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spring is (almost) here…

What better time to create some space, be part of something meaningful, find the lightness and remind yourself what it feels like when things actually matter.

 
The moment I heard about this retreat I wanted to do it— and sure enough, it was a soulful weekend.
— Lisa
 
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The weekend

Join us for some real conversation, nourishing food and quality time in nature to rest, reconnect, find your edges and maybe even create some ripples.

This retreat is perfect for you if you’re looking to go a little deeper, heal a little more and connect with some like-minded women, partaking in our 2nd annual wellness adventure.

An organic, unscripted weekend of mindfulness, yoga and hiking, deep conversation, rest and a few good laughs.

 
 
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the details

  • 3 days/ 2 nights in beautiful lodge in Muskoka woods 

  • 14 like minded people + 2 incredible hosts

  • Access to private yurt for opening and closing ceremony, daily yoga and group Reiki. 

  • We will be having a daily yoga class, hiking and time to connect in circle. You will also be able to have some time to relax.

  • Whole nutritious meals catered by Farmer's Daughter 

  • $650 all included.  

 
The retreat was the most calm I have felt in years. The activities were thoughtfully chosen and perfectly spaced to give downtime in between. I’m hoping to make these retreats a regular part of my self-care!
— Lindsay

 

 This spring retreat you have the option to make your very own soul circle. Inspired by the long-standing tradition of First Nation Dream Catchers. 

 
 
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Your Hosts

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ashleigh frankl

Certified Mindfulness, Meditation & Breathwork guide, Transformational Leadership Coach, Restorative Yoga Teacher.  This reformed lawyer and mama to 3 littles is passionate about integrating science, soul + story to support women in developing the tools to thrive and live a life that feels good.  

 

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A former-perfectionist, Lynne Newman is the mom of two spirited children and the wife to an 8 year-cancer-warrior. She’s an inspiring speaker, author and holistic occupational therapist. She loves to support people make small yet profound changes so they can enjoy life no matter the situation. She is also a certified simplicity parenting family life coach, birth doula and Reiki practitioner. Her ultimate wish: That every women and child listen and trust their intuition. 


FREquently asked questions

Where is the retreat located?  Situated in a lush valley in central Muskoka surrounded by forests, pastures, water, and wildlife. Approximately two hours from Toronto.

Is this retreat focused on moms? Although many of us have kids, this is about about women getting together with other women. To grow, unfold, renew.  

Do I need to share a bed? You get your own queen sized bunk bed. The lodges are private and beautifully set amidst the woods— come on your own and be paired with a roomie or bring a friend. Either way, you will love it.  

Do you offer payment plans? We would be happy to work with you on payment schedule. Simply let us know. 

Would you recommend taking Friday off? Yes, we totally would! Or work until noon and get yourself up north for late afternoon. We will be having dinner and doing our opening circle Friday evening. 

What is the address so I can google map it? 1235 Russ Hammell Rd, Utterson, ON P0B 1M0

 

 

Not to be overly emotional or anything, but this retreat was truly wonderful! The activities were well thought out and the size of the group was perfect. I enjoyed myself immensely and feel like I returned with a better understanding of myself. It was very cathartic!
— Jen

Registration
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Join our interest list below to be notified when registration opens in spring 2019. 


cancellation policy

  • $300 deposit required to reserve spot – non-refundable upon cancellation
  • Payment in full a month prior to retreat
  • No credits or refunds.