TECHNOLOGY ADDICTION LEADS TO:
Depression, Anxiety, and Sleep Deprivation
We need to get into a space free of technology. Where cooking together, laughing together, hugging and discussing are at the heart of the relationship.
This is our retreat experience.
~ Caitlin Hoffman, Bi-Coastal Retreats Founder
Gaming all night long?
Struggling to have meaningful
'face to face' conversations?
Living on the internet?
Losing control of their life?
Panicking when their phone is not close by?
Failing to Gain:
Social Emotional Skills?
Develop Healthy Relationships?
Practice Responsible Decision Making?
To Any Of These
OUR RETREATS HELP YOU...
and relish your independence.
Cultivate a deeper awareness of your surroundings
new skills that
don't require technology.
GET READY TO FEEL
ENGAGED in a new relationship with technology.
CONNECTED to yourself, others and community.
RESOLVED to ditch your device.
GROUNDED in the present moment.
PREPARED to guide those around you in ways
they too can experience the joy of unplugging.
Are face to face relationships in peril or redefined?
We need to get into a space free of technology where cooking together, laughing together, hugging and discussing are at the heart of the relationship. This is our retreat experience.
CAITLIN HOFFMAN, BI-COASTAL RETREAT FOUNDER
Shop, cook, and enjoy communal meals.
Gather driftwood and build a bonfire.
Go clamming, canoeing, hiking, fishing.
Design a labyrinth.
Weave a basket.
Tour Rossport in a Gator.
Create an underwater sculpture.
Stumble on adventures without a GPS.
Explore Eleanor Roosevelt's summer house on
Campobello, a Canadian Island!
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
It was AWESOME! After two days I realized I don't need or miss my phone and iPad. It's more social, We're actually talking to one another.
In Eastport everyone knows everyone. At home there are too many people to think about knowing everyone. Technology isn't the enemy but how we use it. I don't like how it's controlling our lives.
The sunrises and tides are amazing in Eastport!
I love the beauty of the area, exploring the local shops, searching for sea glass, attending the symphony and more.
Setting aside my phone and trying new adventures was completely refreshing.