General Retreat Information

Reservations for all retreat programs can be made via our website registration system or by calling 1-877-787-1741 during our office hours.

Arrival and Departure

The retreat begin Sunday evening. Arrival time is generally between 2-4 pm. The retreat will run through the following Sunday morning. Departure time is generally 10 am. If you are needing different times, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Travel Arrangements

The Mini-Health Retreat takes place in Grayling Michigan, on the campgrounds of Camp Au Sable. If you are flying in, you should plan to arrive in Lansing, MI or Grand Rapids, MI.

Address: 2590 Camp Au Sable Rd Grayling, MI 49738

Family Participation

A discount off the full registration price is given to spouses of attendees. Spouses are encouraged to attend and participate in the lifestyle program. This family involvement encourages the continuation of the program at home.

Medical Records

We ask that if  you do have your medical records, that you bring them with you. If you don’t have them, please ask your Medical Service Provider to give them to you. Please ask for your most recent history and physical report, and the results of any lab work and diagnostic testing in the last two years. If you don’t have a recent blood work-up, you can have one done onsite (we have worked out a deal with the local hospital to get you as low a price on the work-up as possible).


We ask that you bring all the medications and supplements that you are currently taking with you, and enough for the time that you are with us. Also we ask that you let your medical provider know that you are starting a lifestyle retreat, and that they may need to adjust your medications after the retreat.

Diabetics need to bring their own glucose monitor, and sufficient strips and lancets for your period of stay (testing 4-6 times per day).

What NOT to Bring
  • Junk food, tobacco or alcohol products are prohibited on the property.
  • Illicit drugs or substances that can be used to alter your consciousness.
  • Candles, incense or anything that has a naked flame or produces smoke.
What to Bring
  • Personal toiletries
  • Towels
  • Dietary supplements and medications
  • Insurance cards and current medical records
  • Diabetics: glucose monitor, sufficient strips and lancets for your period of stay (testing 4-6 times per day)
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
  • Bathing suit/trunks
  • Bathrobe
  • Casual clothes adapted to the season (please, no short shorts, sleeveless tops or tight clothing)
  • Warm comfy jacket (for winter weather)
  • Nightgown/pajamas
  • Dress clothes for special occasions

Wireless internet connection is available in the main auditorium and some guest rooms.


Laundry facilities are not available on the campgrounds. Please plan to have enough clothes to last you for the week.


Unfortunately you cannot bring your pets with you.


You are welcome to bring your cell phones, and the coverage for the major carriers is good.


Serenity is ever sought – intentionally there are no TV’s in the rooms.


Family and friends are welcome to visit you when you have free time during the week or on the weekend. If you would like them to eat with you, arrangements can be made in advance.