We have office rentals available. Our long term intention for this building is to have a holistic health clinic with healing arts practitioners sharing the space. Right now we are open to renting the rooms to any like-minded individuals looking for creative work space.
Because of the ReTribe programming being held on this land, we expect quite a bit of traffic which can feed your business. There will be families dropping off and picking up their children from Forest School and camps, people coming to eat in our dining hall, to do transformational programming, yoga, meditation, etc.
The building has 10 rooms, a bathroom, a foyer/waiting room, a shared room that can be used as a conference room or living room area and a small kitchenette.
The rooms are varied in size making the rental price range from $150-500 per room per month including utilities.
Drea Tremols is a transplant to Vermont from Charleston, South Carolina. She graduated from the BodySoul Massage School in St. Albans, Vermont after which she started Soul Vibration Massage Therapy & Wellness. She has partnered with the fantastic team at Cedarwood Natural Health Center in South Burlington where she enjoys working with patients from all walks of life as she supports their chiropractic care with massage and sports therapy. Recently, she expanded her office to Underhill, Vermont at the ReTribe land. She has practiced meditation and energy healing work for over 10 years and is a Master Reiki practitioner. She holds workshops and classes in energy healing, mindfulness meditation, advanced deep tissue, Ashiatsu and Thai yoga massage. After contracting Lyme disease, she became passionate about supporting the healing journey of others with the disease and offers support through wellness consultation, massage and guided visualization groups. When she is not working with clients to increase well-being, you can find her cutting flowers, climbing mountains, taking pictures and playing music in and around the beautiful Green Mountains.
Maria Lewis, LPN is a licensed professional nurse, and an experienced aromatherapist from New York who recently relocated to Vermont. She is a member of NAHA (The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy). Maria offers an alternative way of enhancing the body's ability to heal itself by using essential oils. Specific and unique blends of oils are created for every individual – and for the whole body – to increase or decrease the biological substances that are creating internal imbalances.
The green mountains called Sara to Vermont in 2015 to study massage. She is continually in awe of the ways in which massage therapy can reset physical, emotional, mental, & spiritual well-being. She offers an intuitive blend of Swedish and deep tissue techniques, gently tapping into the language of the body and then offering trigger point therapy in tighter areas. Sara loves to incorporate elements of the natural world such as hot stones, herbal oils, & aromatherapy into her sessions. When not offering bodywork you can find Sara spending time in the woods with her cat, working on crafts, or creating in the kitchen.
Brittany is a massage therapist and yoga instructor born and raised in Vermont. She has a passion for healing and has studied mental health issues and how massage therapy and yoga can play an important supporting role in the healing process for trauma, and other mental health issues. Brittany spends most of her free time exploring the outdoors with her two children and dogs.
She has completed a 625-hour Asian Bodywork course at Elements of Healing in Vermont, as well as 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Vermont.
She is trained in a number of bodywork modalities such as Amma therapy, Shiatsu massage, acupressure, Gua Sha, pediatric massage, moxibustion, and cupping therapy and combines any number of these techniques in a treatment based on your needs.
Brittany has been practicing yoga regularly since her early teen years. Her yoga practice and teaching are primarily Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Restorative, and breathwork. She enjoys working one on one as well as leading group classes.
Shared Hangout Room
This pond flows into Stevensville creek and is great for swimming.
Where we can play big field games, play volleyball and basket ball on the courts and where we can grow gardens to provide fresh produce for our community using regenerative agricultural methods.
14 Maple Leaf Rd
Underhill, VT 05489
Come and join us!