Join Suniti Dernvosek and Rebecca Harrison for a spring retreat where we connect deeply to our own experience while cultivating tools to show up more fully in our everyday lives. Through an intentional weekend of movement, meditation and time spent in nature we renew ourselves and become more conscious and embodied.
Retreat is an opportunity to be quiet, gentle and deep. It is a place where many people experience breakthroughs in their practice. It’s a time to become more fully alive and commit to what feels personal and honest. With an interest in integration, we explore exercises explicitly designed to help you take what you learn during retreat and apply it to your everyday life.
We come together as community to share space, conversation and meals while allowing for personal time.
For an additional $50, receive two 90 minute online classes on June 4th and 11th from 7-8:30pm.
As part of post retreat integration we are offering two classes designed to anchor and significantly deepen what has happened on retreat. These classes are intended to smooth the edges and continue the momentum of taking what we've learned at the retreat into our lives.
I am an Alexander technique teacher, bodyworker and workshop facilitator working out of Portland, Oregon. I’ve had a lifetime fascination with approaching the body as a vehicle for creative expression, self-awareness, and exploration of life. I am passionate about helping myself and others live more joyful, conscious, curious, embodied lives. My style is often described as intuitive and kind.
I have had a private practice, working with individuals and groups since 2001. My life studies have been in hands-on modalities, psychology, dance/somatics/movement, and spirituality. My current studies include Alexander, Mindful Compassionate Dialogue, meditation, and somatic presencing.
I have been a student of dance, yoga and Buddhism for over 20 years and I’ve been teaching since 2004. I teach a warm and generous style of movement that is influenced by my interest in contemporary dance forms, yoga and mindfulness. I bring my love of movement, fondness of detail and my own understanding of practice into my teaching.
My interest as a movement guide is to offer an embodied experience that respects each individual’s process. I view movement practice as creative research involving an open flow of information.
Still Meadow Retreat Center is located in rural Damascus, Oregon, only a half hour from both downtown Portland and the Portland International Airport. Set on 60 acres of forest and meadow, with a year-round running creek, hiking trails and sauna, our lush setting provides a nurturing environment that inspires a deepening of experience.
Cancel before March 1st - full refund
Cancel between March 1st and April 1st - 50% refund
Cancel after April 1st - no refund