Knoll Farm Refuge, Fayston VT
September 29 – October 1, 2017
A retreat for educators and facilitators to experience how presence, empathy and body-wisdom can empower learning communities, generate original insight, and creative solutions to complex problems – and create greater joy, connection and flow!
Your capacity to be present, to empathize, and to understand and interpret your body’s wisdom are the very foundation of deep, authentic knowing.
What would happen if we centered these practices in our learning communities, rather than viewing them as accessory or marginal?
At the Teaching as a Sacred Practice Retreat, we will create a learning community of engaged presence. You will experience the joy that arises from awareness and connection, and its power to generate piercing, original insight and creative solutions to complex challenges.