Upcoming Events, Retreats, meet-ups & alcohol-free Trips
Join fellow Café RE members and give back at our yearly service project. 15% of monthly fees are dedicated to working with non-profits who help those affected by addiction. These are very powerful events. A paramount goal of Recovery Elevator is to empower others with knowledge about alcohol and addiction and how to come together as a community to support those who wish to quit drinking. In addition to community outreach, we also might roll up our sleeves and help build homes, improve existing infrastructure and get to know the locals! This event is for Café RE members only.
Come realize the ultimate truth of your nature and existence and experience the oldest surviving religions, customs, and rituals on the planet. India is a birthplace of four great Dharmic Religions of the world namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism, countless sects and yogic and tantric traditions. On this 14 day trip, we hit all the big destinations in India while also getting off the beaten path for a night of glamping and connecting with local communities. On this alcohol-free trip, you’ll connect with the inner child while exploring some of the most spiritually profound locations across the globe. Registration opens February 9th, 2020 and space is limited.
The Recovery Elevator Costa Rica 2022 retreat starts off in the lush cloud forests of Monte Verde and then we head to the beach at Playa Carillo in Guanacaste. We will be visiting Arenal, La Fortuna, Thermal Hot Springs, Isla Chora, and Nosara Beach. Activities include Zip Lining, Horseback Riding, Snorkeling, and stand up paddleboarding. We have space reserved at the two locations for yoga, workshops, meditations, and more. This event is the ultimate combination of alcohol-free travel and retreat. As they say in Costa Rica – Pura Vida 🤙
Hear what people have to say about these life changing events!
“In October 2018 I had the good fortune of being able to travel to Peru with Paul and the RE community. Not only did I gain some new lifetime friends, but we were able to perform service work and quickly developed heartfelt connections within a local Peruvian community. I’ve been forever changed by the experiences on that trip, and I’m looking forward to future adventures with this group!”