Would you like a life changing and fun weekend away on an organic farm in the beautiful Overberg?
On the 31 May I will be co-facilitating a new, fun workshop experience in the Western Cape, healing mind, body and soul with teachings as well as body movement and Tai Chi..
Integrating Heart Body Mind
Weekend Retreat – @ Hearth & Soul Stanford Western Cape (Just 2 hrs drive from CT International Airport)
When: 31 May to 2 June 2019
This weekend retreat at the beautiful organic farm, Hearth and Soul, just outside Stanford. Includes Wisdom Teaching & Body Movement, plus optional activities such as Tai Chi, meditation and exploring the scenic walks on the property. There will be time for reflection and journaling or just being in nature, enjoying the beauty and tranquillity of the surroundings. At other times, you may opt to mingle with the other like-minded participants. On Saturday evening we will integrate body movement and dance, connect and experience joy together!
Open to anyone seeking healing, empowerment or further awakening and transformation.
3 Experienced Transformational Facilitators:
Early bird: R 3,200 pp sharing all inclusive,
R 1,600 deposit required on or before 30
After 30 April: R 3,800 pp sharing all
inclusive. R 1,900 deposit required on or
before 15 May
Balance due on or before 30 May.
Contact: Annelize 082 924 3871 / Cathy firstname.lastname@example.org
A powerful team, combining a variety of knowledge, skills and experience from different backgrounds, will guide you through life shifting interactive, experiential processes touching all aspects of your being.
Ayla Nowell will deal with birthing a new Heart, John Homewood with mastering your Mind and creating Presence within you, and all of this will be embodied through conscious movement, which will be facilitated by Annelize Becht, working with integrating wisdom and new programming into the Body.
When dealing with challenges and trying to bring about change in our lives, it is important to make sure that what
we think, feel and do are aligned. In other words, our actions should ideally reflect what we think and how we feel, and if not, this needs to be resolved first. Real change can only take place when we use an integrated approach which incorporates all levels of our being – the Heart, Body and