March 13 - 15, 2020
Join us as we explore the wild parts of writing, the tender stories that must be told, and ways to engage yourself and others in writing practices that bring life back. Join Bethany Bylsma, Tyler Dunning, and fifteen of your newest soul-friends on this 3-day writing retreat exploring the therapeutic benefits of writing. Earlybird pricing: Registration Rate, solo lodging: $750 Registration Rate, shared lodging: $700 Registration Rate, commuting: $450 All photos by Rachel Morell. Click image to view gallery. [gallery columns="4" size="large" ids="564,565,566,567"] Join us for a journey into these ideas: Friday / Writing in the Wellness of Everyday There is a fallacy to creativity…
With Karen Boss
April 5 - 12, 2020
Kindling Words is a retreat for published authors, illustrators and editors of children's books. For more information, go to KindlingWords.org.
April 17 - 19, 2020
A weekend open to all alumni of the Invitas Foundations of Conversational Leadership program. This is an alumni-led retreat. Facilitation support will be offered by Jafer Patterson, Sue Fort White, David Cotson, and Gayle Karen Young Whyte.
April 30 - May 3, 2020
Use this form for lodging registration only. To register for Vortext, visit this link. VORTEXT is an extraordinary weekend salon at the famed Whidbey Institute, led by renowned women writers. The program, now in its ninth year, gives women writers the opportunity to connect in diverse and powerful small-group workshops. Writers also enjoy dynamic keynotes and discussions about opportunities and challenges for women who write, as well as several open mics over the course of the weekend. Join us to share meals, conversation and community in a stunningly beautiful setting. Hedgebrook is a global community of women writers and people who…
With Christina Malecka
June 12 - 14, 2020
Looking for a one-of-a kind mindfulness retreat? Imagine yourself totally unplugged from technology and held in community at the Whidbey Institute for a weekend of meditation, rest, community building, self-discovery and empowerment. Put away your phone and deeply engage with yourself and others. Rediscover play to reclaim the joy and excitement of childhood. Leave with tools and practices to help you find tech/life balance in the real world. Treat yourself to this weekend of digital detox, deep self-care and mindfulness to: LEARN how mindfulness is the opposite of distraction - and the key to a healthier relationship with technology CONNECT…