Saturday, January 09, 2010

Dreamchasers Women's Camp Featured in Women's Running Magazine

We are so pleased to be featured in the latest edition of Women's Running Magazine. Below is an excerpt from the article Indulge in a Women’s Running Retreat, by Jayme Otto. Check out the January / February 2010 edition of the magazine and their great website at:

**Interested in attending the Second Annual Dreamchasers Women's Winter Wonderland Camp? Join us in Teton Valley from Tuesday, March 16 through Sunday, March 21st.**

E-mail for more details.

Article Excerpt:

Dreamchaser’s Women’s Running Camp
Teton Valley, Idaho
March 2010

Find a dream and chase it down in the Grand Tetons. Dreamchaser’s training camp is committed to helping women of all fitness levels set big goals and achieve them. This camp is for women ready to step outside of their comfort zones, on and off the trail. Endurance athlete and camp founder Lisa Smith-Batchen begins and ends camp with a gait analysis, so each gal has the opportunity to perfect her form. Expect three work-outs per day: one run and two other activities such as core work, yoga, Pilates, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, hiking and aqua running. Certified coaches and experts lead all activities.

Accommodations: Luxuriate at the 780-acre Teton Springs Resort’s located 20 minutes from Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Cuisine: Meals take place at the resort’s Headwaters Grille, serving up mountain-style pub food. Or venture off on a sleigh ride dinner at nearby Grand Targhee Resort, featuring meats and veggies made to order in a yurt.

What to Bring: Gather lots of layers for this Winter Wonderland Camp. Don’t forget a hat and gloves and a bathing suit for the hot springs. Don’t worry about lugging your own equipment because all activity gear will be provided.

Here are some photos of a week’s worth of fun!


Our Friends from Rexburg!

A Sleigh Ride Dinner!

The infamous CORE class!

The tire pull!

Cross-country Skiing!

Katsey & Lisa

Colleen & Liz

Marie & Lisa

Lunch at Julie's Awesome Yurt!


Anonymous said...

This camp looks so wonderful.

Might have to look into it.

Just me

Thomas Bussiere said...

Love the pics, but I don't miss the snow (well sometimes).
Does the tire pull help?

Lisa Batchen said...

Hi SH....we are not sure you are to email you about the camp!

Thomas..I love the was sunny, warm and it was a joy.
The tire is such great training.
Happy weekend