Do you want to trek in Nepal? Do you want to walk through the Himalaya mountains, experience the Sherpa culture up close and personal, and expand both your outer and inner worlds in a way that will transform you forever? If so, then this is the trip for you.
MEDICINE FOR WHAT AILS YOU
A medicine walk is for anyone who is interested in psychological and spiritual/energetic health. It is appropriate for dealing with burn out or life transitions, for depression and anxiety, for grief and loss; for professionals seeking new healing and development tools and practices to offer those they serve; for leaders seeking vision and clarity; for accessing greater creativity both individually and as a group.
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Share the Facebook Events page and join us on Saturday, June 16th at Warm Springs Park in Salt Lake.
Come on a Medicine Walk for contemporary people — a class through the University of Utah's Lifelong Learning! Sign up here.
In these times, a leader on the evolutionary edge must know their own Nature . . . know who they are at a level that is deep enough to access a wider vision. Join us for this three session series as we explore this territory together. Includes one full day out in the Wasatch mountains.
A weekend retreat for people who sense we are in a breakthrough time to come together and acknowledge our concern, pain, grief, to slow down and spend deep time on the land, and to contact something bigger than our personality selves — to come together and activate the creative intelligence of the collective for evolutionary movement forward. It will be a time for connection with Self and others, and for transformative breakthroughs, both personally and collectively, in support of social change.
Are you a leader that wants to lead in a new way? An evolutionary way? We invite you to join us for our three session series that explores engaging the shadow, both personal and group, as an evolutionary leader.
Imagine this: you give yourself the spaciousness of spending one full day with the wildness of the Wasatch mountains — being still, listening, being in community. What might heal in you? What wisdom might surface? What might you bring back into your everyday life?