Summer Solstice Beach Retreat

Are you ready to be treated like the Goddess you are?

Wild Roots have teamed up with Bohemian events to bring you a Goddess beach retreat you will never forget!

I believe all women deserve to be treated as the warrior Goddesses that they are! So, my Wild Women retreats are designed to help women find their power and see their true worth, whilst also finding love and connection to nature, each other, and themselves.

Women deserve to be treated with the utmost love, respect, and care, in reward for giving so much of themselves, every day. And they deserve to be healed from the harm they have suffered in their lives with safe spaces like our women’s circles. To have their stories truly heard and validated, no judgement, no fixing, just pure acceptance, love and empathy. We all deserve this!

We also deserve to feel loved and honoured for the work we do, by being treated to healing practices and rituals such as those that are offered at our gatherings by our beautiful, wild practitioners.

Eating foods and sipping teas from plants we have connected with and learned about on our walks, that are full of nourishment for both our bodies and our souls!

Bathing in the sounds of both nature and the magic of the percussion instruments with sound healing and gong baths.

Learning to connect to self and to all that is, with empowering meditations and yoga.

We can find the beauty in life, every day, when we choose this for ourselves. When women come together, we are stronger. We can face our fears together and together we will rise!

Bohemian Events

Bohemian Events

Teresa Johnson

Bohemian Events is a newly established business in North Yorkshire, offering luxury bohemian event hire for all occasions and home to Teesside’s first ever posh picnics.

Learn more about our amazing wild women practitioners!

Lucy Cuzzocrea

Foraging Tutor & Wild Women Facilitator

Lucy is a wild food educator, who runs local foraging walks and wild women events in Teesside. She is also a qualified community organiser, who feels passionately about the power of community, reconnecting with the lost knowledge of our ancestors to heal both ourselves and nature, and also in supporting women to find their power. She set up Wild Roots Foraging in 2020 not long after COVID hit, during which time she realised how important and needed her work was, especially throughout such challenging times. She now wishes to continue to spread her message and help as many women as possible, reconnect to their inner wild woman and find ultimate freedom!

Emily Treadgold

Sound Healing

Emily is a Sound Healing practitioner in training with the Sound Healing Academy. She uses a holistic approach in all of her work. Her group sound bath sessions involve a gentle guided meditation to bring your focus inwards and to encourage the sounds frequencies to do some healing. The instruments she uses are a frame drum, Tibetan singing bowls, chimes, shaker and her voice. Come as you are, relax and be nourished by these beautiful sounds.

Sarah Garside

Dru Yoga

Sarah’s yoga journey began 26 years ago at her local college. From there she travelled around the world studying different styles of yoga before finally discovering Dru yoga in Snowdonia. It was there that Sarah trained as a Dru Yoga teacher. Dru was perfect for her. It helped to deepen her connection with nature even more and allowed her teach to all abilities due to its adaptable and flowing nature.

Rachel Knox

Wild Women Facilitator

Rachel is a Wild Roots Wild Women Facilitator and supports Lucy with her work, as well as assisting with events, leading walks and circles, and working as admin both behind the scenes and for the Wild Roots Wild Women Facebook group.

Katherine Atwell-Griffiths

Gong Bath

Katherine is an artist working in the visual and healing arts. She has a degree in Fine Art from Oxford Brookes University and trained in sound healing under Sheila Whitaker, working primarily with the gongs. Based in the North East her work revolves around private and group gong baths, sound healing, meditational drawing, nature to abstraction, walking as drawing and drawing for wellbeing. Katherine is also an associate tutor with The Arts School.


Everything Lucy has created here speaks to me on the deepest level! She is helping me rediscover my connection with Mother Earth, helping me along on my journey to replenish and nurture my soul. Life has knocked the wind out of me over the last couple of years and I’d forgotten who I was and what I needed. Wild Roots is more than ‘just’ foraging courses, it’s about reconnections and about re-grounding yourself. Lucy is very inspiring and empowering and also has the best collection of hats!

Tracy Reeve


2.50pm

Meet and greet on the beach

3pm

Ancient foraging walk with forest bathing and foraging for table and fire circle decorations from the forest.

4pm

Guests return to beach to decorate the tables and also the fire circle, along with any offerings they have brought.

4.30pm

We will relax into our gong bathing session with Katherine.

5.30pm

Refresh ourselves with some fresh herbal teas that we will make in our wild tea workshop.

6pm

We will unwind once again with a healing sound bath with Emily.

7pm

Wild dining with Lucy’s foraged foods and Bohemian Events posh picnic tables.

7.45pm

Come back to circle for meditation and sharing circle.

9pm

Event comes to a close. Together we will pack up and say our goodbyes – until next time!

Would you love to join us but worried it’s a bit too far to travel?


Check out these accommodation venues on Air BnB!

Or have a look at some of the campsites and glamping sites close to Saltburn!

Let’s make something beautiful together.