Join us for a day of meditation, movement and nourishing organic food prepared by Chef Katy.
Turner Farm is one of three working farms remaining within the village of Indian Hill. It has been in operation since the 1800s. In 1994, under the stewardship of Bonnie Mitsui, it became a farm devoted to growing organically. The farm is home to a variety of plants and animals, both domestic and wild. There are open pastures for the sheep, cows and chickens interspersed with gardens and fields. Hedgerows and meadow mix with wooded areas and wetland runoff feeds the pond. As Bonnie Mitsui’s legacy, Turner Farm remains an organic farm and education center.
9am-5pm Turner Farm Organic Farm Store Open
Rain or Shine our retreat will go on.
Turner farms has an amazing set up for both
indoor and outdoor options for us.
10am Check -In
Welcome Tea, Coffee & Snacks
Turner Farm Popcorn with
Mixed Herbs & Grated Parmesan. (GF)
-Light Yoga - no experience needed
-Group Reflections for those that wish to share
11:30 am Book Swap!
- Bring a book you love and found helpful for your journey
- We will have a fun activity to help you connect to your next read.
- Not your thing? Don't worry you can explore the farm
while our yoga space is transformed into our lunch space.
-Forgot your book? We will try to have extras so you can still participate.
12:30 -2:00pm Lunch Served
Soup -Asparagus Leek. (GF/V)
Salad - Blood Oranges, Cucumber, Shaved Fennel & Goat Cheese (GF)
Lunch - Happy Bowls (GF/V) - with Quinoa, Feta, Pickled Onion, Pomegranate Arils, Sunflower Seeds, and Microgreens.
*menu subject to change depending on growing season. However, menu will remain gluten free and vegetarian. If you need other dietary assistance please reach out and we will see if we can accommodate your dietary needs. All aspects of our lunch are grown at turner farms.
2:00-5:00pm Free Time - All Planned Group Activities end after lunch
-Walk the Flower Garden
-Meet the animals
-Tour the Farm
Bring your own mat.
Other items that might make your day more enjoyable:
Light blanket or scarf
Journal & Pen
Any props that make your shavasna more enjoyable