ScapeCoat retreat day
This workshop day is a deeply healing and nurturing experience. Come and join us for a deeply creative and nurturing day of reflection, personal exploration and connection with the deep feminine.
This day is a transpersonal healing journey for women, an opportunity to reconnect with your deepest self and inner wisdom through story, meditation, connection and creativity.
"A scapecoat is a coat that details in painting, writing, and with all manner of things pinned and stitched to it all the name-calling a woman has endured in her life, all the insults, all the slurs, all the traumas, all the wounds, all the scars." Women who run with Wolves.
Following the work of Clarissa Pinkola-Estes, I invite you to create a scapecoat, to show your story, working creatively within a supportive group to provide the opportunity to access your inner 'wild' self, and to draw on feminine archetypal knowledge and wisdom.
The day is scheduled to last for 12 hours, ending with a celebration and a shared feast of nurturing food.
Some of the feedback I received from last years Scapecoat Retreat Day...
"For me it was a truly amazing day. The environment you offered enabled me to sink back into the womb. The music, the food, the drinks all held and nourished me while I went back to my battles to sing over the bones and to then birth (bring new life to) my healing"
"The love, support and respect in the room created a very special space. It was a privilege to be a part of such a powerful and empowering day."
“What a special day! Once again I am blown away by the strength of women, and I am proud to be a woman!"
Reserve your place
Cost £135. All creative materials, coat, refreshments, lunch, and dinner will be provided. A CPD certificate for 12 hours will be supplied.
Places are limited and need to be booked in advance so that I can arrange for coats and materials. If you're interested, please get in touch ASAP.
Ani de la Prida is the founder and director of the Association for Person Centred Creative Arts. She is a psychotherapist, creative arts counsellor, author and senior lecturer at the University of East London. Ani is passionate about creative approaches, and has over twenty years’ experience working with groups.