How do you feel being you? Are you ok in your skin? This is a retreat for teens to explore who we are, who we want to be and who we might become.
Mindfulness is a tool to help us get to know ourselves and each other more fully and deeply. Learning to be curious with ourselves and others, just as we are, and to explore who we might want to be is really powerful; it feels good to connect with ourselves and others with kindness and interest, patience and non-judgement.
Using fun, real-time, face-to-face drama communication games, meditation, movement and creative activities, we can make new discoveries about ourselves and each other. As we connect with ourselves and others, our world opens into new dimensions, and we can experience new possibilities about who we are.
Cost: Early bird: $150 (plus Dana/Koha*) if registered and paid in full more than 7 days before the workshop starts.
Full Fee: $175 (plus Dana/Koha*). This includes accommodation, food and cook’s fee.
Please contact Kath Mitchell: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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To register please fill out our online registration form
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*Dana means generosity and giving. The teachings are offered freely. You are invited to give Dana/Koha to Kath and Lisa for the teachings.
Kath Mitchell has over 16 years of experience teaching drama for teens in a high school setting. She has studied and practiced at the Wangapeka study and retreat centre for 28 years.
For the past 4 years Kath has co-facilitated the Young Adults Annual Retreat at Wangapeka. Recently she led a Compassionate Relating retreat with her husband and was an assistant teacher for the Introductory Retreat.
Kath feels heartfelt appreciation for the excellent meditation and Dharma teaching she has received, and continues to receive. She loves to facilitate enjoyable learning environments for people to explore deeply, heal and grow, for the well-being of the world.
Lisa Allan (BA, BSc, GradDip- human services) is the director of Nelson-based creative and healing arts company, Wintergreen Creative. She is a yoga teacher, Reiki master/teacher and a theatre practitioner. Lisa believes that everyone has a unique light inside of them. It is her passion to share tools that enable others to shine their light nice and brightly.