Enjoy a nature-based community retreat to let go of some of your burdens, heal both fresh and old wounds, reconnect with your physical body, find joy and peace in the present moment, and receive wisdom and sacred answers from the earth as you move forward in the journey of your life. Learn nature-based tools for stress-reduction, self-care, and greater happiness. This event will give you a taste of the Wild Spirit Adventure experience without having to venture too far from home!
On this retreat, we will experience the beauty and serenity of the Oregon Coast. We will sleep in yurts the first night and in tents the second at an established campground with electricity, showers/bathrooms, and water. Our daytime retreat activities will be enjoyed rain or shine by the ocean waves and in the sand dunes. We may cover a total of 4-5 miles walking, depending on weather and length of activities.
This retreat will include:
- A 45 minute-1 hr, one-on-one phone consultation prior to the trip
- A follow-up phone call after the retreat
- Campfire both nights
- All-day, 9:30am-8:00pm spiritual and personal growth facilitation with group hiking
- Logistics support
Other ad-on options:
- Transportation, round-trip, to and from Portland transit center. The cost is $14 and we will depart on Friday at 6pm and return Sunday at approximately noon.
Retreat Schedule: *This may be subject to change
4-6pm Welcome and check-in to the tent site
7pm Welcome to our retreat and community fire. Setting intentions for our retreat, logistics discussions
8:30pm Opening Ritual
7:30am Good morning. Breakfast, tea, and coffee (If you will not be staying Saturday night, have all of your things packed by this time.)
8:15 The start of our hike
8:30 Stage One: Pouring Out
10:30 Stage Two: In Body including a Mindful Silent Lunch, and Eating Meditation
1:45 Stage Three: Mindfulness
3:45 Stage Four: Wisdom in Nature
6:30 Fire Circle and Wild Spirit Transformational Movement and Dance Experience
8:00 Casual dinner in community or alone
Please RSVP by February 28th. This is a popular park and you will need to reserve your cabin or tent site early. Click here to reserve your site.
You will receive additional information once you have registered. This will include a gear list. Participants are responsible for the cost of gear and accommodations.