The Practice of Presence
Monday, July 22nd, 7-9pm
Hycroft Manor, Vancouver, BC
You are invited to join us for an evening of insight, relaxation and connection.
This experiential workshop will explore ways to master stress, manage angst, and get back into balance with our wants, needs, and desires. As womxn, we operate on a highly empathic level, and the need to rest, recharge, and join together is both sacred and necessary.
Learn how to practice presence from the feminine perspective by utilizing the tools and techniques provided. All who embody feminine energy are welcome to attend.
Kathy Welter-Nichols has been leading meditation and mindfulness retreats across the globe for over 30 years. She is a celebrated published author, NLP trainer, hypnotherapist, and licensed clinician currently in private practice. Her comprehensive knowledge of emotional intelligence, energetics, and ancient healing modalities has extended her award-winning career into the areas of master level reiki, doula support, and breath work. Kathy has much to share with us on accessing deeper states and trusting the guidance received.
Sylvia Tennant is the owner and lead designer of Zaleska, a line of gemstone jewelry intuitively created for energetic self-care. Her curatorial eye was developed as a senior contributor to a Canadian fashion magazine and she is a published style columnist and travel photographer. Sylvia’s previous career was in the Vancouver school district as a high school art teacher, but her passion for education is alive and well, and currently focused on sustainability, entrepreneurship, and energy healing.
*Please note: All ticket sales are final. Should your plans change, we suggest gifting your ticket to a friend!
Street parking is available.
Early Bird Pricing: $44 CAD + GST through July 11th, 2019
Regular Pricing: $59 CAD + GST from July 12th - 22nd, 2019
Our event will take place at the majestic Hycroft Manor, which is the headquarters of the University Women’s Club of Vancouver. This magnificent Edwardian mansion is a historical landmark and only occasionally open to the public.
MonteCristo magazine wrote a beautiful feature on the history of Hycroft Manor a few years ago (which you can read here).
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.