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Daytreat (+night) at Shell Key
February 15 @ 11:30 am - February 16 @ 1:00 pm
Experience a 24-hour “daytreat” to Shell Key – a 1,800 acre nature preserve located just south of St. Pete!
This experience will bring the fun of the sun into the splendor of the night.
Here’s a glimpse into our retreat…
– Boat ride to & from Shell key aboard the Tampa Bay Ferry
– Edible plant walk on the island with Kelli Marie of FernBella
– Catered dinner under the stars
– beach bonfire
– Gifted journal and fireside writing prompt by Maureen McDole of KEEP ST. PETE LIT
– island camping for a night
– Sunrise yoga, breathing, & meditation by Tara Lynn of Om the Go
– Healthy catered breakfast
– $5 from each ticket sale donated to Tampa Bay Watch
Each attendee will be responsible to bring personal overnight camping gear and necessities. This includes tent, bedding, personal drinking water, etc. I will provide two meals (dinner and breakfast) and some healthy snacks. Anything extra you may bring in your own coolers (no alcohol). This is a primitive camping experience! Just you, the sea, sand, and stars. Note, all camping permits will be taken care of by me. There will be portable toilets and trash cans also provided. Our group will not leave ANY waste or trash.
Our Daytreat Schedule | Saturday, February 15th
11:30 am meet at Ft. Desoto Boat ramp
12 pm depart boat ramp for shell key
meet and greet on boat, intention setting & journal gift, and arrive to island!
12:30 – 5 pm free time: set up personal camp, explore island, swim, play, journal, snack
5:30 pm sunset workshop: edible plant walk with kelli marie
6:30 pm bonfire begins, dinner is served
7 pm gather around the fire: journal prompt by maureen mcdole. Then, talk philosophy, sing a song, do a dance, or just stare at the flames. The world is your oyster!
Our Daytreat Schedule | Sunday, February 16th
7:45 am sunrise yoga with Tara lynn: movement, breathing & meditation
9 am breakfast is served
10 am final gathering
12pm departure back to ft. desoto
What to bring…
-Overnight camp gear: Tent, sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight, drinking water, etc.
-Yoga mat or towel
-Overnight pack: swimsuit, comfortable clothes for yoga, sandals, sun protection (sunglasses, hat, etc.), any drinks or snacks you will want + anything else you’d feel would add to your experience!
“In transcendent moments provided by nature, we stand in awe, grandeur, and wonder. These experiences in nature are remarkable not just for their momentary impact, but, more important, for the effects they have when we return to our regular lives. In the middle of a busy day, on the streets of a large city, or in an office, with our eyes locked on the screen of our smartphone or tablet or laptop, taking a moment to remember a transcendent moment when the mind calmed and the heart opened to the beauty and wonder of nature can transport us back to the experience of feeling connected with nature, sprit, the divine, or whatever inadequate name we give it.” – Blue Mind, Wallace J. Nichols