R3 Women’s Retreat: Refresh Revitalize Rejuvenate

R3 Women’s Retreat: Refresh Revitalize Rejuvenate
Event on 2016-09-22 15:30:00
You will enjoy a weekend of peace and serenity surrounded by the beautiful Cascade Foothills where you can participate in a variety of workshops and outdoor activities that will energize and fulfill you. Workshops include: Be The Queen Of Your Time Healing From The Inside Out Through Art Five Elements of Health Getting on the good side of grief Yoga (mat required) Setting boundaries for effective communication Pain to purpose Spaces of Serenity Vision Board Nia Dance Managing social media Some activities will include: Meals you don't have to prepare! Comfortable and serene lodging Recreational activities Inspiring keynote sessions Celebrate your body with movement, Set your intentions with a vision board Declutter your mind through journaling Find space for reflection/meditation Boost your confidence through improv comedy Push beyond your business barriers Room options are: 2 rooms (2 full beds). Sleeps max 4 6 rooms (1 full & 2 bunk beds). Sleeps max 6 Meals: 3 healthy home cooked meals/day Healthy snacks Bottled water, coffee, juice, milk and tea ↗Specific dietary accommodations will not be provided with the exception of gluten free, vegan and vegetarian. ↗Don't miss out on Thursday night retreat kick-off dinner and social. Your first glass of wine will be free. ↗Volunteer to help with meals and set up and receive a gift card to spoil yourself. ↗Single rooms available for /night extra upon request revealedlinesllc@gmail.com   Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 1. What is the process for preparing for attending the retreat? Attendees must be 18 or older. All attendees are required to fill out a ID card/access pass registration.  Deadline to return will be August 21, 2016.  On this form, you will select what mode of identification (SSN, driver's license, passport No., certification No, or alien registration No.) you will bring to gain access through the gate. Upon entrance through the gate, you will drive .14 miles straight to the lodge which will be clearly marked.  An email with details will be sent to every attendee. 2.  What can/can't I bring to the event? NO DRUGS are allowed.  NO PETS the exception of service animals You can bring alcoholic beverages 3.  Will bedding be provided? Yes, bedding is provided. 4.  Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, you can transfer your ticket to another person as long as the required paperwork is filled out 2 weeks to the retreat. 5.  Can I update my registration information? Yes, please contact one of the organizers.  6.  Will I be sharing a room with someone? Yes. However, there is a limited supply of single rooms available for an additional /night. 7.  Can I cancel? Yes.  For any retreat with a R3, cancellation fees are if you cancel four or more weeks before the retreat begins and after that. 8. Is there any special dietary compensation? Yes, there will be vegetarian, vegan and some gluten free options provided. 9. What type of clothing should I pack? There are two mottos for clothing during your retreat – "Be prepared" and "Be comfortable." Weather in September will be a bit cool, so we recommend that you come well prepared, with clothing selected for comfort rather than style. Bring a light rain coat. Bring hiking boots if you intend on hiking. Bring your yoga mat. For your comfort in the dormitory accommodations, be sure to bring loose sweat suits, a bathrobe or other kinds of clothing that allow you to go with ease between your room and the bathroom facilities. Our laundry facilities are available. Bring change and detergent for use. 10.  What other essential items should I bring? Indoor-only, soft-soled shoes or slippers. This helps contribute to the silence and overall cleanliness of our retreat environment. All necessary special foods and beverages. Plastic containers for special foods. Medicines, vitamins, supplements, etc. If you have an existing medical condition, bring enough of all prescription medicines to last throughout the retreat.  Toiletry items If you are acutely chemically sensitive, please let our office know. If you have ever been to an emergency room because of a medical condition, bring your doctor's telephone number in case the condition comes up while you're on retreat. 11.  What other optional items might I want with me? Insect repellent and/or head net. Flashlight Coloring book other arts and craft 12.  What are accommodations like at the Retreat Center? 2 rooms (contains 2 full beds). Sleeps max 4 6 rooms (1 full & 2 bunk beds). Sleeps max6 2 rooms (1 queen bed). Sleeps 2 1 room (1 full bed). Sleeps two 13.  What will I eat? All of our meals are served buffet-style, with ingredients listed next to each dish. For those with allergies to gluten and/or dairy, a simple, non-animal protein, a gluten-free grain and a plain vegetable are available at lunch. A selection of caffeinated and herbal teas are freely available at all times, as well as milk, soymilk and sweeteners.  Fruit, muffins/pastries (gluten free options avail) and a protein meat or egg will be available. Food you can bring Our Retreat Center kitchen is small and busy places that do not have the resources to respond to individual needs. Our cooks cannot provide specific snacks or cooking equipment. If you need to eat between meals, you’re welcome to save part of a meal for later on. If you have special dietary requirements beyond what R3 meals can offer, please plan ahead and bring any necessary foods or supplements with you to the retreat. Space is limited, so we ask that you bring only those food items that are necessary. Please provide your own sealed plastic containers, and mark them with your name and the date. Because of our limited storage space, the amount of time involved, and out of consideration for other retreatants, it is not possible to juice vegetables and fruit. Small blenders are allowed, if blended food is medically necessary. 14.  What if I get sick on retreat? We are unable and unqualified to provide medical and psychological care. For this reason, we request that – apart from unforeseen emergencies – you take care of your own health needs during your stay. 15.  What if I have a medical emergency? Prescription medications If you are taking prescription medications for any reason, please ensure you bring enough supplies with you to continue treatment for the full duration of your retreat. On your arrival, we will also ask for some details regarding your prescription medications. This is so that, in the event of an emergency, we can give the necessary information to Emergency Medical Services personnel. Otherwise, such details remain entirely confidential. Checklist Before arriving for your retreat, please make sure that you have the following in place: The name and contact details of your emergency contact person. Health insurance or the ability to pay for expenses in the event of illness or a medical emergency. Any costs incurred for health services are your responsibility and not the responsibility of R3. Contact details for your physician, therapist and/or any other medical professionals whose treatment you are under. An adequate supply of any prescription medications to cover the full duration of your retreat. 16.  Can I smoke? There will be no smoking inside of the lodge.  Smoking designated area will be provided 150 feet from the lodge.  17. What is the schedule like? A schedule for a typical day at The Retreat would be as follows: 6:45 am to 7:15 am: Morning journaling 7:30 am to 8:30 am: Breakfast 9;00 am to 9:50 am: Morning movement exercise 10:00 am to 10:30 am: break 10:30-12:00: 2 presentation sessions  12:00 pm to 1:00 pm: Lunch 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm: Break 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm: 2 presentations 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm: Break.  3:30 pm to 5:00 pm: 2 presentation sessions 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm: Free Time 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm: Dinner 7:30 pm to 8:15: Evening yoga 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm: Campfire social/free time 18.  When I arrive on Thursday, where do I go? Once you've been cleared at the gate, there will be signs for Parking.  After you park, there will be signs pointing towards check-in, which will be in the dining area. 19. Do you accept volunteers?  Yes, we welcome volunteers. Please contact us to arrange your availability and area of work desired. Volunteers will need to fill out a volunteer application. We would like to give you a gift certificate to show our appreciation. 20.  Who do I contact if I have more questions? Aletha Tatge: revealedlinesllc@gmail.com or 425-280-0614 Krista Larrison: kristaeventsnw@gmail.com or 206-4050776 Tammy Smith: tammy@tammywilsonsmith.com or 253-820-3104

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