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Tweet The Run Wild Trail Running & Wellness retreat is a four-day immersion in YOU. Refresh your spirit, strengthen your body, clear your mind, get grounded, get focused and have FUN. Whatever your goal is, this retreat provides the environment, activities … Continue reading
Tweet Last year, Endurance magazine’s Casey Saussy attended the Run Wild Trail Running and Wellness Retreat at Vagabond Ranch. You can read about her experience in her story, published in the February issue of Endurance magazine, and posted here on the … Continue reading
TweetRegistration for the 2012 Run Wild Trail Running and Wellness retreat is now open. I hope you’ll join us August 16 -19, 2012 for our third annual retreat, this time held near Carbondale, Colorado, home of Trail Runner magazine and some of … Continue reading
TweetCome autumn, there’s no where I’d rather be that in the Rocky Mountains, where aspen trees are golden, fresh snow dusts the 14ers and blue skies are guaranteed. The best way I know to celebrate this spectacular time of year … Continue reading
TweetIt’s hard to believe that this August’s Trail Running and Wellness Retreat presented by Run Like a Mother, is only 10 weeks away! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for some great trail running, rejuvenating yoga classes … Continue reading
TweetAfter my last post, I heard from many women–many I know, many I didn’t–sharing their about their experiences of not living up to the expectations they put on themselves or from others. No wonder we get sucked into the cycle of always … Continue reading
TweetThis time last year I was already logging two- to three-hour runs in anticipation of my first 50-mile race at the end of April. I was nervous at the propect of covering 50 miles in a day until I remembered … Continue reading