A Seven-Day Quest for Women* in the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains
July 25-31, 2022 (Lyons, CO)
+ 2 online preparatory meetings + 1 integration meeting
Tuition Investment: Reg Price ($1925); Early Bird Price ($1775) ends May 25, 2022
Join a small group of women for an inspiring and illuminating 7-day wilderness quest on private land in the foothills near Boulder, CO. We invite you into this time of pause: to empty out and listen deeply to your inner voice and to the voices of the natural world. This quest includes a 3-day/3-night solo time on the land and an optional fast. When you return, we will invite stories from your solo time and offer reflection and witnessing to deepen your experience. Preparation and integration activities and meetings as well as the support of your guides will help you make the most out of this truly transformative experience.
*We welcome cis and trans women as well as non-binary people who identify primarily as women. Please contact us with any questions.
Your experience will include:
- Deep connection with nature
- Council Practice (speaking and listening practice)
- Earth-centered ceremony
- 3-day/3-night solo time on the land
- Solo preparation and integration exercises
- Meditations, poetry and journaling
- Deepening into community
- Nourishing our bodies and souls
UPCOMING DATES: July 25-31, 2022 (Lyons, CO)
TUITION: Reg Price ($1925); Early Bird Price ($1775) ends May 25, 2022
About Your Facilitators:
Katie Asmus, MA, LPC, BMP
Katie Asmus, MA, incorporates present-moment awareness, relationship to the natural world, body-mind connection and expressive arts practices to support people in more deeply and compassionately connecting to themselves, others, and the earth. She believes strongly in the power of spending time in nature as a way to listen deeply inward, and has a long history of creating, practicing, and facilitating personally meaningful culturally relevant ceremonies and rites of passage. Currently, Katie directs and facilitates rites of passage programs, sees psychotherapy and coaching clients and trains therapists and healers through The Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute (SWTI), a multi-dimensional therapeutic and educationally-based organization that incorporates Nature-based and Body-Centered offerings in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Laura Weaver, MA
Laura is devoted to co-creating vibrant communities and cultures of belonging, inclusion, and transformation. She partners with people and organizations to explore how we can offer our gifts in service of Life, experience our wild spirits, weave strong, diverse networks, and live in balance and reciprocity with our earth.
Laura is a soul guide, poet, facilitator, organizational consultant, mother of two adult children, and lover of the wilds. She is the lead facilitator for American Leadership Forum’s Leadership Institute, a core faculty member for the PassageWorks Institute (an educational non-profit) and a journey guide with Pachamama Alliance. She has been personally inspired and deeply steeped in land-based work and rites of passage work for the last 30 years–and has led programs and workshops for youth and adults in the U.S. and the Ecuadorian Amazon. Her publications include a poetry collection Luminous and a book for educators The Five Dimensions of Engaged Teaching, along with numerous curricula for the transitions years. Laura has also been profoundly influenced by her own healing journeys and initiations.
A NOTE REGARDING COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR IN-PERSON PROGRAMMING: we will be monitoring the evolving situation and giving updates to program participants on our own specific protocols. These protocols will be based on local, state, and federal recommendations and requirements as well as outdoor industry best practices and will be communicated closer to the program start dates to ensure we are keeping current with appropriate precautions. For additional questions or information contact us at [email protected]