The Land

The Land can help you tune in to your true nature and return to a state of
moment-to-moment awareness.

On The Land, you can connect, relax, and surrender.

This magical forest and grounds can remind you of the goodness of life so you can relax into the healing that is here for you.

Located on 32 acres in the Happy Valley area of King City, Ontario, Canada, The Land is surrounded by hundreds more acres of conservation areas, water, and trails, including the Happy Valley Trail system.

In the warmer months, you can enjoy quiet time in our food and flower gardens, get involved through volunteering, and check out our program offerings and retreats.

Most of our offerings are held in The Main House, The Great Hall, or The Village.

The Main House

The Main House was built in 1961 in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright. Recently renovated into a stunning retreat centre, it can accommodate 50 people for in-person day events and 16 people for overnight stays (more, if camping on the land is chosen as an option).

The Great Hall

The Great Hall is located in the main building and has high ceilings, picture windows on three sides, and gorgeous views of the gardens and forest. It is where indoor movement and meditation classes are held, as well as event gatherings.

With three bathrooms, a large atrium, and a high-quality sound and audio visual system, The Great Hall can comfortably accommodate up to 40 yoga mats or 100 chairs.

The Village

The Village includes the Tipi, Banya (wood-fired sauna), and Plunge Pool, which sit in a serene pond-side meadow with a stunning view of the water, surrounding forest, and big Ontario sky.

The Banya and Plunge Pool are where we offer our therapeutic Hot/Cold Immersion ceremonies.

Hot/Cold Immersion Therapy

Hot/Cold Immersion Therapy is a journey of awakening your well-being.

These therapies are ancient practices used to purify the body, enhance well-being, and increase energy and vitality.

“To experience hot & cold therapy within the embrace of nature provides the opportunity to connect to the inherent well-being that is always available to us.”

Check out the video below for more information.