May 20-22, 2016
ACUPUNCTURE AND YOGA RETREAT
This retreat is designed for those who are interested in going deep into their healing. Participants will receive three acupuncture treatments
in a group setting and one individual acupuncture treatment. There are times when it is necessary to receive more frequent acupuncture treatments
in order to go deeper within or to experience greater healing. This retreat provides this opportunity. Participants will be able to delve deeper
into their own healing within the beautiful, natural setting of Western Maryland. Healing in a natural setting also opens the body up to profound
states of relaxation and communion with nature.
The weekend begins with an opening circle to state our intentions for the weekend as well as to provide participants with tools for self-observation and reflection.
Well tap into the wisdom and intelligence of these two ancient health practices to set in motion needed adjustments for greater and sustainable health, clarity, and contentment.
During the three group sessions, needles will be placed on the ears or on the hands and feet, and participants will be guided
through a meditation or yoga nidra. The group energy and collective intention sets the stage for greater possibility of healing and contemplation.
The individual acupuncture treatment will be tailored more specifically to you and aligned to the intention
you set for the weekend. We'll close the weekend with a sharing circle to help reaffirm and integrate what was learned or received during the retreat.
Participants will also enjoy:
Guided Nature walks
Delicious, healthy meals
Unstructured free time
Outdoor hot tubbing
All levels Yoga
Facilitators: Jamie Wick, M.Ac, LAc and Eduardo Guedez, MS, RYT 500
Time: From Friday May 20th 4pm through Sunday May 22nd 1pm.
Cost: (Includes workshop fee, 6 meals, and 2 overnight stays)
Renovated Barn - dormitory style: $370
Farmhouse or cabin - shared room: $465
Questions/Registration: Please email us at e-mail StoneSongOnline@gmail.com
About Jamie Wick, M.Ac, LAc: Jamie has travelled and lived in diverse places throughout the world, and through her travels,
she has observed and internalized the deep connection to nature held by many cultures. She believes that healing can come when we learn to listen
to our bodies and flow with the movements of life. She loves seeing people come alive, learn more about themselves, gain a new awareness and grow
through acupuncture. Jamie has studied medicine in different contexts for many years including traditional Mexican medicine. Before becoming an
acupuncturist she lived in Mexico and worked in human rights. She loved this work, and she also realized that traditional medicine, like
Chinese medicine, could offer a greater service to humanity. She is bilingual in Spanish and English. She is a board-certified acupuncturist
by the NCCAOM, and a graduate of Maryland University of Integrative Health with a Master's in Acupuncture.
Jamie is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine. Jamie is a mom to a one year old little girl.