We want to help you host
your best retreat yet!
We've run retreats and programs for over 30 years. We know how important it is for a retreat host to feel supported, and to have your group's experience enhanced by the place, the meals, and additional services that make your retreat an unforgettable experience.
We offer organic, home-cooked meals that provide your retreat participants with scrumptious, soul-nourishing food. We create the retreat menu based on the retreat's focus and welcome your input and ideas. We cater to most food allergies and sensitivities.
We have 5 cozy cabins nestled at the edge of the woods. Three of the cabins are family cabins and sleep a total of six people. The other two cabins, sleep three offering a double bed and one twin. All the cabins are newly renovated(more photos coming soon!) with charming hand-crafted timbers and porches. Beds are made with organic linens and comforters.
Hiking & Forest Bathing
We have many trails through the forests for wandering that instill a sense of peace. Paths that meander through the woods that lead you to fresh spring water where you can fill your water bottle or pitcher, or more rigorous paths that take you up the mountain into the hemlock forests.
We offer both healing sessions and mini-classes to enhance your retreat guests' experience. You can add these on to your retreat cost, or offer them to your guests as an option.
Making your own Sacred Oil
Making your own Herbal Salve
The Forest Perfumery & Herbarium
The Forest Perfumery and Herbarium is our onsite store offering lots of healing goodness right from the land. Otherworldly and intoxicating scents made from the forest and gardens. Healing salves, bath salts, herbal tinctures and both solid and oil perfumes are all available.
To get started, download our questionnaire to help us plan your retreat. And then, email Trista to arrange a call to discuss further details.
Download our mini e-book on the top 5 Key Points to Facilitate a Transformational Retreat!
You may also like to add to your retreat experience, a local excursion. We live just minutes away from Cooperstown and Lake Otsego, where the mouth of the Susquehanna begins, which is historically known as Council Rock where the Iroquois Tribes used to gather.
Cooperstown has shopping, quaint restaurants, boat rentals and lots of museums for your group to explore.