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~You are invited~

Please come and join us and listen to the voices of wisdom at Yumtha

 

THERE ARE NO CLASSES SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME:

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FOR TREATMENTS AND PERSONAL CONSULTATIONS : CONTACT DR BONAS

 


Yumtha Metta Care Center
4115 Ross Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472
707-829-6893

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THERE ARE NO CLASSES SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME:

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST

 

 

 

Jami Sieber CONCERT

Saturday,7:30 pm October 23
Confirm Your / Seats buy your Tickets today

come at 7 pm

Hawaii Sept 4-11-2010

SIGN UP

Tropical Healing Journey’s for women

who have had cancer:

Hawaii Sept 4-Sept 11, 2010

yumtha@msn.com

 

May 10

MONDAY EVENINGS

6-7:30 PM

MEDITATION : TONGLEN PRACTICE

Open to everyone

   meditations for Compassion and Healing

resumes in October

 

   

Sept 4-11

Women’s

Meditation Healing Retreat in Hawaii

 

SEPTEMBER 4-11-2010

 

 

 

 

 

Jami Sieber CONCERT/ Jami’s  concerts will sell out…sign up early!
Jami SieberYou Are Invited To a Yumtha Center Benefit House Concert with Jami Sieber, Electric & Acoustic Cellist, Vocalist and composer

Saturday,

7:00 pm October 23
Confirm Your / Seats buy your Tickets  today

 

 

Join us for an evening of music with the “Rumi of sound”, and penetrating music created by the amazing and truly gifted performer Jami Sieber.
The benefit is for Yumtha: MettaCare Center,  in Sebastopol, CA.  Yumtha is a center for living and healing, as well as a center for education that supports,  “end of life spiritual practices” from different multi-cultural traditions. These practices nurture us to live fully, while supporting us in a time of need, personally, with friends and with our family.

Reserve your seat $25.00

 

 

1]-Email RSVP to yumtha@msn.com

 

2]-House Concert: Space is limited
Seats are Confirmed by mailing a check to:

 

 

 

YUMTHA/Concert Box 76 Graton, CA 95444

 

 

Contact: Dr Anna “Noe” Bonas DC LAC OMD

 
yumtha@msn.com


Concert Fee: $25~ reserves your seat for an evening of soulful healing, a mystical delight.

 


Arrive and Mingle 7:00 p.m.

(please bring a beverage, dessert, savory hors d’oeurve  to share,

we will provide, tea and water)

 
Performance 7:30 p.m.


(Location and directions below)


Donation:  $25 person
Send your name, check/number of attendees and phone number to

Yumtha Meta Care Center Box 76, Graton, CA 95444


Seating is limited to the first 60 respondents!


 About House Concerts


House Concerts are currently becoming more popular throughout the country.  The following is a quote from a website by people who produce monthly house concerts and states my thoughts about our project so beautifully that it made me just take the lazy way out and use the old "quote" marks:

 
"WHAT is a house concert? A house concert is a chance to experience music in a warm and intimate environment. It's when someone opens up their home and invites you into their living room (and in our case our music studio) to share in a performance by one of their favorite musicians. It's a chance to meet the performers and get them to sign their CD. A house concert is also a great social evening of friends and neighbors.

 
WHY would anyone do this? We open up our home to our friends and neighbors because we want to share great music with them. In the area where we live -- like most of the world today -- there are few venues where people can go to experience great music in a close and friendly environment. Great music makes us happy and we want to share that with others around us. These events allow us to give exposure to some incredible musicians whose talents we truly believe in and wish to help promote."

 

 

Your host,

Dr. Anna Bonas

Embrace Health Care

Yumtha MettaCare Center

4115 Ross Rd, Sebastopol CA 95472

 

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The Retreat Room
Home and Health Care Office of Dr. Anna Noekeala Bonas

