FALL 2017

Nurture: A Retreat offers delicious day & weekend retreats created & curated intentionally to gather entrepreneurial women in community to explore the relationship between creativity & self care.

Gather with kindred spirits and immerse yourself in the creative worlds of each facilitator, who will share deeply how her own creativity informs her journey as a woman and as an entrepreneur.

Step out of your head and into your heart via hands-on artisanal workshops that inspire and ignite that which is dormant or needs expressing in you.

Leave feeling rested and fed via new friends, shared organic harvest table meals and the beauty of taking space to listen to your own voice.


WHAT: Nurture Day Retreat

WHEN:  Sunday, March 25th, 10am-6pm

WHERE:  A gorgeous styled loft, Toronto

COST:  Registration details coming soon! Featuring two creative workshops and a Nurture Harvest Table catered lunch. Sign up for our newsletter to get first access to tickets.

WHO’S IT FOR?  Women Entrepreneurs, Creatives, Artists and Leaders, (and moms!) – those of you who have spent your time and energy investing in your businesses or creative projects and find yourself at the bottom of your own priority list. This is an offering for those of you who are feeling burnt out, isolated, lacking in community, in need of creative rejuvenation and inspiration, and a sense of connecting with yourself and your own spirit again.



The retreat was an incredible growing and bonding experience. It was most of all so relaxing, in a way that showed me that I needed to take more time for myself than I had even realized. I took a sense of peace home with me, along with memories of enriching conversations with women of all ages, backgrounds, and talents.

It was interesting and enlightening to be on such an open and even playing field with everyone, even though we had never met. I didn’t feel any significant age differences, even though I was the youngest. The retreat made me more conscious of self-care and helped me become more in tune with realizing when I am not being loving to myself. Oh it was so valuable to me. It really had a profound and lasting experience and I am so unbelievably grateful. 

Brittany, Writer