Retreat at Overton


Retreat at Overton

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Spring Women's Retreat, March 19-22

WELCOME! We are so excited for the Spring Women's Retreat at Overton. You can expect three days of rejuvenating activities and inspiring community. 

The retreat schedule is listed below. Please use the form at the bottom of the page to register. You can pay Lucie House at the retreat by check or cash. The cost for the retreat is $200.00. A $100 cancellation fee applies if you cancel within 2 weeks of the retreat.

A massage therapist will be here on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. You can sign up for 1 hour sessions with Lucie.

Please complete registration by 2/17



3 pm: 75 minute yoga class (Barn)

5:00pm: cocktails at the Barn


8:00-8:30am: Guided morning Meditation (barn or pavilion)

10am-1:00pm: 60 minute yoga class + 90 minute mindfulness workshop (barn)

the afternoon is yours for lunch, free time, and massage

5:30pm: cocktails and CABI at Anne Tate’s house (dinner provided)


8:00-8:30am: Guided morning meditation (Barn or Pavilion)

10:00am-12:00pm: mindful self-compassion workshop (barn)

12:00-4:00pm: free time and massages

4:00pm: 60 minute yoga class

6:30pm: Dinner at Penny Hodgson’s house


8:30am: Morning meditation at the barn

9:00am: 75 minute yoga class (barn)

Suggested afternoon activities:

  • hikes/walks

  • tour isha, an international yoga center 10 minutes down the road

  • badminton and bocce

  • read

  • nap

More on yoga and mindfulness.  Lucie's yoga classes are accessible and enjoyable for all levels of yoga. She will take you through an energizing flow mixed with long holds of the stretchy poses we all love. Modifications are offered throughout the class so you can add more energy or take some away at any point during the class. We always finish with a generous savasana with hands on assist (massage!).

Mindfulness practice is a way to learn how to approach your life with a new perspective on stress and discomfort. In the mindfulness workshop, you can expect to learn more about how we typically respond to stress and discomfort in our lives and why the way we currently do things is not working for us. We will practice being present in the moment and, as a result, for each moment of our lives. 

In mindful self-compassion, we learn that we do not need to be perfect. We learn that we do not need to incessantly judge and criticize ourselves for perceived shortcomings. Instead, you can use self-compassion, which means you are kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings. You may try to change in ways that allow you to be more healthy and happy, but this is done because you care about yourself, not because you are worthless or unacceptable as you are. In this part of the workshop, you will learn specific practices to help you deal with the inner critic.