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Teacher Training In Majorca, Spain


Teacher Training
In Majorca

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Teacher Training In Majorca, Spain


Teacher Training
In Majorca

this Retreat is FULL, Check back for 2019 dates

 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training
MARCH 3-24, 2018

CAMPENET, MAJORCA, SPAIN

Please Join Sensei Beate Stolte and Jodie K Lea in an unimaginably beautiful island location for an incredible, life changing 21-day training March 3-24, 2018. This will be a 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training on the beautiful island of Majorca in Spain. Jodie K Lea will co-teach this retreat with international Zen Meditation teacher Sensei Beate Genko Stolte (see her bio below). 

Are you ready for this?

If you want to become a yoga teacher or if you want to upscale your life by dropping into a deep and transformative yoga experience, this training is for you. It will require a strong commitment to personal growth through sustained practice and focus over 21 days.


 
I completed the 6 week intensive 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training with Tantra Power Yoga. It has enriched my life spiritually, mentally, and physically. Within weeks, 10 years of chronic back pain and migraines were alleviated and diminished.

Jodie Lea is an exceptional teacher. Her love of Yoga shines through into her teachings, creating a kind and genuine experience for her students. I feel blessed for this opportunity and confident taking my practice out into the world.

What are you waiting for!? Let Tantra Power Yoga enhance your journey and take you to where you want to be.
— Kelly Mills, Eugene OR
 
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What to Expect from Day to Day

The Tantra Power Yoga 200 Hour Program is an incredibly fun, rich, and deep learning experience. You do not have to start the program knowing that you want to teach yoga. YOU ONLY NEED TO HAVE A DEEP DESIRE TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE FOR THE BETTER ON ALL LEVELS. Since this is a Yoga Alliance Certified program, we cover all the required topics so that you can become an RYT-200 (Registered Yoga Teacher - 200 Hour Level).

TOPICS INCLUDE:

Techniques, Training and Practice

This is the actual practice of the 3 styles of yoga in our program: Hot Yoga Vinyasa, Classical Hatha, and Restorative yoga. This also includes extensive practice of meditation, pranayama (breath work), and mantras. We will be under the guidance of international Zen Meditation teacher Sensei Beate Genko Stolte during this training. (See her bio below) 

Teaching Methodology

This includes skill in communication, public speaking,  creating transformational space, managing time and relationships. These are useful skills for any career or path in life. 

Anatomy and Physiology

Basic understanding of the benefits of yoga on all the systems of the body and safety concerns in yoga practice. We also focus intensively on energetic anatomy including the chakras and pranas. 

Ethics, Philosophy and Lifestyle

Understanding the ethical,  philosophical and historical underpinnings of Tantra Yoga will support you in creating an over-the-top healthy and empowered lifestyle. 

Practicum

As the training progresses all trainees will be required to teach 10, 15, 30 minute mini-classes and finally a 75- minute class including asana, meditation, and pranayama. These teaching opportunities will hone your skills, knowledge and confidence and give you a chance to show what you know and share your passion with others. 


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yoga teacher training retreat majorca villa

Location & Accommodations

We will be staying in a beautiful, 5-bedroom, stone VILLA with a swimming pool on a quiet hillside overlooking the Tramuntana Mountains about a 5 minute walk from Campenet, Majorca. This idyllic environment will give us the space to focus wholeheartedly on our yoga journey together. The VILLA has 3 bedrooms with two single beds, so you will be sharing a room with one person and there are 2 shared bathrooms for the group. 

The Villa has a fully equipped, spacious kitchen and indoor and outdoor dining and living areas with plenty of patio space around the salt water filtered swimming pool. In March the morning and evenings will be cool but the winter season in the Balearic Islands is definitely over and daytime temperatures should be between 60-80 degrees and sunny. On cool mornings and evenings we will have a fire in the fireplace. 

While the Villa is not small, we will still be living in close quarters, sharing living, cooking, and bathroom space. Please factor in your comfort level with living closely with others when you decide to join this program. If you decide you would like a single room an extra fee of $500 will be charged. You may arrive a couple of days early (March 1) and stay at the Villa to sleep off jet-lag at no extra cost. 

