Do you long for a lady tribe of women who empower each other?

Do you really need a weekend away but don’t have the energy to plan and pack a camping trip?

Do you desire to celebrate yourself and your body through hiking, yoga, hot springs soaks, and professional photos of you feeling gorgeous in nature?



 

On our Wilderwomen Retreats, we believe a healthy mix of new friends, outdoor activities, creative projects, and TLC are the ideal conditions to show up and live.

We understand the modern constraints around creating time for yourself. That’s why we create three-day weekend retreats that are accessible to all women who need to hit the reset button.

On our adventures, we strive to maintain a healthy balance of “campfire with a glass of wine” and “sunrise yoga to take on the day”. If you’re our kind of woman (and we totally know you are), say YES! to adventure ahead and sign up for our Wilderwomen Retreat in the Hoh Rainforest July 27 – 29.

Before you know it, you’ll be sipping coffee in your teepee to the tune of a blue jay with the Wilderwomen. We can’t wait for you to join us!


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  • Three days and two nights accommodations in a beautiful group tee-pee surrounded by forests and wildlife right outside of the Olympic National Forest!
  • Farm to table chef prepared meals with fresh ingredients.
  • A fireside welcome wine reception to kick off our retreat experience.
  • Daily yoga designed to release tension and connect you to mother nature and yourself.
  • Meditation sessions that cultivate a sense of stillness, peace and mindfulness into our hearts, minds and physical bodies.
  • Day Pass to the local Sol Duc Hot Springs.
  • Two glasses of wine each night.
  • Option to add-on nature photoshoots.

Click here to sign up!


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The Hoh is one of the largest temperate rainforests in the United States and and the most carefully preserved rain forest in the northern hemisphere. The Hoh River valley was formed thousands of years ago by glacial melt. The forest is currently inhabited by dense moss coverage and old-growth trees, the northern spotted owl, Pacific tree frog, large cats, black bear, elk, and black-tailed deer.
We are ready to see what the annual 14 feet of rainfall (and 10 inch-long banana slugs!) put in bloom during the summertime months.
Sol Doc Hot Springs are pure mineral water hot pools surrounded by forest scenery and the sound of the falls in the background. The hike to Sol Duc Falls is surrouned by old-growth trees and lush rainforest landscape. On the hike, we will see almost every shade of green (a Pacific Northwest dream) and emerge on the other end at the falls.

Hosting retreats in our beloved Pacific Northwest is truly a dream come true. Wilderwomen Retreats are happy to introduce our Hoh Rainforest Yoga and Hot Springs trip! Lodging will be large tee-pees on a private campground property. Fresh cooked meals are customized, prepared, and enjoyed on site by our in-house chef.

Our itinerary has so much room for activities! In addition to practicing yoga daily, we will be hiking through the Hoh Rainforest to Sol Duc Falls, relaxing in an afternoon soak in the Sol Duc hot springs, visiting the beach for a BBQ lunch, and enjoying tons of campfire time to relax and sip local Washington wines.

This will be the ultimate girls weekend, focusing on our tribe of incredible women, and making space for ourselves in our busy lives. The Hoh Rainforest is the perfect place to take deeper breaths, deepen your yoga and meditation practice, and reconnect with yourself and nature.

Deposit is $150 and is non-refundable to hold your place.


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