Unhustle® Retreat Burnout to Peace Out In partnership with our astrology friends, Sandy and Alex from Intention Beads.

Located at Granlibakken Tahoe on Sept 19th - 22nd

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Focused on people who need to take time to learn astrology, unhustle, connect with what's important, recharge, and experience life in the moment while taking time for themselves. Get out of your to do list and into your being and higher self.

Welcome in the Autumn Equinox together as we unplug, unwind, and unhustle. Learn the basics of Astrology in a personalized, easy to understand way. Become more familiar with your own astrological chart with an emphasis on Mercury- our communication methods. Learn to live life Unhustled, starting with your morning.

By the end of the retreat, you will have the tools and techniques to continue your wellbeing journey and live with more clarity, joy, freedom, energy, and intention every day. Take home an easy set of mindful movement techniques, meditation and breathing practices for centering, reducing stress, increasing your energy levels and healing your mind and body. Learn to appreciate the healing powers of Nature and cold therapy. Get familiar with biohacking and digital wellbeing.

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Meet The Instructors

Milena Regos

Milena is the co-founder of Unhustle®, a Certified Human Potential Coach and Bulletproof Biohacker. An award-winning digital marketer and entrepreneur, she understands entrepreneur's challenges first hand. She loves to spend time with her husband and her dog Taz, unhustling. She has thousands of hours doing yoga, QiGong, mindfulness under the instruction of Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, and Erin Woo, cold therapy with Wim Hof, meditation with Light Watkins, and biohacking with Dave Asprey.

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Sandy Rueve

A Spirited Creator. Having studied astrology for nearly two decades and widely known as the Optimistic Astrologer, Sandy Rueve hand creates clay beads with precise astrological timing to take on the energies available. Sandy blends art, astrology, and alchemy to help her clients reach their desires thru mindfulness and talismans.

Alexandra Rueve

A Calming Force. At a very young age, Alex began teaching meditation and mindfulness with noteworthy Gurus like Dr. Joe Dispenza, Wright Institute, and, of course, her mother & business partner, Sandy Rueve. Alex has facilitated retreats around the world dedicated to helping bring light, calmness, and clarity to those who are in search.

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Not long after, she moved to San Francisco to be with him; later, he got down on one knee at the top of KT-22 chair lift at Squaw Valley.

Tahoe would prove to also be the perfect wedding venue for the pair; Richard had grown up coming here, and the place would offer plenty of activities for the couple's out-of-town guests. They chose Granlibakken Resort as home base.

"Granlibakken had the accommodations we were hoping for, a low-key vibe, and a lot of natural beauty," Whitney says.

With the surrounding forest lending all the fairytale feels, all it took was a small bit of rustic decor with some "boho vibes" to set the perfect scene. A few somethings-blue were inspired by the bride's home state—"I am from Alaska and our state flower is the Forget-Me-Not"—and terrariums bursting with blooms topped the tables at the reception. Richard, who dabbles in calligraphy, wrote the escort cards, while his longtime friend officiated.

Read more: Wedding Inspiration: A Wooded Fairytale at Lake Tahoe's Granlibakken Resort [7X7 San Francisco]

"Like many families in Marin, it's something of a tradition for us to spend some time in the Lake Tahoe area on an active summer vacation. One of the activities that my kids always love to do is to challenge themselves and have a blast on one of the aerial adventure ropes courses operated by Tahoe Treetop Adventures. We've had the opportunity to try out all three of the courses that they run—at Granlibakken, Squaw Valley, and North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista, and each offers its own unique setting and set of challenges. For us, it's a must-do interactive activity on a Tahoe getaway!"

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"Participants can be 5 years old and up, and of course grownups are welcome to tackle the aerial courses, too. (You're welcome to stay on the ground and watch, too—it's up to you.) Younger kids have a limited number of runs they're allowed to access, while those above 49 inches can usually access all the courses. Expect a session to run about 2 to 2.5 hours.

Of the three parks, our favorite is the one at Granlibakken Resort in Tahoe City, due to its challenging combination of courses and lovely setting in the woods. The Tahoe Vista park is similar, with slightly fewer courses. The one at Squaw Valley is the smallest of the three, and slightly less expensive than the other two. We highly recommend any of the three, as the kids had a great time at each one."

