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Women in Military Resiliency Retreat

March 22nd-24th, 2024




Join Sally for an incredible weekend of connection, discovery, fun, and relaxation for women in military! What a fabulous way to celebrate Women's History Month. We welcome active duty, guard, reserve, veterans, and wives of military. 


Here is the tentative schedule. Please keep in mind, you can do all of it or pick and choose! 

3:30-4:30pm - Arrive and get settled in your yurt
5pm – Gather for a rundown of the weekend events,
ice breaker, meet our facilitators, & mini-meditation to set intentions for the weekend
6:30pm – Dinner - the food will be amazing

Bonfire fun after dinner - theme = Military Pride


Anytime: Hike around camp trails
7:30am – Group run or walk + bootcamp with Kelly Pettis - OR sleep :)
7:30 – Coffee available

8:00am - BREAKFAST

9:00 - Break 
9:30-10:50am – Yoga and Meditation with Arrah Karigan

11:00am - Facilitator - Rachel Rubin Wilkins


12-1pm Lunch & Break

Afternoon Options:

1:00pm Ropes Course 
2:30pm Kayaking
3:30pm - Amy Wagenknecht - Living Fully with Intention

4:30pm - Optional Pleasant Hollow Winery excursion on the camp bus

4:30pm - Walk/Hike
5:30pm Sip & Paint
6pm Dinner 
7pm Pajama Party at the bonfire

Sunday Options:
7:30am Group run or walk + bootcamp with Kelly Pettis  - OR sleep!
7:30am Coffee available


9:00am - Break
9:15-10:15am - Colonel Laurel "Buff" Burkel speaks on resiliency

10:15-10:45am - walk to Energy Circle (weather dependent, we will do yoga there!)
10:45-11:45am Yoga and Meditation with Arrah Karigan

Other morning options: Hike, ropes course, kayak, bike ride, arts and crafts.

12:00pm Lunch & reflection

You are welcome to stay and explore after lunch. 


Bike Rides:

Bring your own, or rent an e-bike for the weekend!

Women’s Retreat Special Rate - contact Sally asap if you are interested in renting. 

During the entire camp, you can pick and choose what you will attend. Curate your weekend!
Take all the free time that you want!
Sleep late, have a friend grab you breakfast!


What to bring:

  • Bedding & pillows

  • Sunscreen

  • Throw for the bonfire/meals

  • Ear plugs

  • A variety of clothing/hats/shoes for weather changes


Wonderful Yurts! They sleep 12 but we can spread out, there are plenty!

3 Dorms are also available. 

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