Join us for an enriching experience of presence using the mindfulness practices of labyrinth meditation and nature therapy amidst the stunning fall landscape of Silver Bay, New York. This one-day workshop extends a warm invitation to all to slow down and unplug in order to re-connect. Learn about the labyrinth while also exploring the impact of being in right relationship with nature through the principle of reciprocity.
This event is a Veriditas Approved Qualifying Workshop for attending a Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator Training.
Christine Wiles, Veriditas Advanced Accredited Labyrinth Facilitator, Certified Soul Collage® Facilitator and ANFT-Certified Guide in Nature Therapy.
Christine is a retired HR professional with 25+ years of experience across different industries and now manages a halotherapy wellness spa located in northern Vermont. She received training from Lauren Artress and is a Veriditas Advanced Accredited Labyrinth Facilitator. In addition, she is also certified as a Soul Collage® Facilitator and Nature Therapy Guide by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy (ANFT). Christine enjoys leading wellness workshops, participating in community events, and connecting with people through shared experiences. Her passion for HR and wellness practices has inspired her to assist others in advancing their lives and careers. She has volunteered for many non-profit organizations, served on the Veriditas Council, and is currently studying Reflexology while also developing and expanding the family businesses. Christine possesses a curious and creative mind, which drives her to explore the world and everything it has to offer.
Nathan Wiles, Professional Labyrinth Builder and Designer, Veriditas Faculty
Nathan Wiles is a professional in the field of labyrinth education, building, and design. With a background as an Interior Designer and Project Manager, Nathan draws upon his extensive skills and experience to create labyrinth builds and facilitate workshops.
With a career spanning over 30 years in building and designing, Nathan has honed his expertise specifically in labyrinth design and construction for over 15 years. Through his understanding of the labyrinth, he possesses the ability to tap into the collective consciousness of individuals and groups, bringing their visions to life.
Nathan's passion lies in unraveling the mysteries that surround us in today's diverse world, while maintaining both a secular and non-secular approach. He aims to expand the labyrinth community by collaborating with public schools, corporations, churches, and wellness facilities to foster education and raise awareness about the labyrinth's benefits.
Workshop fee $75
To register please complete this form, or call Christine at 802-782-4494.
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