Arts Holistic Center has strong ties with teachers,
practitioners and friends who offer sacred space and spiritual
community throughout the country.
in Peebles, Ohio, is a non-profit retreat center that was originally
built to hold space for women's workshops. While continuing its mission
to work with women, it now also holds space for men and co-ed groups.
Hope Springs offers a beautiful Octagon Building with a studio/dance
space and a powerful Spirit House. The accommodations at Hope
include a fully renovated farmhouse, a hot tub, acres of land to
explore, and freshly prepared organic vegetarian meals. Check out Hope
Springs' website for more details on this
sacred space. For specific information about Morning
and Night, Dancing
Paradox's annual summer retreat at Hope Springs, please click here.
Center for Sacred Studies,
headquartered in San
Palao, California, is a non-profit,
international center that offers a multitude of spiritual,
transpersonal and breath workshops. It also offers on-line
classes for prayer ministry, and it supports the International
Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Click here for
further information on the Center for Sacred Studies..
Adele, co-owner of Yoga
North Studio (www.yoganorthduluth.com)
Duluth MN, holds 2 masters degrees and several certifications in yoga,
having done in depth work in yoga philosophy. She has also
consulting, combining the concept of body and breath with
development skills to improve leadership and management in various
businesses around the country. Deborah is a wellness
Duluth News Tribune, author of 2 CDs, and author of an upcoming book on
Yoga Ethics. You will see Deborah co-facilitate with Roger at
retreat, Morning and
Night, held at Hope Springs retreat center
in Peebles, Ohio every July.
Cunningham, of Turning Light Practice and
Learning Center, in Portland, Maine, is also a co-creator of
workshops with Roger Sams. Darcy is an accomplished Hatha yoga
instructor, a Gestalt OSD practitioner and a facilitator of
Constellations work. She and Roger combine to offer workshops exploring
how family impacts who we are. This exploration is led through a fusion
of Constellations and ecstatic dance. Click here
to learn more about this workshop, and to learn more of Darcy's work in
general, please click here.
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