Energy Healing + Yoga; The First 3 Chakras

Workshop and Non-Residential Retreat 

Wild Earth Studio, Port Townsend, WA

September 22nd, 10 am – 6:30 pm

and 

September 23rd, 9 am – 1 pm

Money. Sex. Power. Do I have your attention now? These are all the domain of our first 3 chakras, or energy centers. These chakras deal with the kind of energy that is absolutely foundational to our lives, which includes money, sex, power and so much more.

Just as a house is only as good as it’s foundation, so it is with us. Without a good foundation, everything else is unstable. Without a good foundation, it’s impossible to build anything worthwhile.

Come and shore up your foundation during this 2 day, nonresidential retreat / workshop. We will seek to understand, clean, clear, heal and renew our first 3 chakras using a myriad of potent energy healing tools. We will also work with the spirits of the elements, the plants and other subtle forces that can aid us in our process.

You will leave this weekend having shifted a lot of energy, let go of lot of old patterns that were no longer serving you, and feeling more connected to your Self and the forces in the Universe that support your highest expression.

Schedule For The Weekend:

Saturday, September 22nd:

10 am – arrive

10 – 12 – healing work – 1st chakra

12 – 1:30 – lunch

1:30 – 3 – restorative yoga + sound bath

3 – 5 – healing work – 2nd chakra 

5 – 6:30 – dinner + closing

Sunday, September 23rd:

9 – 10 – breakfast

10 – 12 – healing work – 3rd chakra

12 – 1 – lunch + closing

* Prerequisite: This workshop is only open to those who have taken Coming To Our Senses: Psychic Energy Perception 101, or it’s equivalent. If you’re not sure if your training counts as equivalent, simply email me and we’ll figure it out. 

* If you would like to attend but don’t have the prerequisite training, don’t despair; a couple of private  mentorship sessions with me should do the trick!

The investment for this weekend is 310. This includes the entire workshop and four amazing meals, prepared for you in-house with love and attention. It does not include lodging if you are coming in from out of town.

More about Lodging:

With its maritime heritage, artist spirit, and a touch of urban chic, Port Townsend is an easily accessible base camp to the Olympic Peninsula and beyond. Whether on land or sea; indoors or outdoors – Port Townsend has something for everyone.

Port Townsend offers many wonderful places to stay, from camping on the beach or in the woods to beautiful B&B’s. We recommend coming in on Friday night (Sept. 21st) so you have some time to relax and get settled in before the workshop begins. 

You are welcome to stay wherever you please, of course, but here are our suggestions:

Fort Worden: Fort Worden Sate Park is 400 + acre multi use park with over 2 miles of public shoreline. It’s a great place to camp* (make a reservation here: https://washington.goingtocamp.com) or a great place to rent a room or even a whole house (more info here: http://fortworden.org/stay-here/).

Fort Flagler: Fort Flagler State Park, on Marrowstone Island, is just a short drive from Port Townsend and has immaculately kept campgrounds*. We have camped there several times and really enjoyed it. Marrowstone Island is a wonderful place, especially if you like quiet and privacy. Be aware that there is only one (minimally-stocked) store on the island. You can reserve a campsite here: https://washington.goingtocamp.com.

*If you are planning on camping, make your reservation ASAP as they tend to fill up. 

Air B&B: With options for almost every budget, Air B&B is a great way to find your lodging for this workshop. Anything in the Port Townsend / Northern Chimacum / Marrowstone Island area should work well, as long as you have a car (public transportation in this part of the world is not great).  

More about Food:

Saturday lunch and dinner as well as Sunday breakfast and lunch are included in the cost of the workshop.

All of these meals will be prepared in-house with love and attention by our chef (and my fiancé) Nicholas Duke. Featuring local, organic and / or wild ingredients, Nick’s creations are healthy, fresh and exciting and deeply nourishing. We can happily accommodate any special dietary requirements, as long as you let us know at least 2 weeks in advance!

For all of your other meals and snacking needs, Port Townsend has some great choices. We love the local food co-op, as well as Nourish (technically in Sequim but totally worth the drive) and The Owl Spirit Cafe.

How To Register:

The workshop will be held at Wild Earth Studio (also known as my house) in Port Townsend, WA. The exact address will be disclosed to you upon your registration. Space in this workshop is very limited, so if you’d like to join we recommend registering ASAP to secure your spot. Click here to do just that! Or alternately you can register by emailing me.