Kindred Spirits Camp Registration
Date(s) - August 20, 2017 - August 25, 2017
For more than 30 years, Kindred Spirits has offered a way for people to expand their growing edges, relax, and have fun. It can do that for you, too. A wide variety of activities are provided in a beautiful, natural environment. Stay in a rustic cabin or cozy dorm room or treat yourself to a private room. Enjoy the divine food. Free your imagination to create what you have always wanted. Explore “lifeshops” in relationships, breathwork, grief and loss, nurturing the self, arts and crafts, meditation, music, play, or movement. Immerse yourself in singing, dancing, campfires, support groups, a talent-optional show, swimming, and lots of time just schmoozing.
You also can relax and take advantage of all Rowe has to offer: hike the trails in the nature preserve, visit the nearby town beach, and create in the art room.
The journey of Kindred Spirits is the joy of reconnecting with self, the natural world, and other human beings. With its roots in the 12-step recovery movement, Kindred Spirits encourages authentic expression of feelings and a commitment to balance tears with laughter as we awaken our hearts and move into our wholeness. We build a fun, safe, relaxed community to which many return year after year and where newcomers are welcomed into the family with open arms.
We don’t want to exclude people who have financial constraints, so we have barter options available – please call the Rowe office at 413-339-4954 for more information.
Julie Selwyn has worked as a staff member at Kindred Spirits and also, for three years, as co-director. She has worked in mental health and addictions for more than 20 years and is a therapist in private practice in Connecticut. She has a great love and respect for all those past and present who have been instrumental in bringing forth and sustaining Kindred Spirits Camp. Julie also has a profound appreciation for the many gifts discovered and recovered when we heal false beliefs and allow the essence of our true self to shine forth.
Robin Craver started with the camp more than 20 years ago and is a returning Co-director. She’s a Town Administrator in central Massachusetts and has been dedicated to helping people realize their potential by creating safe spaces.
A minimum deposit of $250 is required to complete your registration.