Earthsounds Retreat Taumarunui

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Earthsounds Retreat Taumarunui cottage

Updated on March 23rd, 2019

Earthsounds Retreat Taumarunui – we offer women the opportunity to explore their relationship with Mother Earth on our 600 farm whilst relaxing in a private self-contained cottage. Come and join in ritual, sound therapy, drumming, dowsing, meditations and more.


The cottage – Queen bed, divan bed, sofa bed, shower, toilet, oven, fridge, microwave, all linen, TV, stereo, loads of books, laundry facilities, river to swim in, balcony,organic veges, trampoline, bikes.

The Lotus Belle Tent sleeps up to 6


You have our beautiful Organic Farm to enjoy and relax in and a river running through to swim in and golf is just across the road.

We offer a range of resources for your retreat – Sound Therapy, Art, Dowsing, Meditation, Ritual, Silence, Solitude.

Around the Ruapehu area you can walk, ski, hike, cycle, canoe, jet boat, golf.


I offer the exploration in earth based wellness of ritual, drumming, sound therapy, meditation, dowsing, organic gardening,creative art, and how to live in silence and solitude.

More and more people are looking to reconnect themselves with nature and taking a step back from technology and the digital world to get in touch with Mother Earth. We hope you will return to your everyday life with the skills to nurture your soul. More on retreats

How to find us: Taumarunui is in the middle of North Island of New Zealand, West of Lake Taupo and the Volcanic Plateau.

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