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Join us in a beautiful historic mansion in the Hudson Valley for our summer retreat
focusing on the 5 elements Fire, Water, Earth, Air and Space and the healing experiences
associated with it. We will lighten up all your 5 senses with
Aromatherapy and Body Lotion Product Making
Invigorating Yoga, Relaxing Massages, Reiki and a Grounding Ceramic Workshop
Restorative Sound Baths and Thoughtless Meditation
Nourishing and Cleansing Food and Drinks
Color and Crystal Therapy surrounded by Nature
C O L L A B O R A T O R S:
We’re working together again with a fabulous team of Ayurvedic Practitioners
and Creatives for 2 full days of grounding and uplifting Thoughtless Treats.
ANNE-SOPHIE DEVOUASSOUX – Holistic Practitioner, dayaholisticliving.com
JAZELL CHOI-ANDUJAR – Yoga Instructor/Reiki Chakra Healer, newyorkholisticpractitioner.com
KATIE ROSENTHAL – Massage and Ayurveda Therapist, kratuwellness.com
SUSANNE FRENK – Yoga Teacher/Founder of thoughtlessspaces.com
JEAN LOUS FRENK - Ceramic Master and Teacher, frenk.info
L O C A T I O N:
Windrift Hall • 256 Smith Road • West Coxsackie • New York 12192
I N V E S T M E N T:
Rate includes all workshops, yoga, meditation and ceramic material, freshly made vegetarian meals
with local, organic seasonal produce, drinks, snacks and 2 days filled wih all the fun and Thoughtless experiences we'll have together. Please take advantage of the Early Bird Special, expiring in June.
$350 Early Bird
$400 Regular Rate
The rate does not include the overnight stay. We have a limited amount of sleeping quarters at the house and collaborate with guest houses and private Airbnb hosts to accommodate you in the neighborhood.
Please refer to our page Places to Stay for our recommendations ranging from
$100 - $250/night.
Visit our FAQs below. For all additional questions you can reach us here.
Why thoughtless when everybody else talks about being mindful?
What if being mind-full is actually the problem? Being in thought means you remove yourself from the present, into the past or the future. You’re either thinking about what has happened or worrying about what might happen. To live in the moment means you’re aware of your thinking and letting it flow through you rather than attaching to it. Only then you can find what you’re looking for - peace of mind, clarity, healing and fresh, creative thinking. All of your experiences this weekend will help you to create your own Thoughtless Space - based on Ayurvedic principles within the company of like-minded souls on the same quest.
What is a “curated experience”?
Susanne and Allegra put a lot of thought into your Thoughtless Retreats, carefully selecting a location to make sure it provides a peaceful and nurturing environment in a beautiful setting and insuring that every detail of your weekend meets with our high standards of quality and service. Our intention is to choreograph your day so that all of your senses can delight in new experiences and collaborating with the most respected creatives in their fields.
Who's this for?
The creative and curious who are craving some time and space to slow down, drop everyday thinking, and uncover some new ideas. Open-minded, kind, dynamic individuals who need a break or are ready to get unstuck.
Where is Windrift Hall located and how can I get there?
WINDRIFT HALL is located at the end of a long winding country road in the beautiful Hudson Valley in the town of Coxsackie, 2h drive from New York City, 20 min from Albany. www.windrifthall.com
Address: 256 Smith Road, West Coxsackie, NY 12192.
You can reach us either by car or train. The closest train station is Hudson NY, 20 min away. Amtrak trains are usually leaving every hour from Penn Station in Manhattan. The 2h trip is a beautiful train ride alongside the Hudson River, please check http://amtrak.com for schedules and prices. At the Hudson train station we can arrange a pick up or you can take a taxi.
The closest airport is Albany International Airport, about 40 minutes away. The next largest airport would be EWR NewarkLiberty International Airport in New Jersey. You can either rent a car from there or take the Amtrak train from Newark to New York and connect at Penn Station to a train to Hudson, NY.
Additional questions? Reach out to us here.