Singing & Healing
A Benefit Mini-Retreat for Psychotherapists
Sunday, March 8, 2-4 pm
What helps tune your heart for the practice of presence? Carrie and colleagues Lindsay Passmore, Tatianah Thunberg, Carisa Wilder, and Irene Soléa Antonellis hope you can join us for an afternoon retreat singing simple, short songs together that we hope will inspire you to relate to your work, your voice, your life, and our world with a present-mindedness that is uplifting and restoring even in the most challenging of times! No singing experience needed.
No fee, but donations accepted for Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC).
No prior singing experience necessary. All are entirely welcome – whatever your comfort or experience level. We’ll be singing short songs in the oral tradition, easy to remember and share – some sung in unison and some in harmony. Singing together can be particularly resonant when we sing different parts. If you’re not sure if you prefer singing higher or lower parts, you’ll easily find out, and you can also opt in and out of singing at any moment to go inward and listen as we go.
Where? Triple Crane Monastery, 7665 Werkner Rd, Chelsea, MI 48118
When? March 8, Come by 1:45 to get comfortable. Our retreat will begin at 2 and end by 4.
Does it cost money? There is no fee for this gathering, but donations are welcome for Michigan Immigrants Right Center (MIRC) and/or Triple Crane Monastery.
Flyer: View flyer here. Please post and share this invitation with other therapists whom you think would appreciate a half-day of deeply rejuvenating time.
Questions: Please email Carrie, Lindsay, Tatianah, Carisa, or Irene at the addresses above.