Registration for RetreatMigaine is now closed.
April 12-14, 2019
Embassy Suites, San Antonio Brooks Hotel & Spa
San Antonio, Texas
Connecting Experiencing Healing
RetreatMigraine is a conference led by and focused on people living with migraine disease.
The retreat will provide support, community, disease and treatment education, advocacy training, and complementary therapy experiences.
RetreatMigraine is a
for those living with migraine disease
Led by fellow migraine community members, the retreat will provide disease and treatment education, advocacy training, and complementary therapy experiences.
At RetreatMigraine, our goal is to support and strengthen our community from the inside out.
- Learn ways to better manage your migraine disease
- Build relationships with other people living with migraine
- Understand the importance of combating stigma
- Experience a broad range of complementary therapies including yoga, meditation, social support, massage, salt cave immersion, and other
- Discover different ways to advocate and how to put your story into action
- Relax in the Art & Crafts Therapy Room
- This event is designed to be migraine-friendly: fragrance free, accommodating lighting, and diverse food options.
- 3 days, 2 nights (double occupancy)
Welcome amenities & salt cave spa experience
- All meals, with migraine-friendly options
- Airport shuttle service
- Opportunities to relax, rest or spend time with others
The registration fees will be as follows:
Migraine Patient (double occupancy) - $100 per person
Migraine Caregiver (double occupancy) - $200 per person
Migraine Patient (single occupancy) - $300 per person
Registration for the retreat will include two nights of lodging at the event hotel, transportation to and from the airport*, all meals, and all experiences** in the RetreatMigraine program.
Travel scholarships will be available and the application for these will be part of the registration process.
RetreatMigraine is the patient community taking charge of our disease.
We will discuss how to best manage migraine and call on society to treat us with the respect, empathy, and support we deserve.
The retreat will be experiential and celebratory, making social connections and empowering advocacy efforts that will endure for years to come.