October 26 – 28, 2018
Mavens’ Haven, Lucile, ID
with Renée Silvus and Tracey Kindall
The longer nights of autumn slow our natural rhythms and invite us to surrender to our own restoration. We will gather at the Haven for gentle sessions of meditation and asana practice, guided by inspiring wisdom traditions. We will explore the Buddhist concept of Paticca Samuppada, “dependent co-arising,” and the spiritual ecology inherent in Buddhist scholar Joanna Macy’s “work that reconnects.” We will also be inspired by the restorative tales and philosophies of other cultures as we work to “re-story” and heal. We hope you will join us during this time of growing darkness to plant a seed of hope deep within your imagination and spirit.
Retreat fee of $290 includes private accommodation and all meals Friday dinner through Monday breakfast. View accommodations here.
Please arrive Friday between 4pm and 5pm Mountain Standard Time. We will close the retreat Sunday afternoon with lunch and Appreciations, though we encourage guests to stay through Sunday night to quietly integrate the weekend and enjoy the Haven.
To hold your accommodation, please send the following and a $50 deposit to PO Box 2115, McCall, 83638, drop off at Renée’s office at 337 Deinhard Lane, or click here to pay on Square.
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Renée brings a blend of perspectives as an educator, therapist, and coach. She offers courses, retreats, community-building events and celebrations with Luminaire. Her facilitator training is with Authentic World San Francisco and the Integral Center Boulder, bringing an Integral lens to any topic. She recently returned from a 2 month sabbatical that included a month at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA and 3 meditation/yoga retreats. Her yoga teacher training and lineage are with the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition. 2018 brings her fifth year of offering retreats at the Haven.
Tracey is a dedicated teacher and learner who loves sharing her knowledge and passion with others, particularly when is relates to mythology, story, and nature. For the past 10 years, Tracey has served as the director of the McCall Arts and Humanities Council, where she acts as a relentless advocate for the power of imagination. She also regularly teaches classes in energetic anatomy and yoga at Tantra Power Yoga, and classes in mythology throughout the community. She holds an MS in Folklore Studies, a BS in Biology, and an RYT-200 certification. Tracey is also a SAGE herbal apprentice as well as a tirelessly curious seeker of wonder.