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Harmony Hill Retreat Center

Harmony Hill Retreat Center in Union, Wash., hosts several three-day cancer retreats throughout the year.
BY Elizabeth Whittington
PUBLISHED December 01, 2014
Harmony Hill Retreat Center in Union, Wash., hosts several three-day cancer retreats throughout the year. The first session of 2015 will occur Jan. 6-8. The retreats feature daily support groups, drumming, yoga, guided imagery and other activities, in addition to whole-foods meals. Caregivers are welcome to attend. Harmony Hill also offers retreats specifically for women, couples, families and other special groups. While registration, lodging and meals are free, individuals are asked to register in advance on a first-come, first-served basis. For more details, visit harmonyhill.org.
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