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Songs of the Wild: Forest Bathing & Sacred Sound Immersion

Join Carrie Grossman, devotional singer, and Tam Willey, Forest Therapy Guide, for a daylong journey into the wild landscape of the heart. During this retreat, we will explore the magic that’s possible when we slow down and open the door to reciprocity with the more-than-human world. What songs does the wind offer—or the trees, the creeks, and the clouds? What is your song? Through a guided forest therapy walk, meditation, sound healing, and sacred rest, we will sit with these questions and find our place of belonging in nature—and in ourselves.

This retreat will take place at beautiful Mettabee Farm in Upstate New York. Tea, snacks, and a wholesome vegetarian lunch will be provided.

guided meditation
chanting and sacred sound practices
deep rest
forest therapy walk
restorative time in nature
sharing circle
a nourishing, vegetarian lunch

$100 /person
$25 Deposit holds your spot

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Carrie Grossman is a devotional singer, composer, and lifelong student of the mystical traditions. For over 20 years, she has studied the art of sacred sound, guiding people into the sublime realms of the heart through her concerts, workshops, and retreats. Her acclaimed albums include Soma-Bandhu: Friend of the Moon, The Ram Sessions, Pranam, and Dayā (forthcoming).

Tam Willey is a Forest Therapy Guide and Mentor, certified with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs. Tam believes the practice of Forest Therapy can deepen and broaden our relationships by supporting our re-membering that we are not simply in relationship with nature but rather that we are nature. Tam has extensive mentoring experience serving LGBTQ Folks through BAGLY, The Theater Offensive’s True Colors, and The Venture Out Project.

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