Restoring a Mother's Heart Retreat

The Abbey Resort + Avani Spa | Lake Geneva, WI
March 16-18, 2018

Registration will be available in January 2018.

Restoring a Mother’s Heart is a retreat for mothers whose children have died from congenital heart disease and other chronic illnesses. This weekend long retreat is for women who want to dig in, face the darkness, and find light once again. It’s an opportunity to join hands with other women and feel surrounded by love.

During our time together we will encourage you to cultivate your infinite relationship with your child. We will ask our hearts’ deep questions and share practical tools to navigate this journey. This retreat is an invitation to continue your infinite relationship with your child and to be your best and brightest self. As a participant, you will be reminded that your story, while painful, is certainly not over. And in fact, it has great purpose. Come share, learn, care for yourself and feel the support of a community of women who understand.

Many women join us because they receive a scholarship. If you'd like to join in and help women attend the retreat, please click on the button below. You can also create a fundraising page for yourself or a friend to help fund the cost of the retreat.


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This retreat has changed my life. Navigating grief was different than navigating my daughter’s heart condition. There is no clear path or set of surgeries to prepare for. It was scary, overwhelming and confusing after our daughter died. But when I looked at the itinerary for Restoring a Mother’s Heart, all of the questions I had been having were literally right in front of me. Each session spoke directly to me. And you are surrounded by people who truly understand what you’ve been through because they have been there too. The experience was invaluable and the women I met will forever be a part of my life.
— C.O.