September 16, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Flying Moon Farm
478 Kidd Road
“Adversity introduces a person to themself.”
All of us face adversity, the degree and the nature vary but the fundamental experience of it is something we share. And yet, we are so ill prepared in our culture to find a path through it that enables us to have a wholesome relationship to it. We’re on a mission to find out how we can do this better, together.
This half-day event is an exploration and reflection on walking the path of adversity and finding our way through a deeper connection to it.
Lia has spoken with audiences from high schools to neurology doctors in residence, pharmaceutical companies, large health care associations and more. This is a chance to share her keynote address on the power of a team in making a life living with epilepsy in the quiet space of our farm, surrounded by the herd.
We’ll also offer a powerful exercise to help you reflect on your relationship with adversity and how you might find a kinder, more alive and connected path moving forward.
Cost is $40 – 25% of proceeds will be donated to Epilepsy Ontario.
Be sure to register early at www.bit.ly/TCH-registration
Space is limited to 12 guests.
“Courage is grace under pressure.”
For more on Lia’s earlier stories, check out this brief documentary.
Drinks and snacks included. This event does not include direct work with the herd – we’ll be outside their field, experiencing the calming influence of their energy and observing their reflection of our work together.