The first annual wild moon Gathering & retreat
The first annual Wild Moon Gathering & Retreat will be held on the weekend of the October Full Moon.
Join us on the evening of Friday, October 11th for a casual fireside gathering. Opening ceremony and workshops will be held on Saturday and late morning closing ceremony on Sunday, October 13th.
Anyone who identifies as a woman is welcome. Women from age 16 to 120 years of age are invited to attend. We find that having a variety of ages is a lovely experience for all as it gives us an opportunity to share our wisdom from years' past, discover who we are now and explore who we may become.
It is our intention to create a weekend retreat that allows us to disconnect from the busy & full schedules that us women all too often manage…and sync into our natural rhythms to nurture our intentions & soulful dreams….and get a little WILD. This is a time for remembering who we really are and listening to the call of our soul. We will use this time to raise our vibration, take in the medicine of sisterhood and celebrating our wild journeys through this wonder-filled life.
Join us for this special weekend where we will be exploring the theme of “SHE AWAKENS” in creating earth art, journeying, wild crafting, herb walks, ritual, journaling, movement (yoga & dance), healing work, nature mandalas, tribal woman photo shoot, Full Moon Dance Party and much more!
This retreat is not associated with a singular path or religion, but rather, an inclusive coming together with women from all paths. We honor and celebrate that we all come from different spiritual/cultural backgrounds. The circle of women offers a place of support, kindness and always, your free choice as to when you will participate and when you will observe. We sit together and welcome one another just as we are.
6:30 – 9pm
Full Moon Ritual & Fire Gathering
8:30 – 9:30am Breakfast
9:30 – 10:30am Gateway Portal – Setting Intentions, Reiki Chakra Clearing, Smudging & Plant Brushing
11:30 – 12:30pm Opening Ceremony with Jillian Beiritz
12:15 – 1:30pm Lunch
1:30-3:30pm Ancestor Ritual Art Workshop – Honoring the Women Who Have Walked Before Us with Alie Rich
3:30-5pm Herbal Medicine Workshop with Laura Cascardi
7:30pm Full Moon Dance Party
10am Closing Ceremony
We are now offering a sliding scale price for the retreat.
Ticket will still include food (Sat breakfast, lunch & dinner), tea & coffee, ritual art workshop, yoga, fire side ceremony, herb walk, dance party and relaxing moments to just relax!
“Just Saturday Rate” does not include Fire Side Gathering on Friday evening and Sunday breakfast & closing ceremony.
You choose your rate:
$125 (Just Saturday Rate)
$175 (Suggested Donation)
$200 (Help a sister out rate!)
Limited amount of work trades available. To inquiry contact Alie at email@example.com
Friday dinner and Sunday lunch is not included. Condo’s have full kitchen or café on site offers a full menu.
All other meals are included. This includes: Vegetarian and Gluten Free options will be available at each meal.
Tea and coffee will be available throughout retreat.
Lodging is not included in ticket price. Beaver Meadows offers a variety of accommodations that suit anyone’s budget. They offer rustic cabins, condos, lodge rooms and camping. You can view Beaver Meadows room options on their website here.
To book your room please call Beaver Meadows at 970-881-2450 or visit their website here.
Room Sharing: If you wish to share a space with other women please connect with each other on the Wild Roots Moon Circle for Women Facebook Group here or feel free to use this google doc to help you organizing a room share.
Wild Moon Retreat will be facilitated and organized by Alie Rich, Experienced Nature Art Guide, Wild Woman Project Facilitator and Founder of Wild Roots Studio and Jillian Beiritz, Certified Hatha Yoga Teacher and Shiny Bright Soul, as well as, many other beautiful women of our Wild Roots Circle Tribe. Learn more about our facilitators here.
If you have any questions, ideas, feedback please contact Alie or Jillian at firstname.lastname@example.org