May Women’s Retreat

Nourish the Body, Nourish the Soul

May 21st and 22nd, noon to noon


Join us for a Springtime retreat dedicated to deep nourishment of the Self. With herbs and flowers, we will tend our physical bodies with healthy, high vibrational foods and self-massage.  Through meditation and mindful movement, we will create a sustained pause that allows for inner listening and discernment.  Blessed by the full moon and the natural world, we will experience community, practice gratitude and realign with daily habits that nourish the roots of authenticity and purpose.

Bring a sack lunch for your first meal which will occur soon after our arrival on Saturday, then dinner will be a luscious gift to the senses created, in part, by you. Customized juices and smoothies early Sun. morning and then a beautiful brunch before departure.

What we’ll do:

  • Organic plant-based meals will comfort your body and consciousness
  • Learn and experience the Ayurvedic practice of self-massage
  • Practice gentle, restorative movement and yoga poses
  • Celebrate the full moon
  • Enjoy soul-nourishing sisterhood
  • Observe silence in nature
  • Connect with our inspired inner wisdom
  • Rest soundly
  • Deepen our commitment to living a vital, inspired, harmonious life

$200/sleeping in cabin, bunkroom or hide-a-bed in living room (3 spaces available);

$180/sleeping on covered porch on comfy cots, bedding provided (2 spaces available)
$160/camping with own gear (3 spaces available)

Online registration

We would like to make classes/programs accessible to all who are interested.  In some cases, sliding scale with a work trade component  is available to make class participation possible.  If you have such a need, please don’t hesitate to ask!   Call 360-837-88733, or email us at


me and tree close-upMichelle Fox is the Founder and Executive Director of TreeSong. Michelle brings her experience as teacher, massage therapist and yoga/meditation practitioner, along with her love for and knowledge of the natural world, to her joyful heartwork here at TreeSong.

 “TreeSong is a 15 year dream realized.  Through visiting TreeSong and delving into its offerings I hope that folks walk away inspired, with new knowledge, and deeper connection with themselves, others and the natural world.  It is my most sincere wish to pass along what I have discovered about nature’s gifts and to support others in developing a life changing relationship with the wilderness both outside and within them.”

For more about Michelle, click here.

Lisa Crop smLisa Marie Peloquin, Ph.D., lives among the beautiful plants and animals of the Columbia River Gorge. A cultural sociologist and Culinary Nutrition Expert, Lisa’s work helps others to create healing foods that nurture life within our bodies, relationships, and environment. When not in the kitchen or the forest, you can find Lisa on:

Twitter:  @dr_artemis113

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