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New Year's Eve Intentional Gathering

We love offering an intentional alternative to bringing in the New Year! This ceremonial day retreat will be an enriching opportunity to consciously enter 2021 for your highest good.

We will reflect on our past year, discover lessons along the way and bring in a new beginning that aligns with our soul's calling.

This Covid-safe outdoor retreat will create safe and inspired space for community to bring in the light of a new season within the backdrop of our retreat forest and sacred fire circle.

Programming includes: Guided Forest Therapy to open, ground, prepare Releasing of 2020 and intentions for 2021! Sacred Fire and Drumming Circle with guided conscious movement and joyful sound

You may come for the event or create your own long weekend New Year's retreat by reserving your own cabin or yurt at Nurture Through Nature. Based on availability.

This event sells out so hold your spot soon!

Self-assessed sliding scale: $125-$195

To hold your workshop spot, please submit full payment by following the payment options on our Reservations page.

Space is limited to 10 participants.

Your facilitators: Jen DeRaspe and Megan-Mack DeRaspe, are both registered Maine Guides, each with over 20 years experience in retreat leading and wilderness guiding. Jen, the founder of Nurture Through Nature retreat center, is a Certified Yoga and Qi Gong instructor and Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie. Megan-Mack, former program director for the Hyde Wilderness School, has an MS in Outdoor Leadership and Environmental Education. In addition, she is a Certified Forest Therapy Guide, Reiki practitioner and is working towards her PhD in Eco-Psychology and Yoga Teacher Certification. Both Jen and Megan-Mack share a deep passion for the healing arts and the natural world and sharing those passions with others.

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1pm to 6pm

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