A life where you are no longer bound by restrictive food rules. Imagine what it would be like to finally make peace with food and your body. Imagine finding a way to make realistic and sustainable lifestyle changes, and find your healthy weight. Changes that will support your health and well-being for the long run. This is what’s possible when you come to Green Mountain at Fox Run – a health and wellness retreat unlike any other.
Green Mountain at Fox Run is not a weight loss camp or fat farm.
We’re the nation’s oldest retreat exclusively for women who struggle with weight, emotional eating, and binge eating. We have spent over four decades developing and refining our pioneering non-diet strategies to help women end the yo-yo cycle of weight loss and regain.
Our program—based on science and freedom of choice—can help you find peace with food and your body, and permanently end weight struggles.SEE OUR PROGRAM
Escape to our peaceful retreat nestled in the hills of southwestern Vermont. The serene beauty of Vermont provides the perfect backdrop for spending time focused on you.
Indoors, each of our spaces is designed for comfort. We want you to feel at home so you can be yourself, and get back to cherishing who you really are. After an active day of workshops, physical activity, and fun, you can cozy up next to the wood stove in the Okemo Room, or enjoy a board game with fellow participants, while you gaze out over Okemo Mountain in the distance. Then, relax with a soothing, therapeutic massage at the end of the day.
Programs are one, two, three, or four-weeks long. We offer special retreat experiences for mindfulness, weekend intensives for binge/emotional eating, and more.
For more details on program specifics, how long you should stay, room rates, and a typical day’s schedule, check out our retreat programs.
“If you want to reclaim yourself, your life, your joy, your inner peace — even your inner warrior —
I highly recommend Green Mountain at Fox Run.”
— Lauren, Massachusetts
“This is for me but this is also for my family. Because what’s the point of…not truly enjoying yourself. Not being present with your kids and your husband but being somewhere in the past or being scared of something in the future and not having the knowledge of being in my body and feeling comfortable in it and feeling present” – Marisol Peeples, Texas
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