This weekend is an opportunity to slow down, unplug and immerse yourself in the healing energy of nature. Experience the renewing quality of the Adirondacks through guided snowshoe walks where you are invited to bathe all your senses in the forest. The weekend will also include nature connection practices, nature journaling, unstructured time for reflection and relaxation, gentle movement to unravel the kinks of winter and nurturing meals in the peaceful, cozy atmosphere of the Lake Clear Lodge.
Helene Gibbens and Suzanne Weirich are Certified Forest Therapy Guides and NY State Licensed Hiking Guides as well as Certified Yoga Teachers, member of Yoga Alliance with over 20 years of combined experience teaching yoga and wellness in the North Country. They share their passion for nature through guided eco-trips and retreats that focus on helping people develop a more personal relationship with nature and to experience how the wellbeing of individuals and the wellbeing of nature are intertwined.
Program, meals with quadruple accommodation (2 bedroom chalet with 1 bath) $ 345
Program, meals with double accommodation $ 395
Program, meals with single accommodation $ 445
Come for the day or make it a getaway!
There are many ways on how to learn to see. If you show your students how ideas can fit together and how they pull apart, then they are able to understand how things work and begin their creative journey with enthusiasm.
Carol Marie Vossler will lead an authentic STEAM workshop titled, "The World of Plants, Paper to Create Structure". Participants will create a 3d sculpture made out of abaca paper. Carol will also share how she prepared her STEAM Unit including assessments and teacher overviews that educators can adapt for use in their own classroom.
Vossler states, "There are many ways on how to learn to see. When participants learn to transition from a 2-dimensional plane to a 3-dimensional structure, they gain the ability to see three-dimensional space in their heads, this in turn will inspire them to take what they create physically and translate into a design, hypothesis, math problem or story. Opening yourself up to new ways of discovery expands your comfort zone and increases confidence and self-esteem.
Fun food activities include an interpretive dinner "Cooking in Paper for Nutrition and Flavor. How to fold food in Parchment." For more information on how to enroll in this program visit: http://www.bluseedstudios.org/ccp/paperItinerary, Prices & Booking
Opening yourself up to new ways of discovery expands your comfort zone and increases confidence and self-esteem. If you show your students how ideas can fit together and how they pull apart, then they are able to understand how things work and begin their creative journey with enthusiasm.Itinerary, Prices & Booking