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Daily Meditation


Meditation on this land allows you to connect to Mother Earth with soothing sounds of creation. It will transport you from indoors to the forest, anytime. It ignites all your senses making it effortless to relax and quiet your mind, calm your breathing and soothe your soul. Best of all, the wolves call out to you as  one of their own, letting you know you are not alone, but a part of the whole Universe. Allowing yourself to experience this meditation will awaken your sense of belonging to something much bigger than yourself and help you reconnect with your unique gifts, enhancing the quality of your life. This vibration has a  ripple effect and will enhance the lives of those around you as well. BE THE WOLF IN YOUR WORLD. 
Scientific evidence has proven that the daily practice of meditation and spending time in nature are the healthiest remedies for overall mental, physical, and spiritual health. 

                                                                       Some proven benefits include:

  • Fosters Emotional Health                                                                      Helps with ADHD Symptoms

  • Reduces Stress & Anxiety                                                                       Assists in Recovering from Addictions

  • Helps with PTS & Trauma Related Conditions                                   Relief from Depression

  • Enhances Self-Awareness                                                                      Chronic Pain Management

  • Lengthens Attention Span                                                                     Lowers Blood Pressure

  • Improves Sleep                                                                                                           Balances the Endocrine System

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In our experience, many First Responders live in a constant state of hyper vigilance due to the frequency of adrenaline pumping through their bodies on any ordinary day on the job. An ordinary day off the job often feels unbearably slow and unchallenging which makes them more prone to hypertension, high blood pressure and a tendency to misuse drugs and alcohol.

At the ranch, we help with many ways to help you learn and embody what rest, relaxation and having “fun” feels like. Gathering around the fire pit, working out in the gym, movie nights, playing cards, napping in a hammock, swimming in the pond, soccer, football, frisbee, cornhole, horse shoes, hiking, or just going barefoot in the grass and gaze at the stars, does wonders for incorporating these “activities” in your daily routines.


Rest & Recreation Therapy


Similar to other muscles, your brain is less functional when it's fatigued.

Rest, Relaxation and Exercise reduces the adverse effects of stress, improves mood, and regulates neurotransmitters and other hormones. Taking good care of your body and mind can make a difference in how healthy you are in general and how well you cope with change. Exercising, relaxing, and getting enough rest will help you do better and enjoy life more. Taking good care of yourself may require a little extra time and effort, but it's worth it.

When we relax, the flow of blood increases around our body giving us more energy. It helps us to have a calmer and clearer mind which aids positive thinking, concentration, memory and decision making. Relaxation slows our heart rate, reduces our blood pressure, and relieves tension.


Spouses & Significant Others


We have come to understand that Trauma is so complex and tends to impact, not just the First Responder, but their families as well. Family members often shoulder the weight and bear the burden of the traumatic effects on their loved ones. The First Responders get treatment and time for recovery at a retreat, but what about those waiting at home for them?

The recovering often return home to find spouses and family members who feel left out and rightly so. Then having no awareness of what their spouse has been through during an intense therapeutic program, the First Responder has moved to the next step, and their families are many steps behind. So we include them. Although remotely, we do work with our clients partners individually in group and together during their stay with us. Several times per year, we will bring couples in to do the retreat together.

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