CommonRoot (Honeyroot) Retreat

CommonRoot (Honeyroot) Retreat on October 28, 2016 in Nevada City, CA : Join HoneyRoot for their first mixed gender community celebration of embodiment. This event is open to women who have attended a HoneyRoot Retreat and those men and women who are connected to them through friendship, "soul family," or community. Limited space available, as we want to keep the potency of the weekend nice and strong. CommonRoot is a place to explore, expand, contain, get curious, ritualize, ground, and, ultimately, more deeply inhabit ourselves, together. It is a both a (re)treat and embodied relationship lab for the human soul. Rest into yourself. Find shared ground in relationship. Expand your capacity for intimacy. Communicate with authenticity. Express that which has been repressed. Dance. Play. Pray. "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Weekend Topics: Polarity Play Welcoming Shadow Mutual Appreciation Co-Creation Embodied Awareness Safety and Security Boundaries and Intimacy Qualities of Love Facilitators Devorah Bry * Lorina & Tobin * Elan Freydenson * Wren & Antje * Jerry Gridley * Maleda Gebremedhin * Matthew Sutherlin * Darshana Avila * Anjuli & Alok * Jeremy Weichsel * Ajaya Sommers * Stephanie Meux * Felicia & Jim Musical Artists Sweet Medicine * Ron Tofanelli * Laura Inserra Courses and Activities Partner Yoga, Anjuli and Alok Touched: The Art of Embodied Connection, Lorina and Tobin Community Communication, Jim and Felicia Matto-Sheppard Core Alignment, Ajaya Contact Improv, Steph Meux Welcoming Our Women Feeding the Soul of Community: A Movement Ritual, Devorah Bry Creating Our Safe, Functional Group, Elan Freydenson Welcoming Our Men Leading From the Core & the Art of Receptivity (Cocréa: Crafting Kinetic Dialogues), Wren and Antje Dance/Sound Bath, Laura Inserra and Ron Tofanelli Sensation Meditation, Devorah Bry Intimacy Embodied: An Exploration in Sovereignty and Connection, Darshana Avila The Dance of Boundary & Relationship, Jeremy Weichsel What feels Safe & Secure? - Women, Steph Meux and Devorah Bry What feels Safe & Secure? - Men, Jerry Gridley and Matthew Sutherlin Evenings consist of delicious food, exquisite musical performances, dance, and other delights. Massage and healing bodywork will be offered at an additional cost at our BodyLove Temple. Women share their experience of HoneyRoot: "I now see that it is my body that brings my spiritual life and my practical life together. I am forever changed. I’m feel how ready I am to step out and share. What a beautiful, well-held ride." ~ JS, 2014 program "HoneyRoot's School really tapped into the primal aspect of me, the place that remembers it is a birthright to be at home in the wilderness. I'm willing to feel and process fear to live this birthright." ~ J. Laurin, 2014 program "The more we are connected to our own roots, the stronger our collaborations can be. Reclaiming our individuality and independence was a vital step to get us to where we are, but this is not the end goal of our work. We must, once again, find each other - be in body together, play and pray together, regularly. For this move, our relationships are key." ~Devorah Bry
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HoneyRoot's Mixed Gender Embodiment Retreat
WHEN:Friday October 28th - Sunday October 30th
WHERE:Shady Creek Retreat Center
18601 Pathfinder Way
Nevada City, CA 95959
COST:$330 - $575

Join HoneyRoot for their first mixed gender community celebration of embodiment. This event is open to women who have attended a HoneyRoot Retreat and those men and women who are connected to them through friendship, "soul family," or community. Limited space available, as we want to keep the potency of the weekend nice and strong. CommonRoot is a place to explore, expand, contain, get curious, ritualize, ground, and, ultimately, more deeply inhabit ourselves, together. It is a both a (re)treat and embodied relationship lab for the human soul.

Rest into yourself. Find shared ground in relationship. Expand your capacity for intimacy. Communicate with authenticity. Express that which has been repressed. Dance. Play. Pray.

"Be the change you wish to see in the world."

Weekend Topics:

Polarity Play

Welcoming Shadow

Mutual Appreciation

Co-Creation

Embodied Awareness

Safety and Security

Boundaries and Intimacy

Qualities of Love

Facilitators

Devorah Bry * Lorina & Tobin * Elan Freydenson * Wren & Antje * Jerry Gridley * Maleda Gebremedhin * Matthew Sutherlin * Darshana Avila * Anjuli & Alok * Jeremy Weichsel * Ajaya Sommers * Stephanie Meux * Felicia & Jim

Musical Artists
Sweet Medicine * Ron Tofanelli * Laura Inserra

Courses and Activities

Partner Yoga, Anjuli and Alok
Touched: The Art of Embodied Connection, Lorina and Tobin
Community Communication, Jim and Felicia Matto-Sheppard
Core Alignment, Ajaya
Contact Improv, Steph Meux
Welcoming Our Women
Feeding the Soul of Community: A Movement Ritual, Devorah Bry

Creating Our Safe, Functional Group, Elan Freydenson
Welcoming Our Men
Leading From the Core & the Art of Receptivity (Cocréa: Crafting Kinetic Dialogues), Wren and Antje
Dance/Sound Bath, Laura Inserra and Ron Tofanelli
Sensation Meditation, Devorah Bry
Intimacy Embodied: An Exploration in Sovereignty and Connection, Darshana Avila
The Dance of Boundary & Relationship, Jeremy Weichsel
What feels Safe & Secure? - Women, Steph Meux and Devorah Bry
What feels Safe & Secure? - Men, Jerry Gridley and Matthew Sutherlin

Evenings consist of delicious food, exquisite musical performances, dance, and other delights.

Massage and healing bodywork will be offered at an additional cost at our BodyLove Temple.

Women share their experience of HoneyRoot:

"I now see that it is my body that brings my spiritual life and my practical life together. I am forever changed. I’m feel how ready I am to step out and share. What a beautiful, well-held ride."
~ JS, 2014 program

"HoneyRoot's School really tapped into the primal aspect of me, the place that remembers it is a birthright to be at home in the wilderness. I'm willing to feel and process fear to live this birthright."
~ J. Laurin, 2014 program

"The more we are connected to our own roots, the stronger our collaborations can be. Reclaiming our individuality and independence was a vital step to get us to where we are, but this is not the end goal of our work.

We must, once again, find each other - be in body together, play and pray together, regularly.

For this move, our relationships are key."

~Devorah Bry

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