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Sep
20
to Sep 22

*Weird *Women’s Weekend Retreat

If you have registered with Insight Healing Arts for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals HERE

*Weird *Women’s Weekend Retreat (*self-identified) with Tina Bystrom, NBCR, LMT and Marilyn Liepelt, MSW

Friday September 20 at 10:30 am to Sunday September 22 at 4:30 pm
Autumnal Equinox Weekend

Have you ever…
¨ Felt there is a higher purpose, or more to this life than meets the eye?¨ Sensed/felt/seen/smelled/heard or known non-physical presences?
¨ Remembered or dreamed of a past life or (lives or the life of an ancestor)?
¨ Known how others are feeling or what they’re thinking without asking?
¨ Felt physically “stuck” in your tissue or separate from your own body?

¨ Focus on Physical Connections through guided solo and partnered bodywork and movement
¨ Explore your Emotional Intelligence with compassion and empathy toward self and others
¨ Engage your Subtle Awareness as we spend some time in the Land of Possibilities
¨ Integrate each of these aspects/tools to Deepen your Connectedness to Self, Others, Nature, and the Universe with Curiosity, Mindfulness, Movement, and Play

¨ Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of quiet, natural beauty; take a few deep breaths and slow down to greet the tempo of your surroundings
¨ Meet a remarkable group of women, and together explore different and inspiring ways to use the tools you already have, and to cultivate new ones to...
¨ Form meaningful connections with your self, your body, and the people and energies around you, including spirit, nature, and the subtle realms
¨ Dive deep into non-linear perspectives and new ways of interacting with the wholeness of life and universal oneness
¨ With a spirit of curiosity—sometimes probing, sometimes playful—work with the body as its own physical and energetic ecology, with its developed and undeveloped potential for direct connection with both the physical and the subtle
¨ Engage your focus, imagination, and all of your senses to reveal and support a more proactive awareness of your “we”-ness in a “me/they” world
¨ Enjoy delicious, nourishing, fresh, organic meals made with love
¨ Sessions will be held indoors and out
¨ If this resonates with you, you are likely a weird woman
¨ We welcome you to join us for this special weekend

Tina Bystrom, NBCR, LMT, has been a fulltime reflexologist (and closeted energyworker) since 2005 and an out and proud intuitive bodyworker since 2016. Born with “the touch”, but not knowing what the heck to do with it, Tina became a life-long (grateful) recipient of myriad energy- and bodywork, leading to profound physical, emotional, and spiritual healing, as well as a devotion to the power of touch and movement. Along the way, Tina has come to trust and cultivate her subtle senses and healing gifts, and is ignited to share with others what she has learned. It is her joy to offer her second retreat at the delightful Mosswood Hollow over the Autumnal Equinox weekend.  Reflexology RF-60394127  Massage MA-60696519

For over twenty years, Marilyn Liepelt, MSW, has helped facilitate change in those who have abused others, while serving those who have survived abuse. Her passion for assisting folks in making their desired changes comes organically, as does her penchant and priority for her own personal growth. Marilyn is pleased to assist Tina for her second retreat, and to support other “Weird Women" in their desired, personal Equinox adventure. 

 For further information and registration, please email
tina@insighthealingarts.com or visit www.facebook.com/InsightHealingArts

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Sep
27
to Sep 29

Spiritual Alchemy

Spiritual Alchemy: A Healing Five Element Retreat

What is Spiritual Alchemy?
It is the transformation that occurs when we move away from habitual responses and open our hearts to the moment. It is recognizing self as light/love and becoming conscious of our deepest desires and values.
Join cofounders Roxane Geller EAMP & Victoria Summerquist EAMP for an immersive healing retreat and experience the transformative power of the 5 elements. You will learn how the 5 elements influence emotional patterns, subconscious motivations and interpersonal relationships. You will discover your own elemental patterns and learn ways to restore balance and ignite change. From the moment you arrive, you will be nurtured by the natural setting, delicious organic food and thoughtfully appointed accommodations. There will be time for one on one meetings with your guides Roxane and Vickie to make the most of your experience.

Details: Friday 9/27- 12PM-4PM arrival-Sunday 9/29 1PM

Bastyr and SIOM students receive $100 discount.

$675-975 depending on accommodations. Register on Fullslate.