FOOD AND MEALS

Because of the intensive nature of this program and the diversity of everyone's dietary needs, we will all eat on our own during the program. This means we will each purchase our own groceries and prepare our own meals for 6 days of the week. One day of the week (our "day off") we will grocery shop and eat together, either in a communal meal at the villa or in one of the many wonderful restaurants on Majorca. The COST of food is NOT included in the cost of the program as each person will budget according to their own needs. Keep in mind that because we will be practicing so much yoga and meditation during the days you will want to eat LIGHT, CLEAN, and SIMPLE and there will not be a lot of time for elaborate cooking. The cost of food in Majorca is similar to the cost of food in the US. No alcohol is permitted during the program. 

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SCHEDULE

Our daily schedule will involve 12-hour days, 6 days per week. It is imperative that you show up for this program in good health and ready for sustained focus. The yoga, meditation, and supportive group learning environment with give you more energy than you have possibly ever experienced in your life. Breaks will be built into every day, and as the program progresses there will be more time for solo study and preparation for practicum teaching. 

Saturdays - Thursdays: March 3-8, 10-15, 17-24

6:30am: Wake up, lite breakfast
7:00-7:25: Morning Meditation w/Sensei Stolte
7:30-7:55: Meditation with Sensei
8:00-9:15: Morning Vinyasa Yoga
9:15-9:45: Guided Meditation
9:45-10:45: Break for Breakfast
10:45-12:30: Workshop
12:30-2:30: Lunch and Break
2:30-4:30: Workshop
4:30-6:00: Classical Hatha Yoga Practice
6:00-7:00: Dinner
7:00-8:00: Dharma Talk with Sensei
8:00-9:00: Restorative Yoga
9:00-9:25: Meditation
9:25-10:00: Quiet Study Time
10:00: Lights Out

Fridays: Day Off
On our days off we will go grocery shopping and take an excursion to the beach or a hike in the Tramuntana Mountains, visit the beautiful city of Palma with the famous Cathedral and eat out at a wonderful restaurant. We will make decisions about our days off together as a group as the time comes. 

My Co-Teacher: Sensei Beate Genko Stolte

It is a true honor to be able to have Sensei Stolte with us during this program. I met Beate at a meditation retreat in Italy in 2016 and we became friends. Beate is an internationally known Zen Meditation teacher and a wonderful friend and host. She hosts silent retreats at the Villa in Majorca during the winter months and has graciously invited us to share this space with her in March, 2018. To have the opportunity to learn meditation with this Master is truly amazing. 


SENSEI BEATE GENKO STOLTE

Is a Zen teacher and first Dharma successor of Roshi Joan Halifax in the tradition line of Taizan Maezumi Roshi and Bernie Glassman Roshi. She has been practicing Zen Buddhism for over 25 years and has been ordained in the line of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi (Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind).

She is a graduate in business administration and a graduate in economics and has two adult children. She lived, practiced, and taught in Buddhist communities in the US, Switzerland and Germany, and visited Japan for Zen Buddhist studies.

She was a founding member of the Buddhist Study Center / Germany and headed it for 10 years as Managing Director and Director. Beate Genko Stolte led the Upaya Zen Center in the USA for several years as co-abbot and teacher. At the end of 2012 she returned to Europe and is now teaching in the USA and Europe.

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COSTs AND POLICIES

The cost for tuition and accommodations for this 21-day Intensive (plus two additional nights at the Villa before the program starts to settle in and sleep off jet-lag) is $3650 (if paid in full) or $3900 (two payments). If you are making two payments, the first non-refundable 50% payment of $1950 will reserve your space. The second payment will be due by December 15, 2017. 

The availability of the Villa is not guaranteed so non-refundable payments are due now. The program is limited to 5 and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. 

The cost of the program is non-refundable but it is transferable meaning that if you have to cancel you can transfer your spot to another participant. If no other participant is found your fee is non-refundable. 

Additional costs not included will be: airfare to Palma, Majorca, food, books, and the shared expense of a rental car. With 6 people sharing a rental car for 21-23 days the cost should be about $130 per person. 

All participants will have to fill out a liability form and demonstrate good mental and physical health. You may want to check with your Health Insurance Provider about your Health Insurance coverage in a foreign country. 

