The Gathering Retreat
This retreat gave me power of using words to change my life instead of letting just life happen. I learned I could change my whole perspective just by how I changed my thoughts. I also loved connecting with people who want to learn the same.
Being with other women to connect, relate, be vulnerable, talk, and become friends was one of my favorite things about The Gathering Retreat. I loved being able to be in the outdoors and feel the connection to nature. The silent walk was really powerful for me because I felt like I got to experience the sky and the birds and being in my body. I loved late nights in the hot tub talking, becoming close and feeling valued for who I am as an individual.
There's a lot of self-awareness that you can learn at this retreat. I thought I knew myself, but I learned things that I had no idea of. Like this bothered me or that I was carrying this particular baggage. It was very healing. I loved it!
Every woman I know - young and old - should come to this retreat. Becky is very engaging. She's laid back but she has a mission and a purpose and you feel the love coming from her. If you want to refresh, rejuvenate, step back and get curious about the thoughts you think and how you feel, come and you'll go "oh I have the power to change that means I can change anything in my life"This could set a trajectory for my whole life. It's empowering!
I came here a stranger to all but one of these women and now I'm leaving as best friends. The sisterhood that was created was deep and emotional and strong. Becky’s workshops opened the door to communication between women in a way that really helped heal and grow and create.
I was really worried about coming because I'd never been to a retreat, but I loved the connections that I made. When I got here everybody was so welcoming and the connections that I made with every single person were amazing. I feel like I have new best friends for life.
If you are looking to make positive changes in a simple way this is a place for you.
I loved the sisterhood at the retreat. The non-judgmental atmosphere and the food was great. It was a comfortable space and I loved all the activities. I connected with myself and others but specifically with myself and I realized it's OK to love myself it's OK to want good things for myself.
I didn't come to the retreat with great expectations. I thought I was just going to enjoy a fun weekend with my daughter, but I learned things about myself that I did not know before and I gained insights. Becky helped me move from I was to see where I could be and gave me tools to help me to navigate that. I loved it I was surprised it was so great.
I would recommend you come to the retreat so you can experience "AH-HAS!" like ways to look at yourself in a different way by changing the words you are saying to yourself so you can overcome limiting beliefs and have the life you want to create. I love that Becky says, you can create whatever you want with the words that you put on every day!
There is power in community and power in hearing other people’s perspectives and journeys and focusing on the love that is being expressed and the message that's being taught from a variety of experts. I highly recommend coming! You'll get awesome content in a short period of time and make lifelong friends.
This was a full experience for me mentally definitely great speeches discussions a lot of thought downloads. I had opportunities and quiet time to myself to journal to take a nap. We had the best food ever with the chef providing all the food. I feel like I've made friends for life with very similar hearted women. I feel like I found some more of my tribe of people I'm going to connect with the rest of my life.
Come to the retreat to clean up the thoughts you have that you've learned unintentionally - the negative thoughts about yourself in your lives . You can make your life moving forward so much more peaceful and happy.
I love Becky's ability to get your mind thinking, get the wheels turning and really have you look inward to take a look at what you're thinking, speaking, and feeling. I also enjoy Becky's ability to take universal truths and break them down into a very relatable story form.