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Oct
23
to Oct 27

AWAKEN: LIVING FROM YOUR HIGHEST POTENTIAL

If you are registered for this workshop, signup for accommodations and meals HERE

AWAKEN: LIVING FROM YOUR HIGHEST POTENTIAL: A 4 - D A Y IMMERSION
with Stacie Beam-Bruce, LICSW, ACHt & Stacy Worley, CAS, RYT-500

Join us in identifying and learning to operate from your own unique constellation of strengths to continue to journey beyond the common blocks, barriers and obstacles we face in this human experience. Through the framework of Archetypes we will delve deeper into how our universal shame, shadow and codependency keeps us stuck in our old patterns and thus dims our strengths that are essential for us to realize and step into our highest potential.

I M M E R S I O N H I G H L I G H T S -Ayurveda -Breathwork -Psychodrama -Group Processes-
Gentle Yoga -Yoga Nidra -Meditation -Chanting

SCHEDULE: 6pm October 23rd - 12pm October 27th, 2019

*With a $100 deposit by September 1st
E A R L Y B I R D R A T E : $ 5 7 5 * R E G U L A R R A T E : $ 6 5 0

Questions & Registration: alivetherapies2018@gmail.com or 601.807.8100.
Learn More: www.alive-therapies.com.

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Nov
8
to Nov 10

At the crossroads with the Wyrd Sisters

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At the crossroads with the Wyrd Sisters

Maybe this isn’t the darkest timeline. Yet we stand at a crossroads.
No matter what happens, there is resistance in hope. If we stand in our power, we may do better than if we listen to despair. And we have help.

Big help.

In this seventh Wyrd Sisters event, with your input, we offer an initiatory journey to confront shadow and return with wisdom for these times.

Friday, November 8, to Sunday, November 10, 2019

For info. and to register http://wyrd-sisters.org/registration/

Of note: We may change format after 2019. If you’ve always wanted to go to a Wyrd Sisters retreat and haven’t, this may be the time.

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Nov
15
to Nov 17

Beginner’s Mind – A Cell-Level Healing Retreat with Joyce Hawkes and Helen Folsom

If you are registered for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals by clicking HERE

What does it mean to heal or be healed? How do we approach health? Where do we find the wholeness we long for?

Explore these questions and more in this experiential retreat with Healing Facilitators Joyce Hawkes, PhD and Helen Folsom, MA, CHT – the Scientist and the Singer. Through music, meditation, hands-on instruction, and laughter, with plenty of good food, and the support of 40 acres of pristine woodland and meadow find yourself on the pathway of renewal and restoration of the body, the mind, and the spirit.

This program is designed for all of us to begin anew and is offered without prerequisites for up to 20 participants from any and all walks of life. Whether you are a newbie or a practiced hand with energy you are welcome to join us.

These retreats fill quickly! If you feel ‘called’ please register soon. A non-refundable deposit of $100 will hold your place, the balance of $200 will be payable by October 14th. Food and Accommodations are separate and payable to our hosts at Mosswood Hollow.

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Sep
13
to Sep 14

Dancing in the Dark

If you plan to attend this workshop, even if you have already told us, please register for rooms and meals. Click  HERE

Dancing in the Dark: Exploring Issues related to Death and Dying through Music, Discussion and Prayer is a workshop in which we will address issues related to death and dying and provide participants with the opportunity to share and explore their thoughts and concerns.   Very practical information about the physical aspects and the psychosocial and spiritual needs of the dying will be presented with ample room for questions and dialogue. In addition, through music, guided imagery, discussion and prayer we will also explore our own views, feelings and concerns about death. This will be both a spiritual and an emotional exploration.

The valuable role of music in working with the dying will also be addressed. Music can be especially meaningful at this time because grief is comprised of love and loss, and in music we can experience beauty and sadness simultaneously.   Music can also express our thoughts and feelings when we are either at a loss for words or simply not ready to broach a difficult subject. There can also be a strong spiritual component to music which can be particularly meaningful and powerful at the end of life.

While we do not know exactly what happens when someone dies, many of us feel that this involves a transition from the physical realm to the fully spiritual realm. Our faith and spirituality greatly affect how we approach death. The writings and teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg are especially meaningful in this regard because they directly address the spiritual realm. While respectful and open to participants of all beliefs, this program will include dialogue around Swedenborg’s teachings and their relevance to our perspective when working with the dying or approaching death ourselves.

