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This course is for women in nurturing roles - yoga teachers, school teachers, community leaders, activists, health care providers, healers, anyone who feels overwhelmed and exhausted from caring so deeply for others, while often at a loss for how to care for themselves.
The term 'Compassion Fatigue' refers to the profound emotional and physical erosion which takes place when one is caring for others, without getting the proper time and space to refuel and rejuvenate themselves.
Using the lens of psychotherapy, the practice of yoga, meditation, philosophy, play and group discussion, we will delve into three major themes of women “over extending” themselves. This retreat will not only rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit, but also help you create personal self-care regiments to truly heal your compassion fatigue. This will allow you to experience sustainable change in the way that you serve yourself, and in turn, the world.
Dates: Friday July 21- Sunday July 23rd, 2017
Time: Daily 10am-6pm ***Nourishing Lunch Provided Daily***
Location: The Om Dome
Cost: $500 + hst
Deposit of $200 to hold your spot. Additional funds due June 28th, 2017.
UPDATE: YURT ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE - Homesteading Yurt is available to rent for this weekend for 2 participants. Fully bedded, full kitchen and bathroom... the unique opportunity to live off the grid, in a Yurt for the weekend! $137.50/night/person
ALSO ONSITE CAMPING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. You will be outfitted with a tent, sleeping pad and full kitchen use to make your own breakfast and dinner. $40/night
Directions: From 403/QEW Take the Highway 6 North (Guelph) exit. Follow to Highway 5 (Dundas St). Take Highway 5 (Dundas St) West for 25km, to Sager Rd. North on Sager Rd for 2km. You will see the White LUNA Project sign and a parking lot on the west side of Sager Rd. Please park here. Hosts will meet you in the parking lot and direct you to the Om Dome yurt.
About your facilitators
Maddi believes in the power and light within each and every individual and empowers her clients, while supporting them in their journey of self discovery. She is a Certified Yoga Instructor, Healer and Intuitive, trained in Spiritual Psychotherapy and Spiritual Direction. She is the co-founder of Ebb+Flow Wellness and hosts Mindful Mama's Clubs both online and in person. Her gifts lie in her curiosity and genuine care for others, their stories, and their need to tell them. She connects with people's essence and creates a safe space for people to begin to explore their inner world. Her aim is to create movement in her clients. This is achieved through her ability to ask clients tough questions and hold space as they dive into the vulnerabilities of their lived experiences. She connects. She bonds. She listens. She has an innate ability to meet people exactly where they are so that they may begin to embrace who they are in this exact moment. This is where the healing process begins. This is how people come Home and reconnect to the truth of who they really are.
Mysticism, movement, deep breaths, curiosity, belly laughs, nature and her passion for compassion; have shaped Trish into the yoga and self inquiry facilitator she is today. Trish’s love of personal inquiry began while training and working professionally as an actor in film and stage, since age 12. Trish was introduced to yoga in 1999, while attending the renowned theatre-acting conservatory, at Ryerson University. She fell in LOVE with yoga in 2006, when she used it as the stepping stone, for healing herself from addiction and depression. Drawing from over 5000 hours of teaching; 1000 hours of study and her creative background as a classically trained actor; Trish is shaping something new and different for participants of her programs. Trish lives in a magical forest, in a yurt - off the grid- with her partner Dave and their dog Timber. Trish’s mission is pure love for self and all beings; through creativity, ritual, practice and mystery.