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Women In Motion 

Near Eureka Springs, AR

Oct 24 - 27, 2019


Photos: AR Nature Conservancy


Join a group of like-minded women for four days and three nights of movement, creativity, and wellness. This retreat is for women of all ages. It is a time to learn about, and experience, movement in the body, mind, and heart. Take advantage of this intimate setting to renew and rejuvenate. 


When: October 24-27, 2019

What: A retreat for women who want to move, laugh, relax, be inspired, find new friendships and be invigorated!

Where: Near Eureka Springs, AR.


Included In Your Retreat

  • Daily Tai Chi lessons for beginners

  • Morning "Awakening of the Senses," and breath work

  • Trail walks through the private acreage

  • Workshops

  • Personal time for quiet reflection, meditation, and journaling

  • Bonfires

  • Special activities in Eureka Springs

  • Fresh vegetarian meals prepared daily (NOTE: if you have dietary restrictions or allergies, be sure to contact us before registering to make sure we can accommodate). 


While daily activities will be available to you, you will not be obligated to join in anything. This will be your time. The priority is to do whatever you need to do to go home feeling inspired and refreshed!

PRICE IS ALL INCLUSIVE: $750 (paid by check)

$772 (paid electronically)


Cancellation policy

$125 deposit to reserve your spot
100% refund - If canceled by August 31
  50% refund - If canceled by September 30
    0% refund - If canceled after October 1



This historic deckhouse, secluded on a bluff overlooking the Kings River Valley, was built as a retreat by the Liedtke family of Houston in 1970. Complementing the deckhouse are two updated bungalows nestled in the woods on either side of the main lodge. All accommodations include modern amenities but maintain their original charm.


This secluded retreat is nestled amongst a vast forest area, high above the King's River. Sit and enjoy the view from the deck (you may even be lucky to watch the bald eagles soar around the area), or follow the trail from the main house to wander through the trees. Owned by the Arkansas Nature Conservancy, this beautiful lodge supports the Nature Conservancy's ongoing conservation efforts of the King's River.

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Rooms are shared with two women per room and one bathroom per room.

Bring a friend or look forward to having a roommate who may turn out to be a new life-long friend!.

If you have a roommate request, please send that with your registration.

4 rooms are in the main house, 4 are in the separate bungalows (pictured above).


Cina Canada

Cina is the Founder and Director of the Human Picture Initiative and the host of the Women In Motion Retreat. 

Katie Baker

Katie is the owner and head chef at the Gracious Plate. She works directly with farmers and providers and knows exactly what is in each and every ingredient she uses. She never uses unhealthy oils, additives, preservatives, or extra sugar. Katie and her husband have first-hand experience with food allergies and sensitivities, so she can accommodate a variety of special diets.

Sharon Beckham & Pam Wheat

Sharon and Pam of Inspiring Shifts attended the 2016 Women In Motion Retreat in Crestone, Colorado and their lives were forever changed. Just one month after the retreat, they were given a unique opportunity to return to Colorado and learn about the transformative work of facilitating personal growth and healing through the guidance of horses. They both picked up from their hometown of Springfield, MO and moved out west to explore and participate in this new pursuit. In 2018, they were compelled to bring this practice home. They now support people in finding their own powerful life shifts and outcomes through equine healing principles, energy work, and other holistic practices. Their services include private and co-facilitated sessions with both individuals and groups.

Amy Bingham

Amy is an artist and entrepreneur. Together with her husband and daughter, Amy lives in rural Missouri, managing the family construction business while simultaneously heading up the creative interior design and decorating. You can often find her and her daughter creating together in their home studio.

Rebekah Clark

Rebekah is a Master Massage Therapist, State Licensed in Arkansas, as well as Nationally Board Certified. She is a Sound Therapist and also trained in Music Therapy. For years she has studied and explored paths of healing and has presented workshops for numerous organizations. She offers her clients excellent massage therapy, mixed with energy work, as desired, using sound as her primary tool for the energy work. She also uses tuning forks, singing bowls, voice and more. Her work facilitates creating the space for healing through multiple approaches which include: CranioSacral Therapy, Sound Therapy, Ashiatsu Barefoot Bodywork, Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy, Therapeutic Massage, Reiki, Ear Candling, Hot or Cold Stone Therapies, and Foot Reflexology.

Lorna Trigg

Lorna Trigg is an enthusiastic consultant and motivational facilitator specializing in developing an awareness of indigenous culture, the function of ancient belief systems, and the connection with today’s communities and societies. Her professional artistic and teaching career developed at an early age while growing up in southern Africa, among Zulu, Xhosa, Tswana, and Swazi tribal people. Lorna’s life experiences and energy are reflected in her multimedia creations which include a multitude of collective talents in jewelry design, sculptural and functional clay forms, and ritual drums and rattles. She now operates the Fire Om Earth Studio in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. 

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