NATURE THERAPY RETREAT
Children of the Sea
a retreat on wild beaches
living for a few days outdoors at the sea.
coming back to the essentials.
sleeping under the stars.
cooking on the open fire.
nomadic-like moving through spaces.
being in contact with nature, the landscape & the elements.
being in contact with yourself.
making healing experiences.
a journey that can be different for everyone.
remembering and connecting.
a space for
what wants to be seen,
what wants to be looked at,
what wants to be let go off.
2 nights in a hotel &
4 nights outdoor on different wild beaches
sleeping outdoor with just a tarp directly at the sea
cooking on the open fire
Connecting with nature, yourself & others
Diving deeper into what's there, plus 1:1 guidance
Sharing & experiencing in a safe space
"If something very bad happens in our life a soul can split. Olivia helped me to put these pieces back together and to remember what counts in life.
It was amazing to see and especially to feel how powerful and peaceful at the same time Olivia's charisma is and how she affected our group with her mindset. What she's managing is not just working good, it just takes your breath away.
I can really recommend to everyone to do that retreat, doesn't matter who you are and where you come from. Olivia will manage it, that everyone will feel free, comfortable and loved."
~ Vivian, 34
Book your spot
Max. 8 people
new dates soon
*Payment by instalment possible
2 nights in a hotel at the sea /w breakfast (the first and the last night)
4 nights on different wild beaches outdoor (we are moving by car from beach to beach and walk max. 1 hour with backpacks)
all group materials (for cooking, fire, etc.)
transportation by car from place to place
all meals that we cook
What's not included:
What are the pillars of this retreat?
connecting with your outer & inner nature
going on a journey to ourselves
tapping into this deeper knowing & wisdom within
acknowledging what’s there
being in community
being integrated into the whole.
cooking together as an essential part
as a deeply rooted practice of togetherness
cooking and eating together as the most elementary form of sharing
everything takes as much time as it needs.
letting ourselves be guided by the natural flow.
being open to what is crossing our path.
enough time for yourself.
Who is guiding this retreat?
Hi. I’m Olivia and I’m looking forward already to accompany you and the group on this very special journey. I’m a systemic nature therapist. My vision is to help you to connect with your inner and outer nature. There is so much to discover out there – especially about ourselves. I’m aiming to support and guide you through your discoveries based on your own personal perspective.
What do I need to bring?
backpack (ideally 70L, for your personal things & group equipment)
tarp & ropes (no tent)
sleeping bag & sleeping mat
cutlery, plate or bowl & water bottle
suitable clothes (as little as possible)
lighter or matches
toiletries & toilet paper
> Here you can find out more about the things you need to sleep outside without a tent.
*Please ask me if anything is unclear.
How do I get there?
The closest airport is Athens International Airport.
We'll meet at a hotel on the first day of the retreat, in Epidaurus on the Peloponnese peninsula. It's a 1:30h ride from Athens. We can build car pools from Athens or you can get there by public transport as well.
You can plan your flights back on thhe last day of the retreat. The official retreat closure happens on the last evening that we spend together.