(Vail, Colo.) - New this summer, Vail, and the creative forces behind LINC Golf & Wellness and inspire Golf, will bring like-minded women together for an inclusive weekend of golf, yoga, wellness and relaxation. Slated for June 19-22 at the Vail Golf Club and The Antlers at Vail in Lionshead, the inaugural Vail Women's Golf and Yoga Wellness Retreat will help women connect, learn, network and explore Vail's picturesque surroundings while enjoying an unique learning environment with instructors, special guests and more.
Offered at a cost of $999 for those registering by May 5, the extended weekend includes:
  • Three-night stay at The Antlers at Vail in Lionshead
  • Two 18 hole rounds at the Vail Golf Club
  • Evening cocktail and dinner receptions on Thursday and Saturday
  • PGA & LPGA instruction, plus specialized on-course coaching
  • RYT certified instruction during daily yoga classes
  • Golf, yoga and wellness workshops
  • Lunch following golf on Friday and Saturday
  • Guided hiking on Vail Mountain
Passionate about living life to its fullest, LINC Golf & Wellness founder, Kathleen Heiney, who is a LPGA teaching professional, RYT certified yoga instructor and fitness expert, was the brainchild behind this unique event coming to Vail. She says it's amazing what can happen when students focus on the mind-body connection. "I have always wanted to create an amazing weekend that incorporates both golf and yoga," said Heiney. "The two sports go hand-in-hand. When I started teaching and practicing yoga, I realized how much my game started to shift. Not only will yoga improve your flexibility in your swing, but it will ultimately improve the strength and power of your mind. That's the beauty of combining the two together."
Joining Heiney are Vail Golf Club Director and PGA Class A certified professional, Alice Plain, and former NJCAA National College Coach of the Year and inspire Golf founder, Jon Levy, to round out the all-star cast of instructors for the event's inaugural year. Each will bring with them not only a passion for golf, but enthusiasm for overall health and wellness, learning and fun during the retreat. "Vail is a beautiful setting for this unique retreat," said Plain. "Our participants will leave feeling refreshed, have a new love for the game of golf and yoga and a sense of accomplishment, all the while enjoying a wonderful weekend in the mountains."
Limited to 30 participants, golfers of all levels are welcome - including beginners - as are those who practice yoga at different levels, or not at all. Event cost will increase to $1,199 after May 5. 
For more information about the inauguralVail Women's Golf and Yoga Wellness Retreat, or to register, contact Heiney at 303-380-7175, email kathleen@linc2sucess.comor visit www.Lincgolfandwellness.com, www.inspiredgolfing.com or www.vailgolfclub.net.


Alice Plain
Vail Golf Club Director
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