Conference Retreat for HealthCare Providers
April 20-27, 2024 SOLD OUT
If you work in healthcare, you work your tail off. You are invited to join your peers to rejuvenate, fortify, and heal. This is a time for YOU to feel cared for rather than being the caregiver.
This retreat is facilitated by former ER providers, Heather Sweeney, MSN, RN, CEN (CEP #17861) and Amy Ponteri, LPC, LCAT, ATR-BC. Through supportive and restorative activities such as yoga, art, mindfulness, time in nature, and learning, our goal is for you to feel nurtured and connected. You will leave this week with new tools, new connections, and a rekindled sense of purpose.
Course approved by the California Nursing Board and the National Association of Social Workers. For detailed information about Learning Objectives, click here.
You will be immersed in and nurtured by nature.
Spend a week in beautiful Chacala, Mexico at Mar De Jade Wellness Resort.
This conference retreat is meant for relaxation, restoration, and healing, so that you can care for your patients from a connected and authentic place.
SOLD OUT - Waitlist only
Lodging for 7 nights
Twice daily yoga classes
3 organic meals/day with all produce sustainably and locally grown at community partner El Rancho Farm
Up to 24 CEs (pending approval from the National Association of Social Workers and California Nursing Board)
Ample free time
Optional group hiking excursion
Airport shuttle to/from Puerto Vallarta on 4/20 + 4/27
Please ask how to reduce fees and use venmo instead of paypal to keep costs lower.
Snorkeling / kayaking / whale watching / surfing lessons
Eco-excursions to nearby towns + traditional markets
Tours of community partners - El Rancho Farm + El Jardin school
Airport shuttle on alternate days
Ocean Room Garden Room Guest
Single $3550 per person Single $3250 pp Single $2885 pp
Double $2675 pp Double $2550 pp Double $2265 pp
Triple $2370 pp Triple $2265 pp Triple $2095 pp
Women's Dorm Room $1800 pp
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Our mission is to connect, inspire, and educate healthcare providers to nurture their own well-being, ultimately motivating individual, community, and systemic healing.