Who Is This For?
Do you feel overworked and under-supported?
Have you been told to rest, but you don’t know how to?
Have your culture, gender, race, and faith contributed to your inability to self-care?
Have you been diagnosed or born with a chronic condition that demands rest?
Then You Have Come To The Right Place!
This REST & Digest virtual retreat will support you by encouraging and illustrating what restful self-care looks like.
It will support you through a weekend of restful activities that promote healing while giving both your body and mind the space to process and ultimately, update itself.
Is designed to;
- Education of your nervous system.
- A workshop that promotes its healing, repair, and rejuvenation
- Talk’s that investigate address (biopsychosocial model) in regards to rest. Both present-day self-saboteur and ancestral lineage.
- Talks that empower and inspire self—care.
- Motivation to reset the circadian rhythm.
- Investigation of the body-mind connection.
Acknowledge the three ways in which the nervous systems process shock & fear of 2020. The material in this retreat aid the response of; fight, fleeing, or freezing. So you can digest the year past and become present at this moment.
For we acknowledge the digestion is far more than the process of food and so our collaborative approach synthesis the union of the physical, emotional, and the mental. So you can feel more aligned.
Plus to help you stay connected we have a preparation book so you can plan your meals before the retreat. As well as facilitators details and an ongoing Facebook group (post-retreat).
We Have A Social Conscious
To follow through with our interest in health, to the health of the planet, which is why we donation 3% 0f our sales to Treesisters. They are a global network encouraging women’s leadership and funding the restoration of environments, biodiversity and communities within more than 10 major ecosystems around the global Tropics, through a diverse portfolio of vetted, trusted reforestation projects and in the process, planting millions of trees. Join us in making ecological restoration the new norm! www.treesisters.org.”