Hudson Valley Sacred Immersion

Housing Option

July 31st - Aug 4th 2019

October 30th from 10am-3pm

Since this will be full day, I will be bringing in a Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten-free chef to prepare a lunch.

If you have allergies I've got you covered!  

This Mini-Retreat will be held on 
Wednesday, October 30th from 10am-3pm
at my home in Croton-on-Hudson.

Address and additional details will be sent once you sign up.

The Mini Retreat will include the following:

10am Opening Ceremony/Calling in the Celtic Wheel/Altar Building

10:30am Sacred Tea/Meditation + Sharing Circle

12-1pm Yummy Vegetarian Lunch/Journaling time

1-2pm Song & Fire Ceremony

2-3pm Suprise Intention Setting Ceremony (You'll have to wait and see!)

Your Guide:

Rachel Jesien is a Seeress, Celtic Shamanic Priestess and Yogini dedicated to the healing of the Earth and all of Her inhabitants. Her spiritual transformation began with a 45 degree scoliotic curvature of her spine, which left her with a broken dance career and paralyzed with pain. Her suffering became a catalyst for transformation as she began studying the physical body in depth, and became an expert in the world of Yoga for Backcare & Scoliosis. As her physical body became more aligned, her psychic abilities opened up exponentially; a gift that had been long suppressed since childhood. She began studying Shamanism with Yukiko Amaya, long time apprentice of Don Miguel Ruiz, and was called in vision to visit Sacred sites across South America, Australia and Europe. In 2017, Rachel began her Priestess of  Goddess training in the Glastonbury Goddess spiralage. Rachel has since been guided to steward a piece of land in the Hudson River Valley, where she leads retreats, women's circles, and healing seminars each year. Her vision for reconnecting groups of women to the cycles of the moon and heartbeat of the Earth is of utmost importance. She now guides a global community in aligning body, mind and soul through spiritual mentoring and leading Goddess Centered healing ceremonies in the Avalonian tradition. To read more about Rachel's Story, click here.