Good health: Cultivating hope in the time of uncertainty with Karen Nebe, self compassion retreat, Dec 11-13, 2020 at Temenos, McGregor, South Africa
|What: Self compassion retreat at Temenos with Karen Nebe- Cultivating Hope in the Time of Uncertainty When: December 11-13, 2020 Where: Temenos, McGregor, South Africa Cost: R4500 per single cottage or R3900 per person sharing a cottage with an immediate family member. Covid-19 protocols applies Package includes: Two nights accommodation, veg meals, art materials, meditations and a coaching session Booking: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or +27 82 828 2028|
Karen Nebe is an Ontological Coach, Creative Guide and a Leadership Embodiment Coach & Professional Associate with 19 years of corporate retail, marketing and eventing experience. She moved to Hermanus in June, 2020. It was in Hermanus that she re-convened with nature. Inspired by her surroundings – and the sense of growth, renewal -and hope around her – she put together a self-compassion retreat which is running from December 11-13, 2020 at Temenos, McGregor (177.8km from Cape Town – just over two hours drive – depending on where you are).
Karen Nebe’s tag line is: “Leading with curiosity, courage, creativity and compassion.” That is what she does. After a year of anxiety, loss and uncertainty, we can all do with a re-set of self-care, so we can chart the way forward – to 2021. She cites this wonderful quote “Turn the fatigue of despair into the buoyancy of hope”. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nebe will be co-hosting the retreat, with Charmaine Horsburgh, a yoga practitioner. The self-compassion retreat package includes all vegetarian meals but drinks are extra. Guided meditation sessions are included and so are materials (art materials etc). In addition, participants get a complimentary coaching session. Check it out: The Self Compassion Break Retreat at Temenos with Karen Nebe. Details as supplied.
The Cultivating HOPE In Times Of Uncertainty package includes:
Two nights accommodation, fresh, healthy vegetarian meals, art materials, guided meditations, mindful movement and creative guiding AND one follow up coaching session after the retreat. Sunday night accommodation is free and optional. Dinner on Sunday evening is not included. The cottages are set up for self-catering with fridges. Beverages from the restaurant are not included- coffees, teas, bottled water & sodas.
ALCOHOL IS NOT ALLOWED ON THE RETREAT.
R4500 per single cottage or R3900 per person sharing a cottage with an immediate family member. Covid-19 protocols applies/
Book email@example.com or +27 82 828 2028
About the hosts:
Karen Nebe is an Ontological Coach, Creative Guide and a Leadership Embodiment Coach & Professional Associate with 19 years of corporate retail, marketing and eventing experience.
She has a proven and successful career in strategic big picture thinking, designing, directing and producing and has recruited, managed and coached diverse teams within challenging environments. She now partners with clients to reconnect with their innate wisdom and cultivate a more resilient and resourceful way of being so that they may navigate constant change with more ease. In addition to individual coaching Karen designs bespoke workshops and retreats for private clients and leadership teams and has a special interest in compassionate & courageous leadership, health & wellness. Karen brings a presence to her coaching that is both compassionate and encouraging.
This in conjunction with her sensitivity to all in a group creates an environment for all to explore and discover. Through conversations, mindful body practices and guided art processes Karen encourages her clients to lead with curiosity, courage, compassion and creativity. Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate or recognise ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and reconnecting to ourselves and others.
Charmaine Horsburgh is a yoga practitioner who met her teacher, Swami Venkatesananda of Rishikesh, India in the early 1970’s and began a lifelong journey of yoga study, practice and investigation. The culture of learning which Swamiji encouraged has led her to constantly be looking for ways to deepen and inform her own practice and teaching skills. Charmaine now incorporates the cutting edge postural alignment techniques of the Bowspring into the yoga classes that she offers. It has been her great good fortune to learn from, and keep on learning from, the co-founders of this beneficial system, Desi Springer and John Friend.
|Karen Nebe on social media and contact info Twitter: @NebeKaren Instagram:@karennebe_artist_creativeguide LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/karennebeartistcreativeguide Website: http://www.karennebe.com/ Sign up for newsletter Mobile: +27 828282028 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCzB8QbmqkjEkY6qA_n5rsZw|
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