Yumtha: Center for Conscious Living and Dying

Future: Buddhist Residential Care, Hospice,

Meditation and Conference Center

707-829-6893
4115 Ross Rd ( map quest)
Sebastopol, CA 95472


Below are directions from Hwy 101. If you are coming from a different direction,

please use Mapquest to get your personalized directions www.mapquest.com

TAKE HWY 101 TO HWY 12 TOWARD SEBASTOPOL
GO TO THE SECOND SIGNAL...
FULTON TURN RIGHT
GET INTO LEFT TURNING LANE.. IMMEDIATELY
TURN LEFT   ONTO OCCIDENTAL ROAD
CONTINUE ON OCCIDENTAL RD UNTIL YOU  COME TO A SIGNAL..
THE SIGNAL IS HWY 116... TURN RIGHT..
GO ABOUT 2 .7 MILES TO  GREEN VALLEY RD... TURN LEFT
GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THE HILL TO THE  STOP SIGN..
TURN RIGHT ON ROSS..AND,
IT IS THE SECOND HOUSE/DRIVEWAY ON THE RIGHT
"EMBRACE HEALTH CARE" SIGN IS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE DRIVEWAY
A LARGE WHITE HOUSE WITH WHITE PICKET FENCE IN FRONT
COME INTO THE DRIVEWAY IF THERE ARE SPACES. OTHERWISE

 

When PARKING on the street, Park to the North of the House in front of the Wooden fence.

Please, Do not Park directly across the street in front of the chain linked fence, that is for the neighbors parking.

Thank you that helps us all share a respectful neighborhood.

Enjoy your retreat.

Metta,

Anna Bonas


 

 

 

 

 

 

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http://yumtha.org/images/TropicalPlumeriaFlower.jpgTropical Healing Journey’s for women

who have had cancer:

Hawaii Sept 4-Sept 11, 2010

 

We offer women who have been walking through the all-encompassing challenges of coping with and taking care their lives to survive cancer, a tropical healing retreat:  to relax, to rejuvenate and restore your inner resources.

 

Our Tropical Healing Retreat Home is on the Big Island of Hawaii at Kealakekua Bay.

Kealakekua Bay is the home of spinner dolphins, sea turtles and colorful tropical fish.

Swimming, snorkeling in the amazing underwater seascape is magical and revitalizing.

To feel the soft warm water embrace you becomes a meditation and awakens the senses.

 

Swimming and snorkeling  here in Hawaii is very healing. We have helped women who have not snorkeled before to experience being supported while they swim into the water enjoying life’s unfolding beauty of the bay.

For women who do not swim, there are places they can safely wade in the water, walk or sit enjoying the sea, or be embraced by a tropical walking meditation; being touched by the air, the Kona breeze, enjoy the views and sounds of birds, the surf and  enjoy all that is here to support you just being in Hawaii.

 

Our focus is on wellness and healing, for you, your partners and supporters.  Each day we enjoy light meals of culinary delights, meditation and mindfulness, walking, swimming, sitting… there are Lomi lomi Hawaiian healing massages available.  Aunty Margaret’s meditation using the ancient practices of Ho’opono’pono, “i.e., making things right, emptying your heart before the sun goes down” creates a deep sense of peace, and opens pathways to a new awareness of joy and possibilities.

 

Our activities and program focus on wellness body mind and soul. We understand pathways to healing on many different levels, because we have traveled these roads ourselves, with family, and our patients for almost 40 years. We know that we all travel personal, yet interconnected journeys.  Each one of us needs to feel better in different ways. We give each person, individual sessions to assist in them the best way we can support you, emotionally, physically and spiritually. …We all learn from each other.

 

Kealakekua means the “pathway to the gods”, also the ‘fragrance of the gods” … fragrance, has a meaning of a subtle, yet perceptible when we allow an inward awareness to awaken.

This is a perfect setting for our healing journey and awakening to the deeper meanings, and experience of the subtle intimacy of being fully present with life.

Our programs focus on wellness and awakening to being mindful of our connection and presence within ourselves and our inter-connectiveness with all the elements of the earth, water, the warmth of the sun, the feel of the air on our skin, and the nature of spirit … this beautiful area of Hawaii embraces us with such sweet aloha, that it easy to connect with grace and ease. Aloha, means to connect with the breath of god….the goddess within you and everyone you meet, and the world in which you live. It is the language of inclusion, and oneness of being.

