the Doe Bay Front Desk for all events & classes starting the week of the event.

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Schedule (Feb 29 – March 3)


  • 10am Slow Flow Yoga with Kelly Kube
  • 1pm Landscape painting with Charles Wicklander 
  • 4pm Energizing Vinyasa with Kelly Kube
  • 6:30-9pm Open Mic


  • 10am Slow Flow Yoga and Meditation with Kelly Kube
  • 1:30-2:30pm Ambient Music at the Spa with Charlzagals 
  • 5:30-6:30pm Annie J w/ Emily Westman, Cafe (Reservations encouraged)
  • 6:45-8pm Kate Dinsmore, Cafe (Reservations encouraged)
  • 9pm Restorative Yoga with Kelly Kube


  • 9am Polar Bear with Kate Dinsmore in the cove
  • 11:30am Slow Flow Yoga and Meditation with Kelly Kube
  • 2pm Art Class led by Julia Wayne, “playing with fibers” felt and embroidery
  • 4pm Energizing Vinyasa led by Kelly Kube with Vocal Harmony Sound Bath
  • 8pm Evening Fireside (or yoga studio) Open Singer Songwriter Round


  • 10am Slow Flow Yoga and Meditation with Kelly Kube
  • 1pm Painting with Uncle Charlie
  • 6-8pm Cafe Musical Performances by Charles Wicklander and Annie J
  • 9pm Restorative Yoga with Kelly Kube 

Meet the artists

Kate Dinsmore is a singer-songwriter based in Seattle, WA. A dynamic performer and vocalist, Dinsmore brings her songs to the stage with an undeniable presence. Her music is powerful and emotional, with influences ranging from Jazz to Rock to Americana. Dinsmore’s performances quickly gained a following in Seattle, allowing her to open for notable artists such as Pat Benatar, Colin Hay, and the Dip. Her voice is triumphant and intimate. The perfect soundtrack to dropping off the last of your ex’s stuff and driving off into the sunset.

Annie J delivers a close and personal blend of retro soul and modern pop. Her vocal mastery and presence as a performer make for a playful and moving display that pays homage to acts like Dusty Springfield, Whitney Houston, Janelle Monae, and Solange. At times heartfelt and reserved, at times powerful and hard-hitting, Annie J’s sparkling voice and colorful style are uniquely hers.

Emily Westman – Born inside a piano, Emily Westman has gone on to become a multifaceted musician with expansive skills. Any given day, she can be found performing as a percussionist with the symphony, playing drums in the musical theater pit, playing drums and singing with her band, SISTERS, teaching music lessons to all ages, orchestrating symphonic music, producing rock tunes in her studio, or playing piano for the elderly. Having played piano since the age of 2 followed by drums, guitar, bass and percussion, Emily went on to study at a performing arts high school followed by classical composition and orchestration at the University of Miami.

Since then she has spent the last decade performing in hundreds of halls, genres, bands and countries. A consummate songwriter and composer, Emily has put out 2 full length studio albums with her band, SISTERS, that are available on all platforms. She hopes to instill the same fire she feels for music with everyone she encounters and would love to help kids (and adults alike) seek that flame within themselves.

Kelly Kube – Friends like to call Kelly “85 degrees and sunny.” Her teaching inspiration is fluidity, self-expression and unlocking the power within. Kelly worked in accounting but found that it left her stressed & unhappy. In search of something new, she enrolled in yoga teacher training and subsequently quit her job to inspire others through the practice of yoga. Her classes flow like a dance and are guaranteed to stoke your internal fire. Kelly’s classes will unlock your brightest self.

Charles Wicklander – Multi instrumentalist and visual artist

Julia Wayne is an artist, writer, and dog lover, born and raised in Seattle. She explores her passion for color through a variety of media, most recently captivated by all types of fibers, which she documents on her @threadablearrangements Instagram. Needle felting and embroidery have been her focus for the last decade. Her needle felting style is offbeat and strange — in the words of others, “kind of disturbing… in a fun way.” Julia especially loves to make finger puppets, tiny weirdos, and incorporating needle felting into sculpture and embroidery projects.

Since learning about cross stitching from her mom (who taught classes on it) while growing up, Julia’s evolved her embroidery practice to capture textures with various thread types, beads, and introducing natural objects into her pieces. Often inspired by her travels, her embroidery pieces evoke a sense of movement and especially focus on bodies of water. Her love of “vintage internet” also comes through with representations of cartoons and icons from the olden days of the digital world. She’ll be teaching embroidery on patches that you can sew onto anything, as well as needle felting basics so you can felt little creatures or adorn clothing with colorful designs.