Goup of glass jars with burning candles on the dark background, selective focus. Hygge concept

Hygge Retreat at Red Hen Farm 1-26 and 1-28!

Do you need to retreat?
Take a breather?
Be cozy and cared for?

WHERE: Red Hen Farm and Orchard
WHEN: January 26 and 28 (sign up for one). 12:30-3:00pm.
HOW MUCH: $55/person invite a friend and $50 for you!

Hygge at Red Hen Farm!

Hygge is a quality of coziness that makes a person feel content and comfortable. It’s also often used as an adjective meaning “cozy or comfortable.” -Merriam-Webster

I am of Norwegian descent and I grew up with this concept of cozy in every aspect of my life.  I am the layering queen because I always want, need, to be warm and cozy.  Every fall, winter or spring adventure of hiking, biking, skiing, running, anything, should really end with a warm beverage and tasty treat.  And that treat should be enjoyed, preferably in front of the fire or tucked in at a sweet little bakery, cafe or bar.  And every meal in these dark days should be graced with candles.  It is the season of blankets on every chair, books at the ready and games/movies galore.

But it isn’t just that, the concept of Hygge is deeper than that.  It is essential for staying positive.  It is taking a sun-deprived people and helping them to, not just survive the dark months but, thrive.  There is really good science and excellent practices to be learned surrounding the practice of Hygge.  So sign up and come on over to Red Hen Farm and Orchard and get your Hygge on!

Expect to create, eat, learn, and be cozy around a bonfire.

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Julie Engh Peters

Julie is a relationship and well-being coach. She owns Deep Roots Life Coaching in Missoula, MT. She is also a fruit farmer, a wife and a mom. She loves working with people and helping them to achieve their goals, hopes and dreams. She also loves spending time with her family and eating yummy fruit.


You can live a full, deep and abundant life. I would be honored to help you get there! ​