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Women's Mindfulness Retreats

Dive deep into mindfulness practices, cultivate inner peace, and embrace the beauty of being present. Nurture your mind, body, and spirit, and emerge with a renewed sense of clarity, purpose, and resilience.

This retreat is for all women seeking sanctuary, connection, and empowerment on their journey of self-discovery and inner growth. 

 

You'll participate in guided breathwork, mindfulness meditations, yoga, nature walks, journaling, silent introspection, and creative expressions activities.

You will learn practical techniques to develop a deeper awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and surroundings. No prior experience of meditation or yoga is required. Retreats are open to all women above 18 years.

New to mindfulness? Read about mindfulness here.

Our retreats are held in a charming rustic retreat center, a 100-year-old dairy barn converted into a retreat center. Sprawling 50-acer property is situated along Day Creek in the Skagit River Valley, about 90-minutes north of Seattle. It has 9 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a cozy living area with wood-burning stove, and a deck with sweeping views. 

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You’ll enjoy homemade, nutritious vegetarian meals cooked with intent to further your journey of self-discovery. Meals include dinner Friday and Saturday, breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, lunch on Friday and Saturday; and assorted teas and snacks.

 

All meals are prepared with as many local, seasonal and organic ingredients possible.

We will do our best to accommodate your dietary restrictions, such as vegan, gluten-free, and lactose free. Please contact us before booking if you have multiple allergies or life-threatening allergies.

Retreats are guided by Sarvinder Kaur, the founder of TrailBliss. She is a 500hrs RYT (registered Yoga Teacher) and Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, and has been practicing yoga and meditation for over a decade. She learned and deepened her mindfulness practice through several teachers.

As she witnessed the transformative influence of mindfulness and yoga on her personal journey, she found herself inspired to extend these invaluable practices to others, offering the tools to nurture inner serenity, empathy, and resilience amidst life's ever-changing currents. Sarvinder is a firm believer in the profound connection between nature and mindfulness. In her retreats, she seamlessly intertwines the two, crafting an immersive and soul-stirring experience that empowers participants to embark on a journey of profound self-discovery and renewal. 

She is a seasoned hiker, backpacker, mountaineer and King County Research and Rescue volunteer. 

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Summer Bliss: August 9-11

Registration Opens on May 01

available spaces: 12

Please read these policies and code of conduct before registering for the retreat:

Retreat Code of Conduct

Release Agreement

Code of Ethics   

Testimonials

I like that it was very private and informal (not commercially organized) and it felt like a lot of love was put into preparing and running the retreat. The TrailBliss retreat was a wonderful and restorative experience and I recommend it to anyone seeking to disconnect and rediscover inner peace."

Irina K.

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