Sometimes we find ourselves lost in the busy-ness of daily events. Sometimes we find ourselves longing to catch our breath, listen to what our bodies and souls are saying, and lean into the silence.
Facilitators: Jodi Lammiman & Amy Spark
Come discover the patterns in your life that are appearing: What do you repeatedly feel drawn towards or pulled away from? This retreat uses ecological metaphor to engage and
uncover what is stirring in your inner world through group
dialogue as well as guided solitude time.
Join us as we reflect on the previous season and ask thoughtful questions about the connections between the natural world and our inner world. We will also contemplate the many ways our personal experiences can engage our communities by contributing to the common good.
Jodi Lammiman has worked as a community educator, wellness coordinator, youth pastor, retreat facilitator, artist and library worker. She has degrees in sacred literature and spiritual leadership and certification as a spiritual director. She is a co-creator of Refugia Retreats.
Amy Spark is a co-creator of Refugia Retreats. She is an environmental scientist and advocate focused on the intersection between ecological and mental health. She is sustainability coordinator at Bow Valley College.
|Friday February 19, 2021||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Saturday February 20, 2021||9:00 am - 4:30 pm|