Adirondacks. What to bring & more

I’m happy you’re considering this time for you. Below is a list of what to bring and more information about our activities. As I always say during retreats though, listen to your needs. If you need to opt out of an activity to stroll, meditate or just be, by all means do so.

Private home on 110 acres in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Parking available on site.(address given upon registration)

What to Bring:
Tent, sleeping bag, sleeping mat & pillow • Flashlight • Natural bug repellent • Sunscreen •
Towels and toiletries • Yoga mat • Journal • Plate, cup and utensils• Hiking/Walking Sticks (optional) • Weather appropriate clothing & hiking boots

Soulcollage​ is a practice that honors the diverse parts of you. Through this creative exploration, you’ll recover aspects of yourself that are longing to be expressed. Soulcollage is a process of self discovery that accesses your intuition to let the beauty outside bring out the beauty inside. All materials will be provided. This will be done indoors.

Visit the animals of the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge
A non profit organization dedicated to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. You’ll see wolves, bear, fox, coyotes, birds of prey and more.

Other Activities
Movement practice, meditation, forest bathing, wildcrafting & plant medicine walk, hikes around the 110 acre property that includes horses and a beaver pond to explore. For those that crave a longer, more intense hike, Jay Mountain is about a mile from the house. Look on hiking jay mountain- a hidden gem to get an idea of it.

Please let us know if you have any special needs or food allergies. Our food will be local, organic and mostly vegan to accomodate everyone. Bring any snacks, food or drinks you’d like to have with you for hikes or to share. We’ll share nourishing herbal infusions every day and have organic coffee available in the morning.

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