Nature Immersion Retreat in the Hoh Rainforest Led by Lori Ferry | Source Yoga

Nature Immersion Retreat in the Hoh Rainforest Led by Lori Ferry

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Connect to Nature’s Rhythms

The Hoh Rainforest is a magical place on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, where the Hoh Tribe has lived for centuries, surrounded by the spirits of nature. Commune with nature’s wholeness and immerse yourself in the beauty of the forest, sharing your experience within a compassionate community.

In this nature based rustic retreat led by Source Yoga instructor Lori Ferry, experience hiking, yoga, meditation, community, andceremony. Make profound connections to the natural world and your innate wisdom. This retreat is limited to *8 participants* – you will have an intimate experience with yourself, your natural surroundings, and other like-minded individuals.

Mon July 22nd – Sat July 27th 2024

No skills are required, just a willingness to immerse yourself. This retreat involves spending time being guided in the forest, with the option to stray further for those who wish to do so. We won’tsuggest anything that isn’t fine for moderately mobile people.

Periods of silence will offer a welcoming gift as we step into the mystery of the forest and river valley. You’ll be invited to put your phone and other devices away for the retreat.

Accommodation is various degrees of rustic on private land within the Hoh Rainforest. Stay in the sweet rustic cabin or cozy hut and share the common spaces or bring your tent and sleeping bag to sleep under the stars. Even if you choose to tent you will still have a space reserved in either one of the abodes.

What is included:

5 nights accommodation in a rustic cabin, cozy hut or personal tent for camping.
Daily outdoor Yoga and Mindfulness practice on the forest floor or silt river bed.
Guided theme for the day to reflect upon.
Guided walks/hikes to connect with the land and nature beings.
Shared community connection while cooking and enjoying meals together.
Nightly gathering around the fire and under the stars (weather and fire ban permitting).
Pre-Trip video call approximately 10 days prior to retreat, date and Zoom link to be provided.

What you need to bring:

Yoga mat and any props you like to work with.
Sleeping bag, Pillow, 1-2 Towels
Day-Pack
Footwear for trekking in the woods & crossing water
Clothing for extreme weather patterns, (think PNW Rainforest, warm, hot, cool, cold, wet, dry)
Food for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and food items for one-dinner preparation with a partner.
Refillable water bottle
Raingear, rain jacket, umbrella, hat, shoes
Journal, notebook, or drawing pad, and pens/pencils.
All personal toiletry items including medicines.
A curious and interested mind
Other items we will let you know in follow up communications

A pre-retreat call 2-weeks prior to the trip will discuss logistics, car-pooling, and food-sharing & preparations and other retreat information.  

Email Lori Ferry at [email protected] for more info about the daily contemplative practices, cabin amenities, and retreat details available.

Date: Monday July 22nd through Saturday 27th, 2024

Location: Accommodation is various degrees of rustic on private land within the Hoh Rainforest. Stay in the sweet rustic cabin or cozy hut and share the common spaces or bring your tent and sleeping bag to sleep under the stars. Even if you choose to tent you will still have a space reserved in either one of the abodes.

Cost:

Full Retreat fee: $995

Reserve your spot with a deposit of $300 or pay in full

Final payment due July 8th

**** A Hoh Retreat Welcome Packet will be emailed to you to help support your preparations upon paid registration.  

Email Lori Ferry at [email protected] for more info about the daily contemplative practices, cabin amenities, and retreat details available.

More about your guide: Lori Ferry

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