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Reignite Retreat

SHYNE is celebrating 5 Years! Join us on Sapelo Island for a weekend of ritual, celebration and space to BE as we Reignite the spiritual connection between ourselves as Women, Daughters and Mothers. There will be ocean time, river time, song and dance. Womanhood, Sisterhood and Motherhood. Eldership, Girlhood and Healthy Community. We’ll fellowship, take island tours and even have a basket making class! Love Consumption from the kitchen of Chef Teena Myers is on the menu. The Ancestral realm will be wide awake, and certainly, have its way! Above all, there will be LOVE... lots and lots and lots of it!


This retreat offers two different check-in days and multiple lodging packages including campout, single + shared rooms. Children are welcome.

Before You Register
Reignite Retreat: Before You Register
  • SHYNE, Inc. experiences are exclusively designed for Black/African/Afro-indigenous people. DO NOT register if you do not identify with this. All payments are non-refundable. If you register and do not qualify, your payment will be applied as a donation towards the retreat.

  • To qualify for the SHYNE sister discount, you must be a current member for the quarter in which you register. No exceptions.

  • If you register for a Campgrounds room, you are responsible for bringing your own tent and camping supplies. These will not be provided. Email info@soarhigher.org to inquire about renting a tent on site.

  • All payments made to SHYNE, Inc. are non-refundable. No exceptions.

  • Registration includes retreat admission, all meals, workshops and supplies. It does not include transportation to/from the retreat or the cost for an optional Sweetgrass basket class that will take place on Sunday, 7/31. This class is $55/person.

  • Sapelo Island is only accessible via Ferry. The cost for the Ferry is $5 round trip and is cash only. For Thursday, July 28th arrival, participants must be at the Ferry dock no later than 5pm EST. Ferry departs at 5:30pm sharp. For Friday, July 29th arrival, participants must be at the Ferry dock no later than 3pm EST. Ferry departs at 3:30pm sharp. Departure from Sapelo Island on Sunday, July 31st will take place as a group. We will take the 4:30pm EST Ferry back to the mainland.

  • Transportation: all participants are responsible for their transportation to/from retreat. If you are booking a flight, we suggest flying into Jacksonville (JAX) or Savannah (SAV) which are both within an hour and 15 minute drive to location. Other options are Atlanta (ATL) which is a 4 1/2 hr drive or Brunswick (BQK), a small airport located within a 30 minute drive.

  • This retreat is family friendly. Children (12 and under) are welcome. Cost is $111 per child for non-SHYNE members and $88 for current SHYNE members so long as registering adult is an active member for the quarter in which they register. 13+ are considered regular admission. Click here to register a child.

Select Your Arrival Date

Select Your Arrival Date

  • Free Monthly Workshop
    Sun, Feb 26
    Zoom Online Conference
    On every fourth Saturday of each month, SHYNE will offer a FREE Workshop to support your elevation.
  • SHYNE Quarter Two Registration
    Sun, Apr 02
    Zoom Online Event
    SHYNE, Inc. offers liberatory experiences to women and girls of the African diaspora. We desire members who are invested in envisioning a new reality for our families and the Black community. We welcome those who want to be here and who are committed to a journey of self-study and self-healing.
  • SHYNE Quarter Three Registration
    Sun, Jul 02
    Zoom Online Event
    SHYNE, Inc. offers liberatory experiences to women and girls of the African diaspora. We desire members who are invested in envisioning a new reality for our families and the Black community. We welcome those who want to be here and who are committed to a journey of self-study and self-healing.
  • SHYNE Quarter Four Registration
    Sun, Oct 01
    Zoom Online Event
    SHYNE, Inc. offers liberatory experiences to women and girls of the African diaspora. We desire members who are invested in envisioning a new reality for our families and the Black community. We want those who want to be here and who are committed to a journey of self-study and self-healing.
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