an Abide Immersion 2020
nourishing & healing practices to cultivate creativity and joy.
w. Hope Hamling & Gwendolyn Ren
This 40 hour immersion meets monthly to inspire deep connection with yourself, others, and the rhythms of nature. We’ll examine self and community care practices and holistic nourishment, dive into your unique constitutions, and hold space for authentic and creative expression to catalyze your journey. A fulfilling blend of workshop style explorations and retreat-style rest and play. Join us for five months of sense-of-wonder maintenance, and to walk a few more steps on your healing path.
Some of our practices will include: meditation, nature, creative forming, journaling, philosophy, accessible movement practices, poetry, and rest as we work toward the ever shifting point of balance. We’ll look through various lenses to help understand ourselves, our rhythms, and our needs, promoting self love, self worth, and an endless journey of curiosity in the relationship to self and others.
This program is for you if:
You are drawn to this program, and the idea of more beauty, more magic and more joy in your everyday life
You are an empath looking for skills on how to navigate your gifts
You are interested in learning more about yourself, understanding your “true nature” (and becoming kinder to yourself in the process)
You are ready to (re)claim a curious and creative perspective
You are a healer, facilitator or a yoga teacher seeking fresh inspiration for your personal practice and your work
You are a caregiver of any sort, including a guardian, parent, doula, teacher, social worker, doctor, nurse, or therapist and know that you need to refill your own well
You are looking for the connection of a dynamic and thoughtful community
Your body or your emotions are feeling stuck and you’re ready to free them up
You are ready to explore and commit to practices that support your healing and wellbeing
You have recently gone through a difficult time, and are looking to find more goodness among the grieving
You are looking to live a life with your feet on the ground and your eyes and heart open
You want to experience and contribute to a community centered around healing, wellbeing, and openness
This program may not be for you if:
You are resistant to doing deep work in the presence of others (you can feel resistant but must be open to removing the resistance!)
Are concerned you may feel unsafe feeling your emotions and do not have a support system to help you navigate what might come up
You are looking for a yoga teacher training (this isn’t it, but Abide offers one of those, too!)
Please Note: This program is not designed to be used in place of therapy, and we are not therapists.
Winter - Spring 2020 Dates:
Saturday, January 11 (1pm - 6pm) and Sunday, January 12 (1pm - 5pm)
Saturday, February 8 (1-6pm)
Saturday, March 7 (1-6pm), and Sunday, March 8 (1-5pm)
Saturday, April 4 (1-6pm)
Saturday, May 2 (1-6pm), and Sunday, May 3 (1-5pm)
Sunday dates include the option to stay for the Sunday evening, 5:30pm class at Abide Yoga - Danielle’s “Chill Flow” (accessible to all levels and body types).
Early Registration Investment (until November 1, 2019):
$999.00, pay in full (receive a 5 class pass to Abide Yoga for you or a friend, a $70 value)
or $333.00 deposit with payments $134.00 per month (autopay), January - May
Regular Registration Investment (starting November 2, 2019)
$1111.00 pay in full (receive a 5 class pass to Abide Yoga for you or a friend, a $70 value)
or $444.00 deposit with payments of $134.00 per month (autopay), January - May
Registration closes January 3, 2020
Deposits are non-refundable after December 1, 2019. Payment plans can not be cancelled after the start of the program.
If this feels like a powerful opportunity in your life but are unable to make the commitment financially please reach out to discuss options that might exist.
If you are in a position to sponsor a spot to assist someone in attending, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Hope and Gwen are committed to weaving together small moments with attention and wonder. Sharing awe, appreciation, laughter, tears, raw conversation, and abiding practices is the foundation of their work.
You can learn more about Hope, the owner of Abide Yoga, here: www.abideyogacleveland.com/hope
and you can learn more about Gwen here: www.gwendolynren.com