Renewal Retreat for Nurses (2-Day) 

 “Sacred space is a felt experience from the moment you arrive at Harmony Hill; then you meet the staff, eat the food, walk the labyrinths and go home energized with healing in the process.”  ~ Terry, RN

Join a community of nurses who embrace the value of self-care to sustain a caring presence and greater longevity in their practice all while earning 11.5 contact hours! Please note: Participants must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, or be exempted by their employer.

Relax and unwind in nature’s splendor and take this time to slow down, reset, and savor the sweeter moments of the season.  Harmony Hill is a sacred place where time moves a bit slower and life feels a little simpler.

We invite you to join us at Harmony Hill for a 2-day Renewal Retreat for Nurses where we offer you the opportunity to step out of the ordinary time into a safe and non-judgmental space where we can explore our own healing. As we meet with other nurses in a circle, we are called to speak with intention and listen with attention as we explore our own calling and the strengths and barriers to bring us to joy.

In our Renewal Retreats for Nurses, the participants will gather in a safe and supportive environment, on-site at the Harmony Hill campus. Nurses will have a time and place where they can step back, process what they’ve been through, and heal from any mental and emotional trauma. Our experienced facilitators, themselves healthcare professionals, will also teach participants specific tools for mental and emotional self-care, mindfulness, and how to respond nimbly and effectively to the situation presented by a particular moment. By providing nurses the opportunity to share their stories, connect with others, and learn specific skills for maintaining wellbeing, our programs will help them develop their individual mental and emotional resilience. Our retreats will also enhance participants’ ability to respond to the demands of their workplace quickly, mindfully, and intelligently, and, in so doing, will contribute to effective patient-centered care.

In between sessions you will have plenty of time to explore the breathtaking brilliance of Harmony Hill’s gardens, take a meditative walk in the labyrinth, hike the forest trails, or sit back and relax in peaceful tranquility overlooking the Hood Canal.

The culinary team at Harmony Hill makes the most of the region’s year-round bounty with locally sourced meals. They work closely with growers and shop local farmer’s markets to ensure that natural ingredients are always offered at the peak of freshness. Many dishes are seasoned with the chefs’ estate-grown herbs and the lavender plants growing around the property.  Adding to your culinary experience are our homemade breads and desserts that are made fresh daily by our in-house baker.

Retreat Goals

  1. Increased sense of wellbeing
  2. Increased awareness of the value of self-care
  3. Increased awareness of self-compassion as a foundation for self-care
  4. Reconnection of passion for service to prevent burnout
  5. Stress reduction as a component of resilience

RETREAT FACULTY

Linda Covert, RN BC-NC  
Linda has practiced nursing for five decades and has advocated for the health and wellbeing of nurses in her role as leader, mentor and educator. She is an experienced group facilitator and Integrative Nurse Coach.

Beth Light, MSN ARNP FNP-BC NC-BC
Beth is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and an Integrative Nurse Coach who has held various clinical, educational, leadership and mentorship nursing roles during her career.  She currently facilitates healing circles incorporating mindful self-compassion to foster self-healing.  With her wholehearted and compassionate approach, Beth inspires others to develop their inner wisdom, and guides them to empower themselves to make life-changing transformations.

Kathlene Tellgren, BS RN HN-BC BC-NC
Kathlene draws on decades of holistic practice in her role as leader, mentor and facilitator, and has led workshops, seminars and retreats for over 20 years. With compassion and intention, she honors sacred space that supports, informs and inspires others on their personal healing journey.

Denise Carrico, BFA, Certified Integral Yoga Teacher, CBC-Y
Denise has taught Yoga, meditation and the healing arts for over 30 years, helping people increase strength, resilience, and calm.

Cost: $750.00 Single Occupancy. Cost includes accommodations, meals, 11.5 CEUs, and programs.
All prices are per person.

This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 

Approved through 04/13/2023

Approval for contact hours through the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) is based on an assessment of the educational merit of this program and does not constitute endorsement of the use of any specific modality in the care of clients.

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Our Cancelation Policy (Only applies to Harmony Hill Sponsored Programs)

Cancellations 30 days or more prior to the event can receive a 100% refund. Cancellations 14-29 days prior to the event can receive a 50% refund. Cancellations less than two weeks prior to the event are non-refundable. All tuitions can be converted to a donation or transferred to another person at any time.

 

View CEU Agenda

November 7 @ 9:00 AM — November 8 @ 4:00 PM
9:00 am — 4:00 pm (31h)

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