Welcome winter with this incredible workshop of deep self-reflection and community.
The mind and the body are not independent and separate but rather are connected and interdependent. What affects the body will often affect the mind, and vice versa. Wellness or illness is not simply a matter of someone's physical state but is also influenced by that person's psychological and social influences as well. Our conversations with our bodies are so significant as far as feeling confident, ashamed, weak or strong. The things we say to our bodies are sometimes not even conscious, it is an overlay, or a filter that we aren't even conscious of. We make contact with the world through our bodies: in nature, with athletics and sports, through music and our sexuality as well. If we don't have a deep and compassionate relationship with our body, we lose out on feeling alive and connected.
The intention of this workshop is to build a dialogue relationship that is loving and healthy. Whether we have weight concerns, illness, injury or disability or perhaps changes in the body from aging, this weekend will use journaling, meditation and yoga to reestablish our access to the body's natural wisdom and to articulate that wisdom.
Our body is the physical manifestation of our spirit, of our whole life's history. Our inner life is the instrument for our most intimate relationships and our most meaningful participation in life as a whole.
Discover more about yourself and your relationship with your most intimate and private self. Re-live the history of your body in order to heal your relationship with it.
Friday, November 8th
7 - 10pm:
Saturday, November 9th
Sunday, November 10th
9:00am - 12:00pm:
Cost: $295 + GST. This includes yoga, meditation, and all journaling sessions as well as a beautiful and replenishing dinner