Rē hosts nature-based programming with gifted practitioners. We invite you to come breathe, ground, root, grow, and heal among the trees.


a restorative day rētreat

rēcenter your spirit with fall and rēconnect with mother earth

Join us for a day in nature centered around Ayurvedic healing, yoga, meditation, hiking, art, reflection and more! This retreat will be a fresh experience for all those interested in soulful nourishment, Ayurveda, self-care, indigenous knowledge of healing, and seasonal resets. 

The rētreat will be led by certified Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, Thana Numan of Nourishing Wellness, Kristine Marie Hill​ of Collective Wisdoms, and Rev. Sara Jolena Wolcott of Sequoia Samanvaya

We will spend the day surrounded by Alnoba’s reclaimed forests and wildlife habitats, grounding in nature and ancient living wisdom, before closing with a fire circle.

Consider our invitation and lean into this incredible offering to retreat into nature and deep community.

Date: Saturday, October 14th, 2023

Time:  9:00 am – 7:00 pm ET

Where:  Alnoba, Kensington, NH 03833

Registration fee:

Full Day $225 USD

Half Day $110 USD

Scholarship Options Available!

Email us at admin@regenerativeschool.org for more info.

Facebook group coming soon.

Full Day Pass

$225 USD Total

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Half Day Pass

$110 USD Total

Rē IS A COMMUNITY SUPPORTED NONPROFIT THAT OPENS up inclusive spaces for all. Would you consider extending financial support to aid another student’s involvement? kindly choose from the options provided below.
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Connect With The Land


Alnoba is a thoughtful gathering place to share, learn, celebrate and transform. The property consists of 600 acres of rolling fields, mature forests, natural wetlands, marshes, brooks and ponds. Ten miles of trails meander through provocative sculptural representations of social and environmental justice and tributes to indigenous culture and presence. Alnoba’s international and eclectic collection includes masterworks by Andy Goldsworthy, Orly Ganger, Jaume Plensa, John Lopez, Allan Houser and Ursula von Rydingsvard. Alnoba is a truly magical place to disconnect from devices and reconnect with community and the land. We hope to see you here soon. 

Meet Our Guides

Thana Numan

Thana is an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and is a Therapeutic Yoga Instructor. After taking her first class in Yogic Philosophy in 2016, she was inspired to pursue her 300HR Yoga Therapy training based on the teachings of Sri Krishnamacharya and Mr. TKV Desikachar. The teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda deeply resonated with her not only on a spiritual level, but helped her heal from chronic health challenges as well. In her current studies, Thana is pursing a three-year 1,000 hour yoga therapy certification in this lineage through Yoga Well Institute, an International Association of Yoga Therapist (IAYT) accredited program. Thana’s classes incorporate a deep awareness, guided breathing, and visualization with mindful movement. She practices yoga in clinical settings, but has created Nourishing Wellness to make the teachings of Ayurveda and Therapeutic Yoga accessible to those who seek personal healing.

Sara Jolena Walcott

Descendent of some of Founding Fathers of the United States of America, Sara Jolena Wolcott, M.Div, is now building people’s capacity to collectively reMember our ecological familial, national and global origin stories to enable more harmonious futures. An ecotheologian and unconventional minister, she is the founder of Sequoia Samanvaya, a healer, a ceremonialist, and a Legacy Advisor with Innovation 4.4. She is primarily interested in the work of ReMembering and ReEnchanting our world. She is known for her laughter and the (sometimes wild) power of her presence.

Born and raised on the historical Ohlone lands in the California Bay Area into a Quaker family, her quest to understand how we might navigate through the current social and ecological crises took her on a global odyssey. Her wide and wild range of experience, all of which brings depth to her ministry, includes : co-leading the 33-country multi-disciplinary ReImagining Development Program at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), consulting for the World Bank, living as a traveling singer in India, serving as a community minister at Judson Memorial Church in New York City, working as a prison chaplain on Rikers Island Correctional Facility in NYC and working as a Fellow in Spirituality and Climate Change at the Institute of the Advancement of Science and Society in Germany. She also has nearly 20 years of experience as a healer and ceremonialist.

Her formal education includes a CMT from the McKinnon Institute of Massage Therapy in Oakland, CA; a BA from Haverford College in Anthropology, an MA in international development from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, UK;  and a Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) at Union Theological Seminary. Her international speaking engagements have brought her to 10 countries and she has spoken in over 16 U.S. states. She currently lives on the historical homeland of the Mohigan/Mahican people in the Hudson Valley. She enjoys painting dragons, sitting around fires, and moonlit walks.

Kristine Marie Hill

Member of the Beaver Clan, Tuscarora Nation, Haudenosaunee Confederacy, now living on the Eastern Door of the Confederacy (the Hudson Valley, NY).
Proud mother of four, grandmother, and a queer partner.
Circle keeper, Circle Weaver, and a Story Crafter

Responding to invitations, she is bringing indigenous peacemaking to restorative practices. In the process, she is holding open big space, shaping institutions, and creating the relationships necessary for the emergence of strong alliances between cultures and peoples for social structures that can enable harmonious futures. Alongside colleagues at the Ahimsa Collective and other restorative justice networks, she works to prevent and address harms ocurring within significant institutions of higher education, international spiritual communities, legal networks and other institutions. A dedicated fire-keeper, she is keen on reMembering the plant ceremonies and practices of her people, known as People of the Hemp.

She primarily works with groups, organizations, and networks; she is also available for speaking and select coaching.

Caitlin Smith, DC

As the owner and founder of Within Wellness, Caitlin has been studying health and wellness throughout her entire life. A student at New York Chiropractic College, she learned that health is so much more than food and exercise; it includes everything that nourishes the body on and off the plate, including spirituality. As she peeled back the layers of her own health and her patients, she saw the importance in creating a space for people to learn and be guided on their path of overall well being, including guidance on their awakening/ascension journey. She has prepared well-thought-out classes, courses and workshops to guide, support, and empower you on your journey to health and wellness. With these teachings and trainings, you will have the opportunity to go in-depth over the principles of inner energy and how to find true healing from the source. EDUCATION & TRAINING Chiropractor (graduated New York Chiropractic College, 2013) Yoga Instructor (200hr YTT Frog Pond Yoga Centre) Massage Therapist Energy Worker/Healer Caitlin’s mission in life is to help you realize your potential, your innate abilities, and your power through mind, body and soul. She bridges spiritual wisdom in a modern, practical way that resonates with people from all walks of life, to consciously create satisfying success and an abundance of health in the real world.

Ashlei Laing

Ashlei is a is a co-founder and co-director of Rē. Ashlei’s background is in art & design, conservation, community development, permaculture, regenerative agriculture and sustainable food systems. She completed her MA in Applied Community-Based Conservation at Future Generations University in 2014, where she was a Peace Corps Coverdell Scholar. She also holds a BA in Studio Art-Ceramics & Education from the University of New Hampshire, a degree in Interior Design from Wentworth Institute of Technology, and a Teacher Certification from the Bulgarian Ministry of Education. From 2010-2012, Ashlei was a Peace Corps volunteer based Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, where she focused on educational development, teachers’ leadership and women’s empowerment activities.