Sunflower Farm Retreat

Saturday, June 09 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM [EST]

12 Harmon Way, Cumberland, Maine, United States




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A Women's Retreat at the Farm Partial Approval -$175.00

Your Ticket Supports Sunflower Farm's No Cull Farming Approach & Local Women Businesses. The day will include yoga, jewelry making, a cooking class, writing seminar, and baby goat time!

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Saturday, June 09 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM [EST]

About the Event

Ready to enjoy the kind of day you dream about as a busy woman? We’ve got just the ticket. Treat yourself to a one of a kind day of creative workshops at Sunflower Farm. The perfect way to set the tone for a memorable summer! 

June 9th, 2018 10-4:30

$175 includes all workshops and a delightful lunch and treats to bring home. 

Take the day to rediscover balance, reconnect to your roots, recharge your soul, reflect on new possibilities. 

We will all gather together for a gentle Vinyasa Yoga class in the morning, meet up again midday for a delicious healthy lunch and will connect as a large group again at the end of the day for a brief meditation to let all the day’s goodness settle. 

In between, groups of 10-15 women will rotate through workshops designed to tap into your most playful, reflective self! If you are coming with friends, make sure to let us know when you register and we will make sure you spend the whole day together. 

We are so excited to make every part of the day the best it can be, but please know, it is YOUR day. If you decide to skip out on any or all of it and sit in the sun and take goat selfies, you can do exactly that. (We are closing the farm to visitors so you will have it all to yourself that Saturday!)

Hang with a herd of goats, make something creative, cook delicious food, practice yoga in the field, take time to write, and enjoy a shared picnic lunch.  Press the pause button on life’s busy routine...leave feeling grounded. -Hope, Heidi, Alex & Amy


Please Note: No rain date. This whole day is about remaining fluid and open to whatever the current reality is! It will be glorious no matter what the weather.


Cancelations must be requested by June 1st for a refund. After that, if you can't make it, feel free to shift your reservation to a friend who can.

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About the Organizer

Special Event Presented by Sunflower Farm/Bold Goat Yoga in Cumberland Maine & Amy Rose Handcrafted Maine Jewelry.

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Event Speakers

Amy Goodness
artist, owner of Amy Rose Handcrafted Jewelry, mom

Mother, artist, business owner, teacher and dreamer. Amy taught middle school art for 8 years. Amy currently devotes her time to the joy of raising two young boys and her growing business, Amy Rose Handcrafted, a Maine life-focused, handcrafted jewelry and accessories line.
Heidi Brewer
Teacher, President CASF, dorm parent to international students

Heidi is learning to balance in the busyness of life co-parenting 50 teenage girls from around the world as a dorm parent, teaching Humanities to 7th and 8th graders and being the Board President for the Cambodian Scholarship Foundation. She is currently 46 states into her quest to visit all 50 by the time she turns 50 and is looking forward to the adventures that await her.
Alexandra Lepauloue
teacher, cook, mom

With former bi-coastal lives as a dancer, graduate of the French Culinary Institute, magazine writer for Saveur, and currently as a language teacher, food has been the constant passion that fuels her, literally and figuratively. Alex is intent on others also seeing that a positive focus on preparing and eating food can reap benefits to the mind and body. She is now trying out triathlons and continuing to travel internationally as a balm to a busy life.

Hope Hall
goat farmer, cheese maker, teacher, yoga instructor

As an English teacher, Sunflower Farm Creamery Owner, contributing writer for Zest Magazine and yoga teacher, Hope believes her passion for all these jobs is rooted in her desire to see connections instead of barriers. She is happiest mucking around the barn in farm boots, watching baby goats play, making cheese late at night in the cheese kitchen or practicing yoga with a big fun group of people in the field.