for Healers, Teachers and Journeyers in a Changing World
A Retreat for re-awakening and nourishing your Unique Gifts
at the Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee, VT
Thursday, April 21 – Sunday, April 24, 2016
As teachers, healers, organizers, counselors, facilitators, leaders, we bring vision, faith, perseverance, and experience to our work in the world. We also encounter loss, confusion, disillusionment, or burn-out. We forget who we are and where we are going. We need to come home.
This retreat provides us a loving space away from our busy words so that we can re-charge our journey home. We will work and play to re-discovering our “authentic self,” so as to live more joyfully and purposefully and lead others in the same. We will hone old, and find new ways to anchor and center ourselves in body, mind, heart, and spirit.
Join Leaders Chris Spicer and Kai Carol Jud, who have worked with groups holistically for decades. Their collective experience brings a unique blend of energy, joy, and trust in the miracles of group process.
Kai brings decades of experience in Core Energetics, Gestalt and shamanic journeying – with special interest in body energy, sexuality, spirituality and group process. Her work is inspired by a mystical path that takes her deeply into the realms of Spirit and connection with the earth. She founded the Institute of Process Therapy in 1988 and has led retreats at Shalom Mountain (Livingston NY) for twenty years. Besides Pathways Home, her current retreat work includes Dying before You Die and Living Joyfully into the New Paradigm. She maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Western Massachusetts.
As a co-founder of the Hulbert Outdoor Center in 1977-78, Chris is excited to bring this retreat “home” to Fairlee, VT. See “Connect with Chris” page for more information about his work.
Retreat Cost (including room and board): $535
For contact and registration information, click here.
The Hulbert Outdoor Center is located on Lake Morey in Fairlee, at the eastern-most edge of central Vermont – just off Interstate 91, approximately twenty-five miles north of White River Junction, VT, 20 miles north of Hanover, NH. The Burlington, VT, and Manchester, NH, airports are within an easy drive and offer regular flights on all major airlines. White River Junction serves as a hub for arrivals by train and bus. For driving directions, click here.