A 4 day & 3 night all women’s retreat on the beautiful coast of North Carolina, nestled in a private home along the intracoastal waterway.
Are you ready to reconnect to the earth
& sacred feminine?
Lean into the support of conscious commUNITY.
The art of gathering as women is intrinsic & primal.
For hundreds of thousands of years, Women have gathered ceremoniously to collect herbs & flowers from the earth, they grew food, made medicine, danced beneath the moon, sang medicine songs around a bonfire, supported one another, and moved to the rhythms of Mother nature.
Reawaken the essential nature that lies within.
Remember your natural state as wild, free, and primal.
Reconnect to your true self and a tribe of empowered women.
Revive ancient forms of connection to Self, each other, and Mother Earth.
Rest and Rejuvenate so that you can invite in a greater sense of balance & harmony.
a process of restoring our inner landscape and lifestyle to a more primal and natural state.
The retreat at a glance
This retreat is a time to Rewild ourselves back to the rhythm of our true nature. Together we will reignite the sacred feminine within. We will return to the natural cycles of reciprocity as we learn to slow down, rest, and restore as nature teaches us. We will heal our relationship with other women to remember the ancient, communal, wild ways of our being. And most importantly, we will have FUN doing so!!
We'll gather together at a private home on the NC coast, nestled along the intracoastal waterway. Surrounded by the powerful element of water we'll connect to the Divine Feminine.
As a fully immersive wellness experience, all meals are included. We believe that food is medicine & seeks to live in complete harmony with nature. Meals are locally sourced, organic, seasonal & plant based.
Daily yoga, meditation, mantra, pranayama, & philosophy that guides the seeker into their innate wholeness through connecting the physical, energetic, mental, emotional, & spiritual layers of our being.
Guided nature experience and opportunity to connect to the sacred land to recognize the abundance, beauty, & divinity within you and surrounding you.
Sacred Feminine Practices
Transformational experiences to return to our wild feminine nature through singing, Kirtan, ecstatic dance, and cacao ceremonies.. Opportunities to connect to the sacred land. Purposeful time for reflection, integration, & relaxation.
Never underestimate the power of being seen. Together, we will build conscious community & soul connections that last beyond the retreat. While each of us are unique in our own way, we realize that we have more in common than we do in different & that we are so much stronger together than we are divided.
Gather as a sacred sisterhood!
Still to this day, we each carry a biological need to have a sense of belonging to a tribe, a circle, a sisterhood. Yet, somewhere along the way, women have forgotten their most basic need for connection to other women and the natural world around them.
So many women have been taught to compete, judge, isolate and even fear one another, depriving them of their ability to receive the support, nurturance, and love that they so generously share with the world. Even more, many women have been conditioned to feel guilty for this receiving.
Learn to receive as easily as you give!
Further, women have even been forced to subscribe to a hyper yang, 24 hour paradigm that, quite frankly, does not serve women’s sacred connection to cycles of the moon. Their worth, often equated to productivity and how much they are able to give to their families.
Getting stuck in cycles of giving without receiving has created a highly imbalanced system that serves but a few.
in this all inclusive experience:
4 day/ 3 night stay in beach house in Holden Beach along the intracoastal waterway
Daily Yoga, Breath-work, and Meditation practices
3 local, organic, & seasonal plant based meals per day (dietary restrictions accommodated)
Workshops and transformational experiences that connect to the Sacred Feminine
Fall Equinox & New Moon Ceremony
Music, kirtan, and ecstatic dance
Ayurvedic Cooking Class
Opportunities to connect to the sacred land
Purposeful time for reflection, integration, and relaxation
Group Nature Excursion
Large Common area, kitchen, & porches
What’s Not Included:
Transportation to and from the retreat location (we will compile a list of all of those who might wish to carpool
Any meals outside of AmateCamp
Silent mornings from waking until 9:00am
7:00 - 8:30 AM : Morning Sadhana, journaling
10:00 - 1:00 PM: Connecting with Nature and free time
2:00 - 3:30 PM : Free time
3:30 - 5:30 PM: Afternoon Activity
6:00 PM: Dinner
7:00 - 8:30 PM: Evening Ceremony or Restorative Practice
Typical Daily Schedule
(subject to change)
We believe that living in complete harmony with nature should be translated across all of our actions, thoughts and words. We are proud to be 100% vegan, ensuring that no animal life is hurt in the process of making your dishes. Our meals will be made from fruits, vegetables, seed, ferments and spices.
Meet Your Guides
Jot Anant draws upon her diverse education in Akhanda Yoga, Intuitive Yin Yoga, Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga for PTSD & TBI, Kirtan, Yoga Philosophy, Pranayama, and Thai Yoga Bodywork to create a safe space in which students can explore the depth of their being, create a stronger relationship with Self, drop deeper into gratitude, and use their own intuition to support expansion and transformation.
By artfully weaving together science and sacred, she invites deep inquiry and tapping into your own innate wisdom to empower students to decondition their minds by reawakening to the incredible power that resides within their hearts. It is this deep introspection that has the capacity to bring about healing and transformation in the World, one practitioner at a time.
As a devoted karma and bhakti yogini, Jot Anant is humbled by the opportunity to support students in their individual journey, and to shine a light on the importance of bringing mindfulness into action, taking what we learn from our time on the mat out into the unique ways that we interact with each other and the World.
As a lover of life and seeker of wisdom Jot Anant continues to deepen her own spiritual practice through seva and self-study, and by remaining an eager and open hearted student of life, striving to walk through the world lightly with grace, humor, and purpose.
Ashley has been a practitioner and student of yoga for 18 years! Her deep love for yoga, nature, and travel inspired her to study yoga on permaculture farm in the heart of the Costa Rican jungle for her 200 YTT under Akhanda Shakti Yoga, and her 300 YTT in Rishikesh, India under Yogrishi Vishvektu, himalayan master and founder of Akhanda Yoga. She has continued her education in Indigenous Rights, Social Advocacy, Womb Sciences, Neuroscultping, Trauma Informed Practices, Sacred Ceremony, and Intuitive Yin Yoga.
It was in her trainings and self study that she realized one of the greatest disconnects of humanity to be a submission of personal power to external forces which often lead to loss of identity, manipulation, victimization and social control. She vowed to walk the path of reclamation of personal power through: understanding the nervous system and the effect that our thoughts have on our physiology; movement as a path to health and well-being; herbalism and connecting to sacred plant medicine; honoring the cycles of nature both within our inner and outer world; subtle body awareness to unravel the many dimensions of Being; farming and how to live harmoniously from the land; and, various forms of psychosomatic therapies to release trauma from the body and reprogram thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. It is her passion to support individuals the freedom to express their most enlivened, abundant, and empowered Truth with the world.