'Breathwork & Brushstrokes'
Experience healing breath & artful wholeness
in a nourishing intimate day retreat.
Saturday, November 25, 2023
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Light of the Prairies Retreat Center
(22115 Mun 51 N, Lorette, MB ~ 15 min SE from Wpg South perimeter)
Learn and practice wholistic tools to support with yourself through the busy season ahead
Find stillness and ancestral connection to support going inwards
A connection to flow and play through creative expression
Release stored stress, emotion and tension to tap into a felt sense of freedom
Experience authentic connection with yourself, others and Creation
Nourishment through food, community and nature
This event is open to all. No previous experience with breathwork or art is necessary.
What to expect
Opening intention circle & smudge
20 min gentle, guided somatic movement to connect with your body
40 min Conscious Connected Breathwork with recorded music, live drumming, light touch (with permission), support as needed
90 min Artistic creation time with Kisa MacIsaac
Time in nature for integration (14 acres including duck pond and labyrinth)
Tea & cookies
Conscious Connected Breathwork has been used in ancient cultures as medicine for 'dis-ease' and to gain insight into life and our role within it. This gathering is an opportunity to find a slower, more conscious space within and tap into your creativity to balance the pace of the season.
$175 Early Bird Rate (until November 12th)
$198 November 13th onwards
1 scholarship seat for those experiencing reduced income ($90)
(to claim this spot email email@example.com)
Advanced registration and payment is required.
Max 12 participants.
~ Although facilitators are trauma-informed and trained in working with trauma & sensitivities, group sessions are very powerful and NOT suitable for people experiencing severe psychological conditions or symptoms.
~NOT suitable for 2nd/3d trimester pregnancy or those with heart conditions, glaucoma or kidney disease.
~No refunds ~A waiver is required to participate
Meet Your Hosts
Lee Mae Spence
Lee is a proud Ininew Metis Iskwew. She is an independent consultant, facilitator, student breathwork facilitator and advocate who bridges the liminal space between Indigenous knowledge and practices with the goal of creating a more interconnected world. She carries teachings from Knowledge Keepers and Elders and has a bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development from the University of Manitoba.
Kisa (she/her) is Métis with family ties to manitow sâkahikan, the Métis community of Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta, Treaty 6. She also is part settler (Scottish, European), and calls Treaty 1 her home since moving to Winnipeg as a teenager. Kisa is a mother of three children, an artist, educator, and workshop facilitator. She has been leading wellness through art workshops since 2015 - sharing how art brings stillness, peace and healing, connection to culture; a powerful way to be free, to feel in balance, to be wild and courageous: art is medicine.
Joy is a Somatic Practitioner, Circle Way Host and Conscious Connected Breathwork Facilitator. She has 400-hr Numa Breathwork facilitation training, (including advanced training working with trauma sensitivities) and 13 years experience leading groups and individuals back home to themselves. She offers her services primarily in 1:1 settings, and co-hosts community breathwork events and intimate retreats.
She is a mother of 2 young adults and her cat, Hobbes.