Rosie Faith, Elmer Postle and Graham Meltzer
There is a profound relationship between the way humans are born and the way we treat our environment. From conception, gestation and birth through to early childhood, a consciously supported beginning of life is crucial to the future of civilisation and the Earth. When we celebrate our capacity to welcome and love the next generation, we discover wholeness, relationship and a desire to care for our environment.
The aim for this week-long conference is to create a supportive container for the exploration of key concepts of health and wholeness within the context of birth and ecology including:
- birthing mothers bring forth and nurture those who will ultimately determine the health of the planet
- babies learn during gestation and birth whether the world is 'safe' or 'terrifying'
- how we are born and raised affects our capacity to love and remain conscious
- the healing of birth issues in adults is vital for a full expression of our creative intelligence and responsiveness
It will be a multi-faceted event incorporating keynote presentations, classes and participatory workshops led by leading teachers, practitioners and academics as well as cultural and social events.
This conference will generate a rich vein of extraordinary learning, insight and expertise that will nourish and support: parents and prospective parents; professionals involved in the care of babies and families; ecologists involved in the care of the earth; and therapists, psychologists and activists of all kinds who want to participate in a critical discussion and exploration of the evolution of humanity.
Tiered price (click here for more information): £1080 / £850 / £710
Includes all programme content, 7 nights accommodation, full board and refreshments.