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redefining "weekend with the girls"


When is the last time you took a "trip with the girls"?

Did you feel refreshed and renewed after?

Was your bond stronger?

Did you make friends with other like minded strangers?

Did you feel empowered and ready to go back to "real life"

We are redefining "weekend with the girls" into a conscious gathering of women, not escaping their reality,
but weaving a new one!

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Girls Trip!

Seven Springs Retreat Center
October 20 - 23, 2022

Join us on a retreat into nature remembering the beauty, softness, and strength in the Divine Feminine & Sisterhood


If the thought of spending time with a group of women gives you the 'ick'

If you automatically think it'll be too 'catty'

If there is something inside that is resisting and rejecting

.... You may have a "sister wound" and it is spaces like this that help to heal that wound!

Some of the magic you will experience:

  • Daily meditation & Pranayama

  • Yoga in the beautiful outdoor shala

  • Freshly prepared meals

  • Cacao Ceremony

  • Fire Ceremony

  • Workshop on Releasing Trapped Emotions

  • Guided Nature Hike

  • Sacred Sister Circle

  • 126 acres of forest and natural springs!

  • Sound meditation

  • Energy Clearing

  • more!



Shared Yurt

If you book before 8/30


Private Yurt

If you book before 8/30

50% Deposit Required to reserve your spot. Be sure to include your Full Name, email, shared or private yurt & "Girls Trip 10/20" in the notes section of payment

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Seven Springs is a retreat center featuring seven natural springs on 126 acres of private land in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The land is some of the most ecologically diverse in the country. The high elevations of the Smoky Mountains are a temperate rain forest with over 17,000 species of plants and animals. The incredible biodiversity of the region adds to the abundant richness of Seven Springs. 

I am so excited to be spending time in this enchanted forest with YOU!

How to Get Here:

  • Flying:

    • The nearest airport is the Knoxville International Airport, TYS.

    • The airport is actually located in Alcoa and only about 25 minutes from Seven Springs.

      • You can take Uber or a Taxi to the center

    • You may also look into flying into the Atlanta International Airport and taking the bus or renting a car to drive to Seven Springs.

      • The Atlanta airport is about a four hour drive. Nashville offers additional airlines and the airport is about a three hour drive (and in central time zone).

  • Driving: 

    • Only Use Google Maps or Waze (very important!) 
      Route to 125 Sweet Hollow Way Maryville, TN 37803 

      We recommend coming in via Montvale Road, State Route 336. From Maryville, travel 6.5 miles south on Montvale Road, turn left on Old Piney Road (there is a ProSign shop on your right). Travel 1.1 mile and take your second left onto Galyon Rd. Travel 4/10 of a mile and you will see a large blue mailbox with 120 Sweet Hollow Way sign on top (this is next to 1344 Galyon Rd address and mailbox). Turn left immediately after the blue mailbox onto our gravel driveway and follow the signs to the YURTS. You may drive to your yurt or camping space to unload, and you will then return to park your vehicle in our parking area. 

Learn More about Seven Springs:

Life at Seven Springs is close to the land. This comes with a few guideslines in order to stay in harmony with nature. Leave No Trace: We live close to the land at Seven Springs, so please act accordingly. Be sure to dispose of waste in the appropriate recycling or compost bin. In general, please be aware of what you are consuming to limit the waste it produces! Disconnect to Reconnect! There is no wifi access on Seven Springs. Take time to connect with the surrounding plants and trees and most of all with yourself. Land: Please stay on the paths, we are battling fire ants so stay away from the flags or if you see small piles of fine dirt. We live close to the land at Seven Springs, so please act accordingly. Be sure to dispose of waste in the appropriate recycling or compost bin. In general, please be aware of what you are consuming to limit the waste it produces! Respect for Wildlife and Plants: As we are sharing this home with the wildlife, we ask that you tread softly on the earth. There are bears in our area along with other animals so please give them their space! Poison/Sister Ivy: Leaves of three, let it be! We suggest that when you shower, scrub all exposed areas well. You have up to two hours to remove the oils before they cause the itchy reaction on your skin. If you’re particularly allergic, consider using a Jewel Weed salve. We have some for emergencies in our first aid kit. Jewel Weed oil is a natural counter to sister ivy. In nature they grow next to each other representing a beautiful symbiotic relationship. Yurts: Please take off your shoes when entering the yurts. We do have critters (mostly raccoons and field mice) so it’s essential to put any food in the fridge and/or cabinets. There are extra blankets in each yurt if you need. Please turn off your lights when you leave your yurt. Dishes: At meal time, please clean your own bowl and eating items at our washing station. There are five steps in this system: First scrape off the food particles in the compost bin, Second scrub with natural soap, Third dip in water to rinse, Fourth soak for a few seconds in vinegar to sterilize. Finally, place your items on the drying rack. Karma: We like to practice small offerings of karma (selfless service) during your experience at Seven Springs. Please treat the space as if it were your own. This is a family-style retreat center, and we hope that each person that comes leaves their positive energy and a clean space!

Frequently Asked Questions about Seven Springs Retreat Center Is there electricity in the yurts? yes! Each yurt has lighting as well as plugs to charge your devices. If you are in a glamping tent or camping tent, we have plugs for you to use in the dining area. ​Is there AC in the yurts? There are fans in the yurts and no AC. Between the fans, windows, and center skylight there is nice airflow in the yurts. In the heat of the day in the summertime, we find it is best spent outside beneath the trees. We do ask you to turn off your fans during the day while out of the yurt for energy conservation. Are there vegan/gluton free options for the meals? Yes! All our meals are vegetarian/vegan with gluton free options. We can also cater to other dietary needs. Read more about our meal options here. What is the weather like? This is a hard one these days! Often, April and October months are warm in the daytime with bright blue beautiful skies and cooler evenings and at night. We make sure there are plenty of blankets in each yurt. May and September are temperate. June-Aug can be hot and humid. This all seems to change each year, so we recommend bringing layers for all weather and of course rain gear. What are the bathrooms like? Our bathrooms are centrally located, with two stalls with flushing toilets and two sinks with large mirrors. We also have two large hot water showers with private changing space in each.

What Will a Day Look Like?

Day Itinerary Example:

6:30a : Wake Up Call

7:00a : Pranayama & Yoga

8:30a : Meditation/ Check in circle

9:00a : Breakfast

10:00a : Creative Free Flow

11:00a : Guided Nature Walk

1:30p : Lunch

2:30p : Creative Free Flow

5:30p : Sacred Sisters Cacao Circle

7:00p : Dinner

8:00p : Fire Ceremony

(Schedule subject to change based on Divine Feminine guidance & flow)


Are you ready to take a trip with the Girls?! Book your Spot today! 

Payment Plans are available. Please email me directly for info on installments (

Payments also accepted via Zelle and Venmo.

Interested by have additional questions? Email me! 

Cancellation Policy:

Full refund provided for cancellations 60 days prior

50% refund provided for cancellations 30 days prior

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