Rising Strong™ Retreat
at Mount Shasta Resort
April 7-9, 2017
Join Certified Daring Way™ Facilitators
Jenni Odell, DaLene Forester, Kirk Shepard, and Meg Weber Jeske
for a Rising Strong™ retreat at Mount Shasta!
Dr. Brené Brown’s work uses the analogy of Teddy Roosevelt’s arena speech to describe how we show up and be seen in our lives.
Rising Strong™ specifically addresses what we can do when we’ve already gone into the arena and have fallen. How do we get curious about our emotions when we’re feeling hurt? How do we understand and question the stories we tell ourselves about what happened so that we can really rumble with the underlying hurts?
The Rising Strong™ curriculum is all about story — the stories we tell ourselves when we fall, and the ways we act out those stories by offloading hurt. It’s also about finding a more accurate ending that keeps us aligned with our authenticity. Using the idea of story to address hard issues such as grief, forgiveness, anxiety, criticism, and trust allows us to really dig in and access hard material in a safe format.
Rising Strong™ pairs with Brené Browns’ Daring Way™ curriculum. The workshops can be taken in any order.
Spend the weekend at the scenic resort at Mount Shasta exploring your relationships with story, courage, and shame resilience. The psycho-educational workshop has room for 20 participants in an engaging weekend of connection and personal exploration.
Woodland Rooms at the resort are tucked into the forest beside Lake Siskiyou. Each room has two queen beds, a reading nook, small fridge, microwave, coffee maker, and a large bathroom with shower. You can choose to room alone or with another participant.
If you are attending with a friend, colleague, or partner, please note your request
to room together when you register.
$400 deposit due at time of registration
Full amount due by February 20th – installment payments available