This retreat will be an opportunity during this most uncertain time to set time aside for your self-care, in the company of other women, perhaps from your neighborhood or from anywhere in the world. Technology will allow us to come together while protecting us at the same time.
You will leave with a concrete, integrated plan to open and grow your self-compassion.
Honouring our needs,
Supporting ourselves and others
Elements of Self-Compassion
It will be a unique experience of self reflection, self-compassion and healing sound, led by Pamela Van Nest, Self-Compassion Coach and Leah Glatz, Sound Healing Facilitator.
On the Friday evening from 7 pm to 10 pm we explore self-compassion and self-talk.
After a good night's sleep, we will continue on the Saturday morning at 9 am til noon, exploring our inner dimensions and continuing to integrate sound to explore self compassion from your inner soul’s wisdom.
To register contact me at email@example.com
The cost is $Pay-What-You-Are-Able $25-$250
Rosemary Ganley, a writer for the Examiner, shared this statement after a 15 minute Sprint coaching session with me:
“When a person of depth and insight listens attentively to one's deep yearnings and uncertainties and then offers gentle feedback, fifteen minutes can do as much good as months of counselling!”
"I have referred to my notes and breathed, hugged myself and think about what makes me happy and fulfilled, I so loved this retreat. I’m a slow learner and needed this reminder to be true to myself. Pam, “you did good!” Seriously, this shifted my thinking during this pandemic. Thank you. I enjoyed laughing at each other and ourselves doing and sharing paradoxical thinking and the exercises Leah shared were very helpful and something I never knew. Ann Hobday 2020
Another participant wrote:
"This retreat came at a needed time. Thank you Pam I have become more aware of self compassion.
The most valuable thing I learned about self compassion and my needs during this retreat is that I do not show myself any self compassion. I need to give myself time to do this no matter what is going on in my life. I also noted that I do not know at times what I need and I hope with self compassion I will become more aware of my needs and listen to myself to become more aware of what is happening inside of me." Anne D. Peterborough