Capturing Dreamscapes for Self-Discovery
A Unique Restorative Retreat to Explore Self Through Dreams and Soul Collage
24 Hour Option: Fri Oct 7 at 4 p.m. to Sat Oct 8 at 4:30 p.m.
Extended Day Option to Sun Oct. 10 at 2 p.m.
An inspiring, restorative small group retreat to explore your dreams
- Develop an ongoing practice of “dream catching” for yourself.
- Work with images using SoulCollage®
- Have fun playing with dream puns and images
- Explore your dreaming potential for self-discovery, one hour per person
- Extended day retreat includes guided yoga, meditations, authentic movement and journaling options as well as continued SoulCollage®
Merry Coburn, licensed counselor and Soul Collage facilitator.
Lynn Acquafondata, licensed counselor and ordained clergy person
Deneen Rhode, somatic therapist and health coach
Mercy Retreat Center, 65 Highland Avenue, one block from Highland Park in Rochester, NY
Cost: Prices includes meals, rooms and workshops.
24 Hour retreat $250/private room w/ shared bath, $340/private room w/ private bath.
Two night option: $415/private room w/ shared bath, $505/private room w/ private bath
Covid Note: If local numbers are high at that time we will require a home COVID test before you attend and masks in common area.
Registration and Questions: Email [email protected] or call Lynn at 585-330-1340
Space is limited. Register no later than Sept. 15th.
Merry Coburn is a trained SoulCollage(R) facilitator and a seasoned NYS Mental Health Counselor. She has been introducing the SoulCollage process to small groups for ten years, helping people experience their innate creativity and expand their self understanding. SoulCollage(R) is an ongoing part of her personal growth and spiritual practice. Email: [email protected]
Lynn Acquafondata a licensed mental health counselor and ordained clergy person who has taught classes on how to work with dreams in counseling. She her work embraces the connection between mind, body and spirit. Email: crossbridgewellness.com
Deneen Rhode is well experienced in bodywork, somatic therapies and improvisational movement for personal growth. She is currently a Health Studies professor at Monroe Community College and a certified health coach. Her strong embodiment background has informed her teaching and her coaching around a variety of mental and physical health topics and in their delivery to diverse populations. Email: [email protected]