Retreat to the Country...

Imagine cruising down a two-lane country highway deep in the heart of Texas, nothing but rolling hills for miles and miles...

Turning south onto a dusty dirt road in Hamilton County, Texas, bumping along until the rustic Farmall tractor comes into view, a buttermilk sky as the backdrop. 

Shedding all your worries at the gate as you ease along the winding driveway, the stress already melting away. Your transformational weekend has begun.

We're just a two hour drive from DFW, Austin and Waco. Come here to plant and nurture the seeds of courage and compassion. Imagine leaving with new sprouts of ideas, friendships, and confidence! While visiting, you can enjoy the serenity of our twenty acres, where you will be seen, heard and held by a small intimate circle of women and Mother Nature herself. 

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Our 600-square foot studio will be the gathering space for The Brave Kind workshops, yoga classes, meditation, and sound therapy. Two 90-minute fun, interactive discussions will focus on courage + compassion, each concluding with movement or sound to fully integrate the lessons. 


There will be plenty of free time to wander our 20-acre working hobby farm in Hamilton County, Texas. Bring your camera for beautiful nature photography or your binoculars for birdwatching. Tap into your creative side with wildflower pressing or collage, or try your hand at the roping dummy for a real taste of ranch life!


All meals will be provided on retreat weekends, including locally sourced sandwiches, baked goods and a farm-to-table style dinner. Gather around the campfire for a sweet treat as we roast our own S'mores (weather permitting).



La Adelita

A 400-square foot cabin shell currently being converted into a stylish tiny house. The cottage will feature a queen-size bed and private bathroom with soaker tub. LaAdelita sleeps two for $799 per person.

The Mallard

Our 2000 Fleetwood Mallard travel trailer is as kitschy as it is comfortable. It's been our perfect weekend escape since 2018 and was renovated in April 2022 to serve the next generation of guests. The Mallard sleeps two for $629 per person.

Glamping Tents

Three White Duck Regatta tents will be set up for retreat weekends and decked out in true glamper style, with cozy twin mattresses and essential creature comforts. Each tent sleeps two for $499 per person.

If traveling solo, roommates will be assigned several weeks before the event. 

The Mallard
Mallard Bedroom
The Mallard Kitchenette
The Yard
La Adelita
Glamping Tent
Sunset Circle


This retreat is for you if...

  • You desire personal growth and forging new friendships

  • You are ready to release fear and follow your heart

  • You love vivid stars, beautiful rolling hills, and everything else Mother Nature has to offer


This retreat is not for you if...

  • You want to be pampered (which we all deserve sometimes!), or don't love the great outdoors

  • You aren't comfortable sharing space with others, physically and emotionally

Please note, The Brave Kind retreats are alcohol-free so that all guests have a safe and magical experience. 


Upcoming Events

  • The Brave Kind Retreat - October 21-23
    Oct 21, 6:00 PM CDT – Oct 23, 11:00 AM CDT
    Hamilton, 3823 Co Rd 617, Hamilton, TX 76531, USA
    ARE YOU READY? This retreat is for you if you... Desire personal growth and forging new friendships Are ready to release fear and follow your heart Love vivid stars, beautiful rolling hills, and everything else Mother Nature has to offer! Includes: 2 night stay, meals, yoga, sound bath, gift bag


"Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently."

-Maya Angelou


Courage helps us step out of our comfort zones and live the life we've only pined for in our minds. It helps us minimize the opinions of others and stand up for what we know to be true in our hearts. 


"I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples."

-Mother Teresa


Kindness creates connection, an experience the pandemic taught us not to take for granted. Being kind feels like an uphill battle most of the time but imagine the lives you can positively impact through compassionate acts...namely, your own.