Self Renewal in Nature: Weekend on the St Croix

Friday-Sunday June 19-21, 2020

June 19-21, 2020 (Friday – Sunday)
This is a 3 day experience where we can take full advantage of being away from the day-to-day. While exploring nature, we’ll also be exploring how Mindfulness can take us deep into a connection with our inner wisdom and natural knowing, our innate self healing abilities, and ways to continue a life of peace, joy and well-being.

We will meet Friday, June 19 at 10:00am at William O’Brien State Park. We’ll get time to meet each other then learn from our guides who will prepare us for canoeing and camping. We’ll also have time to start our adventures in nature, mindfulness, and renewing our souls.

Saturday we will get more exploring of the river and beautiful natural surroundings, have time for Mindful practices, diving into inner wisdom and natural knowing. We’ll get to cook together and end the day with powerful practices around the campfire.

On Sunday we’ll continue both our canoeing and internal journeys. At the end of the trip we’ll have time for reflecting and planning our next steps.

TO SAVE YOUR SPOT (this will be repeated as you complete the form!):
1. Complete the One Moment Center registration form (you’re already here – it’s super fast and easy!)
2. Complete the payment – link will be emailed to you
3. Submit your virtual paperwork with Wilderness Inquiry at (link to come!) – link will be emailed to you


St. Croix river from St. Croix Falls to William O’Brien State Park

The St. Croix Scenic Riverway defines the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. This beautiful area was protected by Congress in 1968, including 255 miles of the St. Croix and its major tributary, the Namekagon River. Many species of animals make their homes along the river. At dawn and dusk paddlers may glimpse white-tailed deer or black bears foraging along the riverbanks. Eagles, osprey, and hawks soar overhead. Join us on one of these great outdoor adventures just an hour outside of the Twin Cities.
•Only a short drive from the Twin Cities
•Paddle 24-foot Voyageur canoes on easy-flowing water
•View ancient petroglyphs on the cliffs along the way
•Riverway is lined with old-growth pine, sandstone bluffs, and sand beaches
•Keep an eye out for eagles, great blue herons, white-tailed deer, and soft-shelled turtles