Sat, Apr 04 | Saint Philip and Saint James Episcopal C

{POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE} Walking with Vulnerability & Human Dignity

Experience and learn various gathering and moving tools for widening and deepening how you might connect with specific people in your community, your clients, your colleagues, family, and perhaps those in your midst where you face tension, differences, disagreement, and resentment.
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{POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE} Walking with Vulnerability & Human Dignity

Time & Location

Apr 04, 2020, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Saint Philip and Saint James Episcopal C, 2797 S Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80236, USA

About the event

***Because of COVID-19 we have postponed this workshops. Stay tuned on this page for updates on a new date and time.*** 

 

Walking with Vulnerability and Human Dignity  

  • Date: Saturday, April 4, 2020
  • Venue: St. Phillip and St. James Episcopal Church  2797 South Lowell Blvd. Denver, Co 80236
  • Time: Doors Open at 8 a.m. for coffee, bagels and fruit 
  • Workshop: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.  
  • Lunch: Included Catered by Mujeres Emprendedoras Cooperative  
  • Cost for Spiritual Direction Colorado Members: $85  
  • Cost for Spiritual Direction Colorado Non-Members: $95 

Scholarships Available  

Capacity: 22 people   

Registration End Date: When Full

 

How might we more intentionally honor human movement as a practice and ‘way of being’ towards healing, anti-racism, social justice, Earth care, and genuine connection?   

How can the humility of slowing down and moving with nature (people and planet) help us live a more open, loving, and undefended life?   

How can building tools to walk and roll more alongside our daily schedules help clear our minds, heal our hearts, and ground our existence?   

Join Jonathon Stalls of Intrinsic Paths and Spiritual Direction Colorado for a full-day workshop centered on movement-based invitation (through walking or rolling/wheelchair) to deepen and widen ~ how ~ we might hold space for our all that’s within us, for what all that lives in others, and all that lives on our planet. This workshop will involve three walking/rolling invitations (ranging from 30 minutes to 1 hour/each). We will have plenty of time for group gathering, practice/tool processing, and meaningful connecting. One of the main goals of this workshop is to experience various gathering and moving tools for widening and deepening how you might connect with specific people in your community, your clients, your colleagues, family, and perhaps those in your midst where you face tension, differences, disagreement, and resentment.   

Walking/rolling invitations will be held with great care and will be accommodating to all paces. Most environments will be accessible; however, some of the environments will be more challenging (intentional for the human dignity portion of the workshop). The longest walk will be 2-3 miles in length with plenty of steps to reflect, listen, and rest if needed. If you are at all curious or concerned about your capacity to do the walking/rolling portion of this workshop, please reach out to me directly: jonathon@intrinsicpaths.com.  A percentage of each ticket will go towards a donation to Soul 2 Soul Sisters. Please visit their website here and consider signing up for one of their upcoming Facing Racism cohorts happening throughout 2020. 

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