"The sleeping accommodations were superb, and each of the meals you provided was a culinary delight. The facilities were first-class, and your staff went out of their way to meet our every need and expectation. You will see us again!"
While many guests retreat to Evins Mill to build a stronger business or organization, as many make the pilgrimage to build a stronger self.
Though Evins Mill is not a content provider for personal growth workshops, it does offer a well-suited platform for self-empowerment programs and has hosted hundreds of life-changing retreats over the years, partnering with practitioners in a variety of specialties, including yoga, wellness, professional development, meditation, recovery and spiritual growth.
Its natural and insular environment – characterized by sight and sound of flowing water and thickly forested, towering bluffs – serves to reinforce instructors' efforts to enrich the physical, mental, spiritual and professional well-being of their clients.
Evins Mill offers three dedicated gathering spaces for workshop leaders to share their expertise in a private and distraction-free environment, while its twenty overnight rooms can accommodate as many as 48 attendees in separate bedding. Eighteen rooms feature private bathrooms and decks.
Its team of chefs prepare a fine dining experience and are dedicated to accommodating the special dietary needs and enlightened dietary requests of all attendees, from vegetarian to vegan to gluten-free, and everything in between.
When not in session or at the dinner table, Evins Mill offers instructors and their attendees a variety of on-site activities, including memorable hikes to 90ft Carmac Falls, a brisk swim at its base, and a variety of games - from billiards and table tennis to lawn games such as ring toss, corn hole and horseshoes.
Evins Mill is proud to have worked in the recent past with the instructors listed below, whom we invite you to contact, whether as a student to learn more about their offerings, or as a fellow instructor to learn more about their experience at Evins Mill.