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Roam & Restore | Spring Wellness Weekend

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Roam & Restore | Wellness Weekend in the Wild

2022 Dates TBD

“I go to nature to be soothed, healed and have my senses put in order.”~ John Burroughs

Roam free like our horse herd across 10 square miles of mountains, forests, valley and streams – embarking on a recuperative journey to counteract the emotional and physical stressors that have become part of pandemic life. During our inaugural Roam & Restore Wellness Weekend, we’ll delve deep into the restorative powers of nature, guided by wellness experts who have made the study of nature’s bounty their life’s work (see below for bios).

Start each morning sipping tea in your accommodation nestled in our diverse eco-system. Over the long weekend, learn to forage for medicinal plants, root down with daily yoga and retune your senses with Shinrin-yoku, guided journaling and meditation. Relax into ranch life contented with farm-to-table meals and the sublime touch of Granite Spa massage, before falling asleep to the sound of birdsong as you employ new Yoga Nidra sleep techniques.

Explore our five mountain peaks on dozens of included activities, from horseback riding to cross-country biking to hiking. Join us as we harness Montana’s powerful spring landscape as a tool for regrounding, reconnecting and reviving our wellbeing.

Customized itineraries are crafted for all guests, including travel companions who wish to enjoy our other included signature experiences or in place of wellness experiences.

Inquire Now or call 1-877-786-1545 Sample Itinerary

  • Wellness Inclusions
  • Weekend Details
  • Custom itineraries and twice-daily activities
  • Daily yoga
  • Daily guided journaling with provided materials
  • 1 60-minute restorative massage per person
  • Tea blending instruction by The Ranch’s certified herbalist
  • Daily wellness amenities
  • Farm-to-table, multi-course dinners, fully customizable to your dietary restrictions

Please note that all events are subject to change due to safety and social distancing. Multiple classes are available each morning and afternoon to ensure small class sizes and safe distancing.

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  • Rates start at $1,800 per accommodation, per night, based on standard occupancy, plus 20% Ranch Fee.
  • Minimum three-night stay, based on availability.
  • Standard RC Inclusions: luxury accommodations; all meals; premium wine, beer, spirits and other beverages; a selection of gear and on-ranch activities; round-trip transportation facilitated to and from Missoula and Butte airports upon request.

Sample Itinerary

Our Ranch Ambassadors customize all itineraries to meet schedule changes, personal preferences, ability levels and needs.

Instructors

Yoga & Meditation Instructor
Mary Ferrari

Meditation and Yoga Instructor Mary Ferrari

Mary has a grand affinity for the natural world and believes that strengthening our connection with nature offers a profound source of healing. Through the use of her certifications in yoga, herbalism and permaculture design she employs her students with the ability to genuinely connect to themselves and to the Earth.

Practicing since 2006, Mary initially found yoga to be a great way to exercise and stretch. As her practice evolved, she learned that yoga enables mental, emotional and spiritual wellness, providing whole body health.

The urge to explore yoga in a greater capacity led her to True Nature Healing Arts near Aspen, CO where she completed her 200-hour Integrative Yoga Therapy Instructor course. As a yoga therapist, Mary wishes to empower people with their own health and wellness through the cultivation of greater self-awareness and connection to the Earth. The asana format of her classes is energetic and largely based on requests and needs of the students. She encourages a mindful practice that her fellow yogis can take with them off the mat and apply to everyday life.

Certified Herbalist & Yoga Instructor
Eve Farwell

Eve feels passionate about experiencing different cultures, learning our ancestral ways of healing and spending time outdoors. Her nomadic lifestyle began in Peru as an exchange student followed by backpacking throughout Europe and the USA as a WWOOF volunteer. Eve has settled down in Montana where she found her true passions as a certified herbalist and yoga instructor (RYT 200). She shares her knowledge of medicinal herbs through private wellness consultations, wildcrafting excursions and medicine making classes all while staying in tune with the earth and our own mindful intuitions.

She is the owner of two small businesses in Philipsburg; Seed of Mind Wellness and Market on Broadway, both aimed to make herbalism and local goods accessible in our small town. Eve aspires to become a clinical herbalist with a focus on traditional cultural practices. Her goal is to one day live in Montana’s mountains, reflecting values and beliefs of generations before us while living sustainably off of the land.

Journaling Instructor
Glory Aulik

Journaling Instructor Glory Aulik

Glory’s journey to a deeper knowing of self, started in her mid-twenties. Diagnosed with a stress-induced illness, she decided there had to be more to her purpose than a corporate job. Selling everything that couldn’t fit into her 40L backpack at a, “Traveling the World Sale,” she booked a one-way flight.

Over the course of nearly 3 years, Glory backpacked solo through Europe, spent a month in the heat of Thailand, lived with a Danish family, trekked through the mountains of Nepal, and lived in the backcountry of Alaska. All of which acted as a catalyst in what would become a journey to meeting herself for the first time, in lifetimes.

As writing quickly became part of Glory’s daily ritual in order to feel, process and release, she is passionate about sharing such a powerful tool in reconnecting to yourself.