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Vancouver 5Rhythms Workshop: Abun-Dance
November 21, 2014 - November 23, 2014
“Deep awakening is not possible until one masters the art of survival.”
What is your relationship to your body, to wealth and to prosperity?
Learn to dance the rhythms of abundance, overcome your survival struggles and increase the awareness of your relationship to money.
This workshop isn’t a get rich quick scheme. It’s an in depth journey where we dance with the 8 money archetypes: The Victim, The Innocent, The Warrior, The Martyr, The Fool, The Artist, The Tyrant, and The Magician. The backbone of this exploration is the 5Rhythms® movement practice which cultivates an open mind, grounded body and a heart of generosity. Kinesthetic learning is an entry point to understanding our complex relationship to money.
The body reveals all truths. It is the instrument and the container of our stories. When we unravel the rhythms within, a treasure-filled Kingdom is revealed.
No previous experience is required in order to participate in this transformative workshop.
Whole workshop: $235 ($200 for Students/ Seniors)
Early registration rate: $205 ($185 for Students/ Seniors) if paid in full by October 31, 2014
Partial scholarships are available upon application.
Please note that all cancellations will incur a $50 administration fee.
No refund will be issued (unless there are circumstances beyond your control) for cancellations after November 19.
“For as long as I can remember money and issues surrounding money have been equated with fear, anger and a sense of powerlessness for both myself personally and my family.
Dancing with these emotions, being invited to explore where they stem, and allowing myself the opportunity to deeply feel the pain of my ancestors has truly transformed how I understand money and my place in the world.
No longer do I see money as a negative, blinding force, but simply as energy that I can choose to be negative or positive. This dance of money has transformed me.”
— Candace Froebe, Arts Administrator Ottawa