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Sacred Feminine Retreat

Perfect for Mothers & Daughters, Daddies & Daughters, Friends & Non-Binary Folk

A half-day, in-person retreat to connect with the nurturing side of sacred feminine energy. It is a feeling that is in all of us regardless of how we were born or raised.

Powerful insights into the importance of girls’ empowerment, insights into understanding mental illness, and tools for increasing compassion. Meditations, empowerment exercises, and more are included in this retreat.

Speakers include:

Dr. Leah Leach from Gal’s Guide Library

Melissa Jones from Girls Positivity Club

Presenters from NAMI, In Our Own Voice

November 13, 1 pm-5 pm

Gal’s Guide Library at Nickel Plate Arts

107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville, IN

The event is accessible and on the first floor

Retreat Rate

  • $65 1 ticket 
  • $120 for 2 tickets 
  • $180 for 3 tickets
  • $240 for 4 tickets
  • Pay what you can option – Available November 12 & 13 only

*Registration is limited to 24 participants


  1. A new look at nurturing
  2. Increased compassion
  3. Parental tools for empowering young people
  4. New insights on mental illness
  5. Tools to aid feelings of aloneness

Retreat Schedule

  • 1pm- Dr. Leah Leach talks about how the sacred feminine is gender fluid and how it is marked in history
  • 2pm – Melissa Jones talks about self-acceptance at a young age
  • 3pm- Two presenters from NAMI talk about what it’s like to live with mental illness
  • 4pm – Dr. Leah Leach leads us in a Born of Many Mothers Meditation
  • 5pm – (Optional) Dr. Leah Leach talks about the 21 Tara’s, the sacred feminine in Buddhism

Our Teachers

Dr. Leah Leach, founder of Gal’s Guide Library, which is home to the first lending library dedicated to women’s history in the United States. Leah is an award-winning podcaster, filmmaker, and writer with an honorary doctorate in Metaphysics. She is a Buddhist of the Magyu Lineage.

Melissa Jones, founder of Girls Positivity Club – Girls Positivity Club is a group designed to teach girls how to live their best life. It is a positive experience that teaches self-worth and confidence to girls from ages Kindergarten-young women. The mission of GPC is to empower girls from the inside out.

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI Indiana and dedicated volunteer members and leaders work tirelessly to raise awareness and provide essential education, advocacy, and support group programs for people in our community living with mental illness and their loved ones.

Retreat Rate

  • $65 1 ticket 
  • $120 for 2 tickets 
  • $180 for 3 tickets
  • $240 for 4 tickets

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