New Spiritual Retreat Center in Northeastern Wisconsin
Golden Light Healing’s recently completed, 3,000-square-foot retreat center, located at 7102 Sundew Road, Sobieski, sits amid 200 acres of prairie, fields and forests in northeastern Wisconsin. The center is conveniently situated 15 miles north of Green Bay and offers a spacious, bright meeting room that can accommodate up to 60 people auditorium-style; a dining hall for up to 40 people; a gathering hall; three full baths; tent camping spots; and four triple-occupancy cabin rooms that can house up to 12 people. The center is available to rent for group retreats or customized individual retreats.
“At Golden Light Healing, you will feel like you are coming home,” says founder Amy Wilinski. “My husband David and I are the stewards of this peaceful haven. Here you will be pampered with home-cooked meals, a comfy bed and nature’s healing gifts. Enjoy walking through the prairie or meditation gardens, or on trails through our beautiful forest.”
Wilinski notes that retreats are important for people that desire to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and find the space to drop into the stillness of their souls. The retreats can also be coupled with a variety of workshops related to spirituality and natural health or with a private healing session.
For more information, call 920-609-8277, email GoldenLightHealing@Bayland.net or visit GoldenLightHealing.net.
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