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align & arise

What’s possible for you if you start believing God’s Truth about who you are?

This day retreat is designed to help you align what you believe about yourself with God’s Truth and empower you to stand up and walk into the life you were created for.

More retreats are coming in Fall 2023 and Spring 2024!

Email to get added to the interest list.

Another year, another mad dash to getting it all done...

What if next year were different? What if instead of saying things will change, you had a clearer picture for how you live the life you long for?


If you want next year to be your best one yet, I invite you to join me for Align & Arise at Havenly Farm in Fulshear, TX - a cozy setting that invites you to slow down, get intentional and make room for what really matters. At this retreat set in nature, we are going to reignite belief in ourselves and reconnect with what's possible for us. 


That includes talking about how you can begin to:

Sort what's True about you from what's not.

Trade perfectionism for possibility.

Identify your values, gifts and passions and put them into action.

Limit distractions and spend more time doing the things that really matter.

The event is designed to be intimate and interactive, therefore spots are limited. Grab yours now!

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Created with you in mind

This retreat has been carefully curated to allow you to have a relaxing and restorative experience all within typical business hours. So, get the kids out the door, set your "out of office," and get your wellness on!

2023 is the year of living as abundantly YOU!

Here's some of what you can expect at the Align & Arise retreat:


  • A visioning and goal setting workshop to help you build clarity and confidence for how you want to make the most of 2023

  • Delicious lunch prepared by a private chef

  • A soulful, full body stretch session

  • Special activity on grounding featuring horses Duster and Summer

  • Other fun elements to give you a day to remember


Cost: $299

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