Bisexual Women's Retreat

Find Your Tribe

MAY 18 - 20, 2018

Reset and connect in scenic oregon


"Find what makes your heart sing and create your own music." _Mac Anderson



If you are a woman who identifies as bisexual this retreat offers a rare opportunity to find the tribe you’ve been looking for. Experience a weekend seeped in nature, art, yoga, writing, meditation, healing ceremony, time in circle and connection. Enjoy hiking (guided and on your own), swimming in the Molalla River, and gathering around a campfire under the starlit night sky in the evenings.  Intentional experiences, shared lodging, and family-style organic meals will encourage the formation of lasting bonds. (*Note: Yoga and additional physical activities will be designed to be accessible to every level of practitioner —from complete newbie to expert.)


Spend Friday evening through Sunday afternoon in this unique environment, unplugging from the world and connecting to your heart and with women who understand the unique challenges you face as a bisexual woman. Then return home feeling SEEN, heard, and supported by your new community.



Nourishing yourself in a way that helps you blossom in the direction you want to go is attainable, and you are worth the effort
— Deborah Day

While you are with us you will be staying in a retreat space located in the foothills of the Cascades. Along with our planned group activities you will get to enjoy a weekend filled with the opportunity to:

  • Mountain bike

  • Fish in the beautiful Molalla River

  • Swim

  • Relax under the canopy of the Cascade Forest

  • Stargaze

  • Spend long evenings around a campfire



• Meditation and yoga classes
• Writing exploration
• TRE and breathwork classes
• Circles and ceremony

• Hike scenic Oregon trails
• Organic meals provided by professional, whole foods chef, Katie Hill


Accommodation & Rates

Molalla Retreat is located in the foothills of the Cascades, 7 miles southeast of Molalla, Oregon and less than one hour from Portland and Salem. The camp borders the Molalla River, providing a peaceful setting for guests.

We will be staying in the Small Group Facility. This facility includes three cabins:

The Western is a two story cabin with kitchen and dining facilities in the lower level.   The Upper Western can sleep 10 people in two bedrooms and has a common area, a full bathroom, and a warming kitchen.

The Stuga cabin includes restroom facilities, and a bedroom that sleeps up to four people.

The Duplex is a sleeping-only cabin with two units that can accommodate 8 people each.  Both units have their own restrooms with a shower.


Prepare for your retreat

We hope the details below will help you prepare for your retreat. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.

What to bring

  • Bedding & pillow to fit a twin sized bed or sleeping bag
  • Bath towel, beach towel, and washcloth
  • Toiletry items
  • Weather appropriate clothing and shoes for hiking and yoga
  • Indoor shoes or slippers
  • Sandals
  • Bedtime clothes

  • Swimsuit (optional)

  • Jacket

  • Hat

  • Flashlight or headlamp

  • Bedtime clothes

  • Sunscreen

  • Bugspray

  • Journal and pens
  • Yoga mat

  • Fishing gear (optional) 

  • Water bottle

  • Camera

  • Coffee creamer if you don't drink half and half

  • Snacks or treats for between meals - You will have access to a refrigerator, freezer, and microwave.

  • Pillow, blanket, or floor chair to comfortably sit on the ground (optional)

  • Watch (optional) - We ask that phones remain packed away for the duration of the retreat. While there are clocks around camp, if you feel that you would be more comfortable wearing a watch, please bring one.


What to leave at home

  • Alcohol
  • Non-prescription drugs
  • Firearms
  • Flammables
  • Pets
  • Perfumes and anything heavily scented 

Contact Information

Please provide your loved ones the Molalla landline to reach guests at the lodge: (503) 829-6349


Address/Check in

Molalla Retreat
36208 South Molalla Forest Road
Molalla, OR 97038 

Check in between 4-5pm on Friday

Check out at 12pm on Sunday



You will receive shared lodging, four home-cooked and locally sourced meals, and a number of offerings, including guided meditation, TRE,  breathwork, yoga, hiking, and writing activities.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to share with and hear the experiences of other women while building community through circle and ceremony. These experiences give participants a chance to unplug from the craze of daily life, to reconnect with themselves, to expand their awareness and growth, and to experience a sense of community with like-minded men.

For full booking terms and conditions please click here.


  • 75% refund before April 19
  • No refund April 19 or later