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Spring Renewal

Day Retreat

in Suisun, California


Saturday, April 15



Your personalized retreat is waiting for you just a hop, skip and jump away from the city! Restore and replenish your essential self by bringing a question, completing a self-guided card reading and having the space to reflect and reintegrate the answers you receive.  Plant a seed and manifest its growth with the growing light of Spring!


This retreat will give you time to connect once again to your creative and adventurous self. You will emerge with fresh perspectives and meaningful insights concerning current life questions. Solace and inspiration will come from the surrounding landscape of the beautiful water-front district of Old Town Suisun. The 1901 Rock&Rose Victorian House is a cozy craftsman estate walking distance from the train, and an hour's drive from San Francisco. Amenities include personal work spaces, a yoga/movement room, an art room and a hot tub! 

      Day Retreat Includes:

  • Instruction for a self-guided card reading 

  • Time for art, writing & reflection 

  • Guided Nature Walk

  • Snacks & a Tasty Vegetarian Lunch 

  •  Optional Wine Tasting in Suisun Valley at end of day

Who is this Retreat for? 

This retreat is for people who identify as women seeking to renew, restore, and

reflect on their life's path and purpose, or a question concerning their current life.


Add on a stay before or after the day retreat for just an additional

$99/night! Space is limited, book early to claim your preferred room! 

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"Cyndera is a terrific host and guide throughout the whole weekend. There is plenty of space for what ever your needs are; playing music, making art, reading, writing, napping. Oh and don't pass up the offer of the hot tub or neighborhood walk. I left the weekend with the tools I needed to make a change in the way I interacted with the stories I told to myself and to other people."

~Kirsten Hove
San Francisco, Ca

"Attending the Story Through Stone retreat was exactly what I needed to get to know myself again."

Bay Area business owner
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