Nurture your body, mind, and spirit in this weekend retreat. You will learn the vast benefits of several modalities to assist you in opening yourself to more vitality: a raw, organic, vegan diet, Shibashi qi gong exercise, gentle or more intense yoga, aromatherapy, centering prayer, therapeutic touch, and even edible landscaping. You will assist in the preparation of and enjoy delicious, simple raw, organic, vegan meals.
Suzy Edmonson, LOT, RMT, C-AK, certified Live Food and Lifestyle Practitioner (left), will be your guide for raw, vegan nutrition, gentle yoga, and relaxation methods. Suzy has been an occupational therapist for over 30 years, and has been studying and practicing complementary methods for over 20 years. The methods incorporated in this weekend were instrumental not only professionally, but also personally, assisting Suzy in recovering from an autoimmune illness similar to rheumatoid arthritis, and it is the diet she follows as a cancer survivor. The diet is helpful in bringing vitality to your life and yoga practice, and it can greatly assist in managing diabetes, heart disease, and other medical conditions.
Ben Niccum (center) is a yoga teacher at the Yoga Project, Arlington location, and will be your guide for a more intense yoga workout.
Cheryl Beesley (right) is a landscape designer specializing in edible plants, and author or the recently published book, Landscaping with Edible Plants in Texas, recently released by TAMU Press; her book will be available for sale for $35.
Where: Shooting Star Ranch & Retreat, 1007 Batchler Rd., Red Oak, TX 75154. This wellness center is nineteen miles south of Dallas, on 24 acres of trees, with Bear Creek meandering along the back of the property. The property includes walking paths, a meditation gazebo, gardens, fountains, a pond and many seating areas perfect for quiet reflection.
Accommodations: Comfortable, single beds – one bunkroom for men, and one for women. If you prefer a private room, these are available for the registration fee plus $125.
When: Next event is planned for the spring of 2017.
Cost: Early bird registration $250. Late registration $275.
– includes meals, classes, and dorm-style accommodations
Registration: Event tab on website. Limited to 10 registrants.
For more information: Contact Suzy Edmonson 817 996-9961
We hope to see you there! Please register here in the spring of 2017.