RETREATS

FAQs

What city do I fly to?

You fly into Billings-Logan International airport in Billings, Montana. When you reserve your retreat, you will be guided into our Guest Portal and receive all travel details.

Do I need to know how to ride a horse?

Not at all. There will be no riding of horses on your first visit, and you will be guided through safety at every encounter. Not having horse experience makes your visit with us even more fun and magical. Horse Experience

What will the food be like?

The food is all real food. We serve a 70% plant-based diet. Our animal proteins are locally sourced and sustainably managed. Our meals are all dairy-, sugar- and gluten-free. We can accommodate vegan guests easily. There is no alcohol served unless your group is buying out the whole week and this is a personal request.

What will the accommodations be like? Will I be sharing a room?

You will have your own room unless you choose to sleep with someone, and they also agree to sleep with you. Couples may choose to reserve separate rooms for an optimal experience. Having your own space is very important to us. In some instances, you will be sharing a bathroom in a hall facility or through a Jack and Jill bath. Remember, you are coming to our home, so we are not designed to be a hotel environment. It is homey by design.

What shall I pack?

You will receive a full packing list in the guest portal after your reservation is complete. The short answer is play clothes. No fancy stuff here, or we will laugh at you like my family used to do to me.

Do I need a rental car?

Nope. We will pick you up and drop you off. Any travel to our day trips or off-site immersions will be provided.

How many people will be in the retreats?

Most retreats will have a total of 6 attendees. We keep our numbers low based on the intimate nature of the experience. Your company or group can buy out any week if you want to ensure you are with your friends or teammates. An individual is welcome to buy out the week at the full six attendee price.

Are children allowed to be a guest?

Only adults over 18 are welcome to our retreats. The experiences we provide and excel in are based on our skillsets around mature questions and answers that support adult intentions and are not geared towards children’s topics.

Can I bring my dog?

As dog lovers, we are so sorry to respond that you cannot bring your dog. We have several ranch dogs that are protective over their land, and more importantly, we have horses. Dogs that are not used to horses can easily be injured by not understanding the horse’s need to protect themselves against a predator animal they don’t know.

Is Oniya a non-profit organization?

No. We need to make a profit to be self-sustainable and support the large budgets it takes to run a ranch with livestock. Who knew? I know now. However, we do have a 501c3 called the Heart Brand Foundation. This foundation is focusing on our small towns in Montana. We want to support well-being and economic development in both Plentywood and Roberts, Montana, as a start to create a model for small-town America. Ask us for more information when you visit.

Let’s book it!

HOW TO VISIT ONIYA

Request for your desired week on the link below.

An Oniya team member will contact you to finalize your request through a brief interview.

During that call, you will complete your reservation and schedule your intention call with Kristi Overgaard.

Your experience will be created around your intentions.

START YOUR RESERVATION