Join Carol Jacobs, MSW, and Ann Skinner for our annual Women's Retreat at Shalom House in Montpelier, Virginia, as we explore the emergence of new life. Creating our own masks, we will have the opportunity to access our deeper Self, that part of ourselves that can guide us toward our fullest potential.
Toward the goal of a deepening into our creative, individuated Self this workshop provides a loving and sacred container for women to celebrate and discover their uniqueness and their place in the world. Mask-making, body movement, voice, art expression, and the fairy tale "Red Shoes" will provide the foundation for the "hearing" of the Self.
How do we stay true to our instincts, our intuitions, and our Soul's calling? The creation of a personal mask will provide a pathway into the psyche's authentic self and allow for the release of energies that no longer provide protection. The joy and appreciation of creative expression will accompany us in our mask-making retreat of personal renewal.
Space is limited so please register early. You may register on-line and then mail a check or pay on-line using a credit card.
Carol A. Jacobs, MSW, is a psychotherapist with 28 years of experience has a private practice in Ashland, Virginia. Carol is a Trustee of the Marion Woodman Foundation Board and has completed the BodySoul Rhythms Leadership Training Program with Marion Woodman, Mary Hamilton, and Ann Skinner. She is also a faculty member for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, DC, providing trainings for professionals and for victims of trauma both nationally and internationally, including work in Macedonia and Kosovo. She also serves on the Chrysalis Institute Faculty.
Ann Skinner serves as Senior Faculty at the Marion Woodman Foundation and is Head of Voice Emerita at the Stratford Festival, Canada. She is also the former Head of Voice at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal. With Marion Woodman, and Mary Hamilton, she founded BodySoul Rhythms®, an eight-day intensive for women, teaching a psychological process including body, voice, and mask.
Vicki M. Lanier M.Ed has a private practice specializing in women’s issues and body centered psychotherapy. She studied with Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman for 7 years and founded Pointe Wellness in an effort to create a center for self-searching and healing and actively seeks opportunities for individuals to grow through body, mind and spirit.
Location: Shalom House
15340 Robert Terrell Road, Montpelier, Virginia, 23192
Single Room Occupancy:
Chrysalis Members: $1,400 | Non-members: $1,475
Double Room Occupancy:
$100 off if you book a room (double occupancy) with a friend. Call or email for details.
Retreat pricing includes payment to Shalom House for meals and lodging.
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