Located on sacred land that was home to the Potawatomi Native People, Loghaven was crafted by hand of logs and stones with intent as a sanctuary for healing. Red-tailed hawks, sandhill cranes, great-horned owls, deer, coyote, and bullfrogs are among its seasonal inhabitants. A tipi and sweat lodge grace its landscape, and our organic gardens produce food for the body, contemplation for the mind, and flowers for the spirit. Appaloosa horses roam the fields, and our Welsh Corgi, Charity, and Papillon, Dakota, delight in greeting all who come.
At Loghaven you will join others who are learning new ways of living in relationship with one another and the earth and its creatures as we acknowledge the Oneness of us all. We seek ways of shedding old, limiting behaviors as the snake sheds its skin in preparation for new growth, and reclaim energy lost through trauma, pain and living life on life’s terms. Here you can open to healing for your body, mind and spirit in sacred space dedicated to helping you uncover your authentic self.
Workshops, intensives, and individual healing sessions at Loghaven offer the opportunity for self-change and self-healing with support from like-minded people on their own path to personal freedom. A Drumming Circle gathers monthly, and classes in shamanic journeying and other spiritual practices are offered. Traditional Native American Sweat Lodge Ceremonies and Visionquest are held on the land.
Simple, shared lodging accommodations are available for workshops and retreats on a first-come, first-served basis, For information on cost and availability for the event you are interested in, please contact Eve directly. Additional accommodations are available at the Best Western Plus in Antioch.
Loghaven is located near Antioch, Illinois, about an hour from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, and forty-five minutes from Milwaukee’s Mitchell Field.