The Trillium Womens Half Day Retreat in Willamette Valley’s wine country.
THURSDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2023 FROM 10:00-15:00
When we are able to strengthen our light we are able to shine brighter and have the impact we desire in our lives and in our world.
The Trillium Womens Half Day Retreat is a half day of transformation built specifically with the seasonal elements in mind to help you open up and explore a deeper connection with yourself, others and the natural world. When we come together in community we transcend ourselves and find commonalities, we bear witness to one another’s strengths, hold space for vulnerability, and allowing collective power to be harnessed.
We invite you to come as you are: emotionally, spiritually, ALL of it. We invite you to get into the shit-your shit, the hard shit, your journey-explore all of it in our brave space. We are meeting you where you are. Let’s come together to do the hard work because it’s more powerful and effective than doing it alone. You don’t need to do this alone. While we cannot guarantee a safe space for everyone, we ask for you to show up and be brave, vulnerable, and open as we come together to learn and show support for one another.
Let’s take time out from our busy and chaotic lives and share this space for women’s collective gathering for intimate healing connection, open creativity, and spiritual awakening for tangible transformations. The purpose is to help you come back and connect to the most authentic, aligned, and truest version of you.
The botanical symbolism of Trillium is that it is the perfect flower for overcoming life’s challenges with grace, strength, and dignity.
Offering elevated content and an experience curated with the highest intention and integrity imbued with each and every detail. This special half day devoted to YOU will leave you feeling refreshed, inspired, and capable of embodying the benefits of your transformation for lasting results. Through the tenants of movement, mindset, nourishment, and creativity- let this day serve as a spark to rekindle and nurture your inner flame.
9:45am arrival so you can acquaint yourself and settle in
10:00 opening and introduction
10:30-11:00am- Movement Workshop: Slow Flow Yoga and Meditation
11:00-12:15pm- Mindset Workshop: Exploration and Journaling
12:15-1:15pm – Nourishing Farm-to-Table Lunch
1:15-2:30PM- Creative Workshop: Flower Pounding
When you book your ticket, you will be sent more details about the day and how to prep. Please note that we are planning this event to be outside.
P.S. In order to serve our community in the best way, you will see a full ticket price as well as a donation ticket price to help support a community member who is in need of love and support, but cannot afford it.
Meet your hosts!
Leah Jorgensen is a tenth-generation winemaker named to Food & Wine’s “Top 15 Women Winemakers in the World” and Wine Enthusiasts’ “Eight Most Innovative Oregon Winemakers”. She founded her wine business Leah Jorgensen Cellars in 2011. She’s also a freelance writer, blogger and published poet. In addition to an undergraduate degree in Literature and Creative Writing, Leah earned postgraduate degrees in Enology (the science of winemaking) and in Holistic Nutrition with primary studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Functional Medicine. Leah specializes in digestive disease, nutrient deficiency and mindful eating. She is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and founded her Strong as Oak Holistic Nutrition practice in Portland, Oregon in 2015. Leah is currently studying herbalism as well as teaching on the sacred journey of the soul. She is passionate about raising her little boy, nature/forest schooling, mentoring women, journaling, gardening, cooking and wildcrafting.
Heather Ciprani is a Holistic Nutritionist, Herbalist and Private Chef. After working in the corporate world for 12 years, she left to pursue her passions in the plant and food world. She graduated Cum Laude with her Masters of Science in Holistic Nutrition and Certification in Herbalism as well Cannabis Medicine. Heather started a holistic food-based skincare brand 2016, Flower & Bone Supply, which she manufactures herself while supporting small businesses and farms. She is a holistic health coach with a focus on inspiring plates with decadent and drooling-worthy meals. Her approach is that food, like life, is meant to be enjoyed and savored. As a private chef, who is food and flavor obsessed, she gets the flavors and pairings as well as the dietary nuances, complexities, and needs for the group without hindering taste. As a new mom, she also understands and has compassion for time and simplicity. With her recipes and skincare, she believes that you don’t need to spend a trillion dollars or ungodly amounts of time to feel your very best and translate that to life.
The Location: The private home of Leah Jorgensen of Leah Jorgensen Wine