For more information, reservations or to RSVP,

Contact Rev. Paul Martin at 425-844-9050, email paul@mosswoodhollow.org
Highlights of the Weekend*:
Friday 7:00 p.m. Presentation and Discussion:  
Introductory Session to the topic of Death and Dying. Will include a guided meditation with music and creative means for processing the experience, as well as discussion.
Saturday Morning Workshop:  
Exploration of the dying process, with a focus on the physical, psycho-social and spiritual dimensions. Will include both presentation and discussion.

Saturday Afternoon Session:
Deeper exploration of our thoughts and concerns about death with a focus on spirituality and music. This will include both open-ended discussion about spiritual ideas and experiences around death, including the enlightening teachings of 18th century mystic Emanuel Swedenborg, as well as how music can be used at different stages to accompany us along the path.

Sunday Morning Worship:  
Celebrating the significance of travelling together and the gift of presence.
Rev. Jenny Caughman, Rev. Paul Martin, Licensed Pastor Helen Barler

 *$45 Workshop Fee includes Saturday night dinner catered by Mosswood Hollow – other meals will be potluck, please let us know what you will be bringing.

Throughout the weekend, there will be ample opportunities for relaxation and recreation in nature.  Mosswood Hollow is surrounded by trees, flowers, and wildlife which can be enjoyed on easy trails or just from the porch. Bring your binoculars for birding!

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Rev. Jenny Caughman
Jenny Martin Caughman is a pastor, musician and mother and brings all of these roles into her work and interaction with others. Jenny was raised in the Swedenborgian Church, her parents both being multi-generation Swedenborgians. Her father was a Swedenborgian minister and served as President of Convention for 7 years. Jenny received her first Masters degree in Music Therapy and then practiced music therapy in a hospital for terminally ill cancer patients for five years.

When she and her husband John moved to Tennessee for his work her life moved in a different direction. She worked for five years as a counselor and advocate for victims of sexual assault and abuse and then focused on her family, having three children, Neall, Alex and Abby. In 2008 she began seminary at the Earlham School of Religion. She graduated with a Masters in Divinity and was ordained into the Ministry of the Swedenborgian Church in the United States and Canada (General Convention) in 2012.

Since that time she has served as the Pastor of Spiritual Care at a United Methodist Church in Oak Ridge, TN where she lives with her husband John. She serves Convention as Chair of the Board of the Center for Swedenborgian Studies and also serves on the General Council. She is committed to service, prayer, working with people to develop their relationship with the Divine, and writing. Her hobbies include reading, music, needlework, yoga, walking in nature and enjoying water, family and good friends.

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Sep
1
to Sep 6

VISIONSEEKER 5: ADVANCED SHAMANIC EXPLORATIONS OF THE NATURE OF THE SELF AND THE NATURE OF REALITY with Hank Wesselman, PhD

For prices and registration, click - HERE

This gathering with anthropologist Hank Wesselman will be of value to those visionaries familiar with the shamanic journeywork method and in touch with their helping spirits and their spirit teachers. The workshop goals will include bringing our three souls into right relationship, exploring the spiritual nature of your foundation and your boundary, investigating your birthrights, your birth responsibilities, and the ancestral grand plan, shapeshifting and merging, the experiencing of time travel, and discovering more about your inner chief. There will be a shamanic healing ceremony toward week’s end. 

Bring hand drums, rattles, an eye shade and notebook. And a power object for the central altar. 

Hank Wesselman PhD., is the author of nine books on shamanism including The Re-EnchantmentThe Bowl of LightAwakening to the Spirit World (with Sandra Ingerman) and the Spiritwalker trilogy

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Aug
30
to Sep 1

Spiritwalker: An Introduction to Shamanic Journeying with Hank Wesselman, PhD

This workshop has been cancelled. Let us know if you would be interested in attending in 2020.

An introductory weekend experiential workshop in which the classic method of shamanic journeywork is taught. Utilizing the way of the shaman, we connect with the inner levels of reality, awareness and experience to find our spirit helpers and teachers, those inner sources who are intimately connected with our life purpose, and who provide us with power, protection, knowledge and support. The weekend includes work with empowerment of self and others and will conclude with a healing ritual.

