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Rewilding Retreats

​ ​ Our Rewilding Retreats are a form of soulful restoration with an emphasis on recreating our "natural and uncultivated states" honoring an ancestry, our deeper pasts, community, and the building of continued bonds.

Sligo, Ireland
Waves of Grief & Mourning Surf 
June 20-24th


Past Retreats

11/11 Paddle Out
 Facilitated by Kelsey Ellis and Michelle Q. Slavik

Join us for a morning of healing with the ocean. We will cultivate intention together, while honoring collective and personal waves of grief, love, and ancestry ending with a group paddle out at 11:11.

Winter Solstice Ocean Healing and Movement Retreat

Facilitated by Kelsey Ellis and J'aime Morrison of Mourning Surf 

Join us as we welcome in the winter season, ground into ourselves & explore the ways we can let light in through our bodies in grief.


The winter solstice signals going inward for a time of nourishment and reflection. This has been a significant time of ritual, renewal and a time to cultivate a deeper connection to self. 


Inspired by the ancient celtic rituals around the winter solstice we will ride the waves of grief while honoring and celebrating the light within the darkness.


Guided movement meditation and ocean play will move our grief and reset our intentions for the new year. 

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Waves of Harmony Ocean Wellness Retreat
Facilitated by Kelsey Ellis and Janine Ellis


Come join us for a restorative day on the coast


  • Oceanside yoga flow qigong to the rhythm and sound of Mother Ocean

  • Therapeutic and supported ocean play in the waves

  • Sound healing, reiki balancing and guided meditation

Nourishing meals, boards and wetsuits provided.



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Waves of Grief™ Retreat Costa Rica

Facilitated by TwoCan Retreat & Waves of Grief Collective

For Women to Move through Grief and Loss

Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

July 11-16, 2023

Here is an opportunity to gather in community, to honor, share and witness both personal and collective grief.

Grief must be tended to, given time, space and attention. It can be uncomfortable, raw, messy, and unpredictable, but allowing it to bubble to the surface is a necessary part of the healing process. The result is a natural shift away from anger, sadness and fear toward love, compassion and acceptance — letting go of what no longer serves us, and choosing to engage in a life that supports the new person we are becoming.

Grief isn’t about getting over it or moving on. It’s about moving through it, moving forward, and finding a way to live a life worth living after your heart’s been broken, your world shattered, or you are left feeling hopeless about the future. Grief isn’t linear — it comes and goes, moving in waves as it flows through us — creating opportunities to release held emotions and helping us to find our balance.

~ Virginia Wolf

Formerly known as Mourning Surf Retreat Costa Rica

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