Spring Equinox Retreat
 Aligning with Your True Nature

As we embrace the rejuvenating energy of the changing season, we will practice connecting to Mother Earth's healing vibrations; the organized rhythms that emerge from chaotic energy. We all have chaos in our past, our present and our future. This retreat is designed to help you find harmony in chaos, to allow beauty to emerge from it like tulips from the soil.

Date: Thursday, March 21 - Sunday, March 24, 2024

Time: Check in 1:00 PM, March 21

See Agenda & Register Here

Location: Foothills of the North Cascades, in Washington, on the banks of the Skagit River. Fox Creek Falls Retreat Center is situated about halfway between Seattle and Vancover BC

Through a series of guided meditations, forest immersions, morning yoga, a river rafting adventure, a group drumming experience and more, the weekend is about taking care of body, mind and spirit as we ask ourselves, "what am I waiting to become?" Nourish yourself by getting your hands into the soil, breathing in the mist of a waterfall, grazing on nutritious snacks and enjoying new (or old) friendships. We'll finish each day with a wholesome meal and a group ritual.

Join with us in this metamorphosis, and come away with a deeper sense of ease and connectedness.


Hosted by Michael Lenarz, DC, and Nicole Tilson, LMT, CCST

Michael Lenarz has practiced Upper Cervical chiropractic for over 35 years, and has been practicing meditation and various types of yoga for over 50 years.  During this Retreat one of his contributions will be a 15 - 20 minute guided meditation after morning yoga classes.   His efforts will also focus on providing a powerful Retreat experience for all of our guests.

Nicole Tilson is a Certified Craniosacral Therapist and a Licensed Massage Therapist.  She will be guiding Forest Immersions, tree planting and gardening experiences.  Nicole's brings her passion for the planet and our guests together, to create a harmonious adventure for all!


What shape waits in the seed of you
to grow and spread its branches
against a future sky?

- David Whyte, House of Belonging