Retreat leaders and retreat attendees: you’ve come to the right place to get all of your questions answered about your upcoming retreat weekend at Bliss Farm and Retreat! We invite you to use this information to help you pack, prepare, and plan.
Guests have been asking us for years to offer interior design and construction services. It’s always a high compliment when visitors want to model their own homes after the aesthetic we’ve created at Bliss Farm and Retreat. Finally, we're making it official and we’re thrilled to be taking the leap with the much anticipated Bliss Interiors and Design!
July at Bliss is…blissful. You can hear, see, smell, and taste the life all around us in the most delightful ways; the grounds and surrounding mountains are lush with greenness. The songbirds wake us up with sweet melodies, and the organic gardens are teeming with pollinators and bearing fruits. The flow of guests coming to Bliss Farm and Retreat to practice, relax, and to be present add to the fullness of our summer season.
With this year’s season entirely booked up (aside from one cancellation October 4-6*) and in full swing, we’re currently accepting reservations for 2020 group retreats. Our center becomes more “seasoned” with each year, and the enthusiasm from retreat leaders continues to grow in tandem with our amenities, offerings, and team.
This post is written by Frank King, co-founder of Bliss Farm and Retreat.
Recently, we hosted a special retreat weekend with a non-profit group close to our hearts. The retreat focused on healing for spouses who have been widowed as a result of veteran suicide. We’re honored to offer Bliss Farm and Retreat as a space for this cause and as a veteran of the Marines, the experience hit close to home and brought tears to my eyes.
The harshness of winter and early spring is the time of year when we’re most likely to be susceptible to the colds and flus that seem to be constantly “going around.” For that reason, we would love to offer the recipe for our beloved “Ninja Soup.” This is a great recipe to stimulate the immune system, nourish the soul, and simply produce a palpable coziness from the inside.
Sometimes the winter lasts longer than you ever thought possible. Here we are, in the last 2 official weeks of the season, and temps rise, then dip. Daffodils, snowdrops, and crocuses bravely reveal themselves only to be punished with frost. So how can you restore yourself during this time of transition, sometimes fraught with pain or bleakness?
The ancient mountains surrounding Bliss Farm & Retreat are famous for offering peace, restoration, and inspiration, making them the perfect backdrop for retreats facilitated here. If you have a vision to lead a retreat hugged by these mountains in a peaceful, holistic setting, our center may be the perfect fit.
At Bliss Farm and Retreat, we focus on creating a lifestyle that supports the totality of human health, placing equal value on physical, mental and emotional well-being. Scientific evidence and spiritual teachings across many cultures share a common truth when it comes to living optimally and healthfully: we cannot attain desirable physical health without also tending to our emotional and mental needs.
We knew we wanted to add more cabins to our property from the moments we founded Bliss Farm & Retreat and began offering peaceful, nourishing experiences to our guests. In 2016, our dreams of creating a retreat center came true after meticulous planning, farming, studying, and building. Now in our 2nd successful year, we could not be more thrilled to expand the accommodations at Bliss Farm & Retreat with Bali Bliss, our newest guest cabin!