Session One: Persevering on Your Journey
January 24th, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
If you are on a journey of passion and purpose, and desire to make an impact for the kingdom, this journey can sometimes feel unsustainable, exhausting, and often lead to burnout.
Come join us for a day retreat, where you will learn tools and practices
to live out of a place of alignment and integration with your true self, and live and lead from a place of Stability in Motion. You will learn and practice to “stake your tent” by
grounding your body
quieting your mind
opening your heart
receiving the spirit
and live and lead with intentional integration, for intentional impact.
The day will be a balance of learning and practicing, silent reflection and conversation, stillness and movement, as we practice staking the four parts our “tent”. The day will include an assessment of your stability in motion, an honest inventory of the health of your four stakes, and practices of breathing, yoga, centering prayer, reflection, silent walks through nature, and scripture meditation (lectio divina), all grounded in Christian theology, contemplative practices, organizational behavior and psychology, leadership development, spiritual formation, and yoga.
$75 includes lunch and materials
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This is session one of a 5-part Stability in Motion Series. Check back for future dates and 3-day retreat options.
Stability in Motion Retreat Series: 1-day sessions
Session One: Persevering on Your Journey – January 24, 2020
Session Two: Grounding the Body – February 21, 2020
Session Three: Quieting the Mind – TBD
Session Four: Opening the Heart – TBD
Session Five: Receiving the Spirit – TBD