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We had some difficulty finding the property, since the signage is small and easily overlooked.

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Have so much gratitude for this place, retreat, community, both Autumn and Toni I thank you both for all that you are and all that you shared. The food was great, the location amazing, and the overall vibe was everything I could have hoped for. Was more than ready for a disconnection and Zen Den yoga school was able to do just that during my 5 night retreat stay.

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Once I arrived, everything was planned and seamless and allowed me to instantly relax. Had some deep realizations this retreat about some of my relationships.

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