Time & Location
Oct 22, 7:00 PM
Lake Atitlán, Guatemala
About the event
Consider for a moment… that the first guru had no teacher. Their wisdom was gleaned directly from an astute observation of the natural world. The presence of a living landscape was the only resource required to produce their experience of enlightenment.
This courtship with nature, especially within a sacred landscape, is the most trustworthy guide we will ever know. It’s essence encourages authenticity, truth and balance.
Set within the lush, volcanic land of the ancient Maya, Lake Atitlán offers a powerful backdrop and deeply healing environment for this special Anatomy of Connection Retreat. Led by Jenn Wooten & Mateo Magee, we will experience and explore how we connect to our bodies, to our animal nervous systems, to each other, and to the land below us.
Topics of exploration include: Ecological mindfulness (land-based meditation) Our Human-Nature Relationship and its Impact on our Well-being Somatic Awareness Functional Yoga Nervous system education (based in Polyvagal Theory, Somatic Experiencing, and Organic Intelligence) Nervous System Awareness Nervous System Regulation Skills Energy Body Awareness Energy Movement Skills
This retreat is designed to create pathways to return to our wholeness. Through movement, breath, connection, community, ceremony, and nature immersion we will come home to ourselves and our essential wisdom.
This retreat qualifies for 20 hours of CEUs through Yoga Alliance