Breathwork Community Journeys
'The way out is through.' - Michael Brown - The Presence Process.
Release stored stress & suppressed emotions.
Gain insight & clarity.
Connect with others on a deeper level.
~ A Summer Solstice Community Breathwork Journey ~
Tuesday June 20, 2023
Light of the Prairies Retreat Center
(22115 Mun 51 N, Lorette, MB ~ 15 min SE from Wpg South perimeter)
Max 12 experienced* participants
Early Bird Rate Until June 6 (add 20$ after)
Note: * This event is intended for participants who are familiar with Conscious Connected Breathwork (either in groups or 1:1). We will not be including demonstration time at this particular event to allow more time for 'the process'. See notes and precautions below.
What to expect
~Opening Circle & Intentions (outdoors, weather permitting)
~90 min guided, supported breathwork journey
~Indigenous medicines & ceremony
~Integration & Closing Circle
~Snack & Tea by the fire (weather permitting)
~ Opportunity to wander & 'ground' on the 14 acre property (labyrinthe, pathways, and duck pond)
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. The solstice is a time where the sun appears to 'stand still', meeting its most Northerly excursion here in the Northern hemisphere. This gathering is an opportunity to pause and shine the inner light of awareness onto your own subconscious, to greet what we find and process it in the most beneficial way.
Important Notes & Precautions:
No refunds for cancellation.
Transfers permitted if need to cancel due to illness.
A waiver is required to participate.
Although facilitators are trauma-informed /trained in working with trauma & sensitivities, group sessions are very powerful and NOT suitable for people experiencing severe psychological conditions or symptoms (i.e. PTSD, Bi-polar disorder, Identity disorders etc).
Meet Your Hosts
Jason is an Independent Consultant & Educator with 17 years community Social Work experience, and extensive experience in Indigenous Knowledge & Ceremony. Jason completed 300-hr Numa Breathwork facilitation and holds a Masters in Social Work - Indigenous Knowledge (MSW-IK).
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.
Joy is a Somatic Integration Coach & Circle Way Host with 400-hr Numa Breathwork facilitation training and 13 years experience leading groups and individuals back home to themselves. She offers her services in 1:1 settings, community breathwork events, corporate wellness workshops, and retreats.