Retreat at ARC
Sponsored retreats are planned by ARC around a certain theme and are open for public registration.
Coming Home to Yourself: Demystifying the Retreat
September 1st, 2017 : 11am to September 4th, 2017 : 2pm
When you walk through our doors, someone will always greet you with, “Welcome Home to ARC” but what does it mean to come home to yourself?
Offerings include 3 daily yoga class options, meditation, homemade meals, lead hikes, and more.
Healing of Memories Workshop
September 8th at 5 pm to September 10th at 2 pm
Join us for a facilitated workshop to move through your past trauma and achieve a new level of healing.
The Healing of Memories workshop responds to the emotional, psychological and spiritual wounds caused by traumatic events in your life. This residential weekend is led by trained facilitators who use art and storytelling to help you gain insight and empathy for yourself and others. It provides a safe, experiential and interactive way to overcome feelings of anger, loss, grief and guilt and will gently guide you one step further on your healing journey.
Need time for renewal?
Private retreats are for individuals, families, or friends who wish to structure their own time at ARC and can be for any length of stay, as space is available.
You can enjoy resting, reading, walking, canoeing, or simply sitting by the fireplace and looking out the huge living room window.
Choose from three buildings on the ARC grounds, for more information visit the building specific pages (listed below).
Group retreats hosted at ARC are facilitated and planned with leadership from the group.
Many groups come to ARC year after year to lead their own retreats. Groups bring their own participants and agenda, while we provide the hospitality, nurturing space and homemade vegetarian meals.
If your group is looking for a quiet, natural environment in which to plan, pray, reflect, rejuvenate, relax, explore, grow, or be inspired, ARC may be the right place for you.
Groups typically stay in the lodge, with overflow (as needed) to the cottage and the hermitage. Smaller groups may chose to stay in and/or meet in the cottage.