Wilderness Solo Reflection

Soul Renewal Wilderness Retreat date TBA

Grow your resiliency in nature

With Nature as Your Guide —
Gathering to Nurture the Unfolding
of Your Joys, Passions & Gifts

Wilderness Solo Reflection

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your
one wild and precious life?”  — Mary Oliver

Join us in claiming time for yourself. Unplug so you can plug into nature and connect more deeply with yourself and others. Cultivate skills and a personal love with the earth that will help in navigating your daily world with greater ease. The heart of the retreat will be 24-48 hours of solo reflection time at a campsite of your choosing—an inspirational space for doing the work that grounds and brings your vision of a more beautiful world into strategic focus.  No camping experience required—we will help you along the way!

Your Green Energy Investment: $895 — Early registration and multiple participant discounts available.

Soul Renewal Journey 2015 brochure

For additional information or to apply, please contact one of your co-hosts:

Guide Cheryl Slover-Linett
Cheryl Slover-Linett


Resiliency Guide Larry Glover
Larry Glover, LISW
Permitted with the USFS since 1989


Past Participant Comments:

“The Soul Renewal Retreat was a valuable tool in bringing confidence to all aspects of my life. This experience not only overcame my fear of spending 24 hours alone in the wilderness, but also transferred to other aspects of my life where fear was blocking progress. The group often focused on the connectivity of all things around us and was a safe place for everyone to share fears and hopes.  Larry is a gentle guide who shares from a deep level and is able to incorporate spirituality, science, and poetry into thoughts that will stay with you for a lifetime. Thank you also to Dotty, for her expansive warmth, holding down camp, and making wonderful vegetarian and gluten-free meals for us all to gather around. And thank you to Cheryl for convening and holding the sacred space of our circles.”
— Erica Johnson, 2013 Participant

“Last thoughts and images
as I finish work for the day—
I am now as big as a mountain

Aspens trees in palm of my hand
Leaves quiver
Air stirs as if by butterfly wings
This sweeps every molecule,
nay, every atom of my being

I get up and walk
My legs are not heavy
They feel straight
I feel tall
I go and feed the chickens”
— Catherine Barba, 2013 Participant

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”
— John Muir

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