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Emerald Hollow Mine, April 4
April 4 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm$12 - $20
Crystals are an intriguing, fun, and incredibly personal addition to self-care rituals. Mining your own crystals gives each stone a unique energy and history. That’s why I’m excited to announce the first Deeply Rooted Wellness + Yoga event of 2020 will be a trip to Emerald Hollow Mine in Hiddenite, NC.
About Emerald Hollow
Emerald Hollow Mine is known for its beryl, particularly emeralds. Metaphysically, emeralds are respected for their correlation to the heart chakra, healthy relationships, loyalty, and unity—the essence of yoga!
Prospectors can also find aquamarine, sapphire, garnet, topaz, amethyst, citrine, rutile, tourmaline, smoky and clear quartz crystals. As you may have guessed, this is also the only place in the world where you can find Hiddenite. Each crystal has unique metaphysical properties.
DRWY Mining Excursion at Emerald Hollow
- The group will meet at Emerald Hollow Mine at 9:30am. I will update the Facebook event with exact details of what I’m wearing and which vehicle I’m driving.
- We will take a break around 11:30 am for a few gentle yoga stretches. We will be doing lots of bending, squatting and lifting. The stretches will focus on our back, hips, hamstrings, shoulders, and wrists.
- Around noon, we will carpool The Yellow Deli. We can then return to mine to find more crystals.
- We will likely stop around 2:30pm to clean up, change, and enjoy more yoga stretches before hitting the road back to Atlanta.
- Group members are welcome to come and go as you please!
These plans are subject to change based on weather and the abundance of crystals at the site.
Deeply Rooted Wellness + Yoga yoga sessions, activity participation, and car pooling are free of charge. The prices for activities at Emerald Hollow Mine are as follows: $12 per adult for creek panning and $20 per adults for a combo of creek panning and sluicing. Activity descriptions are in the link above. Trowels and sifting screens available for rent for $3. If you plan to bring your own digging tools, they must be plastic.
What to Bring
To enjoy your trip, there are a few items that you will want to bring along:
- Water-resistant shoes
- Dry shoes
- Water-resistant gloves
- portable seating or cushion
- a container and newspaper to safeguard your crystals
- clothes that you don’t mind getting wet and dirty
- a small brush or toothbrush for cleaning your crystals
- Dress in layers, since the mornings in April are cool and may warm up by midday
On the day of the event, call 678.631.7808 for questions or help with directions.