In the Stillness: Dance – A Silent Retreat: An Initiative of Contemplative Pathways
June 8 – June 11, 2021 Tues 2:00 PM – Fri 1:00 PM
Are you longing for a break from the demands of a busy life, or a change of routine that invites slowing down and gentle reflection?
Would it sound appealing to spend a few days in a beautiful setting, enjoy being cared for and supported, while letting silence restore your rhythm and perspective?
This retreat offers “Sabbath time,” a change from the daily pace of everyday, with a supportive environment for you to enter the silence, to journal, walk and rest, and simply BE.
Accompanying you on this retreat:
Catherine Smith is passionate about nourishing lives permeable to the Spirit. She delights in gathering groups and accompanying individuals in practices that tend a contemplative way. She is ordained in the United Church of Canada and a graduate of Shalem’s Transforming Community: Leading Prayer Groups and Contemplative Retreats. Catherine is a member of the Contemplative Pathways Leadership Team.
Fay Cameron is a graduate of the Atlantic Jubilee Program in Spiritual Deepening & Spiritual Guidance and is a member of the Contemplative Pathways leadership team. She is a life long volunteer on various committees and boards. Fay enjoys long hikes in the woods, collecting art and fine wine.
We also offer a subsidized program fee* so that financial barriers do not prevent anyone from participating.
True Program fee – $555 includes tuition, meals & single lodging. Shared lodging discount $25/day.
Subsidized Program fee – $120 Tuition is completely covered, meals & single lodging cost 50% off. Shared lodging even further discounted. Should you face further financial barriers, please reach out to us.
Those able to pay more, please consider offering an additional donation. This generosity helps to subsidize others to participate.
Registration Deadline: May 25, 2021
*Tatamagouche Centre is grateful for funding to support youth, seniors, BIPOC applicants, LGTBQIA2S+, applicants with mental health barriers to participate in learning programs.
Please read our Covid-19 protocols for our onsite gatherings.
This program is offered in partnership between Tatamagouche Centre and Contemplative Pathways partner. www.contemplativepathways.com