• Private Cabin Oceanfront – CAD $4,205.00
  • Single w/ensuite Oceanfront – CAD $3,205.00
  • Single w/ensuite – CAD $3,005.00
  • Single w/shared bathroom – CAD $2,580.00
  • Couple w/ensuite Oceanfront – CAD $4,995.00
  • Couple w/ensuite – CAD $4,600.00
  • Couple w/shared bathroom – CAD $4,205.00
  • Twin w/ensuite oceanfront – CAD $2,500.00
  • Twin w/ensuite – CAD $2,300.00
  • Twin w/shared bathroom – CAD $2,100.00
  • Three-share w/shared bathroom – CAD $1,895.00
  • Women Dorm – CAD $1,650.00
  • Male Dorm – CAD $1,650.00
  • Mixed Dorm – CAD $1,650.00
  • Tent Site Single – CAD $1,625.00
  • Tent Site Couple – CAD $3,000.00
  • Commuter – CAD $1,450.00
  • All Packages Include CAD $1,325.00 Tuition

Date & Time Details:
Program begins: May 31
Program ends: June 5
Click here to view a sample program schedule.

Generous: $850 CAD
Standard: $750 CAD
Reduced: $650 CAD
(5 Nights)

Pricing Note: We ask that you select the tier that is most appropriate for your financial situation. The “Generous” tier will support Hollyhock in continuing to offer meaningful programs and also support your fellow community members who are experiencing financial hardship.

Rooms & Meals: Rates listed below include room, 3 meals per day, use of hot tubs, and campus facilities. Tuition not included.

Room Type Nightly Rate 4 Nights / 5 Days 5 Nights / 6 Days
Private ensuite $451 $1,806 $2,257.15
Private shared bathroom $366 $1,462 $1,828
Twin shared bathroom $270 $1,081 $1,351.63
Dorm $180 $720 $900

All bookings are subject to a 10% campus fee and applicable taxes. Click here for more room types and rates.

Scholarships : Hollyhock recognizes that economic opportunity is not currently equal for all; we encourage and welcome anyone registering for a program to apply for a scholarship. Scholarship applications are open. Click here to learn more and apply.

Sliding scale tuition and scholarships are two of the tools we use to increase program accessibility, but we are unable to combine them. All scholarship funds granted will be applied to standard tuition pricing.

Terms & Conditions: You may find terms & conditions here.

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A Training in Lateral Liberation

With Kim Haxton

May 31 - June 5, 2024

This is a time of high polarity.

The need for genuine restoration has far-reaching implications as leaders seek vision and all people seek direction to address the mounting pressure of a system incongruous with the values of the natural world.

This immersive training encourages the “lateral liberation” of consciousness by drawing from the embodied knowledge of Indigenous peoples. Moving people through a personal process of questioning what is the truth and what is simply constructed – effectively rupturing what we “know.” True expression of respect, harmony, inclusion, equity can come from this place.

We will use the 7 medicines that are universal for healing: singing, dancing, storytelling, meditation, laughter, sharing food and connecting to the natural world. 

With deep respect.

“Kim Haxton’s capacity to move deftly from modality to modality (art, bodywork, Ceremony, academic theory, Western psychology) is a skill I have never encountered so fully; she is deeply knowledgeable in each of these areas, is able to use the language of each to translate to the other, and does so in a way that creates wholeness rather than micro-differentiating. Ironically, it is Kim Haxton’s depth of expertise in each of these fields that allows her to create a learning ecology of safety that invites risk, and, therefore, true transformation but was reminded that being seen, being “held” and being led with accountability, compassion and humor — not surprisingly — had therapeutic results on the intellectual, social, psycho-spiritual and physical levels. It became apparent to me that political change must begin in this way in order to succeed. It was an action of the personal-as-political, the political-as-personal, both paradigms as artmaking, both as spiritual, as somatic.”  – Jeanette Platana, past participant

Daily Schedule

A detailed schedule will be available at least 2 weeks in advance of the program. View sample schedule here.


Kim Haxton
Kim Haxton (Potowatomi) is from the Wasauksing First Nation in Ontario. She has worked across Turtle Island and abroad in various capacities but always with a focus on local leadership. Her deep understanding of the need for genuine restoration has far-reaching implications as leaders seek vision and all people seek…
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