Do you love to learn? Are you eager for insight to make sense of your stories and the role of the soul? Join Grace in this unique community of learning as together we systematically search our stories for the understanding we need to be at peace with ourselves and others. 


Be part of a circle of learning

Lean in as Grace facilitates conversations on meaning-making and story as a way to understand where we've been and where we are going. Look for common threads, identify familiar patterns and use your intuition to uncover missing pieces of your story and others'. Grace will also introduce the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as a valuable framework for seeing things differently. 

Together we'll go deeper, looking for ways to retell our stories that give us more space, compassion and grace. 


Integrate with Story and Art


During the retreat, you'll have the opportunity to explore an interactive art project such as Soul Collage®, or another art project appropriate for the Christmas season.

Spiritual Support and Direction 

The desire to learn often comes out of the heartache and pain of unanswered questions and stories that are hard to retell. During our time together, we'll actively seek out new narratives that ease suffering and bring a greater sense of accomplishment and self-compassion under the care of your learning guides. 

About Grace + Insight Retreats


A seasoned mentor and guide, for years Grace has used the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) as a springboard for discussion about difference, preference and personality development. Her work with Myers-Briggs deepened her capacity for empathy and also led her to a deeper exploration of Jungian archetypal psychology.

A voracious learner with a curious mind, Grace is here to ask life's most complex questions in hopes of discovering greater insight into all matters of the soul. She started Insight Retreats to provide supportive learning environments for other women exploring their own soul journey. 

Stories can conquer fear, you know. They can make the heart bigger.
— Ben Okri