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Classes and Retreats

Classes

I teach a variety of classes, including journaling, meditation, and forest bathing and my new self discovery series, entitled, “What’s Next?”

Please contact me if you wish to be notified of my Spring 2023 class schedule

2023 Retreats

I offer weekend retreats in places such as Seabrook and Cannon Beach where we learn to re-experience learning how to relax and discover our own true nature. In this setting, we can take time to discover what we want for ourselves now and in the future and live in the now moment.

Whispering Winds Wellness is excited to announce our 2023 retreat programs! These retreats are experiential mindfulness based programs, designed to help you build your own practice to enhance your well being and bring balance to your life.

Our first retreat will be held the weekend of March 19-19, 2023 in the beautiful oceanfront town of Seabrook, WA. Participants will learn and practice the basic elements of mindfulness meditation through a variety of in-depth experiences and discussions. At the end of the weekend, each participant will have the knowledge and skills to develop their own daily practice. Topics include core mindfulness meditations, gentle yoga, and mindfulness of the body, mindfulness in every day activities, and how to achieve success with your own ongoing practice. Retreat cost is $500 plus accommodations and is limited to 12 people.

Our second retreat will be held at Rockaway Beach on the Oregon coast June 9-11. Our primary focus will again be mindfulness with an emphasis on aging and finding meaning in later years. Topics will include building a successful meditation practice, overcoming loneliness, and finding purpose as we near or enter our retirement years. This retreat is sold out.

Our Fall retreat will take place in late September at a location TBD. The theme will be mindfulness as a tool to bring peace and clarity to the upcoming holiday season. Participants will learn how a strong consistent mindfulness practice can help us counter winter darkness and keep our spirits positive. Topics will include building and maintaining a regular mindfulness practice, gentle yoga as a movement, the importance of time outdoors for our well being and the benefits of letting go.

If you have an interest in any of these, please contact us for more information. Registration will be available soon.

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