There is no better way than a retreat to step outside of your hectic life and give space to see yourself and the world in a different light. It allows the opportunity to reset, renew and develop new relationship with yourself. Retreat with Glendy is a deep immersion of healing with tools you can adopt in your everyday living.
Mountain Day Magic
October 11-13, 2019
Wellness Retreat for Smith College Alumnae and Friends
Smith College Alumnae, you are invited to celebrate Mountain Day in a really special way with a retreat to the rolling foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. Here you will drop into a peaceful environment, move your body and your mind in healthy ways, and make authentic connections based on that special Smith College thread.
We want you to be free to explore during this weekend of self-care and, we hope, self-discovery. In this 3-day, 2-night getaway, you can experience group yoga, sound bath, group hike, tea time, restorative yoga with Yoga Nidra, energy healing, fire ceremony and communal meals. Attend every session, or do just one. Take a walk in the woods, do a sauna and sink into a conversation. We want you to take this opportunity to recharge and come away with new prespectives and deepen connections with nature, with yourself and with each other.
Download the attached brochure for the 2018 Mountain Day Magic experience.
“The Mountain Day Magic Retreat was deeply restorative.
Kate and Glendy did a great job in creating a safe and cozy environment. It's important, and necessary, to have time to step away and check in with yourself, and i'm grateful to the facilitators for giving us the space to do it.”
- Emily, Class of ‘09
“I had a really great experience at the retreat in October. I really liked the diverse offerings - being newly exposed to sound healing, flower essences, and crystal healing, in addition to the daily yoga and then having time to wander around the beautiful grounds of the Camp. In addition to being physically restorative,
the retreat inspired wonder, contemplation, and camaraderie”
- Marie, Class of ‘97