A SoulJourn with Charity

An image from Toucan Hill on the island of Mustique. Courtesy image

Charity Joy Robinson is not new to healing — or traveling the world to share her healing medicine.

For the past 15 years, the Sag Harbor resident, who currently leads classes at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, has brought her signature “Joy of Movement” classes to 25 countries. But her upcoming fall “SoulJourn” to the Caribbean is unlike anything she has created before.

The weeklong event from October 27 to November 3 will combine daily yoga, fitness, energy healing, thalassotherapy, guided meditation and healthy eating in a Moroccan-style villa, Toucan Hill, on Mustique, a private island in the Grenadines — “a place where Mick, Shania, Pierce, Liz, Tommie, William and Kate, just a few of the multitude of celebrities who need no surnames to further identify them, have been associated over the years,” according to a press release.

“The island is simply stunning, laid back. And Toucan Hill is beautifully peaceful, tranquil and just so conducive to letting go of all the ‘stuff’ that does not serve you and your body anymore,” Robinson said.

Toucan Hill — owned by Tatiana Copeland, who first came to the island on an invitation from the late Princess Margaret — took 10 years to complete and is situated on the highest point of the island. With views of both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, the villa features mosaic tiled fountains, jeweled lanterns, lush gardens and two infinity pools.

During the SoulJourn, there will also be a full moon, intention-setting ceremony. Each participant will also receive one private session of either Thai yoga massage or hands-on Access Consciousness healing with Robinson — a lover and fixture of the East End.

“An ambassador of Lululemon East Hampton store, Charity Joy can also be glimpsed rocking out her roller skates, peacefully enjoying nature amongst northeastern woods, or dancing joyfully on the crisp white sands of the many beautiful beaches in the Hamptons,” the press release said.

For more information, call (224) 256-6743 or visit charityjoymovement.com.