Friday, Dec 30th and Saturday, Dec 31st
from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, lunch included
We invite you to take time to step back and look at your life and ask important questions. Maybe this year more than other years, we need to step outside of the chaos and find our ground. Only then can we see who we are beyond our fear in the light of love and connection.
Various tools for expression are available during this time, including Sand Tray, SoulCollage®, Journaling and Visual Journaling.
These reflection days are a perfect time to look at how and where we’ve been caught this past year in patterns that tighten the grips of self protection. It is a good time to release the way we grip out of fear or overwhelm. To take time to let go, to surrender, to honor who you really are underneath the things that cover you.
And then to ask yourself:
What do I want to invite into my own heart in the New Year? What is the nourishment I really, really need and how will I sing my own song and share it with others around me? With the New Year comes new potential. What will the New Year bring and what will I bring to the New Year? This is not so much about resolutions which are often about goals we set and a sense of trying to will things to happen, but to open to receiving. What will I welcome into 2017?
One Day Workshop on either Dec 30th or Dec 31st
Early Bird $115 until Dec 20th
after Dec 20th $140
Extended Retreat on Dec 30th and Dec 31st
Early Bird $305 until Dec 20th
after Dec 20th $340
To Register contact Gogo Ekhaya at 949 331 2851
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
contact Gail @ 949-552-1633.
Some scholarships available for One Day Workshop.
Facilitator: Gail Warner, MA, MFT
Gail is the founder of Pine Manor, therapist and seasoned facilitator who supports people to follow the thread of self-exploration with curiosity and compassion. She weaves inquiry, SoulCollage®, sand tray, journal writing, and sharing into the day. Gail has a private practice in Mission Viejo, California.
“Take what shows up on your plate and transform it until it feeds you.”