Brave Recovery Retreat in Glacier National Park
A Hiking Adventure for Sober and Sober-Curious Women – Sept 13-16, 2024
Join us on an epic adventure in Montana’s Glacier National Park. Together, we will wander through iconic mountain ranges, alpine meadows and glacial lakes, engage in thoughtful conversations and access profound states of inner calm in pristine wilderness surroundings.
This journey has been thoughtfully designed to incite self-discovery and inner revelations, while also deepening your connection to others and the natural world.
Our Retreat Home
This luxurious private home sits on 10 acres of wilderness in Whitefish, approximately 30 min driving distance from the West Entrance of Glacier National Park. There is plenty of shared indoor and outdoor living space including a hot tub to unwind in between hiking, yoga and meal times. Dinner will be prepared each evening by a private chef.
Meet Your Hosts
Mary is a certified Addiction Recovery Coach (IAPRC), Yoga & Meditation Teacher and International Retreat Leader. She is the founder of Sun & Moon Sober Living. Mary has been sober since April 27, 2013, and is passionate about helping others find freedom from alcohol and build fulfilling sober lives.
Carrie Nicole May
Carrie is a Nurse Practitioner and a Recovery Coach. She is the Founder of Chicago AF, her nonprofit sober community in Chicago which holds monthly social events and weekly support meetings. She is also the Founder of Brave, her boutique and adventure recovery coaching practice.
- 3 nights accommodation in a five-star luxury home
- 2 guided hikes in Glacier National Park
- Private excursions with transport
- Daily yoga & meditation classes (appropriate for all-levels – beginners welcome)
- 3 healthy, delicious meals per day
What’s Not Included?
- Flight costs
- Transportation to retreat space
The Nitty Gritty
The closest airport to Whitefish and Glacier National Park is the Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) located in Kalispell, MT.
This retreat is open to sober and sober-curious women. Our intention is to bring together a group with a shared interest in living alcohol-free. This retreat is not a replacement to addiction treatment and will not be suitable for those in active addiction.
You do not have to be an experienced hiker to join us, just a willingness to take it one step at a time. If you do have physical limitations or injuries, this is probably not the best retreat for you as it will be active.
Absolutely! We’ve created this experience in order to encourage connection and build community. Traveling solo is a great option to make new friends.
We do have limited availability for single rooms at an added price. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.