Reconnect with Your Self: Proprioceptive Writing® & Yoga
Mahoosuc Mountain Lodge in Newry, ME
Join Kim to restore a sense of connection with your self through body and mind.
When: October 11-13, 2019. Columbus Day weekend in the Mahoosuc Mountains. From our lodge retreat in Grafton Notch look across to Old Speck Mountain in peak or near peak foliage.
Why: Under the influence of everyday life, and the responsibilities we bear, as well as through traumas large and small, our sense of connection to our self may become weak, or disconnected. In this retreat, your natural robust aliveness is restored.
Gentle yoga awakens the body. Through unhurried, mindful movement you cultivate an attentive, curious,
open attention to whatever is arising in the moment through your body. Likewise, in a quiet, contemplative environment you attend to your thoughts and feelings in Proprioceptive Writing. Through this simple but profound method of expressing and reflecting upon thought, your natural sense of connection with the self is restored.
Where: The Mahoosuc Mountain Lodge, 1513 Bear River Rd., Newry, ME Find out more about Mahoosuc
Cost: The all inclusive cost includes meals Friday dinner through Sunday lunch, program sessions and lodging.
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Proprioceptive Writing was originally discovered and developed
by Linda Trichter Metcalf, PhD. while teaching at Pratt in NYC. Later, Linda and Tobin Simon PhD lived and taught in both Rockland and Portland, Maine for many years.
Now, Kim Chandler, faculty of Proprioceptive Writing Center
and former Hurricane Island Outward Bound instructor returns
to her great state of Maine and the Mahoosuc Mountains
to teach this simple and profound practice.
check in after 3pm
gentle yoga 4:30pm
PW program session 7:00pm, ends by 9:00pm
gentle yoga 7:30am
PW morning session 9:30am
PW afternoon session 3:00pm
gentle yoga 5:30pm
optional Write 7:30pm
gentle yoga 7:30am
PW session 9:30am-12:00pm
check out 3:00pm