Give yourself the gift of soothing self-care

Escape the stress, the worry, the frustrations, and the uncertainty of these most unsettling times, without leaving town OR paying pricey retreat fees. Discover dolce far niente—the sweetness of doing nothing.

Come steep in a Sanctuary with soothing and socially-distant spaces for:

  • Meditation, musing
  • Journaling, scribbling
  • Navel gazing
  • Chilling in the pool
  • Dolce far niente
    (sweetness of doing nothing)
  • Stretching, self-guided yoga
  • Jigsaw or crossword puzzling
  • Sketching, coloring
  • Soul-searching
  • Hot tub soaking
  • Uninterrupted time to BE

Optional services (for additional fee):

  • Chair Massage
  • Energy healing and breathwork

Date: Next Date TBD

Time: 10 am to 3 pm
Come and go as you like

Location: Eagle Rock 90041
Address provided upon registration

Ages: 18+

Your Investment:
$20 prepaid ($25 door)
Bring a friend & save! Just $35 prepaid for both ($40 door)

Includes FIVE hours of Sanctuary time, full access to indoor and outdoor spaces, hot tub, cucumber water , hot tea and nibbles, puzzles, journal pages, art supplies, books and more.

Pre-registration highly recommended. Number of participants will be extremely limited to preserve spaciousness.

Not sure? Reserve your spot NOW. Refunds available up to three days before event.

Covid care: masks required indoors when in proximity of others. Hand sanitizer available. 100% recycled paper towels provided.

Quiet, Please. Please limit talking except in outside areas designated for conversation. Bring ear buds if you’d like music

Cat Allergy Alert: Event held in home shared with felines

No fragrances indoors, please

Hot tea and water for refilling your reusable bottles provided.

Praise for DayTreat:

“Absolutely wonderful. Truly appreciate you opening your home for such an event.”
“OMG—space. Relaxing vibes. Cool people. Options, but not overwhelming.”
“Please have another! Would love to bring friends and experience this again.”

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