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Are you tired, unmotivated, and need to sleep and reimagine what to do next?  This mini retreat provides a therapeutic experience to engage in deep relaxation.  Use your sick leave for treatment that support the wellness of your mind, reconnection with your body, and grounding back into your purpose for today.

There are times when we realize that we are recreating our past, feelings, and experiences. We notice that it is severely impacting our potential to trust ourselves, our family, and others. This package is designed to dive into the middle of your story and disrupt the program. As you relook at what happened to you, you get to redefine what it means for your present self, and ultimately recreate what is possible for your near future.

R&R Intensive in-person all inclusive


R&R intensive on site


R&R Intensive Virtually


*Non-refundable deposit of $500.00 to secure treatment dates. Payment plans are available for treatments over $3,000.00.  Payment of fifty (50%) percent must be made prior to treatment start date if a payment plan is requested.  Otherwise, full payment is required two days prior to the intensive.

Day One

3:00pm - 5:00pm (EMDR)
7:00pm - Night Meditation and Rest

Day Two

8:00am-Walking Meditation
9:00am -11:00am (EMDR Session)
Lunch - Scheduled and Delivered around 12:00pm
1:00pm - 2:30pm - intentional rest
3:00pm - 5:00pm (Evening EMDR Session)
5:00pm Go outside in nature... walk... watch the sunset.  decompress
7:00pm - Check-in via phone
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Day Three

9am - 11:00am (Morning EMDR)
12:00 Arts and Crafts Project Instruction  (Medicine Piece)
Suggested Schedule:
Sleep or Fun.  
Sunday go for a nature walk and reintegrate after 3:00pm  



About Me

As a joy therapist, I understood very quickly that I had to be a trauma therapist as well.  I have 300+ hours of trauma training.  I specialize EMDR,  indigenous healing modalities, and the community of self.   

"It is the subtle changes that I am most surprised about. So much of my life I avoided, ...  I am no longer afraid. I  no longer ashamed."

- former client

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