LaoTong Migrations are four day running and reflective retreats
that aim to unite women through a shared passion for running
“The Migration was everything I didn’t know I needed. It was a time to disconnect from everyday stress, sure. But it became a time of reflection, as well as learning from others”
“Having the variety of experts at your fingertips was the best part. I could ask questions about my strength, injuries, diet, running plans, yoga, etc. I felt that is was well rounded between solid physical advice as well as mental and emotional support.”
What is included?
- Trail Running – Beautiful guided runs over iconic trails
- Mindfulness – Guided meditations, reflections, goal setting, and materials
- Strength – Endurance Focused Strength Sessions taught by our onsite Physical Therapist
- Physical Therapy – Group and individual recovery sessions offered by our onsite Physical Therapist
- Yoga – Daily endurance focused practice taught by our onsite Yoga Instructor
- Meals – Delicious, healthy, meals and nutrition planning designed and led by our onsite Nutritionist
- Lodging – Choose between our cozy shared bunk room or “rough it” with our Camp Out option.
- Fun – Plenty of activities and free time geared toward connecting women through their shared passion of running
- Sponsor Swag – It’s gonna be good…trust us!
Participants need to bring:
- Tent (if choosing “Camp Out” lodging)
- Travel to and from host Migration site
All purchases are final and your registration cannot be cancelled or transferred. In the event that you are unable to attend, please email us. If we can fill your spot, we will refund your registration minus $150 administration fees. No refunds will be given if canceled within two weeks of your registered retreat start date.
Event may be canceled if less than 8 participants. In the event the event is cancelled due to participation numbers you will receive a full refund.
“I did not know what to expect and I thought it would just to be a lot of running and activities. Not only did I learn how to strength train and incorporate cross training into my routine, but found it to be an amazing emotional healing process. Every runner who struggles to believe in themselves, should go through this process.”