Join us for the most fun and inspirational
Mother & Daughter Retreat
May 1st-3rd, 2020
You are about to read information that’s been designed for every girl and every woman everywhere!! Whether you are a mother to a daughter or a grown daughter who’s looking for a bonding experience with your mother, please continue reading and think through what a weekend like this could mean in your life.
Do you need an opportunity to slow down and become fully present to your relationships?
Do you dream of having quality time, connecting and bonding with others you love?
If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions,
I invite you to The Gratitude Project,
a fun and inspirational Mother & Daughter weekend retreat,
happening May 1-3, 2020
at Cragun’s Resort on Gull Lake in Brainerd, Minnesota!
As guests of “The Gratitude Project” weekend retreat, you will receive…
A weekend of memories and bonding.
Three Days and Two Nights in a beautiful resort
Provided meals include Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Sunday breakfast.
Personal connections and teachings with the Gratitude Project creator and host, Robyn Deusterman
Personal connection and heart-felt discussion
A community of supportive caring women
Powerful discussions and hands-on learning experiences
Interactive group and individual activities and exercises
Memories captured through photography
If you are a mother coming with your daughter, ASK YOURSELF…
- When was the last time I offered a compliment to my daughter?
- When did I last give my daughter my undivided attention?
If you are a grown daughter coming with your mother, ASK YOURSELF…
- When was the last time I told my mom what she means to me?
- When did we last spend undivided, quality time together?
This retreat is for YOU if…
- You want to learn how expressing gratitude can make a difference in your life
- You want to create (or strengthen) a solid foundation of connection, love and trust in your relationship
- You want an opportunity to celebrate who you are for one another
- You are ready to cultivate gratitude and bring more joy and happiness into your life
- You want an opportunity to slow down and learn skills to be fully present to yourself, others and your life
- You desire to be a part of a supportive, caring group of women
Grab Early Bird Pricing now through May 31st, 2019
The Gratitude Project Retreat Rates
Mother Daughter Pair
each additional attendee $100
Accommodations are NOT INCLUDED. Please book separately.
Receive a $50 referral bonus for each new family you invite who in-turn signs up to attend the Gratitude Project 2020.
*All packages are non-refundable
Installment Plans Available
Additional Attendee $100
- For each additional adult or child 13 or over (beyond the included 2 adults per room policy), the additional cost is $15 per person per night + tax
- For each additional child 12 or under (beyond the 2 included children per room policy), the additional cost is $5 per child per night + tax
Participants are responsible for making their reservations directly with Cragun’s:
$125 deposit is due at time of reservation, remaining balance due day of departure. Two mothers may share a room with their daughters and split the resort price (ie. for two mothers and two daughters, the price would be $140 per mother + tax.) In this scenario, one mother would take care of the resort reservation and initial deposit.
Where is The Gratitude Project 2020 being held?
Cragun’s Resort & Hotel on Gull Lake
11000 Craguns Drive
Brainerd, MN 56401
Q: When can we arrive at the resort on Friday, May 1st?
A: Exact arrival and check-in time will be communicated this fall after the agenda is finalized. For now, please plan on arriving at the resort on Friday, May 1st, by 2pm. Check-in will occur at a table in the main lobby. You may arrive at Cragun’s as early as you want to take full advantage of the pool and amenities. Simply enjoy the retreat during the day and stop by the registration table at the communicated time. Guaranteed check-in time into your room is 5pm. Early check-in may be available if rooms are ready. If rooms are not ready when you arrive, luggage can be left in your car or securely held with front desk.
Q: What is the check-out time on Sunday, May 3rd?
Q: Is there a room block?
A: Yes! There is a room block at the resort. Reserve your room here – https://craguns.formstack.com/forms/gratitude20
Q: Will you be serving food?
What is the agenda for the weekend?
Q: Upon arrival, where do we check-in for the retreat?
Q: What should I wear?
A: It’s recommended to wear comfortable clothing throughout the weekend. Bring appropriate clothing to be outdoors and comfortable active wear during the day. Wear layers to accommodate changes in temperatures. If you choose to swim during the weekend, don’t forget your swimsuit.
* Please dress according to the weather.
Q: What should I bring?
What is the age range of the daughters?
Can I share a hotel room with another mother/daughter pair?
I am not the biological mother of important girl in my life, but I would like to bring her. Is that okay?
I'd like to bring multiple daughters and would love to include their grandmother. Can grandmothers also attend?
I have attended The Gratitude Project in the past, will the content be different than prior years?
Yes! The goal of the weekend stays consistent – we are focused on love, connection, empowerment and gratitude, but all of the feedback from the past retreats have been taken into account to create new focuses, activities, and interactive learning experiences.
What happens if I purchased a ticket and I am no longer able to attend the retreat?
Meet the Gratitude Project Host
Robyn once lived her life as a perfectionist and someone who always had to feel accepted. She was scared to stand out, scared to use her voice and was stuck in a world dictated by her past. Through expressing massive courage, bravery and tenacity, Robyn finally shattered her limiting beliefs about herself and her life when she faced her fear of dealing with childhood trauma head-on. Robyn has since advanced her education, achieved personal healing and growth and created a life aligned with who she really is.
She believes that everyone deserves to live a life they love. Her mission is to coach women and girls toward embracing who they are and gain the power and confidence to live the life of their dreams – a life free from self-doubt and full of self-love. Her goal is help others see the potential they have within themselves to live their happiest, healthiest, most grateful lives, without being afraid to take risks or explore life.