Montana Retreat

Mystic Mountain Women's Leadership Retreat in Bigfork, Montana

An annual women's residential retreat at our 15 acre ranch in Montana. This is an opportunity to join an intimate group of spiritually awakened women on this personal journey of adventure, exploration and transformation.

Our theme will be "Empowered to Lead", and transformative, feminine leadership. Together we will learn how to cultivate our feminine leadership and become the change we want to see for the greater good; Inspiring each other to lead this generous, supportive, truth centered leadership style that is emerging on a global scale. Discover the unique gifts and talents that are within each of us and how to best step into our personal power.

Costs will vary depending on single or double occupancy and standard or premium rooms. Included is: ground transportation, 2 meals per day at MMR, lodging and entertainment (boating, kayaking, trail (horse) rides, rafting, yoga, meditation and circle gatherings around the bonfire.

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Hosted and Facilitated by: Kalli Holmes Sorensen

Change agent and sacred activist, Kalli Holmes Sorensen is committed to being a creative catalyst for change, in the face of growing climate and social challenges. As a mother, mentor and model for others, her work is an integral part of the global movement focused on bringing forth a new story by taking a stand for a sustainable, just and fulfilling future. 

She deeply believes that an awakened reverence for our Earth will activate evolutionary change. She is an inspirational speaker, international retreat facilitator, and has both founded and organized women's groups, including Seaside Center for Spiritual Living's Seaside Sisters, for over thirty years.  Impassioned about the feminine journey toward personal and global transformation, she is honored to be in spiritual leadership with a new and growing sisterhood of women whom are awakening in their power to transform the world.

Kalli shares an altruistic vision and dedication along with her husband, Rev. Dr. Christian Sorensen, to assisting others, in both their personal and spiritual growth within the conscious collective of community.