Challenge Yourself on a Treetop Adventure in Tahoe [Marin Mommies]

Granlibakken Tahoe, a secluded condominium resort, is located in a 74-acre valley. Amenities include a year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub, Wi-Fi access, hiking trails, tennis courts, and a winter ski and sled hill. A hot buffet breakfast is served daily, and the accommodations include multifunctional bedroom condos—plus standard lodge rooms. For almost a century, Granlibakken has been a retreat center and resort built around the idea that guests deserve bespoke treatment.

The Best Hotels In North Lake Tahoe [Forbes]

Tahoe yoga

Opened in 1928, Granlibakken Tahoe is one of the oldest ski resorts in town, and with 74 acres of beautiful forested meadow, it’s a stunning retreat in summer with direct access to hiking and biking trails. What’s more, their Soul Shelter yoga studio offers free community classes on Saturdays this summer.

Hidden Lake Tahoe: 20 Best-Kept Secrets [Style Magazine]



Keep the vacation expenses down and the adventure level up with these affordable, kid-friendly hotels that are perfect for your next family vacation.

Don’t think that these are bare bones spots—scroll through to see all the amazing resort perks that are in store for your “budget” vacation! With rates of $200/night or less, you’ll have more bucks to spend on exploring the local area.

TreeTop Adventure Park at Granlibakken in Tahoe City, CA

Granlibakken (Tahoe City, CA)

Home to the largest alpine lake in North America and the largest concentration of ski resorts in the US, North Lake Tahoe will keep adventurous families exploring all vacation long. This summer, families can traverse the new Via Ferrata, a protected climbing route open to all ages, or experience the new Emerald Bay Underwater Heritage Trail, which reveals a sunken ship graveyard. Or try a dual sport day––by paddle boarding in the morning, and hiking or rock climbing in the afternoon.

The charming family-friendly Granlibakken resort sprawls across acres of forested meadow and features both hotel rooms and cabin-style lodges, as well as a complimentary continental breakfast. Families can traverse the on-property Tahoe Treetop Aerial Adventure Park, enjoy access to many trails, sled or ski down the beginner-friendly snow hill, or head to the nearby beach.

Rates start at $139/ night. See all there is to do in the summer and winter in Tahoe.

725 Granlibakken Rd. Tahoe City, CA

Online: granlibakken.com

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Concerts at Commons Beach June 16th – September 1st, 2019 

From bluegrass and southern rock to afro-samba-funk and alternative rock, get ready for an incredible 12-week concert series at Commons Beach in Tahoe City.


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June 16th from 7:00-11:00 AM

Join us on Father's Day at Granlibakken Tahoe for Brunch featuring drinks, fresh fruits, salad bar, waffle station, avocado toast bar, carving station, fresh seafood and desserts including house made tie shaped cookies for each Dad.

Cost: $45/adults and $20/kids

Call for Reservations: 530-583-4242

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Father’s Day Brunch Menu


Mimosas Prosecco Bloody Mary’s Martinelli’s Sparkling Apple Juice Fresh Fruits


Oatmeal, Cereals, Bread, English Muffins, Bagels, Croissants Artichoke & Sundried Tomato Quiche Eggs Benedict & Avocado Benedict Homestyle Fried Potatoes w/ Sauté Onions & Bell Peppers Sausage & Vegetarian Sausage Scrambled Eggs Crab Cakes w/ Roasted Red Pepper Coulis on The Side American

Artisan Cheese Assorted Gourmet Cheese Display

Sliced Salami & Mortadella Assorted Dried Apricots, Nuts Sliced Baguettes, Crackers, Bagels


Power Berry Salad w/ Blackberries, Strawberries, Blueberries, Mangos, Quinoa & Honey Dressing w/ Basil & Mint

Waffle Station

Mixed Berries, Whipped Cream, Chocolate Syrup, Waffle Syrup, Butter Balls

Avocado Toast Bar

Sliced Avocados, Cherry Tomatoes Halves, Diced Red Onions, Chopped Cilantro, Capers, Assorted Breads

Carving Station

Roast New York Strip, Au Jus, Creamed Horseradish Sauce Assorted Rolls, Slider Buns


Shrimp Cocktail & Cocktail Sauce Smoked Salmon Platter w/ Cream Cheese, Sliced Tomatoes, Caper, Sliced Red Onions Desserts Jill’s House Made Specialty


Cannoli’s Filled w/ Mascarpone Cheese Served w/ Berries Jill’s House Made Chocolate Cake

House Made Tie Shaped Cookies for Each Dad