This Retreat is an inspiring, relaxing, and engaging weekend with other breast cancer survivors (thrivers).
The weekend is a respite from the stresses of daily life in a supportive environment. Sessions and activities are highly interactive, engaging, and reflective. Attendees can form close bonds of friendship and a network of support. The Retreat is free and qualified attendees are randomly selected via a name drawing.
The Retreat is designed for 7 – 10 women who reside in Davis, California, have been treated for breast cancer, are 21 years or older, and are at least 12 months post diagnosis. Attendees must be able to physically participate and care for themselves during the Retreat.
The Retreat will be held at the Yin Ranch in Vacaville, California. This is a beautiful, private residence of 40 acres. The park-like setting includes a main house and cottage with a variety of indoor/outdoor facilities and activities (indoor pool/jacuzzi, indoor gym, garden, lake, scenic walking trails, bocce ball, shuffleboard, tennis, ping-pong, badminton, domesticated animal area, and a wide variety of activities).
A full agenda will be forwarded to attendees upon acceptance to Retreat. Dress is very casual and comfortable – you can wear loose fitting clothing like yoga pants and tennis or walking shoes. Daily schedule will include yoga, Zumba/dance class, a creative workshop, possible massage/facials, time in pool/Jacuzzi, and time to relax and enjoy meals and free time with new friends.
Applications are accepted July 1 – August 15th each year.
All randomly selected qualified attendees will be notified by August 20th.
by email: email@example.com
by fax: (530) 753-8713
by mail: Thriving Pink at PO Box 73646, Davis, CA 95617
…or drop it off at the office at
: 302 G Street in downtown Davis.
We look forward to receiving your application! If you have any questions, please call (916) 952-0406.
Investing in the health and well-being of our community benefits us all. We could not accomplish our goal to support local breast cancer survivors (thrivers) without the support, involvement, and enthusiasm of our program chairs, board members, volunteers and sponsors.