 

Workshop Leaders:  Wahine Ho’ola Women Healers



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Anna  “Noe” Bonas, DC LAC OMD

Dr Bonas enjoys a healing practice in California and Hawaii. As a Holistic Chiropractor and Acupuncturist with a vast background in Eastern and Western healing therapies, she combines many forms of mind-body healing in her work. She has a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Oriental Medicine, and holds national status as a diplomat in both fields as well as a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a major in Human Anatomy. Anna is also certified in Polarity and Hypnotherapy, and is a Master Practitioner in NLP and a 7th degree Reiki master. She has been initiated into the “sacred ways” of healing, by honored elders of several indigenous cultures

Anna's research in the psycho-spiritual aspects of health has enabled her to integrate these disciplines into her work and teachings. One of her current projects includes the establishment of a spiritual hospice center in northern California, where she works with patients and families to create a conscious living and dying, while living fully, and how one begins to ease the experience of grieving.

                                             For more information, please visit www.Yumtha.com

 

 

  Noe’ is always happy when home in Hawaii…Anna in Hawaii is called Noe’, which is short for Noe’keala’okalehua’ona’ona’I’ka’uka. This name was given to her when she was adopted by Kahuna Pule Lanakila Brandt.

Noe learned from, practiced and taught with Lanakila, La’ au Kahea, “the calling medicine” which is the ancient healing practice of Po’o huna [temple healing practice]. People came from all over the world to receive this ancient form of healing work from him. Noe’ together with Lanakila practiced the art of the “Calling Medicine” La’a Kahea”, spiritual healing in Hawaii and California.

Noe’ was also a student of the great Kumu Aunty Margaret, teacher of Lomilomi, Hawaiian physical healing.  Aunty Margaret, and Lanakila gave Noe’ the permission to teach, practice and carry-on the teachings that she received from them.

 

Dr. Jane Ellen Heath MD, C.Hom.  Yumtha facilitator, has an extensive background in mind body healing.  Dr Health is a deeply caring and insightful holistic practitioner who has helped individuals and families transform grief: the emotional and physical stresses of the patient, family and friends, facing grief issues involved with the care and support of those who are seriously ill and dying, and death.

WORKSHOP ELEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

.Restoring replenishing, rejuvenating,  and empowering your Inner resources
. Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Healing Massage
. Private counseling: acupuncture Pulse readings to assist deeper healing, and restoring inner balance
. Personal acupuncture pulse diagnosis to support deeper healing meditations
 .Qi Gong movement healing
.Traditional Hawaiian healing rituals and offerings at sacred sites
. walks, meditations, snorkeling
. Swimming with dolphins

 

The following costs per person includes the full workshop program,
lodging, meals, massage and private consultations, and daily activities:

We will pick up at the airport on Saturday between 1and 2 pm

We suggest United from SFO to Kona [KOA] or Oakland to [KOA] on Alaska

We will take people back to the airport on Sept. 12

 

 

*Please note: we are limiting this retreat so that we can offer individual consultations, while allowing for greater connections within the group (Ohana style, family style”)

 

. Private Room (couple) $3000
. Private room - individual $2500
. Shared room (one double and a twin) with friend or roommate $2000
. Dormitory rooms (4-6 people on airbeds) $1500
. Local area residents who don't need accommodations - $900

20 % Discount when paid in full By July 1, 2010,

10% discount if paid in full by August 1, 2010

$500 DEPOSIT is required to reserve your space.

This deposit is fully refundable (less a 15% processing fee) until 30 days prior to the event (August 4, 2010).

For cancellations after September 2, fees will be credited to a future event within one year.

The balance is due 30 days before retreat week.

For information and registration, please contact Dr Bonas yumtha@msn.com

 

