Day-Long Retreat with Rev. Connie L. Habash
Autumn is the time for deep release, teaching us to let go, on all levels. What are you ready to let go of in your life? Spend a day immersed in nature, community, yoga, meditation, and spiritual inspiration to support you in releasing what you no longer need, so you can Be who you are truly here to Be.
Yoga and Movement
- Deep Nature Connection
- Sacred Ceremony
- Group Processes
- Sharing in Supportive Community
- Includes a delicious vegetarian lunch!
Saturday, October 15th, 2016
At Ananda Valley Farm, Half Moon Bay, CA
Adult program, and a Kid’s program for ages 6-12! (teens welcome in either program)
Spend a day in community as we attune to nature, feel our connection to the Divine, and release the burdens we’ve carried, like the trees let go their leaves.
Set in a secluded, idyllic farm in Half Moon Bay, with a year-round creek, pond, flowers, and hiking trails, it is easy to feel deeply connected to the natural world and your Divine Self.
Our retreat includes yoga and meditation, deep nature connection, large and small group activities, and immersing in the energies of this sacred land and the sweet season of autumn.
There is time to relax, too, while feasting on a delicious vegetarian lunch.
Limited partial work-trade scholarships are available for those needing financial assistance, and you may also donate to the scholarship fund to support them.
Join us for a meaningful and moving day to let go, be present, and open more deeply to Spirit.
Early Registration (by September 15th) – $105 for adults, $90 for children ages 6-12
After September 15th – $120 for adults, $100 for children
Rev. Connie L. Habash, MA, LMFT leads the adult program. An ordained Interfaith Minister, psychotherapist, and Yoga & meditation teacher since 1993, Rev. Connie is passionate about creating spiritual community and deep connection to ourselves, each other, Spirit, and the planet. For more information, contact Rev. Connie or call 650-996-2649
Katie Hicks leads the kid’s program. She began her journey in the fossil-laden creeks of southern Indiana. As a teen and young adult she spent six years attending the W.I.L.D. (Wilderness Immersion Leadership Development) program where she slept monthly in primitive shelters through rain and snow, studied scouting, bird language, and natural history, and went on 2 3-day group survival trips carrying only a knife and living off the land. She spent a year training with deep nature connection leaders Jon & Nicole Young and was lead instructor for their all-ages village-style nature immersion program in the Santa Cruz mountains. Katie continues to work as a deep nature connection mentor in Santa Cruz. On her free time she can be found on California’s wild coasts swimming with harbor seals or exploring through huckleberry patches. She is passionate about singing, fiddling, dancing, and making fun mischief in nature with people young and old.