Women's Nature Retreat


Dates:  Please call or email to inquire

$775 per person


Nurture yourself on a women’s retreat weekend on one of the Les Cheneaux’s magnificent islands.  The Les Cheneaux island archipelago is one of Michigan’s jewels, with nature in abundance and numerous serene places for personal reflection.  Experience the sounds, fragrances, and fresh air of the great north.  This is an extraordinary place for those who seek natural beauty during a “getaway”.  Imagine doing yoga overlooking the Straits with the Mackinac Island and the bridge in the horizon.

At our island retreat, you will have an opportunity to rejuvenate and revitalize your mind, body and spirit among beautiful freshwater shores and friendly guides.  Plan to be pampered by our spa services, healthy meals, guided outdoor nature activities like hiking and kayaking, yoga and energy renewal sessions.  Develop meaningful connections and new friendships with other women.  Enjoy creative workshops including creative journaling and art, throughout the retreat. Daily saunas, energetic touch and body massage available.  In the evenings, plan on delectable deserts, stargazing, beach campfires, and after dinner strolls on the adjacent nature preserve.  On the last day, we will facilitate a process to bring the spirit of the weekend into your daily life.

This trip includes deluxe, one-of-kind, up-north cabin accommodations.  Participants will kayak to and from the island because transportation to and from the island is by boat only. However, if this is not possible then boat service is available.

We are happy to handle all the details for exclusive groups and custom packages. We handle the work, while you relax.  Group retreats can also be offered on Drummond Island.


Highlights - Lake Huron Shores and Islands

Instructors and Guides - Jessie Hadley, Jane Hendrick-Integrated Massage Specialist

Location - Les Cheneaux Islands

Grade - Easy and relaxed

Provided - 3nights/4 days. Healthy meals, snacks,

Charitable Contribution - Little Traverse Nature Conservancy