Attuning Retreat 

A time to gather,
breathe and sound ourselves Home.


You are invited to this 4-day desert gathering to gently explore the intuitively earthing breath work of Courtney Webb (AUS) interwoven with musical improvisation by Aimee Wilson, alongside Indigenous healing techniques by Rev. Shaman Sandra Chestnutt.

This supportive trinity is sure to arouse within each guest, a profound and powerful transformation through sound, breath and shamanics.  

To take place at the River Home Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico. 

See below on each guide and registration.

Courtney's experiential somatic practice is a highly intuitive, innovate and revolutionary way of enhancing the vitality of the human body. She will guide us through embodied meditation techniques that serve to awaken Core Consciousness and develop sensual intelligence.  


Aimee Wilson

Singing and writing on the edge of herself lures Aimee Wilson and her listeners into the center of all that is real. Songs often begin as petitions within the heart seeking to find consent inside the music itself. The music unfolds in a process that mimics that of nature: birthed from places of fragility and ascending to bursts of praise.

Shaman Sandra will offer private assistance to attendees with their personal processes of release followed by the power of healing medicine with varied shamanic techniques geared to cleanse and soothe the soul. One on one—30 min sessions available. Sign-up recommended. 

Visit Earth Walk Medicine to learn more.

As a way to reciprocate this offering, we have developed the following- 

Thursday, Aug 9th 6:30PM Potluck + Gathering with community - $15 (Please RSVP through the register link)
Early registration, for Full Retreat (not including camping)  -  $320
Camping fee, for all 3 nights - $50
Lotus Belle Tent Lodging, for all 3 nights - $150    

Note:  Campers and all attendees are welcome to use our outdoor kitchen, with water and basic cooking amenities and 2 outdoor compost toilets. *Campers* please bring your own food and all gear you would typically need for a camping trip. *All* are expected to provide your own meals, whether by cooking or eating at local restaurants, which Aimee will direct you to upon arrival. 

Light breakfasts, tea, coffee + juice(s) provided each morning and snacks/ tea in the evenings. 

We also have a few spaces for scholarships. Write Aimee at to inquire.