Women Yoga and the Moon

Self-Love Retreat

at Resilient Acres

A Day of Self-Love, Healing, Nature & Reflection for Women

Celebrate a day to yourself with guided movement practice, yoga, ecotherapy, meditation, aromatherapy & herbalism all geared towards the wounded woman and her healing needs. Expert teachers will guide you into a safe space of self-love and compassion for yourself and those around you. This agritourism event supports your wellness while also supporting a local farm.


This Retreat Includes:

  • 75 minute Aroma & Yoga practice with Jennifer
  • 75 minute Spring Aromatherapy Lesson with Aromatherapy Samples with Jennifer
  • 60 minute Farm-fresh Herbal Tea Tasting for Womens’ Self-Love and Healing with Christine (includes fruit & small snack)
  • 75 minute Ecotherapy & Earth Medicine Walk with Rebecca
  • 45 minute Open Heart Chanting with Rebecca

May 22, 2021

back up date: June 5

Doors open at 8:00am

Start Time: 8:15am

End Time: 3:30pm

Where: Resilient Acres, 12987 US-6 Chardon, OH 44024 – About 2 miles east of Chardon square on Route 6. If traveling East, Resilient Acres is on the right and before you reach Cutts Rd. You will see a Resilient Acres sign wrapped around a large oak. There is a big white barn and blue farmhouse with a gravel parking lot.

We will be meeting inside the barn. Your yoga mat might get dirty on the floor, so bring a sturdy blanket for under your mat if you like.

We will also be spending time in beautiful outdoor spaces and walking the trails, so be prepared if you have allergies!

What to bring

  • Light lunch, preferably one that doesn’t require refrigeration
  • Water (please bring a reusable water bottle, not a disposable one)
  • Yoga mat. Yoga props are welcome, too
  • 2 large beach towels or yoga blankets
  • Notebook and pen
  • Wear sensible footwear for a light hike
  • Dress in layers for the Ohio weather
  • Sunscreen
  • Bring a chair if it is hard for you to sit on the floor for long periods of time!
  • You may want to bring a change of cloths or stash them in your car if it is a muddy day! Umbrellas and rain gear are welcome if the day looks to be rainy.

Since 2014, Christine & Michael have developed their original 23 acres into a homestead-style farm with permaculture gardens, a hugelkultur orchard, chickens, bees, goats, and successional perennial polycultures. As the vision expanded to include the creation of more opportunities for others to make a meaningful change in our world, a contiguous 98 acre century farm came up for sale…

Read more about Resilient Acres

Your Teachers

Jennifer Langsdale

Jennifer is a professional yoga therapist and teacher. Her focus is in yoga therapy, and she trademarked her signature form of yoga therapy called Inner Wisdom® in 2015. Jennifer’s yoga teaching background includes 15 years of creating and teaching group classes, leading 200 & 300 hour yoga trainings for men and women under her Awaken Yoga School name for 10 years, managing a private yoga practice office, and teaching and designing programs for her yoga school and studios. Jennifer completed a Master’s of Science in Aromatherapy at the American College of Healthcare Sciences in 2020, and is now a practicing professional holistic aromatherapist. She combines the power of yoga and aromatherapy for her students, clients and in her personal life. She is a former doula, and specializes in working with women’s minds and bodies.

Christine Cassella

Christine Cassella, M.S. is co-owner of Resilient Acres, owner of Resilient Birth & Botanicals, a mother, community herbalist, and holistic birth keeper. She is most passionate about helping women reclaim their inherent connection with the cycles of nature, especially in the childbearing years. She received her certificate in herbalism with Rosemary Gladstar and is currently pursuing additional studies with Dr. Aviva Romm. Learn more about Christine here.

Rebecca Wohlever

Born and raised in the woods of Ohio, Rebecca brings the experiences of her time in nature into her yoga teaching, song-writing and ecotherapy practices. Certified as a Group Ecotherapy Guide through Lake Erie Institute’s Ecopsychology program in 2019, Rebecca enjoys sharing her love of the natural world with others through ecotherapy offerings. She has been teaching yoga for over 16 years and is passionate about sharing yogic philosophy, sound yoga and ecotherapy in yoga teacher training programs and workshops in the greater Cleveland area. Writing poetry and songs since she was a young girl, she has completed two full-length albums and has been performing locally for 12 years. She has also worked as a naturalist, leading interpretive hikes for children and adults at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. When she isn’t teaching or singing, she enjoys nature photography, writing poetry, and spending time with her family and friends.


Cost per student:

Registration deadline:
May 1, 2021

Minimum Enrollment: 8
Maximum Enrollment: 15



Stay at Resilient Acres – Airbnb
Camp at Resilient Acres – Hip Camp

Refund Policy

There are no refunds 30 days prior to the event. There is a $25 processing fee for returned items. Please note, if our May 22 date is cancelled, we will defer to June 5 for our back up date. There are no refunds if you cannot attend on the backup date, as we will have a seat held for you. You may give your seat to someone else, but please notify us prior to the retreat. We currently cannot obtain responsibility for the effects of Covid-19 related absences. We apologize for this, but we are too small to take on all the risks of the pandemic and offering refunds. Please consider your payment an investment to uphold small businesses, and we thank you for your support. All materials can be picked up at a later date if you cannot attend.

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*Please note this event is considered agritourism. WARNING: Under Ohio law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if that injury or death results from the inherent risks of that agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, but are not limited to, the risk of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals as well as the potential for you as a participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.