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Women's Restorative Retreat

An off-grid weeeknd retreat to unplug, and realign with nature, Self, and peace.

Retreat begins at 6pm Friday August 23, until Monday August 26

(Option to arrive Thursday evening for an extra $150)

Registration Options:

Shared Bunkie (Thurs-Mon)  $800 +hst

Shared Bunkie (Fri-Mon)  $650 +hst

Tent (Thurs-Mon)  $650 +hst

Tent (Fri-Mon)  $500 +hst​

Accomodation Details:

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Bunkies

There are two cozy, wood aroma options for bunkie accommodatinos; The Fox Den & The Owl's Perch. Both have enough space for two women. You will have your own bed, room for clothes, and solar powered electricity. There is an outhouse walkable from the bunkies and a cold-water outdoor shower. Bedding and pillows will be provided, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer. 

There are 4 spaces for this option.

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Tents

This option is for those who are looking to have more of a wilderness experience. There are two options for tenting on this land. We have two large tent deck platforms, so you will have a sturdy foundation and a spot close to the amenities and other women. There is also an off-the-path area for tents up the hill a little walk further from the main cabin (5 minute walk) where you can make your own forest nest for the weekend amongst the trees and wild plants. 

If you would like to share a large tent with someone you know, this is an option for you! We also have large tents available if you don't have one of your own. Please let us know in your registration form. 

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All Other Amenities

As mentioned before, this is an off-grid space, tucked away in a gorgeous untouched forest on a small lake. This is a boat access only property. Parking is available on the mainland, in a small parking lot, or at the end of a dead end lane a short walk down the road. You can choose your own adventure to access Timber Trails cabin; either a short boat ride or 10 minute canoe paddle across the lake. There is a main cabin with a fully functioning kitchen, a few bunkies, 2 outhouses, an outdoor shower with cold water, and a gorgeous front deck overlooking the water. We also have a variety of small platforms around the magical landscape for the sun-worshippers, a dock at the water, canoes and kayaks to enjoy, very little cell service, and solar panel powered electricity in the main cabin and bunkies. All meals will be provided, including snacks and water. Feel free to bring your own snacks if you have special items you like to have, as well as any alcohol or other substances that you may prefer in a moderate manner (This is welcomed, however, to maintain integrity of the weekend, is encouraged to keep at a minimum). There is a dock at the water, swimmable lake, and rough hiking trails in the bush. Incase of rain there is a main cabin with a wood fire stove to keep us warm and cozy where we can continue the weekend activities. For more details about what the weekend entails continue reading below.

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Most of us are feeling the overwhelm of a fast-paced world and are disconnected from the Earth. We are nature beings, meant to be in a slower connection to Self and Nature. This weekend retreat is an opportunity to unplug, slow down, and reset the nervous system to bring back a sense of clarity and peace to our lives. Our focus will be to align with the five elements; Aether, Earth, Fire, Water, & Air.

The weekend will Include:

Optional Early Arrival

Thursday afternoon

Self-guided access to property amenities, swimming, canoes, kayak, and decks. 

Dinner at main cabin

Night Evening bonfire

 

Friday morning

Breakfast & Lunch at main cabin

Self-guided access to property amenities, swimming, canoes, kayak, and decks.

Friday

6pm Welcoming Dinner

9pm Heart Opening Games Night

Saturday

Morning Coffee and tea provided and solo nature connection meditation

Breakfast

Afternoon Long hike in the deep heart of the forest. This land houses many wild life beings and a vast array of plant friends. This will be time to move the body, feel the Earth, reconnect, follow animal tracks, harvest wild plants, and explore! You will be guided through basic plant identification and fire-bundle gathering for the evening.

Lunch in the forest and hike back

Late Afternoon Solo time, or optional guided self care offering

Dinner

Evening Fire making workshop with natural materials led by Laura. Shamanic fire journey, and women's circle, led by Jess.

 

Sunday

Morning Coffee and tea provided, solo nature connection meditation, and gentle yoga on the front deck with the beautiful view of the lake.

Breakfast

Afternoon Drum stalk activity as a group in the forest, Shamanic Mother Earth journey, and toning/singing circle.

Lunch in the Forest

Late Afternoon Short solo time, barge hang on the water for swimming, sun worshiping, and play! And Shamanic water journey on the barge. We will motor the barge into a secluded bay for maximum nature immersion.

Dinner

Evening Silent Sunset Canoe ride.

Night Fire hang, late night skinny dip, star gaze, etc...

Monday

Early Morning Short hike to elevated lookout and silent sunrise circle on . Shamanic air Journey and reflection time.

Breakfast back at Main Cabin and closing cirlce.

Rest of the day to slowly pack up to leave at your leisure..

 

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Location is North of Parry Sound on a gorgeous off-grid land 

shared with us by Laura Carrie.

Exact location details will be shared after registration

Hosted by Shamanic Guide and Facilitator, Jessica Short,

and Educator and Steward of the Earth with a deep reverence, Laura Carrie.

We are looking forward to sharing this weekend with you!

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