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WHAT TO BRING

  • A Valid US Passport with expiration date at least 6 months after the end of the program (9-2018)
  • Comfortable Yoga Clothes for cool and warm temperatures. We will practice both indoors and outdoors on the patio. Although we will be practicing "Hot Yoga Flows" we will not actually have a 'heated room.'
  • Your Own Yoga Mat (there are mats at the Villa but you may want to purchase your own "travel mat" or bring your favorite mat. Meditation cushions will be provided). 
  • Layers for Cool Mornings and Evenings
  • An electrical convertor so that you can plug your electronics into the Spain outlets : there is internet access at the Villa 
  • EUROS : convert some dollars into EUROS at your local bank and get a better exchange rate before you travel
  • WhatsAPP: Download WhatsAPP on your phone for FREE International Texting and Calls while you are in Europe
  • Comfortable walking/running shoes
  • Slippers or flip flops for around the Villa
  • Swim suit
  • Laptop/cell phone
  • Sun hat, sun glasses, sun screen
  • Camera, journal, pens
  • Rain coat/hat
  • Any First Aid Items you like to travel with: There is a first aid kit at the Villa
  • Books: You may want to purchase most of your books in electronic format for ease of travel. The Teachers Toolkit will have to be purchased hardbound. For the complete booklist for the program see the TRAININGS section of the site.
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Yoga & Zen In Switzerland


Yoga & Zen
In Switzerland

Yoga & Zen In Switzerland


Yoga & Zen
In Switzerland

Tantric Yoga and Zen Fusion Retreat
August 20-25, 2018
 

Felsentor Retreat Center, Lake Lucerne, Switzerland

Please Join Jodie K Lea and Sensei Beate Stolte in an unimaginably beautiful location for a week of Classical Tantric Hatha Yoga and Zen Meditation retreat!

August 20-25, 2018 we will come together for 6 days and 5 nights at the Felsentor Retreat Center perched on top of a private promontory overlooking the breathtaking Alpine valley surrounding Lake Lucerne in central Switzerland. 

Registration for this Retreat can Happen ONLY Through the Felsentor Retreat Center Website. Once you link into their website you must remain in the German Translation to Register: Go To: Kursprogramm (the yearly schedule) and Scroll Down to August 20-25, 2018. CLICK ON Yoga und Zen Retreat. There you will have the OPTION TO Register for 3 Room Options. Click on ANMELDUNG fur KURS (Register for Course):

Mehrbettzimmer: CHF 475 (95/Tag)= $95 per day (DORM)
Doppelzimmer:    CHF 600 (120/Tag) = $120 per day (Double Occupancy)
Einzelzimmer:      CHF 750 (150/Tag) = $150 per day  (Single Occupancy) 
zzgl.Kurtaxe: CHF 13.50 (2.70/Tag) (Tax) 

Cost Note:  Cost per night per person includes 3 meals per day.  THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COST OF THE TEACHINGS WHICH ARE PAID FOR BY DANA (donation) in the Buddhist Tradition. DANA is GIVEN TO THE INSTRUCTORS AT THE END OF THE RETREAT. As a guideline for Dana, Felsentor recommends a sum of 50 Swiss francs per day for seminars with 25 or more participants, and more in seminars with smaller attendance. Each seminar requires intensive preparation. We thus also ask participants to consider the day of arrival and the day of departure in preparing their contribution. At the end of the course, the donation, sealed in an envelope provided by the center, is placed in the Dana box. The envelopes are given anonymously to the teacher, with each person individually placing his/her envelope in the Dana box. Read MORE About The Tradition of DANA in Buddhism Below..

YOGA & ZEN

Our morning and evening practice sessions will start with Tradtiional Tantric Hatha Yoga using Asana, Pranayama, and Chanting to bring about full mind, body, and spirit embodiment to throughly awaken the Chakra energies. This full body awakening will be followed by traditional Zen Meditation and Instruction in Buddhist Ethics and Insight. The Fusion of Tantric embodiment and Zen practice will help each participant to develop a deeper and more fully integrated spiritual practice. 

