FAQ

 

Two 5 day retreat per month. You may stay longer if you choose and if available. To see the schedule go to: http://wcwctn.com/?page_id=551.

You rise early, drink water, help prepare breakfast, then walk or have some personal time. After this breakfast is served; This consists of plenty of raw fruit, and if it is not a raw food retreat a cooked grain such as whole grain waffle, French toast, blueberries muffins etc. The morning and afternoon activities are hydrotherapy, clay baths, gardening, light chores, herbal salve and healthy soap classes, and other heath classes or videos, walking; and there will be time for relaxation and reading. Lunch consists of a large salad and some cooked beans or vegetables. Having no supper, and enjoying a large breakfast, is one of the most important health principles that greatly generates good health. A power point health lecture s are given  explaining these great health principles, empowering you with motivation to continue at home, what you have learned here. Lights are out early that you may be ready to rise with energy in the morning. You are invited but not required to come to an evening and early morning devotional time with readings and exhortations from the Bible; our detailed schedule is listed on the events page and can be accessed here: http://wcwctn.com/?page_id=551

Yes, if not coming during retreat times. We have rooms to accommodate singles, couples or small families. If you are coming for a retreat you will be expected to share a room with one other person.

We can possibly provide transportation  for a fee; call to make arrangements. The airport at Nashville, TN is about two hours from the center and Knoxville, TN airport is about 1.5 hours away.

Yes, we offer Wi-Fi connection or if need we can provide RJ-45 direct connect. Most cell phones work in the main building. Each room also has a phone and we have a flat rate long distance plan for U.S. only.

There is a $50.00 deposit for the retreats. Please mail this to 332 Pine Flat Rd. Deer Lodge TN.

Please bring walking shoes, a 3 lb dumb bell (for women) 5 lb (for men), l casual & comfortable clothes for working in the garden, boots for possible muddy work in the garden, slippers & robe, personal bath items, swim suit for hydrotherapy or undergarments are fine for the hydrotherapy and clay baths. Please note that the clay may stain the garments. Please do not bring colognes or perfumes because of the sensitivity of some guests.

Yes, if coming with a health guest, a suggested donation of  $30.00 per day for the retreat sessions. If the child is doing therapies the cost will be $20 more. Call us with any questions

Yes. A receipt will be issued with every donation. This is a Non-Profit organization, supported, operated and organized by caring health advocates that have your health as their top priority. It is through loving donations and sacrificing volunteer work that we are able to offer our service to you at an amazingly low cost. Please contact all that could benefit form these life changing retreats. If you would like to support WCWC please mail your donations to White Creek Wellness Center 332 Pine Flat Rd. Deer Lodge TN. 37726  

Yes depending on staff availability. When not coming at retreat times, the suggested donation is $70.00 per day.  You would need to come to a 5 day retreat before you come on off retreat times or come to a retreat prier to the off retreat times to stay additional days. This will give you time to see real results. The first 5 days will be geared more on instruction and learning how to utilize the spa. The extra week or so will also get you through any days of ill feeling from all the toxins that your body is releasing. This cleansing usually happens around the 7-14 day of being on this type of  program.

Yes. We have a day or two set aside for juicing in the scheduled, or you can juice longer if you want.  Let us know if you plan to do a long juice fasting so that we may have the fruits and vegetables ahead of time.


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