Days begin with stress reduction and short silent meditation. We’ll listen to teaching stories and poetry from world cultures and explore our wellspring of imagination, using collage, dream work, active imagination, reflective writing and sand tray; to illuminate the places where life-giving resources are available.
Throughout the day we’ll draw on the restorative properties of silence, with plenty of time to dip into the unique healing waters at La Paloma.
La Paloma Hotsprings and Spa
311 Marr St. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Dec. 10th 10-4pm & Dec. 11th 10-3pm
$180 includes snacks and materials for workshop - 10 people max.
RESERVE ROOMS separately http://www.lapalomahotspringsandspa.com
Rose Gordon began Zen practice in 1997 and has a degree in Hospice & Grief Counseling. She was Director & faculty member of the Being with Dying Program at Upaya Zen Center and an invited presenter for Southwestern College, Santa Fe College of Acupuncture and Northern New Mexico University.
Rose speaks at Unity of Taos, lead workshops at Counseling Arabia in Dubai and was an invited participant at the Making Way for the Feminine Gathering in Jaipur, India.
She co-produced the award winning film, Bon: Mustang to Menri and her children’s book, The Gatekeeper, based on the life of a Bon monk, was published by Dancing Dakini Press.
Rose has been designing & facilitating retreats since 2002, in Colorado, New Mexico, Boston, New York, New Mexico & Dubai. She is currently the Spiritual Care Coordinator & Manager of Volunteer Services at Mt. Home Health Hospice in Taos.
Rose is a trained Council Circle facilitator and her love of creative exploration, mythology, poetry and dream work infuse her retreats with an invitation to spacious exploration, rejuvenation & discovery.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: RETREAT) or call 505-310-2765
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