Two day experiential workshop in Lillooet followed up with four 60 min Skype classes once a week of grounding meditations and experiential exercises.
Date: Nov 10 and 11th
Time: 9:30 – 5:00pm
Cost: CAD $400 (non-refundable deposit $50)
Location: Lillooet, BC
Finding our roots and working through our layers to our Deeper Selves is a great way to come into better embodiment and presence. Being more present in all of ourselves makes us more resilient and grounded in our relationships to others, whether they are our children, clients or friends.
This workshop will cover various ways to more completely come into our bodies through working with feeling our pelvic bowl, gut and the various ways that we can feel rooted. We will work with our ancestral history in order to feel more supported by what has come before us. After our two day workshop we will come together once a week as a group for 60 min skype grounding meditations and group feedback to better integrate and deepen our presence.
This workshop is a powerful way to become more present with ourselves. This allows us to hold presence more completely for our clients.
About the Facilitator:
Renee Hella is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy teacher and has been facilitating deep healing work for more than 15 years. Renee began her work with this modality (Pre and Perinatal Psychology) in 2012 and assists with summer intensives and process workshops with Myrna Martin.
Renee’s work is a path of feeling her roots and grounding into her own body by continuously exploring how she can more fully embody her ‘Deeper Self’. When supporting clients and groups she leans back into the support of the Earth and our ancient Grandmothers’. This practice gives more depth, safety, wisdom and multi-dimensional support to the work the group does.
Please fill out the form below to let me know you are interested in the workshop.
Getting to Lillooet
Arrangements will be supported for people coming via Vancouver or Kamloops to connect and share a car rental to drive to Lillooet. You can fly to Vancouver or Kamloops, but not Lillooet.
- Take BC-1 E out of Vancouver (through Hope) to BC-12 N at Lytton. Follow BC-12 from Lytton to Lillooet. Watch out for rocks on the road between Lytton & Lillooet.
- Take BC-99 N out of Vancouver (through Whistler). Turn right to stay on BC-99 in Mt Currie. Follow BC-99 the rest of the way to Lillooet (gorgeous drive). Watch for rocks, deer and other wildlife on the road between Mt. Currie and Lillooet.
Take BC-1 W, then in Cache Creek, follow BC-97 N briefly to BC-99 S. Follow BC-99 S to Lillooet.
Lillooet, BC is an incredibly beautiful little town on the Fraser River, about 240 kilometres (150 miles) or 4 hours drive north from Vancouver (2 hrs north of Whistler). Lillooet has no airport but is only 2 hours drive from Kamloops. Nestled into the rivers and mountains, Lillooet is a rugged, natural location that is truly unique. There is something very special about this place for healing, culture, grounding, resonance and feeling the symbiotic interactions of human and non-human.
Places to Stay:
There are several lovely campsites with great facilities located in and around Lillooet as well as motels, hotels, B&Bs and quite a few Airbnb options in the area. More info here including an overview of price breakdowns. The first two motels on the list are within about 5 min walk to the venue.
- Mile 0 Motel
- Hotel De Oro
- Reynolds Hotel
- 4 Pines Motel
- Retasket Lodge
- Airbnb Lillooet
- Axel’s BnB
- Hotel Victoria
- Sturgeon Bay B&B
- Jade Valley BnB
- Fraser Cove Campground
- Cayoosh Creek Campsite
- Willows Campground
- Moha RV Park
- Seton Dam Campground – first come first serve but it’s free