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Jun
27
to Jun 30

Release Shame & Shine

If you are already registered for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals by clicking HERE

Release Shame & Shine An Experiential Journey Through the Self with Stacie Beam-Bruce, LICSW, ACHt & Stacy Worley, CAS RYT-500

Who do you aspire to be? How do you want to express yourself in the world? And most importantly, what stops you?

In this 3-Day Immersion, we will explore the root of what holds you back. Drawing from several healing modalities, we will work to clear unwanted emotions, beliefs, and energy patterns. This will begin to create the space we need to receive the energy and intention we want to bring into our everyday lives. Join us on this journey as we release what’s blocking us and learn to shine from our true essence.

Info and Registration: info@alive-therapies.com.  or 601.807.8100.

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May
30
to Jun 2

Master Healer with Tiffany Carole

IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THIS WORKSHOP, SIGN UP FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AND MEALS BY CLICKING HERE

Introducing...
Master Healer

Healer * Teacher * Leader

Master Healer is a year long, co-creative program designed to deepen knowledge, discover hidden treasures, and carve out space within you for the Medicine Woman/Man to emerge in full power.
Throughout the process, you'll grow in leaps and bounds as a human being, healer, and leader.  

For workshop registration and information, go here: http://www.tiffanycarole.com/master-healer.html

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May
5
to May 10

Visionseeker 4 - Deity Mysticism and the Mythic Nature of the Self with Hank Wesselman, PhD.

For prices and registration, click - HERE

Our myths are our stories that inform and shape our world-view and our cultural ideals. Such stories are often fictitious, yet within each of them is an eternal truth that explains aspects of the natural world as well as the customs of our society and of ourselves.

We embodied humans are mythic creatures and we cannot function separated from our myths. We literally ARE our myths… and our myths are our sacred ground. Carolyn Myss has said “myths are the batteries of our belief systems, and if our myths are challenged or are discredited, then our world comes crashing down around us … if we are not awake.”

We are now living in a time of unparalleled change in which we can sense a dismantling of our most familiar myths—the myths of our religions, of our nation, as well as the myths of ourselves in relation to the future of our planet. These are the stories that have held the social fabric of our society together for hundreds, even thousands of years.

So how can we as awakened mystics be of service?  In this five day workshop with anthropologist Hank Wesselman, we will utilize the shamanic path of direct revelation to receive and bridge the incoming cultural mythos into being, the new stories that reflect our changing social values, attitudes, and perceptions of our self as we proceed toward the future. In this way, we may be of service to our society as well as to The Mystery that breathes life and wonder into our world.

This workshop will utilize the shamanic journeywork method of meditation, yet all who join us will be welcome. If you have them, bring a hand drum, a rattle, power objects (for the altar), a notebook, perhaps an eyeshade, and a light blanket.

Suggested reading: Hank Wesselman—The Re-Enchantment; Awakening to the Spirit World (with Sandra Ingerman); The Bowl of Light; and the Spiritwalker Trilogy.

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Mar
28
to Mar 31

From Surviving to Thriving

If you are already registered for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals by clicking HERE

FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING: RELEASE THE STORY. RECLAIM YOUR POWER.
A 3-day immersion with Stacie Beam-Bruce, LICSW, ACHt & Stacy Worley, CAS, RYT-500

Do you feel stuck in a cycle of helplessness, resentment, or putting others' needs before your own?
The survival strategies that helped us get through past difficulties can eventually trap us and hold us back. Join us for 3 days of deep transformative modalities that empower you to release old stories and reclaim your potential to thrive, succeed, and flourish.

Questions & Registration: alivetherapies2018@gmail.com or 601.807.8100.
Learn More: www.alive-therapies.com

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Nov
30
to Dec 2

Inward '18: Heart-Centered Entrepreneur Retreat

Inward '18: Heart-Centered Entrepreneur Retreat

Spend three days with an intimate group of heart-centered entrepreneurs as you go inward to create your 2019 vision. You’ll be immersed in nature, with plenty of self-care time, and a chance to create a powerful new year with the love and support of business experts and a beautiful community. For registration or more information, contact noe@worththejourney.com

If you are registered for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals by clicking HERE

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Oct
18
to Oct 21

Embracing the Shadow

If you are registered for this workshop, please sign up for accommodations and meals  HERE

Embracing the Shadow: Uncover the Gifts Hidden in the Dark– 3 Day Immersion
Stacy Worley, CAS RYT-500 and Stacie Beam-Bruce, LICSW, ACHt

We all have parts we’ve kept in the shadows: parts we disown, don’t like or run from.
Yet our shadow parts hold the way to our real brilliance, creativity, and power.
Join us to explore the shadows, uncover our true gifts, and embrace our truth with grace and confidence.

