Whispering Wind Buffalo Retreat

Sleepy Hollow, South Dakota

6-12 June 2018

Connect to Silence
Connect to Nature
Connect to Yourself

Escape to Sleepy Hollow family farm in the beautiful and serene prairies of South Dakota + take a break from the intensity of the modern world.

This 7-day retreat is your opportunity to return to the old ways of living – simple, digitally detoxed, and connected to the land and the animals. In this calm and quiet – free of distractions – you’ll go on a journey of truth to discover your CORE GIFTS and how you want to use them to create magic in your life right now.

PREPARE TO:

» Check your smart phone at the door (at least during the day).

» Tune into nature while learning to wind whisper, or receiving sacred messages from Earth elements.

» Attend an authentic Native American pow wow and other tribal events.

» Experience a buffalo meditation surrounded by a herd whereby you connect to the herd energy.

» Go on a vision quest walk through prairies where there are no people, roads, buildings, or cars – just wind, grass, and prairie animals.

» Participate in powerful group coaching sessions with like-minded travelers.

» Immerse yourself in dancing, drumming, and storytelling by the fire.

You’ll depart the prairies connected, grounded, rejuvenated, energized, clear on your core gifts + how you should use them at this point in your life.

For years I’ve been called by my higher self to offer this retreat to fellow truth seekers. Sleepy Hollow is the family farm where I grew up. It’s a quiet, serene, and sacred place where you can feel what life used to be like before the onset of modern day distractions.

I am committed to creating a space where you can truly rediscover the real reason you are here and life’s most profound meanings. My intention is to offer you an absolute once in a lifetime, unforgettable experience that leaves you with a clear vision of where you want to be in 10 years and how you can take action starting today to get there.

Forget not that the Earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” -Khalil Gibran