"...we are being called to go deeper within and do inner work...look at the world as a hall of mirrors and ask yourself:
What can I be responsible for?
What do I need to heal and transform within me that can impact the collective?
...you have that power to transform the world. We all do."
- Tanya Lynn
About this event
September 9 & 10, 2022 | 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. PST
In this two-day virtual retreat, we will connect, create and heal with each other.
Each day will include three (3) sessions, two (2) 30-minute resting periods and end with an introspective activity. The sessions will be led with feminine energy concepts and focus on your mind, body and soul to leave you with a new sense of self.
You can register for one or both days. Full-day participation is required. Registration will close at 8 a.m. PST on September 9 & 10.
Who is this for?
This retreat is designed for any individual who wants to heal in a safe group setting. All ages are welcome!
This is held virtually to allow those who don’t have the access or resources to leave their space or who feel most comfortable in the environment of their choice. Videos may be kept off for privacy or comfort. All sessions will be in English and will use Zoom's auto-captioning feature. The sessions will NOT be recorded to ensure privacy and confidentiality. (Some sessions may require long periods of standing.)
The energy exchange for this retreat is being offered as “donate what you can.” This practice of economic justice allows participants at any financial level, the opportunity to attend while also ensuring that the host and facilitators are compensated for their time and effort. Please donate whatever you can! Thank you in advance for your contribution!
(For guidance, a suggested donation range is $20 – $50 for each day and a pay-it-forward donation is $75 for each day. Read more about the practice of economic justice here.)
This is a safe space and judgment-free zone
The intention is to listen and to learn from each other
Give yourself permission to let go
What happens here stays here
Acknowledge that everyone has different backgrounds and life experiences
Be comfortable with silence in giving and in receiving