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Idaho Retreat 20222022-04-20T17:32:36+00:00

Join Dr. Eva for the 2022 Resilience Retreat in beautiful Teton Valley, Idaho!
April 25, 26, 27

Wouldn’t you want to free yourself from self-sabotage and start living with the joy you deserve!? Transcend your emotional trauma to live your most meaningful and connected life.

We all go through emotional trauma, both big T and little t trauma. It creates a weight on us.

The weight piles up over our life time.

It is like carrying around an extra 50 lb. on our shoulders.

We all deal with this!

But the way we go back to thriving is to learn and practice resilience. And the way we thrive even more, is we learn how to heal our own trauma.

Do You:

Have regrets about things you did in the past or what you failed to do?

Are you experiencing self-sabotage and finding yourself not being productive?

Do you feel guilt and shame about situations that happened in your past?

Are you not able to move forward because your thoughts spin or you have anxiety?

You’re not getting things done because thoughts of your past consume your mind?


Building resilience will help with all of these challenges so that you can move forward and build the life you want!

April 25, 26, 27

1-4 PM each day

I wanted to make the important transformation available in this retreat very affordable and accessible, it is priced at only $195!

Dr. Eva Malanowski is a Transformational Psychologist and Life Coach for relationship trauma and related addictions in Boulder, Colorado. Her specialty is in helping growth-oriented, professionals release the patterns that keep them emotionally stuck and unfulfilled.

Dr. Eva is the author of “Ancestral Trauma and the Deep Roots of Money Blocks.”

Through empathy and compassion, Dr. Eva empowers you to step into your true divine nature and transform the pain of your trauma into a life of meaning and purpose.

Dr. Eva Malanowski

What you will walk away with:

  • More connections with yourself and people in your life
  • Identify meaning in your life and experience a greater sense of it
  • Finding meaning in painful events you’ve had, which will help you transcend your thoughts
  • When you transcend your painful memories, you will find the hidden gem in the pain
  • You will get the awareness to recognize you are experiencing intrusive thoughts
  • You will understand when self-defeating thoughts and behaviors are coming up and you will receive tools to help you deal with the painful thoughts so they don’t throw you off
  • You will get tools as to how to break through the self sabotage, how to manage it, how to ease it, and how to continue to live in your purpose
  • You will receive strategies as to how to break through the old patterns that have kept you stuck, so that you can live a life filled with purpose, joy and confidence!

Retreat times & dates:

April 25, 26, 27

1-4 PM each day

Investment: $195

Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition
76 N Main St, Ste 206
Driggs, ID 83422

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Lodging & Location Details:

The retreat will be located at:
76 N MAIN ST, STE 206
DRIGGS, ID 83422

For those traveling to the retreat, we recommend staying at the  Teton Valley Resort. It is located in the next town of Victor Idaho that is about 10 min. drive from the Mental Health Coalition.

If you wanted an option that is closer to downtown Driggs Teton Valley Cabins is very close. This is on the way up to Grand Targhee Ski Resort offering a more mountain like feeling while still being very close to town.

There are plenty of Airbnb’s. The three towns that make up the valley are; Victor, Driggs and Tetonia (for your search). They are all about 10 min. away from each other.

The two airports are Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Idaho Falls, Idaho. The Jackson Hole airport will be closed April 11th – June 28th.  We have heard that car rentals have been tricky this year so be sure to search ahead of time to make sure there are rentals at the airport, though this is not likely a problem during off season.

Things to do;
Although the end of April is off-season in the Greater Teton Valley some say it is the best time to visit because no one else is here!
Within an hours drive there is;
Grand Teton National Park is open year-round and offers scenic driving and walking/hiking that is accessible even when there is snow on the peaks. Be prepared to walk on groomed snow walkways.
Yellowstone National Park opens in mid-April but can change road openings due to weather (check before you go).
Astoria Hot Springs

In Teton Valley Idaho although the snow is melted on the valley floor the mountains will most likely be covered in snow. Walks and hikes could be accessible at lower elevations and snowshoeing and cross country skiing at higher elevations, especially at Grand Targhee Resort