During the daytime hours between practice sessions we will enjoy group Walking Meditation sessions as well as plenty of free time to enjoy the magical environment of Felsentor. 

SCHEDULE

August 20
3:00pm: Check-In Time
6:00pm: Dinner
7:00-8:30: Retreat Opening and Practice

August 21-24
7:00am: Morning Meditation
7:30-9:00am: Morning Tantric Hatha Yoga with Jodie
9:00-10:00am: Zen Meditation and Buddhist Teachings with Beate
10:00-1:00pm: Breakfast and Free Time
1:00-2:30: Walking Meditation
2:30-6:00pm: Lunch and Free Time
6:00-7:00pm: Dinner
7:00-9:00: Tantric Hatha Yoga and Zen Fusion with Jodie and Beate

August 25 we will follow the same schedule: Check Out time will be Noon. 

 

About Felsentor

Felsentor is located in central Switzerland on Lake Lucerne on the Rigi at an altitude of 3,707 feet above sea level.

Far from the bustle of everyday life, Felsentor is accessible only by a 15-minute walk after getting off the tram on a mountain path from the RigiBahn Romiti-Felsentor Station. (It is possible to have your luggage transported by truck).

Founded in 1999, the Felsentor Foundation runs a guesthouse for spiritual seminars, operates a garden restaurant for hikers, maintains an animal welfare center and is presently expanding its agricultural activities. 

The Felsentor community consists of 10 persons who see to the needs of guests at the center and care for the animals. Our main focus is meditation courses and retreats in various Buddhist traditions.

SENSEI BEATE GENKO STOLTE

Sensei Beate is a Zen teacher and first Dharma successor of Roshi Joan Halifax in the tradition line of Taizan Maezumi Roshi and Bernie Glassman Roshi. She has been practicing Zen Buddhism for over 25 years and has been ordained in the line of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi (Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind).

She is a graduate in business administration and a graduate in economics and has two adult children. She lived, practiced, and taught in Buddhist communities in the US, Switzerland and Germany, and visited Japan for Zen Buddhist studies.

She was a founding member of the Buddhist Study Center / Germany and headed it for 10 years as Managing Director and Director. Beate Genko Stolte led the Upaya Zen Center in the USA for several years as co-abbot and teacher. At the end of 2012 she returned to Europe and is now teaching in the USA and Europe.

 

Accommodations

Felsentor offers accommodations for the participants of this retreat in Single, Double or Dorm style rooms. The Dorm is located in the Zendo (practice) building and has bathrooms but showers are located in the Main building and can be used at any time. 

 

DORM

There are two dorm rooms in the Zendo/Meditation building that accommodate five people each.

Cost: $95 per night per person includes 3 meals per day. 
 

TWIN ROOMS

There are 12 twin rooms in the main building that can be booked as single rooms if a course is smaller, thus space permits.

Cost: $120 per night per person includes 3 meals per day. 
 

SINGLE ROOM

Depending on the size of our courses we can offer some rooms as single occupancy rooms. Please request to be added to the waiting list when enrolling for a workshop. Single rooms cost $150 per day and include 3 meals per day.  

MEALS

At Felsentor, they love to cook and bake

  • Meals are Vegetarian with limited use of dairy products.
  • Meals use bio-products, and during the summer produce from their own gardens in Felsentor and Frohmatte.
  • Eclectically with multicultural spices and recipes.
  • They bake all of their own breads and cakes
  • When purchasing ingredients, they emphasize regional products while considering the seasons. 

Cost:  Cost per night per person includes 3 meals per day.  THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COST OF THE TEACHINGS WHICH ARE PAID FOR BY DANA (donation) in the Buddhist Tradition. DANA is GIVEN TO THE INSTRUCTORS AT THE END OF THE RETREAT. 

Dana - Donations instead of a fixed course fee

An invitation to practice the flow of receiving and passing on. 

Many courses in Felsentor, in keeping with the Buddhist tradition, appear in the course program without a fixed remuneration for the teacher. Instead, the teachers receive monetary donations from all course participants that the participants decide on individually. This practice is known as Dana. We ask you to take a few minutes to read the following text to become acquainted with the spirit of Dana.

