Ground Your Bones New Year’s Retreat
December 29, 2019, 11:00 am - January 4, 2020, 4:30 pm MST$750
Let the year end in silence as you take a breath and take stock, compost the old, and open to the new. Rest and ground your bones in deep presence. Let heaven take up residence in your cells as you open to the living waters of the Holy. Retreats at Jeannie’s house are a special opportunity in an intimate sleepover setting to rest, explore and commune with a small group going deep and being real. Space limited to 18 participants so register early if you’re called! Commuters welcome, nearby Airbnbs abound if you need your own space.
Retreat cost: $750
A few spots available at a reduced rate for those in need.
Space is limited – register early!
Lodging and food not included.
Food is organic and local where possible and sensitivities are accommodated where possible. Lunch and dinner will be served the first day and 3 meals a day will be served the remaining days, with breakfast and lunch served on the last day.
Meal options are as follows:
- $255.00 for the all-inclusive option (6 breakfasts, 7 lunches & 6 dinners)
- $195.00 for all lunch/dinner meals (7 lunches and 6 dinners)
There are a limited number of spots at Jeannie’s (beds, couches, floors, camping in yard, vehicle camping in the driveway) for $15 a night. Please let us know if you are wanting to stay at Jeannie’s and if so, a) if you have any special needs around sleeping (like you snore, or you’re a light sleeper, or you go to sleep early, or go to sleep late and sleep in) and b):
- If you are willing to share a bed.
- If you are able/willing to sleep on the floor
- If you can bring gear to sleep on the floor (for yourself or someone else)
- If you are able/willing to camp
- If you can bring gear to camp (for yourself or someone else).
- If you want to sleep in your vehicle.
We’re going to try and balance the number of folks in the house, so depending upon what folks want, we’ll figure out what works and let you know soon. Those staying at the house are welcome to stay a night after retreat if needed for travel.
Because there are a limited number of rooms and floor spaces in our retreat house, you can also consider Airbnb (https://www.airbnb.com/) and VRBO options in town and local hotels.