This September, Dare to Detour presents its annual, four-day retreat for women, a transformative, experiential travel event designed to help women in all stages of life to take a detour from the endless cycle of the everyday, discover something new, and reconnect to a part of themselves that might have been set aside as the responsibilities of life took over.
Held on a 100-year old, family-owned Dude ranch in Montana, the Dare to Detour retreat immerses participants in the wild, raw nature of the big sky region and offers the chance to engage in ranch activities like horseback riding, hiking, and fishing. Participants are also invited to enjoy a series of workshops designed to help the women explore every aspect of their lives, from self-image, to mindfulness, health, creative practice, career, relationships, family, and more.
INSPIRING A DEEPER SENSE OF SELF—with Linda Lesem & Laura Riordan
2 day workshop that will guide you through self-discovery and help you identify what makes you truly happy, as well as provide you with a toolset to activate that part of your life more fully upon your return home.
CULTIVATING A CREATIVE PRACTICE—Two 2-day workshops
- “Shibori" with Kait Costanti - Learn an ancient Japanese fabric dying technique that produces beautiful natural patterns.
- "Journaling to Rewrite Your Story" with Monica Willis - Develop journaling exercises to help reframe how you see yourself and break free of any identity narratives that you may be stuck in.
REDEFINING BEAUTY WITH NICOLE GIANNI—2 day workshop
This workshop explores our relationship to beauty. You’ll develop strategies to change negative perspectives and beauty rituals to reinforce feeling beautiful and sexy in your own skin, every day!
PRACTICING MINDFUL MOVEMENT with Kate Murphy
Learn about foundation training, a movement and muscular development system that focuses on reducing back and joint pain caused by modern life.
Horseback Riding, Hiking, Fly Fishing
A series of surprise speakers and performers to make our campfire evenings epic.
More information: Dare to Detour