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Welcome to Seastar Wellness Studio. We are an interfaith retreat and healing arts studio, dedicated to creating experiences of regeneration and renewal. Through programs and retreats, offered online and in-person, we create a safe and sacred space to inspire, empower and enlighten… an oasis away from a hectic world. A place that celebrates the writing life, contemplative spirituality, expressive arts, and simple living.
Whether you seek a Spiritual Director, a retreat, a writing program, encouragement creating your writing life, or a place to offer your program or wellness practice, you'll find it here. The Seastar Wellness Studio, located in Old Saybrook, Connecticut is a peace-filled, soulful, inspiring place to nourish the spirit and the writing life.
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Renewal. Regeneration. Reinvention. Come be inspired.
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Meet the director
Meet Patricia. Award-winning writer, retreat facilitator, spiritual director, expressive arts educator and lover of the simple life.
"Be yourself; everyone else is already taken." ~ Oscar Wilde
Being near Connecticut’s beautiful shoreline isn’t JUST about the beach. I moved to the Connecticut shoreline more than 15 years ago, hoping to be inspired by its beauty. It hasn't disappointed me. Check out our events page to learn more about upcoming programs offered online through Zoom and occasionally in person at various locations.
Creating A Writing Life Retreats for Emerging Writers (and those who just need a nudge), have been inspiring writers since 2007. Join us for a virtual program where you'll find a safe, encouraging, non-judgmental atmosphere sure to stir up that undeniable passion for writing.
You might wonder why there is a seastar here. Many species of sea stars, also known as starfish, have the miraculous ability to grow back an arm if they lose one and some species can even regenerate an entire body if there is just one bit of arm remaining. The point being – they get hurt and they re-invent themselves. They regenerate and are renewed. That’s what we do here. Provide tools for regeneration and renewal.
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