Dana, an essential element of spiritual practice in Buddhism, is also in harmony with the core of Christianity, where generosity, joy in giving and helping others are central elements. Dana is not so strange a term as it might seem at first glance. It is actually a Sanskrit word that means roughly “free donation” or “voluntary contribution.” In its etymology, the word Dana is closely related to the Latin words “dona” or “donare,” which also mean giving or gift.

Dana is one of the “six Paramitas (perfections)” in Buddhism. The literal meaning of Paramita is “going from this shore to the other shore,” in the sense of going from the present shore of illusion to the other shore of realization. 

As human beings we have many needs, such as air, water, warmth, nourishment, attention, love, protection and security. We need so much so as to be able to live fully with body and soul. Already with our first breath begins a process of receiving and letting go, of taking and giving, something of vital importance in every area of  life, in addition to being the key to genuine happiness and a fulfilled life.

Generosity as a spiritual practice means the practice of giving and receiving as we examine carefully our true priorities: What is really important for me in my life? Where do I find true happiness? How do these insights take concrete form in my own behavior and in my daily decisions? What do I want to support and make possible with my money? Where do I want to invest my money?

The spiritual teachers who are the recipients of Dana also need a financially secure basis for their livelihood in order that they can engage with true devotion in their teaching activities. The students, for their part, should be able to share in the teaching. In this sense, they are called upon to support those teaching activities with a generous spirit but within their capacity. The students practice giving to the extent possible for them, not overly anxious but also not beyond their means, not overextending themselves, but also overcoming stinginess. 

Different courses have different attendance figures, and the teachers have different financial obligations, travel expenses and material expenses. As a guideline for Dana we recommend a sum of 50 Swiss francs per day for seminars with 25 or more participants, and more in seminars with smaller attendance. Each seminar requires intensive preparation. We thus also ask participants to consider the day of arrival and the day of departure in preparing their contribution. At the end of the course, the donation, sealed in an envelope provided by the center, is placed in the Dana box. The envelopes are given anonymously to the teacher, with each person individually placing his/her envelope in the Dana box.

We are grateful for the willingness of both teachers and students to help the Dana tradition live on in these modern times of fixed prices.

 

Getting to Felsentor

Location and arrival

The Rigi is a car free area.
Arrival through Vitznau, a SteamBoat, located at the Vierwaldstättersee (Lake Lucerne), and from there by the Rigi cog wheel train to Romiti-Felsentor station (stop upon request). If you mention at the ticket counter that you will be staying at Felsentor you will get a 50% discount.
Half tax subscription and GA (general subscription) are also valid.
RigiBahn schedule

By car 
From Zürich:
Travel on the A4 in the direction of Lucerne and take the exit for Gotthard. Then drive right through Küssnacht and at the round-about procede towards Gersau/Brunnen until Vitznau. Metered parking is available near the Rigi Bahn Station (cog wheel train). 

By train and bus
From Lucerne: Take the train to Küssnacht Station and change there to the bus to Vitznau.

From Zürich: Take the train to Rotkreuz Station. From there take Bus 53 to Küssnacht Station, where you get on the bus to Vitznau.

Alternatively: Take the train to Arth Goldau and from there the blue Rigi-Bahn to Rigi-Staffel. In Rigi-Staffel you have to change into the red Rigi-Bahn down hill. Get off at Romiti-Felsentor.

SBB Schedule

By train and ship 
Take the train to Lucerne Station. From there, at the waterfront just outside the Station, take the ship directly to Vitznau. From Vitznau Station take the Rigi-Bahn (cog wheel train) up the mountain to Romiti-Felsentor. ( Stop upon request) 

From Romiti to the Felsentor
At Romiti Station there are road signs that guideyou to Felsentor. The walk takes approx. 15 Min. (robust footwear and a flash light!)

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Tantric Yoga Vision Quest


Tantric Yoga
Vision Quest

Tantric Yoga Vision Quest


Tantric Yoga
Vision Quest

 

Tantric Yoga Vision Quest Retreats
August 7-11 and September 6-10, 2017

*Required For All Spring and Summer 100, and 200 Hour Students

AUGUST 7-11 and September 6-10, 2017

A vision quest begins with the desire to in-vision new potentials.

