As yet another year flashes by, emotional, mental and physical burnout are almost inevitable during these challenging times - it’s time to STOP! No longer is ‘Me Time’ a nice to have - it is ESSENTIAL! Practicing self-compassion and calming the body is the only way to restore and build resilience. Jenny and Karen have designed an inspiring Creative Guiding weekend of art making, writing, meditation, movement and reflection. They aim to gently guide you back to your center, to reconnect with a deeper sense of self love and your unlimited potential, where you radiate the energy and life of your authentic self. Nourish your body, mind, heart and soul. Enjoy the tranquil silence in the garden of Temenos Retreat, McGregor. Gain the heartfelt experience of trust and a non-judgmental compassionate space.
Single per cottage: R4500 Sharing per cottage R3900 All meals, art processes and art materials included. No alcohol allowed.
Pay in FULL before 24 November & receive a 15% DISCOUNT
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Karen Nebe is a Creative Guide, an Ontological Coach and a Leadership Embodiment Coach. Having combined the various methodologies she has studied, encompassing multiple ways of working through the body, Karen guides clients to reconnect with their original voice and a more resourceful way of being. All of Karen’s work centers around creativity that connects: to self, to others, to the world, to a greater sense of meaning and purpose. karennebe.com
Jenny Barenbrug discovered Nia in 2005 and found a practice which continues to delight andinspire her. Nia has offered her an opportunity to continuously develop herrelationship with her body, to listen to its wisdom, and to move in ways thatpromote self-healing. She has her Brown Belt, and teaches regularly in CapeTown. Nia is a barefoot dance movement practice which combines mindfulmovement, music, simple steps, imagination, playfulness, self-expressionand fun!
At Temenos we're always happy to host Retreats and Workshops,
for more details contact Margaret