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Summer Glory Evening Dance

Dance in nature's spacious glory at the beautiful Keating Farm on the unceded territory of the Quw’utsun mustiimihw (Cowichan People). 
 

Enjoy a large field of exploration and a magical forest while having music and guidance sent via radio signal directly to your silent disco headphones. 
 

Dance Temple is a personal awareness practice that invites you home to yourself. Take all the space to move and rest as you need. 
 

Exchange: $20

More info & tickets here: https://buytickets.at/dancetemplecowichan/553334

Facebook Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/354031052786672 


If needed, E-transfers can be sent to christy@rewildingfromwithin.com w/ password: forest


Approximate Intentions for Time:
6:45 • arrive, receive headphones & walk to the space to get settled
7:00 • opening 
7:15 - 8:50 • dance + movement
8:50 - 9:00 • closing + returning headphones


Preparation:

: wear layers & good walking shoes/sandals (we will be walking & exploring uneven natural landscapes)
: bring a blanket to rest 
: bring water bottle and water (be prepared to sweat)
: bring journal, pens, pencils, markers if you choose to work with those materials during the practice
: bring backpack or comfortable carrying bag to carry your stuff to our dance location (a 5 min walk)

 

Christy Greenwood is an Expressive Arts Therapist and Registered Therapeutic Counsellor offering nourishing creative experiences that gently attend to trauma recovery, mental health, emotional integration and embodiment. ☆ She is a devotee to the creative spark who lives and works on the unceded territory of the Quw’utsun mustiimihw (Cowichan People) near the Cowichan River on Vancouver Island, BC. 


Let her know if you have any questions via FB messenger or email at: christy@rewildingfromwithin.com.

Questions?
Email: christy@rewildingfromwithin.com
Website: https://christygreenwood.com

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Day Retreat

Rewild your creativity in this outdoor day retreat designed to nourish and inspire you. 
 

Get grounded, find your centre and explore your creativity through movement, dance, journaling and expressive arts therapy.

You will have plenty of space to spread out and explore some of the unique landscapes of the Farmily Retreat on the unceded territory of the Quw’utsun mustiimihw (Cowichan People). 
 

You will be given sterilized silent disco headphones to wear for a large portion of the event where radio signals of soulful music and voice guidance are transmitted to you directly. 
 

Exchange: $75 - $95 

More info & Tickets Here: https://buytickets.at/christygreenwoodsessions

Facebook Event Page Here: https://fb.me/e/1Kv0rSxxk

10% of all proceeds will go towards legal funds of old-growth Land Defenders at Fairy Creek.




Preparation:
 

: wear good walking shoes or sandals (we will be exploring uneven natural landscapes)
: pack a delicious, nourishing lunch, snacks & water for yourself
: bring a blanket or whatever is needed for setting up a nest for visioning, journaling, drawing & resting
: bring journal, pens, pencils, markers (whatever you like to bring colour/words to your pages)
: bring backpack to carry stuff as we will be moving to different spaces for each chapter of the retreat

 

Christy Greenwood is an Expressive Arts Therapist and Registered Therapeutic Counsellor offering nourishing creative experiences that gently attend to trauma recovery, mental health, emotional integration and embodiment.
☆ She is a devotee to the creative spark who lives and works on the unceded territory of the Quw’utsun mustiimihw (Cowichan People) near the Cowichan River on Vancouver Island, BC. 

Questions?
Email: christy@rewildingfromwithin.com
Website: https://christygreenwood.com

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Hub Dances

*Currently postponed until further notice. 

Dance Temple Cowichan hosts monthly events at our favourite local community center with a rotating group of facilitators/DJ's.

It is an evening filled with music, movement, community and intention.
 

What To Expect:

All ages, genders, races, sizes gather together in the welcoming, inclusive atmosphere @ The Hub. We invite you to take off your shoes, have a full water bottle, dress in layers and prepare to move.

The first half hour is a warm up, social time to orientate self into the space, say hello, do some yoga and take some deep breaths. Then we have a gentle opening, sometimes with light facilitation and an invitation to consider these three tips to support your dance practice:

 

1. Minimize talking on the dance floor.

2. Listen to your body.

3. Dance like no one is watching or dance like everyone's watching..... your choice!
 

We provide the music and let you feel the rhythm, feel the beat and discover the freedom in your feet. No experience necessary.  There are no steps to learn, no right or wrong way to move, just allow the music to guide you while surrounded by community.  At dance temple you are encouraged to honour yourself, whether you are dancing or lying in stillness on the floor. It is all welcome.  Often the hardest part is just showing up!
 

We often end our dance sessions with live music, didgeridoo and a gentle closing circle often with lots of smiles and consensual hugs (oh how we all miss hugging during these Covid days)