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Dying to Live Cabaret

Where Sister Death brings life into exquisite focus

A workshop with Cynthia and Stephen Winton-Henry

The “Dying to Live” Cabaret is a gathering both solemn and celebratory that orients participants to the four key body wisdoms of living and dying:

Death’s role at the sacred centre of life

That dying is not a solo dance

Dying requires a herd of angels

We have an obligation to die wise.

In their Dying to Live Cabaret, Cynthia and Stephen honour lessons and playfully explore questions through reflection, movement, music and story, around the biggest dance we do:to Live and Die.

When: 10 - 5 Friday 7 September 2018

 

Where: St Clement’s Retreat Centre, Galong NSW website

 

Cost: Full: $140 (workshop only, includes lunch, morning & afternoon tea); $230 with accommodation on Thurs night (inc meals on Fri)

Concession: $125 (workshop only, includes lunch, morning & afternoon tea); $215 with accommodation on Thurs night (inc meals on Fri)

Accommodation is in single rooms with shared bathroom facilities.

 

TransportGalong is just off Burley Griffin Way between Yass and Harden NSW. It is accessible by car, bus and rail.

Canberra InterPlayers will be providing transport from Canberra.

For information about transport options, or to arrange a ride from Canberra contact  Sue

 

Leaders:

Cynthia Winton-Henry

InterPlay cofounder, executive director of Body Wisdom Inc, author and coach for body and soul at Mystic Tech. Cynthia helps others to listen deeply for solutions and directions by unlocking the wisdom of the body for peace, community, fun and health.

Stephen Winton-Henry

40 years a hospice chaplain, spiritual care manager, pastor, and grief educator, Stephen is a graduate of Foothill Theater Conservatory, an InterPlay leader, avid reader, and amateur ukulele and guitar player.

A workshop sponsored by InterPlay Australia

 

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