It’s a little astonishing, how quickly a year passes! Yet here we are, Lynea and I, getting ready for our annual Summer Intensive at beautiful Still Meadow Retreat in Damascus, Oregon – the first of two Intensives we’re offering this summer. (The second will be held in Wisconsin this August.)
These workshops, combining all three of our basic Integrated Approach to Wellness courses, offer more than just the opportunity to learn the complete Yoga Calm Wellness System in a single week. They also provide time to rest and rejuvenate in a peaceful, natural setting and to meet, share and network with colleagues from around the world. (Last year, one student traveled all the way from Turkey to attend!)
Community is crucial to what we do. More than just a Yoga Calm principle, it’s how we stay informed and inspired in our teaching, counseling or other work. Gathering together to learn, network and socialize matters. It keeps us going.
It’s why professional associations hold conferences, such as the upcoming American School Counselor Association (ASCA) conference – of likely interest to many Yoga Calm users. Scheduled for June 25 – 28 in Seattle, it’s a great opportunity to “Perk up your Program,” as this year’s theme puts it – an event “jam-packed with hard-hitting, informative sessions; engaging, entertaining keynote speakers; and networking opportunities galore.”
And Yoga Calm will be there with special info, products and freebies at our booth (#1032). If you’ll be at the conference, do drop by, say hi and see what’s new with Yoga Calm.
Wish you could attend both our workshop and ASCA? You can! The introductory component of our Integrated Approach course will be held June 23 – 24, and Seattle is just a short drive or flight away. To register for just this component, click here.
To learn more about and register for the complete Still Meadow Summer Intensive, June 23 – 29, click here. Group discounts are available.
Whether in Seattle or at Still Meadow – or later in Wisconsin – we hope to see you this summer to learn, share and grow in the important work we’re doing to help children lead happy, healthy and successful lives.