Looking for a remarkable experience? Try an experiential adventure or retreat!


A glorious chance to step away from the day-to-day activities of a busy woman and have a chance to relax, recharge and renew. Beautiful healthy food, yoga for all levels, a big canoe adventure, try your hand at custom blended oils during the aromatherapy workshops and pamper yourself with massage and other treatments.

There are four sessions in 2020: May 7 – 10; May 28 – 31 and September 17 – 20 and October 1 – 3. They are all timed to the VIA Rail schedule. These are extremely fun!


Designed for you to do as much or as little as you like. Scrumptious meals and accommodation provided. There are optional day trips, like bear watching in the spring and whale watching in the fall along with our favourite adventure – getting out in the jet boats to explore interesting places and fabulous scenery. Both Relax Retreats roll into the Rejuvenation Retreat for a longer getaway. Highly recommend doing both! 2020 Dates are May 25 – 28 and September 14 – 17.

ECOLOGY WEEK – June 2 – 10, 2020:
A fabulous week of adventure and exploration on BC’s beautiful North Coast. Nestled in the estuary of the Skeena River, the Cassiar Cannery is a place rich in natural biodiversity and cultural history. Estuaries, where fresh water meets the ocean, creates a rare and special ecosystem. A hotbed of activity in both the marine and terrestrial habitats that lines its shores, join us for a week of diverse exploration and discovery around the North Coast with leaders in their field. Only 9 participants per session.

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 2020 – April 14 – May 3 and October 9 – 19, 2020:
In partnership with the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council, we are pleased to host our second year of our Artist-in-Residence Program. We host two per year with the long residency intended for professional artists with formal training or the equivalent experience and recognition among their peers. The short residency is open to emerging and established artists living and working in Northern British Columbia only.