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Mindful Mosaic Women’s Retreat 

click to enlarge Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa in Milton.
  • Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa in Milton.

Find your happy place with a four-day getaway at Milton's Buttermilk Inn and Spa from September 27 through 30. With the guidance of holistic nutritionist and wellness expert Nicole Glassman, experience a long weekend of relaxation and spiritual growth through daily workshops as well as free time to explore the inn's grounds and amenities. Start your day with open-air yoga on the lawn and then take a nature walk or garden tour to catch a glimpse of Buttermilk's resident wildlife, including llamas, goats, and peacocks. Pick some apples from their orchard's trees and have them à la mode at an ice cream night following a dinner under the stars with cuisine from the on-site restaurant, Henry's Farm-to-Table. Enjoy access to the sauna, steam room, and pool as well as a discount for all spa treatments. (212) 245-3129;

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  • The Mindful Mosaic Women's Retreat takes place September 27 to 30 in Milton.


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