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  • It is preferable to have previously attended a workshop retreat.
  • There is no schedule, no workshop, nor group meetings.
  • Extended stays may be accommodated. 

The retreat is designed to foster self-reflection. A rustic cabin, being close to nature, simple basic foods, silence, and the absence of distractions are integral to the experience.

Rates *—Solo Retreat
One night: $50
Weekend (2 nights—Friday to Sunday noon): $100
7 night retreat: 300$ (savings of $50)
Extended stay: negotiable.

Suggested time of arrival: between 3 pm and 5 pm

Departure time: noon

* Our rates are affordable, thanks to the generosity of our donors and partners. We are also flexible, depending on the need.

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Cabin
Amenities :
  • single bed and pillow;
  • rocking chair and lamp;
  • hotplate, dishware, pots and pans and utensils;
  • wood stove and electric baseboard heater.

Showers and toilets are located in an adjacent building, which is heated and has hot water.

Meals (included)
You prepare your own meals in your cabin. Simple foods are available 24 hours a day at “La Manne”, an adjacent building.

On the menu:
  • fruits, vegetables, nuts, bread, cereals, eggs, cheese … ;
  • drinking water, milk, instant coffee, tea and herbal teas ... ;

Please inform us of any allergies or dietary restrictions.

Additional Details
What to bring:
  • sleeping bag and a pillowcase, towels, toiletries, facial tissue;
  • flashlight, raincoat, shoes and appropriate seasonal clothing, mosquito repellent;
  • your own simple foods, contingent on allergies or dietary restrictions.
Things to bring with you

Suggestions:
  • To fully enjoy the benefits of your silent retreat and connecting with nature, it is strongly advised to put aside, as much as possible, anything that may distract from the inner journey.
  • For most people, this means disconnecting from their electronic devices (phone, computer, camera, iPod, tablet, etc.)
  • For others, it might be to refrain from reading distracting books, or maybe to avoid taking many photos.
  • Moreover, it is important to respect the privacy of others by not taking photos of them without their knowledge or consent.