 

~~~~PAST WORK SHOPS~~~~

Yumtha MettaCare Center

Anna “Noe” Bonas DC LAC OMD Director

4115 Ross Rd, Sebastopol CA 95472

707-829-6893

yumtha@msn.com

 

Yumtha Presents

Quan Yin

A day of deep compassion, visualization, movement and healing

With Mayumi Oda

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Quan Yin ~Kuan Yin~Kanin[Bali]~Quam’Am[Vietnam]~ Kannon[Japan]

 

Goddess of Healing, Compassion and Loving Kindness

She is the Bodhisattva of Compassion. She hears the cries of all beings

 

Quan Yin is the pearl of illumination, pouring the “water of life” as a stream of healing, blessing, physical and spiritual peace. She is the essence of fertility and sustenance. Quan Yin brings to us wisdom, strength, and transformation as we invoke her presence into our lives, through meditation. She hears our call to come into our life and into the lives of others.

 

JOIN US: MAY 15, 2010: for a day of healing, compassion and contemplation with Mayumi Oda,  internationally known artist; of the goddess and the sacred feminine, activist, and spiritual teacher, who will lead us in a Quan Yin day of retreat,  healing, compassion, visualization and movement for personal spiritual growth, and to touch the lives of others.

 

Location: Yumtha MettaCare Center

4115 Ross Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472

707 829-6893   yumtha@msn.com

 

WHEN:  Saturday, May 15, 2010    Time:  10am  to 4 pm

 

FEE: $70- $140  Fund Raising Donations  Made to Yumtha MettaCare Center

 

RSVP: Sign up Early: Space Limited  with Dr Bonas, Yumtha@msn.com

 

Bring: Pot Luck Lunch to share, comfortable clothes and Mala for mantra to Quan Yin

[Mayumi’s art will be available for purchase]

 

 

 

Yumtha MettaCare Center for Conscious living and dying.

www.yumtha.org A California non-profit

Visit the opening of the www.gallery4generosity.com

Thank you for your continued support

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women’s Meditation Healing Retreat in Hawaii

 Bring your Group

~Relax ~Reflect~ Rejuvenate~

 

Cultivate deep within yourself a vastness of grace and ease

within a tropical Hawaiian paradise

We will swim with dolphins in Kealakekua Bay

Meditate at sacred sites

Experience the natural elements of the island as sensuous voices of contemplation

Awaken to the tropical dance of form and emptiness and the fullness of being

 

~Women’s Retreat for singles, couples and friends~

 

Enjoy a healing Lomi Lomi Hawaiian Massage, and learn Ho’opono’pono

“making things right” within oneself and others, “letting go before the sun goes down”

 Personal evaluations using your acupuncture pulse readings

assist profound inner awareness, ease and physical healing.

Your pulse readings are a key for what type of breathing meditation will create deeper meditative peace within you, and help to balance your health.

Living each day in a tropical setting creates a gentle opening toward

 greater mindfulness and joyful awakening, while simply living more fully.

 

 

Our group will gather in the historic area of the Napo’opo’o village in a Kealakekua Bay home. We will be living Ohana “family” style which supports group intimacy while allowing deep personal transformation.

 

“ Our Hawaiian retreat” plants seeds for living with greater inner and outer harmony

every day of our lives

 

For more Information Contact:  Dr Anna “Noe” Bonas DC LAC OMD    yumtha@msn.com

Instructors: Anna "Noe" Bonas DC LAC OMD and Jane Ellen Heath MD

This week of deep inner work is a week of awakening to be more fully present in the moment.

It will assist healing emotionally, physically and spiritually.

 

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The Art of Spiritual Midwifery to the Dying:

Advanced class to April 16-19 Friday -Monday.
10am to 4 pm each day

 

24 HOURS APPROVED FOR ACUPUNCTURISTS

 
The Art of Spiritual Midwifery to the Dying:  Advanced.

This four day course is an advanced class offered to students, who would like to deepen their knowledge of spiritual care.  This class focuses upon the last days and hours of someone's life.  We learn how to offer vigil and provide spiritual care to someone, who can no longer communicate through words.  We learn skills such as sound healing, visualization, prayer, energy medicine, and mantra/sacred chanting.  Students also learn detailed understanding of the dying/dissolution process as taught by the wisdom traditions as well as spiritual ways to approach terminal agitation.                                                   Fee:$495 for 4 day class

$350 paid by March 1,2010

 http://www.conneepike.com/spiritual.html

Advanced class to APRIL 16-19 Friday- Monday.

10am to 4 pm each day
Connee Pike M.S.
http://www.conneepike.com/
Contact Connee Pike M.S. for signing up and information about classes

connee@conneepike.com  707-287-2884

 

LOCATION: YUMTHA METTACARE CENTER

4115 ROSS RD, SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472

 

 


Advanced class to April 16-19 Friday -Monday.
10am to 4 pm each day

 

24 HOURS APPROVED FOR ACUPUNCTURISTS

 
The Art of Spiritual Midwifery to the Dying:  Advanced.

