Reconnecting to Life/The Work That Reconnects workshops and retreats engage heart, mind and spirit in the task of deepening and repairing our connections to ourselves, our human community and all planetary life.

 

Reconnecting to Life is a safe and transformative group process, led by highly skilled facilitators, in which we celebrate the joy and beauty of life, open to our true place in nature, and share witness to our deepest feelings about the challenges facing our troubled world.

Drawing on dialogue, ritual, contemplation, experiences in nature and a range of creative processes, we explore new ways of seeing that support a heart-felt and sustainable engagement with the world. Finding strength in our interconnectedness, we access the courage to speak our deepest truth and the creativity necessary for bringing our gifts into the service of life.

 

Upcoming Events:

The Work That Reconnects- Kamloops

This non-residential weekend offers transformative processes for our difficult times. Gathering in community we will explore ideas and activities that enable us to bring our unique gifts more fully into the service of life. Facilitators have training and experience in the Work That Reconnects, a pioneering form of group work developed by Joanna Macy. The workshop also integrates diverse influences  and experiences.

Location and Date:  Kamloops, Secwepemc Territory, BC, May 25 & 26, 2019

Cost: $200 prior to April 15. $225 after. Partial scholarships available.

FacilitatorsJackie Larkin,  Olive Dempsey

Registerreconnectworkshopkamloops@gmail.com

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The Work That Reconnects – July 5 – 09, 2019

A five day residential retreat held in a stunning setting atop a hillside on Bowen Island. This retreat is made very accessible through the generosity of Rivendell. This longer workshop is an opportunity to more deeply explore, repair and celebrate  our relationships with all life on earth. Maggie and Jackie have been co-facilitating for more than 15 years.

Rivendell Retreat Centre

Location: Rivendell Retreat Centre, Coast Salish Territory, Bowen Island

Dates: July 5- July 09, 2019

Cost: $450. Partial scholarships available. Not including accommodation which is by donation.

FacilitatorsJackie Larkin, Maggie Ziegler

To Register:  ziegler.maggie@gmail.com or  jlarkin@gddc.com