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Welcome to your retreat info page!

I am looking forward to our time of connecting, relaxing and growing together. Below you will find some guidelines from Westerbeke Ranch a packing list, and other info to help you make the best of the weekend. Please note, arrival and registration on Friday is 5:00-6:00pm and departure on Sunday is 2:30pm.  

Love,

Vanessa

 

Location

Westerbeke Ranch

2300 Grove Street

Sonoma, CA 95476 US

 
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Guest Forms

Please be sure to review the ranch's guidelines before you arrive on the property

Guidelines for Ranch Guests

Driving Directions

Ranch Map

 

Items to Bring:

Clothing

Layers for chilly evenings

Comfortable clothing
Sturdy shoes (uneven rustic paths)
Rain jacket or umbrella
Swimsuit and flip-flops for swimming pool and hot tub

Extra pool towel

Outdoors

Small flashlight
Insect Repellent
Sunscreen/Sunglasses/Hat

Activities

Pen and small notebook
Calendars and Planners
Floor mat/blanket/bolsters/pillows for Saturday's sound bath concert

Personal

Water bottle

Ear plugs
Small tote bag
Light blanket if you get cold easily

Unscented personal products

 

Program Topics

Once we unwind and settle in, we'll start you on the next steps toward EMOTIONAL MASTERY.  In your sessions you will learn how to...

  • Cultivate more calm... so that you have strategies in place that help you keep your cool during challenging moments and stay connected with the adults and kids in your life with more energy and hope.

  • Soothe tough emotions... so that you can deescalate situations to a calmer level where you can work toward higher learning and developmental goals. 

  • Foster your child's self-awareness and self-regulation... so that you can experience more success coaching your child with kid-tested, research-tested tools for self-regulation and co-regulation, and empower them with strategies they can use for the years to come.

  • Navigate big emotions... including meltdowns, tantrums, and power struggles... so that you can have the kind of relationship where, as teenagers, your kids come to you with their big feelings and harder problems because you share mutual respect and trust.

  • Repair after a heated conflict... so that you can maintain a positive relationship and find the learning opportunities in disagreements and power struggles.