Back to nature!
This workshop will help you to find your strength and power in a consumptive, plastic filled world.
Do you need a little “pick me up,” energy boost, and some time to reconnect to nature (oneself)? Then, join us in the beautiful Almtal, surrounded by water, mountains and trees for a 4-day workshop/ personal journey in an approach called “Work That Reconnects,” facilitated by Sarah Sea and organised by Juliane Vopel.
Using the unique methods developed by the world-renowned, Joanna Macy, Sarah will lead the group through a process; coming from gratitude, honouring our pain, seeing with new and ancient eyes and then exploring how to move forward collectively. A powerful, emotional, individual and collective experience – be ready for a deep and memorable journey.
Whilst using the theme of plastic and consumption as a central focus, there will be space to sense our inner responses to the climate crisis and in doing this we recognise and deepen our interconnectivity, learn some useful practices to take away and realise that nobody alone, has to carry the world’s problems on his/her/their shoulders.
13. – 16. September 2019
We will ask you to arrive before 4pm on the Friday (train stop is directly next to the camping area) and leave around lunchtime on Monday. The camp location is at the “Schatzlmühle” camping grounds in Viechtwang – Scharnstein, nestled along the Alm River and not far from the Almsee and will include camping.
How can I participate?
The registration for this workshop is already closed.
Sarah Sea Clarke’s job role is a Creative Optimist, this includes being a Filmmaker, Facilitator of spiritual ecology & dance/movement workshops, and a member of “The Work That Reconnects” research community.Sarah Sea Clarke
This project is supported by the Mutter Erde cooperation!