Immersion Offerings:
Group Processes
Psychodrama
Transformational Breathwork
Gentle Yoga
Yoga Nidra
Chanting
Meditation

For more information or to register go to www.5element-living.com or www.centerpointhypnotherapy.com

 

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Sep
2
to Sep 7

Visionseeker 4 - Deity Mysticism and the Mythic Nature of the Self with Hank Wesselman, PhD.

This workshop is full. Please email us if you would like to be put on the waiting list. We do expect Hank to lead two or three workshops here in 2019.

If you are already signed up for the workshop, you can register for a room and meals  here

Our myths are our stories that inform and shape our world-view and our cultural ideals. Such stories are often fictitious, yet within each of them is an eternal truth that explains aspects of the natural world as well as the customs of our society and of ourselves.

We embodied humans are mythic creatures and we cannot function separated from our myths. We literally ARE our myths… and our myths are our sacred ground. Carolyn Myss has said “myths are the batteries of our belief systems, and if our myths are challenged or are discredited, then our world comes crashing down around us … if we are not awake.”

We are now living in a time of unparalleled change in which we can sense a dismantling of our most familiar myths—the myths of our religions, of our nation, as well as the myths of ourselves in relation to the future of our planet. These are the stories that have held the social fabric of our society together for hundreds, even thousands of years.

So how can we as awakened mystics be of service?  In this five day workshop with anthropologist Hank Wesselman, we will utilize the shamanic path of direct revelation to receive and bridge the incoming cultural mythos into being, the new stories that reflect our changing social values, attitudes, and perceptions of our self as we proceed toward the future. In this way, we may be of service to our society as well as to The Mystery that breathes life and wonder into our world.

This workshop will utilize the shamanic journeywork method of meditation, yet all who join us will be welcome. If you have them, bring a hand drum, a rattle, power objects (for the altar), a notebook, perhaps an eyeshade, and a light blanket.

Suggested reading: Hank Wesselman—The Re-Enchantment; Awakening to the Spirit World (with Sandra Ingerman); The Bowl of Light; and the Spiritwalker Trilogy.

$1595 includes tuition, lodging in a double room, and all meals from Sunday dinner through Friday lunch. Other lodging options are available. For registration, click here

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Aug
9
to Aug 12

Reiki Fellowship Reiki Retreat with Eileen Dey Wurst

If you are already registered for the retreat, sign up for meals: here

It's that time of year again to think about returning to the magic of Reiki Retreat, the healing energy of Reiki, the lovely and encouraging support of community, the indulgence of good food, and good times.

 Replenish yourself with a relaxing weekend at lovely and conveniently located at Mosswood Hollow in Duvall, WA.  Retreat includes yoga, inspiring talks, walks, guided meditations, ceremony and of course, Reiki sessions and healing circles.  Open to those new to Reiki & practitioners and teachers of all lineages. 

More info.:  http://www.reikifellowship.com/2018retreat

 

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Jun
7
to Jun 10

Silent Retreat with Kate Bradfield and Jenny Hayo

If you are already registered for this workshop, sign up for accommodations and meals HERE

This yoga and meditation retreat is taught in the Buddhist tradition of Noble Silence. Students refrain from all forms of communication and remain in social silence as a way to deepen their inner experience. The retreat includes daily asana, prāṇāyāma and meditation classes with Dharma talks on the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali and the wisdom of the Buddha.

Jenny Hayo and Kate Bradfield have co-lead silent retreats twice-yearly since 2015. They blend together their teachings from the world of movement and meditation to create a nurturing container in which deep inner work is possible.

More information about the retreat as well as registration:   http://www.uprightrolfing.com/event/silent-yoga-and-meditation-retreat/

 or email: kate@uprightrolfing.com

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