Rumi said: “Judge a moth by the beauty of its Candle.”
Judge yourself by the beauty of your Vision.

Through traditional and up-to-date methods of purification, yoga, ritual, meditation, and walking your quest will take you to untapped sources of creativity, inspiration, and healing.

Pose a question. Revisit a problem. Seek a new perspective. Aspire to something great.

A vision quest is like throwing the best compost on the seed of a desire.

In the Indian and Tibetan Tantric Yoga Traditions, retreats to the mountains for purification and spiritual evolution are of primary importance. This retreat will give you the opportunity to take advantage of the spectacular beauty of the Idaho Backcountry to deepen your yoga and spiritual practice. 

Some questers choose to fast and observe silence. Others take off into the hills for solitude. Others journal and do photography. Others stay close to camp and practice yoga and meditation. The vision quest is open to your own design with the support of an experienced guide.

 

WHERE?

In the Salmon River Mountains, 1 hour East of McCall, near the Secesh River and the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness


Why?

  • Physical healing and rejuvenation
  • Creative Inspiration
  • Emotional Healing and Joy
  • Deepened Connection with Nature and Heightened Consciousness
  • For Wisdom and Vision about a Question, Problem or Issue

HOW?

This Vision Quest will be 5 days and 4 nights. On the first morning we will assemble at Tantra Power Yoga studio at 8am to begin the drive into the backcountry. We will arrive and set up camp at approximately 10 am after a spectacular drive through the remote Salmon River Mountains,  East of McCall.

Our Vision Quest camp, located next to the pristine waters of the Secesh River, will provide space for car camping and tent camping for no more than 20 people. Setting up camp will take about 2 hours. Once we are settled, the formal retreat will begin and abide by the following schedule. 


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2017 Schedule:

First Day

8:00am: Arrive at Tantra Power Yoga Center, load up and drive to Ponderosa Campground: Set Up Camp and Settle In

4:00-6:00 pm: Introduction to Vision Quest and Opening

7:00-9:00pm: Evening Yoga

Days 2-4: Heart of the Retreat

7:00am: Sunrise Meditation
8:00-10:00: Morning Hatha Yoga
10:00-Noon: Breakfast (optional) 
Noon-4: Optional Yoga and Meditation Sessions; Free Time; Walking; Exploration; Visioning; Lunch on Your Own
4:30-6:00: Evening Hatha Yoga
6:00-7:00: Dinner (optional)
7:00-9:00: Evening Session

Last Day

7:00 am: Sunrise Yoga
8:00-9:30: Morning Hatha Yoga
10:30: Breaking of the Fast: Celebration Meal and Closing
Noon-1:00: Break Down of Camp and Leisurely Drive Home
Back to McCall by 3:00 pm


How to Prepare for this Retreat:

Prior to the retreat you will have a consultation with Jodie about your hopes, expectations, fears, and questions about a Vision Quest. Jodie will assist you in clarifying your intentions to maximize the benefits of the retreat. 
 

What to Bring:

You will be responsible for all of your own camping gear, clothing, food, and accessories. Because everyone has their own dietary plan, we eat meals on our own for the most part. In the past, participants have been generous about sharing cooking gear and other necessities but it is best to plan on providing for your own needs. You can plan to drive your own vehicle so long as it is 4-wheel drive or you can carpool with another participant. The weather can range from snow (below 32 degrees, yes in July!) to the high 80's so plan to come prepared for possible extreme ranges in temperature. You will need your own yoga mat, props, and meditation cushions. A detailed Map, What to Bring List, Waiver, and other important information will be provided upon registration. 

 

QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE THE VISION QUEST INCLUDE:

  • Why do I want to go on this Vision Quest?
  • In what area of my life do I have a question, problem, or issue that needs vision, healing, or a new perspective?
  • Would I like to perform purifications? To what degree? Do I wish to fast? Cleanse? Take a vow of silence? Go into solitude? What questions do I have about these purifications?
  • What are my fears?
     

PRICING:

$299
Upon receipt of your registration we will set up the initial 1-hour consultation to address your questions, plans and intentions for this amazing growth experience. Looking forward to Questing with You!