[Image: Courtesy of McEvoy Ranch]
The ranch will host their “Flow into Fall” event on September 17.
McEvoy Ranch, one of the largest U.S. producers of estate-grown, certified organic extra virgin olive oil, located in the rolling hills of Marin County, invites yogis to attend “Flow into Fall,” a morning of wellness in celebration of National Yoga Month on Saturday, September 17 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Attendees will begin the day with a 75-minute yoga practice led by Maile Sivert, renowned yoga instructor and owner of San Francisco studio The Mindful Body. Afterwards, guests will gather in the courtyard and enjoy seasonal bites from the Ranch’s organic garden paired with McEvoy Ranch’s 2015 Rosebud Rosé.
As part of the experience, guests will stroll through the Ranch’s fragrant gardens led by guest Aromatherapy expert, Alice Encinas, an enlightened plant and product educator, to explore the myriad benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils. During this experience, visitors have the opportunity to smell the botanicals and floral notes that inspired the newest scent in McEvoy’s 80 Acres Beauty Collection – Bohemian Rose.
After the garden stroll, a DIY workshop will take place in the Pavilion, where guests can create an essential oil hydrosol to take home — customized to meet his or her individual skincare needs. After the event, guests are welcome to stay and shop in the charming on-site retail space or relax and enjoy tastes of the Ranch’s estate wines for $15.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own yoga mats. Visit www.mcevoyranch.com to learn more.