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Embracing the Risk of Authenticity: A Circle of Trust Retreat®

Anita Bondi and Jean Richardson

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June 8, 2018 6:30 PM until June 10, 2018

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Why do we fear our deepest gifts? How are we called to risk authenticity in our lives? This program will bring together the work of Courage and Renewal® with Interplay® creating a weekend that engages our whole selves: hearts, minds and bodies exploring what it is that keeps us back from affirming our true gifts we carry within ourselves and how it is we are being called to share these gifts in the wider world.

Led by: Anita Bondi is a self-proclaimed Breath Missionary, Anita believes that one good collective deep breath would bring world peace. She also has a Ph.D, is founder and co-director of Wellspring Holistic Center, and is the creator of The InterPlay Inspiration Deck. Anita teaches locally and nationally, maintains a private healing practice, and is dedicated to witnessing and affirming people in their personal life journeys.
She believes that breath, art, movement, and connection are as essential as food and water.  Anita is an enthusiastic, warm, and engaging leader. She creates a safe and sacred space for all who wish to participate.

Jean Richardson serves as the director of Kirkridge Retreat Center in Bangor, Pennsylvania. An accredited Courage and Renewal® facilitator she has led over 30 programs while at Kirkridge, many as part of a seasonal series. Prior to her move Jean spent 10 years on the staff of Ghost Ranch, a national conference center of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. located in New Mexico. Loving the outdoors, Jean has worked a variety of professional capacities in retreat settings for the 22 years.

Cost $425 includes double occupancy room, board and tuition

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