There's a transformation that happens when you step outside of your reality and routines and quiet the loops that have been playing on repeat in your mind. There's a magic that happens when you immerse yourself in nature and listen deeply. There's a whisper that gets louder when all the other noise stops. It's full of wisdom, guidance, and clarity. There's a shift that happens when you meditate, stretch, breathe, and eat clean food, and when you practice Breathwork, choosing to conquer your fears in order to reach love. There's a giddiness created in Dancorcism when you jump for joy and laugh with your whole body. There's a power that's created when a group of people come together to make this magic happen together. You are invited. Let's have some fun.
This fall, join us for a transformational weekend of harnessing the power of our creative joy to align our dreams with the dreams of the universe. Realigning with our creative truth and purpose.
Serene retreat Phoenicia is a place of inspiration, contemplation and magic. Located on a sacred riverside property in Phoenicia, NY, it is only about 2 hours outside of NYC.
-Lodging at Serene Retreat Phoenicia, NY
-Healthy Vegetarian family-style meals
-Daily Yoga & Meditation
$550 (shared room) / $650 (private room)
$500/$600 early bird w deposit by September 1st, 2019
**I will help connect people who are driving for car-pools, and can pick up/drop off at the Trailways Phoenicia bus stop
What people are saying about Fun Heals Everything retreats:
“After the retreat, I feel a true shift in my perspective. I’m having much more fun and feeling the love around me and within! ❤️ Hope this lasts forever. ”
— Melodie M.
“I love your balance of different elements and wide spectrum of energy - encouraging without being sappy, instructive without being pedantic, and fun with out being hedonistic: all party no hangover!”
— Brett A.
“Debbie holds space for each individual person in her workshop, cultivating comfort and an added sense of ease. She is so warm and inviting, my insecure self was immediately met with a sense of belonging.”
— Morgan M.