Winter Retreat: Journaling
Winter Retreat is a series of workshops to explore a variety of self care and stress management techniques to support self discovery and regeneration. Participants are invited to come to one or all 5 workshops in the series.
February 16, 2011
5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Day Kimball Hospital
RHF Conference Rooms 2 & 3
Cost: $20 - $35 sliding scale
For more information and to register, contact Robin Thompson
(860) 928-6541 ext. 2095 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In this second workshop participants will be given the opportunity to experience the many benefits writing can have on their health and well-being. While the act of writing occupies our analytical, rational left brain, the right brain is free to create, intuit, and feel. As a result, writing allows us to access greater dimensions of consciousness to better understand ourselves, others, and the world around us.
Mindful of the needs of whole person care, the Winter Retreat series provides a learning environment that will attend to body, mind, spirit, and emotional well-being. Nutritious food, movement, poetry, breath, and meditation are woven into every class.
Robin Thompson, RN, HNC, a certified holistic nurse, health coach and stress management teacher with over 23 years advocating the integration of conventional medicine with the best holistic complementary care practices. She is currently Program Coordinator for Day Kimball Hospital’s Integrative Medicine and Employee Wellness Programs. Hillary Stern, LCSW and a dance movement therapist, helps children and adults connect to their innate creativity and return to wholeness. She was a member of a “Caring for the Caregiver” Music Therapy project after 9/11 in NYC and brings a keen awareness of the effects of caregiving during difficult times. She has been in private practice since 1996, currently in Mansfield Center, Connecticut. Cherese Mathews is an artist, educator, Kripalu Yoga Dance facilitator, Reiki Master/Teacher. She has a private practice using transformational breath, energy healing and creative process.