Reconnect with yourself and others on this special weekend designed to help push the reset button.
Guiding you back to those places inside you that you may not have explored for a while, those you know exist but haven’t dared to explore yet, and quite possibly those you don’t even know exist, and will have the joy of discovering as you begin to quieten your mind and explore yourself again.
We have designed a weekend to set or reset some goals as well as step into some new opportunities to grow and potentially transform.
Your guides for the weekend, Jacqui and Joelle, bring a freshness, a vitality, a sense of humour and a desire to support you to let go of what serves you no more and reconnect with your authentic self and with other women.
We have woven into the weekend some Meditation, Bushwalks, Ropes Courses, Purposeful exploration and more.
The site is set in a lovely natural landscape of the Southern Highlands, with charming rustic accommodation. The Tallong Outdoor Education and Retreat Centre is a 2 hour drive South of Sydney.
Food is clean and healthy. We may allow a few cheeky glasses of wine as we settle down for the evening in amongst the natural environment, meeting new people, and sharing insights about this journey of life.
Age: Women 18+. You can come as an individual or as a group of friends. We encourage both and promise you will not feel alone from the moment you arrive.
Bushwalking: A gentle and easy pace
Date and Time
Friday 27 November 2020, Check-in from 4pm – dinner at 7pm when activities start.
Sunday 29 November 2020 , 2pm AEDT marks the end of our weekend together.
Tallong Outdoor Education and Retreat Centre
137 Old Wingello Road
$100 from every booking goes directly to our impact project in Nepal.
$100 buys food for an entire family for 6 weeks.
Our initiative strives to provide:
A BRIGHT THRIVING FUTURE OF QUALITY LIFE CHOICES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE
15 and 16 year old children are in a very vulnerable age group. Many children, in this age group in the remote region of western Nepal come from landless families who simply cannot afford to pay for schooling. The completion rate for secondary education in Nepal stands at a mere 24.5% percent (UNESCO, 2014) and UNICEF estimates 12,000 children every year are trafficked into India. Keeping them in school will keep them safe. Your contribution will help in providing them the opportunity to stay at school to complete their high school education, save them from future poverty and may also directly save a teenager from the possibility of being trafficked or sold into India.. It is essential we improve these statistics and enable children to develop the tools and skills, through education, to choose a different and brighter future .
Twenty three years ago a young local boy and his family helped save my husband’s life. In their honour our child carries the name Bardia as his middle name. This young Nepalese boy grew up and is now the founder and principal of a small self-funded school in his village. We have committed to helping him realise his dream of educating the next generation in his community.
Anytime you book with us you too will contribute directly to the school project and help this dream become a reality.