Hope Springs is a 501c3 Not for Profit Retreat Center in Ohio's Southern Appalachian foothills providing intentional space for mindful, creative and healthy private group retreats. Hope Springs also sponsors profoundly transformational workshops on topics which include women's issues, empowered leadership, and personal growth.

Hope Springs Institute

JOIN US for the Hops for Hope Fundraising Event

June 18, 2016
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

At the home of Tracy Jo and David Small
1582 Muskegon Drive Cincinnati, OH 45255  Anderson Township

Great food, great beer and a great cause!

Local, craft and national beer will be served in flights, which is a great way to sample beer from a variety of different breweries. A food pairing will be served with each beer. Wine will also be available from Brianza Gardens and Wintery:  www.brianzagardensandwinery.com.

$40 per person.  Payable by cash or check due not later than June 10th.  All proceeds benefit Hope Springs Institute; your admission is tax deductible. 

For More Information contact:
Tracy Jo
Phone:  (513)474-6607 
E-mail:   tracyjoduckworth@gmail.com

or

Jules Meyers
Phone: (937) 587-2602
Email:  JulesMyers@hopespringsinstitute.org

Beer Tasting Event

Hops for Hope Event - $40

 

Water on the Mountain

PondWater has been a precious and limited resource at Hope Springs since her birth. Virtually every drop of drinking, bathing, cooking, and laundry water has been carried up the mountain from town in a tank on a truck, except for a tiny amount that comes from an old well by the farmhouse. This well could only handle the needs of a few people, and would go dry in summer. As Hope Springs grew, we grew to 5 cisterns and 5 pumps. The water supply “system” required huge amounts of attention, scheduling, and money. Imagine the logistics when a cistern went dry because a toilet ran all night! Or when storms took out the power and we needed 4 generators to run the pumps!

All this changed in December, when county water was finally available on
Peach Mountain. Read More

About Hope Springs

The Hope Springs Institute - nestled in the Appalachian foothills, just a 1-2 hour drive from Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Huntington and Charleston - is the ideal location to reflect, relax and renew.  Hope Springs abuts 100+ acres owned by the Arc of Appalachia, allowing visitors to enjoy 130-acres of pristine wilderness.

A 510c3 non-profit retreat center, Hope Springs offers functional space and accommodations for private group retreats, meetings and corporate events.  Hope Springs also sponsors transformational programming on topics including empowered leadership and personal growth.

Living Space

Our Property

Catering Facility

What People are Saying

The beauty of the people who work here
The Spirit of the Land
The love all around is what makes Hope Springs very special
This was my first time here. I will return.
I felt so loved and cared for in all ways.

~ Retreat attendee

"This experience has has brought me greater clarity and confidence about my life’s purpose – in many ways, on many levels."         

~CKM, Jacksonville, Florida

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Featured Retreats & Programs

 

Hope Springs:  Feeding the Feminine: Nourishing Mind, Body, Heart & Soul

Feeding the Feminine

June 24 - June 26, 2016
This retreat is open to all women who wish to explore the personal meaning of “feminine.”  Activities will invite a deep connection to self, others and nature.  Feel free to email one of the presenters for more information. Read More

Te Ara O Rongo Maraeroa:  
Peace Trails

Peace Trails

July 8 - 10, 2016
To those who will be touched by this vibration, we the ancient family of Waitaha from Aotearoa, New Zealand invite you to attend this gathering on Peace.   During this weekend, internationally renowned Elder Raymond TeKorako Ruka, Priest of Waitaha will gently guide us in ancient ceremony within the sacredness of the the divine Matriarch.  Read More.

Dismantling Racism Using Meditation: A Retreat for Racism

Dismantling Racism Using Meditation

September 30 - October 2, 2016
Dismantling Racism Using Meditation: A Retreat for White People presents an opportunity to delve deeply into our exploration of race and racism.   Retreats include extensive meditation practice, contemplations on race and racism, and discussion.  Read More.

Hope Springs: Women's Power Circle

Women's Power Circle


October 14 - October 16, 2016
Join Jules Myers and Leah Kyaio for a series of experiential exercises, individual and group work, and assessments. Workshop participants come to a better understanding of their innate gifts and Leadership Archetype. There is exploration as to what obstacles keep us from recognizing our gifts, strategies to deal with the obstacles, and steps on how we can make use of our Natural Leadership Archetype personally and professionally. Read More.

Autumn's Pause: A Fall SoulCollage® Retreat for Women

Soul Collage Retreat


November 3 - November 6, 2016
When your soul longs for attention...When you find yourself in need of the healing power of time and space, where you can rediscover your connection to your center, your spark, and the natural rhythms of your life.  That's when the time is right for the soul-tending and radical self-care of Autumn's Pause,a SoulCollage ® retreat for women. Read More

Hope Springs Institute is an alcohol-free environment

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