Lifestyle Coaching


By on Jun 12, 2021 in Yoga |

Are you seeking a rural getaway in Wisconsin? My new partner Joseph acquired 5 acres with a small chalet in 1997. After ten years of commuting weekly while working on improvements, he settled permanently into his rural retreat. 2021 now our home, fulfilling dreams to leave nature take its course Joseph and Elizabeth are loving partners, and together, welcoming new friends to visit and relax.

Welcome to LoPeHa (Love, Peace and Harmony)! Camping in Wisconsin is best during May till September. However, we are here year round! We offer various locations to pitch a tent. We live on the property to show you to park and camp. Also we love lending a helping hand with camp setup, directions, information about the surrounding area, and anything else in between. Hike our paths, join us w yoga, soak in our outdoor whirlpool – upon request, play on our adult swings or just relax on our land. (If it’s warm, clothing could be optional). We offer (free to use, based on first come availability): charcoal grill, picnic table, firewood and a portable restroom. Come and enjoy sunrise and sunset views. 

Check your schedule, look at our calendar and getaway to our rural, private 5 acre off-lake property in Glacier Lake Subdivision.

The terrain is rolling hills and valleys of open grassland, Oak Savanna and forest edge. No lawn blight here, just beautiful uncut mixed grasses, featuring Little Bluestem. We’re home to woodchucks, chipmunks, fox, deer, birds (chickadees to turkeys), bunnies and bees, with geese, cranes and turkey vultures soaring over or riding thermals. Whip-poor-wills and owls are currently a nightly feature. You can pick raspberries in season, catch the aroma of spotted mint, or see which delicate wildflowers are in season.

Retreats offered for yoga, Thai Bodywork, Posture, Tai Chi, Acro Sage, Meditations,

Indulge in an immediate sense of love, peace and harmony = LoPeHa.

Breakaway from it all, experience LoPeHa in this transitional terrain within Wisconsin’s Central Sands. John Muir Park, where he discovered his love for natural systems, and Observatory Hill, the highest point in the county, are a short drive away, and along one of many bike routes. Wisconsin Dells is 23 miles and about a 1/2 hour drive away, or we can guide you to a local lake or stream. Make memories that will last a lifetime. Stay with us!