Feeling a little overworked?
It’s time to throw on a pair of jeans and boots, take a break and revive your inner Wild Island Woman. Join us for a very special overnight women’s retreat at Rathmore House in the upper Derwent Valley.
Enjoy fresh locally prepared meals, inspiring activities and experiences with like-minded souls.
10 am Welcome and morning tea at Rathmore.
10:45 am Equine Assisted Learning Session, Allison Reis
12:45 pm Lunch
2 – 5 pm Clay Play Session with Lisa West, Leap and Wander
6 pm Dinner at Rathmore
8 pm Campfire under the stars
8 am Breakfast – Rathmore
9 am Equine Assisted Learning Session – Allison Reis
11 am Morning tea/light lunch & Farewell
Ladies are welcome to stay on for another night or arrive a day early to explore the surrounding area. Please contact us for special rates.
What is Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)?
EAL is an educational experience where horses are the teachers. EAL is a unique approach to human development that encourages individual and team growth. Working with horses gives as a practical way to test how effectively we’re communicating and interacting with ourselves and others. Within the sessions above we will explore intention, connection and self-leadership with fully qualified Facilitator Allison Reis.
Please note that no experience with horses is needed. No riding is involved as participants engage in objectively driven experiences with amazing horses on the ground.
What is a Clay Play Session?
You’ll be encouraged to let loose and get your hands dirty in a social rather than serious pottery class. We will all pinch, roll, sip and nibble the afternoon away through 2.5 hours of fun. An inclusive women’s class where all will be encouraged to create.
Pieces made will be dried and fired over two weeks post workshop and pick-up can be arranged through Lisa from her studio in New Norfolk or postage can also be arranged (for an additional costs). Besides postage there will be no additional cost to the retreat.
No experienced required. You’ll be amazed at what you can create with a little guidance.
Rathmore House – Nestled beside the Derwent Valley is the rural oasis, Rathmore. A historic Tasmanian sheep property offering a chance to sidestep the busy world, slow down and savour the simple rural relaxation. Price includes twin share accommodation. Single rooms can be arranged on request. We’ve left a little space between activities for you to wander, reflect or do some platypus spotting on the Dew Rivulet. It’s up to you. Do as much or as little as you wish!
Address: 2158 Hollow Tree Road, Hollow Tree – located an hour from Hobart CBD.
Please contact email@example.com for further information about this retreat.