Debbi Truchan, owner of D’Art of Living, is offering “life-clarifying” retreats on Little Cayman.
Ms. Truchan, who has lived on Little Cayman for 18 years, describes the island as the “perfect place to immerse yourself in the ocean of its tranquility in order to glean new pearls of wisdom … with her D’Art of Living offering “creative, perceptive and spiritual activities.”
The first retreat, slated for May 15-19, is focused on women, Ms. Truchan said.
She is inviting women who “need to chill out and re-balance” themselves and who are looking to “refresh and gladden” their spirits, to join her retreat.
Ms. Truchan said she is combining her art, cooking and community involvement, while using her training as a facilitator of the Virtues Project, to offer retreats.
“With the international women’s year theme of Be Bold for Change, I challenge myself and others to boldly grasp this theme and discover what your true passion is,” she said.
The retreats will be held at Casa Cassiopeia property on Little Cayman (www.beachhouse.ky).
During the retreats, photographer Melissa Wolf will also be carrying out private photo shoots.
“Although this first retreat is for 12 women, more are to be offered – for couples, fathers/sons, mothers/daughters, friends and specific groups, such as corporations, teachers and special interests,” Ms. Truchan said.