Can we let go all of all that is holding us back? Can we learn to let go of the 'stuff' we carry that doesn't serve us anymore? What would it be like if we found the gifts of forgiveness, love, and purpose in this life? And can we live freely pursuing it today and everyday?
Come play with us in this six-hour retreat in the mountains. Your day starts off in a cute little cabin in the woods, followed by a journey with us in to the forest for a very full-day of yoga, creative play, meditation, ceremony, emotional exploration, introspection and storytelling
All of this followed by a delicious lunch catered by Globe Cafe! Check out the event description for more details.
Date: July 15, 2017 9-3pm
Location: 5315 Big White Road, Kelowna, British Columbia V1P1P3
GENERAL FLOW OF THE DAY:
9:00 --- Meet & Greet
9:15 --- OPENING CEREMONY --- Sacred Smudge...
9:45 --- The Story of the Great Return - Near Death Experience
10:15 --- Hike & Connect --- Understanding Impermanence: The Secret to Fully Conscious Living
11:00 --- Freedom from saṃsāra: Discussions on Karma/Destiny
11:15 --- Meditative Movement/Yoga Session
12:00 --- BREAK
12:10 --- Yoga Nidra (Visualization Meditation): The Power of Witnessing our Death
12:40 --- Hike back to Village Centre
1:10 --- LUNCH (Discussions/Questions)
2:00 --- Journaling Session
2:30 --- CLOSING CEREMONY --- Ho'ponopono Teachings: Mantra on Forgiveness
For more information please check out the Facebook Link
Sign-up and Register via Eventbrite by clicking the link below
SPOTS ARE LIMITED
Bring: journal, pen, blanket
Lunch & new friends included
--------- ABOUT THE HOSTS ----------
Sarah Snow had a near death experience in 2016. When she awoke from her coma, she realized that her dharma (souls mission) was to share the profound teachings she received in this space with others. A Holistic Nutritionist, Reiki Healer, Yoga/Meditation facilitator, and Artist/Photographer, she is dedicated to living a life of service to others and Mother Earth by leading from the heart, practicing presence and sharing the messages that come from our collective consciousness.
Tamara is a storyteller, writer, and yoga teacher living as a mountain mama in the alpine. She spent her 20's experiencing as much of life as possible: dancing barefoot, eating exotic food, and travelling the world looking for ways to help others. It wasn't until she settled into mat leave that she remembered that the best ability we have to help others comes from creating true peace within ourselves. Her "yoga" is finding connection through breath, community, and nature. It's playing witness to ourselves as we move through this beautiful life, giving us the ability to live it with the fullest intention.