To talk about bringing The Seventh Prism into your company, contact
Dr. Neil Yeager directly.
"Simple and rustic, yet comfortable, the environment is intended to provide participants with a calm, serene environment, away from the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day demands that typically characterize the lives of those in attendance."
Dr. Neil Yeager
Designer, The Seventh Prism Approach to Work/Life Integration
The Seventh Prism farm is located in Western Massachusetts, one hour north of Hartford/Springfield's Bradley Airport, approximately one hundred miles west of Boston and one hundred and seventy five miles north of New York City.
Located in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, The Seventh Prism Farm is a twenty-one acre farm that is the home of The Seventh Prism Approach to Work/Life Integration and its originator Neil Yeager. The meeting center for Seventh Prism retreats, seminars, and coaching sessions, consists of a two hundred year old barn that has been renovated to accommodate small groups (no more than ten participants attend at a time) and includes a charming dining cottage as well as multiple trails through the pastures and woods, ideal for the kind of reflection that The Seventh Prism encourages.
Simple and rustic, yet comfortable, the environment is intended to provide participants with a calm, serene environment, away from the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day demands that typically characterize the lives of those in attendance.
While high-speed wireless access is available for use when necessary, participants are encouraged to plan ahead in order to minimize distraction from this very intimate process and environment.
Overnight accommodations are available via a nearby new Marriott Courtyard (twelve miles) or several bed and breakfasts. The meeting location is a short and scenic drive for those with their own transportation or rental car. For those arriving via air travel, arrangements can be made to transport you to and from your accommodations to the farm if you prefer.
In addition, the location lends itself to an extended weekend stay. There are many sights to see and the nearby towns of Amherst and Northampton Mass. home of the five colleges: University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, Hampshire College, Smith College, and Mt. Holyoke College create an environment that is both culturally rich and likely to provide those from other regions a real "taste of New England."