According to a 2016 CNN report, the average American spends 10 hours each day engaging with media from smartphones and computers to TV and radio [view article]. To balance this, let’s get our feet on the earth and remember what’s truly important in life.
“On their deathbeds, people don’t think about their work or their life experiences or the items remaining on their to-do list. They think about love and family.”
SoulTerra is offering a community series called “Know Nature. Know Yourself,” held outside in a wilderness setting near Nathrop CO. We meet on Sundays from 3-6pm for a mini-retreat. Each week has a particular theme designed to open us to love—love for ourselves, love for our bodies, love for each other, love for the earth. At SoulTerra, we follow a holistic approach so each retreat includes activities and experiences that nurture the body, mind and spirit. Each retreat will blend an element of the earth (earth, air, fire, water) with an energy center of the body (chakras) as we explore a path to love.