Finding your Path Forward: Cairns After Covid
Photo taken by George Herrick
A cairn is an impermanent human-made stack of stones.
They have been used to mark a path and to set boundaries.
WITH NANCY FLISS AND MICHELE RUSINKO
Monday July 12th, 4 PM EDT – Wednesday July 14th, 2021, Noon EDT
$385 single occupancy
Includes meals Monday dinner – Wednesday breakfast
As the world opens and pandemic precautions and restrictions lessen, we have what may be a once in a lifetime opportunity. We can choose to take a purposeful pause; to look back, to examine our experiences, to honor all our emotions and acknowledge our grief AND to look forward with hope. In this workshop you will have the space to reflect and to begin to think about next steps with discernment and self-efficacy, leading you towards a new way of being.
Our time together will foster connection and create a supportive environment for naming and embodying feelings, reflection, and taking the risk to imagine what is possible for each of us and the world we inhabit. Surrounded by the beauty and tranquility that is MBTS, participants will harvest their experiences and integrate new discoveries. In this sacred and safe setting, you can embrace opportunities to learn, to reclaim your personal narratives and to re-imagine your way forward.
Nancy Fliss began her career working with adolescents and teaching in a Counseling and Human Services program. She worked with women's groups focusing on self-awareness and esteem, assertiveness, and leadership issues. In the 80’s she began consulting with rapidly growing small to midsized companies. She built a successful company with her partners which embodied their values and was cherished by their loyal employees. Creating a Center of Excellence, for employee and organizational development gave her an opportunity to pass on her learnings and experience. She currently provides coaching and training to facilitate transitions and transformations. She holds a B.S., an M.Ed., and an M.B.A. and will receive her certification in Positive Psychology Coaching from the Wholebeing Institute in July of 2021.
Michele Rusinko is a passionate teacher, choreographer, dancer, writer and engaged citizen. She has taught in the Department of Theater and Dance at Gustavus Adolphus College, in St. Peter, Minnesota, since 1988. Her current research explores the intersections between her experience teaching dance and somatic science; her scholarship in the psychology of resiliency; and an embodied understanding of human dignity. Outside of the college she offers her services through Embracing Ease, an organization she originally created to work with those traversing a cancer journey. She has a B.A. and M.F.A., several Yoga certifications and holds a certificate in Positive Psychology from the Wholebeing Institute.
Drawing from their broad experiences and expertise in Circle Process, Appreciative Inquiry and Positive Psychology, Rusinko and Fliss create opportunities to foster deep awareness and for wise action to emerge.
|Dates:||7/12/2021 to 7/14/2021|