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In Touch with Your Dog: How Getting Physical Helps Dogs Get Calm

November 17, 2017 - November 19, 2017 @ -     Kevin Behan has been training dogs for 50 years and is recognized as the nation’s foremost expert on the rehabilitation of aggressive and problem dogs. It’s in his blood: His father founded and trained dogs in the K-9 Corps in WWII and was the first American to train dogs for hospitals, police units, and [...]

Beauty for Broken Places

November 17, 2017 - November 19, 2017 @ -     Trebbe Johnson is the author of The World Is a Waiting Lover and 101 Ways to Make Guerrilla Beauty. She guides vision quests, workshops, and other mythic journeys. In 2009, she founded Radical Joy for Hard Times, a non-profit organization devoted to finding and making beauty in the earth’s wounded places, and she [...]

RESCHEDULED! Know Your Trees: A Thanksgiving Retreat in the Woods (will now be held April 20, 2018)

November 24, 2017 - November 26, 2017 @ -     Michael Wojtech, a freelance naturalist, writer, teacher, illustrator, and photographer, is author of Bark: A Field Guide to Trees of the Northeast. Tom Wessels has said,“Michael is the expert when it comes to identifying trees by their bark, and his book Bark is a must for anyone interested in natural history.” Michael co-authored, [...]

Jump-Start Your Memoir: Writing from the Heart

December 1, 2017 - December 3, 2017 @ -     Nancy Slonim Aronie is the author of Writing from the Heart:  Tapping the Power of Your Inner Voice. She’s taught at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and received the Derek Bok Teacher of the Year Award at Harvard for two consecutive years as a teaching fellow for Robert Coles. She’s been a television [...]

Die Wise: Living Deeply, Dying Well

December 1, 2017 - December 3, 2017 @ -   Stephen Jenkinson, MTS, MSW, is an activist, teacher and author of the award-winning book,​Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul and the subject of a stunningly beautiful, scripturally poetic feature length ​documentary, “Griefwalker" He has a master's degree in theology from Harvard and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Toronto. Formerly [...]

Where Does it Hurt?: Overcoming the Pain of White Supremacy

December 8, 2017 - December 10, 2017 @ - Ruby Sales   Join this civil rights legend and educator for soul-searching conversations on white supremacy and systematic oppression and come away with a radical new spiritual perspective on the tasks before us.      With her characteristic fierce clarity, open-heartedness, and spiritual-activist approach, Ruby brings fresh energy and hope to an issue that all [...]

Advanced Shamanic Training in Creativity

December 8, 2017 - December 10, 2017 @ -   Nan Moss is a longstanding member of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, an international organization founded by Michael Harner that is a leader in the resurgence of Western shamanism. She studied shamanism with indigenous teachers of Brazil, Norway, Siberia, China, and the western U.S. and has explored Celtic shamanistic traditions as well. She is [...]

The Gentle Spark That Heals: A Winter Solstice Retreat for Women and Men

December 15, 2017 - December 17, 2017 @ -   Eclipse Neilson, director of The Rowe Center program “Woman Soul,” is a skilled priestess, visionary artist, award-winning author, and founder of the Magaian Way. She currently designs arts-based bully-prevention programs and is excited about her new novel Stand in My Heart, which shares her deep passion and commitment to the plight of elephants in [...]
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