Homesteading Withing ~ Weekend Retreat

A photo of a diverse garden featuring sunflowers, climbing vines, straw mulch, and more.

Gardens on the land.

A Weekend Retreat for Biodynamic Learning, Writing & Growing

With Sheryl Netzky & Stephen Feely

Saturday May 30 9-9pm
Sunday May 31 9-1pm





A photo of the interior featuring a beautiful earthen sculpture of a tree and a candlelit table.

The interior, featuring a beautiful earthen tree sculpture.



Location: Strawbale Studio on rural wooded land outside Oxford, MI
$299 for the Retreat.  camping $15/night, indoor dorm $25/night















SKILLS offered during the weekend

  • Biodynamic Land
  • Read the Land through New Eyes
  • Energize your Sacred Land Tools
  • Care for Seeds & Soil incl: wild craft inoculates & enlivened soil amendments
  • Create a Medicine Wheel Garden
  • Energy Wellness
  • Intuit information from the Four Directions
  • Clarify your Life
  • Deepen your Connections to Life
  • Writing
  • Support your growth as a writer
  • Create safety in writer’s response groups
  • Write real and raw
  • Live from your Questions

Stephen M. Feely, BSA, RP, HLB is a certified Energy Medicine Practitioner and teacher on the
faculty of The Four Winds Society Institute for Energy Medicine. Stephen employs Energy
Medicine practices to empower his private clients in transforming their lives. Additionally,
Stephen shares his talents as a biodynamic organic farmer and environmental educator to guide
clients into deep connection with the healing forces of nature. To connect with Stephen, please
visit his website
Sheryl Netzky, MA Ed, RYT, HLB is a mother, national speaker, energy practitioner and student
of life. Formally trained in meditation, shamanic energy work, yoga, and teaching, Sheryl
supports her clients in living their lives from a place of authenticity. Dr. Alberto Villoldo, author of
the bestseller, One Spirit Medicine, describes Sheryl’s teaching as “elegant and
impeccable.” Sheryl is a senior global teacher for the Four Winds Society, and teaches her own
curricula nationally. To connect with her please visit her website
Reading the Land and Reading Ourselves