This four day course is an advanced class offered to students, who would like to deepen their knowledge of spiritual care.  This class focuses upon the last days and hours of someone's life.  We learn how to offer vigil and provide spiritual care to someone, who can no longer communicate through words.  We learn skills such as sound healing, visualization, prayer, energy medicine, and mantra/sacred chanting.  Students also learn detailed understanding of the dying/dissolution process as taught by the wisdom traditions as well as spiritual ways to approach terminal agitation.                                                   Fee:$495 for 4 day class

$350 paid by March 1,2010

 http://www.conneepike.com/spiritual.html

Please make checks or money orders to Connee L. Pike, M.S. and mail with completed form to:  Connee L. Pike, M.S., P.O. Box 6837, Napa, CA  94581.

For more information contact: Connee L. Pike, M.S.  707-287-2884 connee@conneepike.com.

Or Dr. Anna Bonas DC LAC 707-829-6893 yumtha@msn.com


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past classes

January 16-17 intro class. Friday/Saturday

10 am to 4 pm each day


The Art of Spiritual Midwifery to the Dying:  Introduction.

This two day course teaches a spiritual view of the dying process and explores practical ways to provide spiritual care to the dying.  Students will learn how to name the needs of their loved ones and learn skills that can be used immediately.  We will explore the needs of those who are verbal and nonverbal.  It is offered to professionals and lay people alike, so that compassionate care can be offered to family, loved ones, neighbors, friends, and clients.

12 HOURS APPROVED FOR ACUPUNCTURISTS

 http://www.conneepike.com/spiritual.html : link to read Connee Pike's Brochure

 Women's Relaxed Zen Retreats at Yumtha Center

Saturdays, January 23rd and June 5th, 2010, 10:00a-4:30p

with Chris Fortin, Meg Alexander & Lane Olson

 

Day-long retreats that provide time and space for women to come

together in mutual support to embody and share the deep heart of meditation practice.

 

These seasonal retreats for women are offered by long time dharma sisters Chris, Meg and Lane.

The schedule is relaxed and includes sitting and walking meditation (indoors and out) and a practice talk.  

At the end of the afternoon we take time to explore and share some expression of our being - thru color, image, words, or story. 

 

The cost of the retreat is $20.

There is a separate donation or dana (a Pali word for gratitude)  for the teachers.

Please bring your own meditation cushions; chairs are available at Yumtha.

Please also bring a bag lunch (there is a grocery store in Graton just down the road). 

 

Detailed directions to Yumtha will be sent upon registration.

 

To register, you must send a deposit.  Make out a check for $20 to Lane Olson and send to her at 335 Alden Ave, Rohnert Park, CA  94928.

 

For further information, contact Meg at megalapor@comcast.net or 707-431-8767; Chris at chrisfortin@comcast.net 

or 707-527-8106; Lane Olson at lane.olson@sonoma.edu or 707-793-7978.

 

Chris ,Meg and Lane began practicing together at the San Francisco Zen Center many years ago.

Chris Fortin, MFT and Zen priest has a private psychotherapy practice in Sonoman County.

She leads the Women's Lotus Sangha in Sebastopol and is a teacher in the Everyday Zen sangha. 

She leads workshops and retreats throughout the bay area.

Meg Alexander is a Zen priest and leads a meditation group as well as retreats.

She is a teacher at Everyday Zen.  Lane Olson is a long time practitioner whose life is permeated by her practice.  

 

 

 

 

 

Sacred Grieving: Transforming Loss Into Love


for bereaved individuals
and bereavement professionals


Oct. 4 - Oct. 9, 2009
Kealakekua Bay, HI.


Whether you're mourning the physical death of a loved one or a loss of any kind, please consider joining us for a week of transformational healing in one of Hawaii's most beautiful retreat locations (www.kamelealoha.com).

During this extraordinary retreat you'll learn to transmute the pain of grief and separation into new forms of love and awareness. Guided by Terri Daniel and Dr. Anna Noe Bonas (a practitioner of Ho'oponopono, a traditional Hawaiian form of emotional healing), you will have the opportunity to move beyond pain while honoring the transformative gifts of grief:

. Learn to accept and embrace impermanence
. Work with the natural ebb and flow of human experience
. Find joy and gratitude in life again
. Understand loss, pain, contraction and expansion
. Develop tools for re-opening a wounded heart
. Establish new connections to love and compassion
. Honor the grief journey with sacred practice
. Move from the inward energy of grief to spiritual spaciousness

The retreat will be held in a private Hawaiian home on Kealakekua Bay (which means "Pathway to the Gods"). We'll be a small intimate group, which will allow each person special care in his or her grief journey. Our coming together in this tropical paradise offers a rare opportunity to heal, reflect and move beyond pain while allowing grief to transform our lives.

