Deepen Your Connection to the Web of Life
August 20 @ 4:00 pm - August 25 @ 12:00 pm
LOCATION: Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center
8941 Overland Rd., Ward, CO
START: Tuesday, August 20: 4pm
END: Sunday, August 25: 12pM
PRICING: Details coming soon
Now is the time to step fully into our lives and know the deep pains of our individual, ancestral and collective traumas to heal and transform life. We are in some of the most challenging times in human history and the pain and traumas of this Earth. Learning skillful means to support healing the traumas of this life can bring wholeness, liberation, a new sense of vitality to living in life and healing the Earth.
This nature-centered mindfulness meditation and somatic healing retreat is an opportunity to heal individual, ancestral and collective trauma. You will experience safe trauma-informed practices that re-connect you with your true nature and support you to re-emerge into a greater sense of wholeness and participation with life.
Throughout this retreat we will explore how nature-based practices, our relational connection to the natural world and all life, and somatic experiencing can support healing and transformation of challenging or traumatic experiences. We will explore ways to deepen our sense of embodied interconnectedness and relational attunement to support us feeling alive, participating fully with all life and opening to support healing the Earth with our own unique expressions of our true nature.
We will have an opportunity to study dharma teachings, practice, and integrate the wisdom of these teachings in community. You will have the opportunity to relax and reflect, be led on nature meditations and trauma-healing practices, reflective journaling exercises, relational practices and beautiful hikes.
Rochelle Calvert has a devoted love to share the power and healing potential of mindfulness, somatic awareness, and nature. She has studied and taught mindfulness for the past 19 years and knows personally the transformational potential. Rochelle currently leads courses and retreats in mindfulness, somatic experiencing, and Awake in the Wild- nature-based mindfulness. She is also the Eco-Therapy director for Southwestern College and New Earth Institue. She is a certified mindfulness teacher with the Mindfulness Teaching Institute and the International Mindfulness Teachers Association. She has also trained and assisted with Mark Coleman and as an Awake in the Wild meditation teacher. She practices mindfulness-based meditation rooted in the Buddhist Theravada Tradition and practices meditation outside in nature daily.