Divine Pine Gathering Combines Back-To-Nature With Healing-Through-Art

. May 31, 2019.
Divine Pine Gathering

The Divine Pine Gathering is a nature-retreat festival focused on yoga, rewilding and foraging, music, healing, ancestral knowledge, art and movement. The site is on 42 acres in the Irish Hills surrounded by 300 acres of state land and lakes. The intention behind the festival is for participants to dive into their intuitive, true selves, reconnect with nature and tap into knowledge about authentic, sustainable lifeways that will bring them into closer touch with nature and a like-minded community.

Tickets: full weekend $120
Teenager full weekend $50, single day $45
13485 US Highway 12, Brooklyn, MI
Divinepinegathering.com

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