Registration fee includes accommodations, workshop programs, massage, private counseling sessions and three gourmet meals a day. Our chef, Sulin Bell, will be happy to accommodate any special dietary needs.

 

ABOUT THE TEACHERS


Terri Daniel,

author, transition guide after-death communicator

Terri is an author, intuitive grief guidance facilitator and afterlife awareness educator who works with telepathic assistance from guides and teachers in the higher realms. In addition to conducting classes on meditation, manifestation, divination and channeling, Terri works with hospices, clergy, counselors and bereaved individuals throughout the U.S., offering alternative perspectives on death, dying and the afterlife.

Her most recent book, A Swan in Heaven, is based on dialogs with her son, who died at age 16 and now shares insightful, inspired teachings from the Other Side. Her new book, 'Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God,' explores cultural and religious myths about the afterlife and offers a path to alternative perceptions via meditation, visualization and after-death communication. She is currently pursing a degree in religious studies at Marylhurst University, and is certified as a transition guide in Art of Conscious Dying into the Light. For more information, please visit www.DanielDirect.net



Anna Bonas, DC LAC OMD

Dr. Anna "Noe" Bonas enjoys a thriving healing practice in California and Hawaii. As a Holistic Chiropractor and Acupuncturist with a vast background in Eastern and Western healing therapies, she combines many forms of mind-body healing in her work. She has a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Oriental Medicine, and holds national status as a diplomat in both fields as well as a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a major in Human Anatomy. Anna is also certified in Polarity and Hypnotherapy, and is a Master Practitioner in NLP and a 7th degree Reiki master. She has been initiated into the “sacred ways” of healing, by honored elders of several indigenous cultures

Anna's research in the psycho-spiritual aspects of health has enabled her to integrate these disciplines into her work and teachings. One of her current projects includes the establishment of a spiritual hospice center in northern California, where she and her staff work with patients and families to create a conscious dying and grieving experience. For more information, please visit www.Yumtha.com

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WORKSHOP ELEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

. Introduction to Afterlife Awareness
. Rituals using cremains and/or personal sacred items
. Interactive channeling exercises
. After-death communication instruction and processes
. Chakra clearing
. Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Healing Massage
. Private counseling
. Personal acupuncture pulse diagnosis to support deeper healing meditations
. Art and movement healing
. Hawaiian healing rituals and offerings
. Temple Tours
. Hikes/snorkeling
. Swimming with dolphins



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following costs per person includes the full workshop program,
lodging, meals, massage and private consultations, and daily activities:

. Private Room (couple) $3000
. Private room - individual $2500
. Shared room (one double and a twin) with friend or roommate $2000
. Dormitory rooms (6-8 people on airbeds) $1500
. Local area residents who don't need accommodations - $900

$500 DEPOSIT is required to reserve your space.

This deposit is fully refundable (less a 15% processing fee) until 30 days prior to the event (September 2, 2009).

For cancellations after September 2, fees will be credited to a future event within one year.

The balance is due 30 days before retreat week.

For information and registration, please contact Terri Daniel
(541) 549-4004
terri@danieldirect.net

Daily Schedules

Sunday

The retreat officially begins at 5:00 pm with introductions, dinner and a sunset prayer on Sunday evening.

Monday - Thursday

6 am to 10 am - Breakfast buffet and various guided and/or independent activities that include exploration of our tropical paradise, sunrise prayer, swimming with dolphins, free time, etc.

10:30 am - Workshop sessions begin

1 pm - Lunch, followed by free time, massage or private consultations

3-5 pm - Workshop sessions

5:30 - Dinner

7:00 - Brief evening class followed by sunset prayer and guided meditation before sleep

Friday:

6 am to 10 am - Breakfast buffet and various guided and/or independent activities that include exploration of our tropical paradise, sunrise prayer, swimming with dolphins, walking/meditating, yoga, etc.

10:30 am - Fiinal class.. looping connections with the previous days practices/ reflections/ endings/beginnings

12 noon - Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For information and a pre-registration interview,
please contact:

Terri Daniel
(541) 549-4004
terri@danieldirect.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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