Wild & Immersive & Soulography Present...
The Living World
Nurture + Nature + Kin will bring together seven young BIPOC young women and non-binary environmental advocates in community to nourish the mind, body and soul. This weekend retreat exists to ease the new school year stress, provide tools to manage eco-anxiety, and inspiration to lead with hope and intention all while deepening their connection and access to the natural world. The weekend will merge together workshops and activities that cover climate anxiety, well-being, self & community care and actionable steps of nurturing self, community and the planet.
a taste of the weekend:
Engaging & inspring workshops
Guided yoga & meditation
Moments of reflection & inquiry
Land based play & movement
Guided Forest Therapy Walk
Included is: All weekend programming, shared accomodation in a lake side cabin in the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, all meals prepared by Loon Lake Chefs, and all immersive outdoor activities.
We will be gathering from Friday 4:00 PM until Sunday at 1:00 PM.
In efforts to keep this weekend retreat as accessible as possible, we've reduced the cost considerably thanks to generous support from Wild & Immersive and Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre. All facilitators are kindly offering their time voluntarily.
$100 - all inclusive
We gratefully acknowledge that we will be gathering on the ancestral, unceded territories of the Kwikwetlam First Nation which lies within the shared territories of the Tsleil-Watuth, Katzie, Musqueam, Squamish and Sto:lo Nations. The people of these nations are the original caretakers and have stewarded these lands since time immemorial and continue to today. We will practice stewardship, gratitude, and walk upon the soils with reverence and gratitude.
Have any questions for us?
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