July 14-16 2017
Boundaries Bootcamp has gone LIVE and in-person:
This boundaries intensive is designed for exploring and experiencing the practical application of energetic and verbal boundaries and protection practice.
Protection from what?
From that which compromises your relationships, steals your faith and serenity, and disrupts your connection to the divine source of love as you understand it.
Boundaries are created and lived into so we can cope with challenges that send us running for the hills or putting up our dukes in defense.
We work with boundaries to stay grounded and empowered even when our foundations are shaking.
Scheduled Activities Include Trainings in:
- Relationship Skills/Fair Fighting for Conflicts
- The Language of Empowerment: Standing Up for Yourself
- Protection Training & Ritual
- Shamanic Healing
- Shamanic journey work
- Hands-On Cleaning, Clearing & Cleansing of accumulated psychic debris for a fresh start
This workshop is held in the tipi circle behind the cabin at SouLodge Ranch. It is not held in the Sacred Meadow where Medicine Gathering takes place.
Capacity: 16 women
Your workshop fee includes:
- Double-occupancy lodging in 9’x9′ range tipi
- All meals during the workshop
- Training Materials & Instruction
Check-in Friday July 14 2pm
Check-out Sunday July 16 3pm
Here are a few more details about what to expect and how to prepare for the workshop:
A brief packing list and directions for traveling here will be sent to you after June 10, 2017 upon registration.
Sitting mat or small ground cloth for sitting on the earth if you like. We have plenty of wooden and camp chairs and will take frequent breaks for movement and hands-on work.
Rattle This can be as simple as a tin can of dried beans or as fine as a rawhide rattle you’ve made and adorned yourself. I use a very simple hand rattle made of rawhide like these for what we’ll be doing together. You can make your own from a kit–just make sure the stitches are nice and close so you don’t lose your rattling innards when it dries and contracts a little.
Pen: We provide journals for this event.
Bathroom situation: For this event, we have access to one flush toilet in the house, accessible through the laundry room right by our campsite. There is also a sink in this bathroom, but not a shower. Showers, if you will need one, are a ten minute walk down the country road to our barn area. There are two hot shower stalls and an incinerating toilet there.
Lodging: You will be lovingly nested into a double-occupancy range tipi (also known as a cowboy tipi) with a sleeping cot and pad. If you prefer to sleep on the earth, we will remove your cot when you arrive.
The majority of the food we will enjoy at SouLodge Ranch is organic and local wherever possible. Meat and vegetarian options are available. Please specify using the form which is sent to you.
Meals will be prepared by Sky Sharp and catered by The Root Cellar.
Cell service is available here as well as a place to charge. There will be designated times where it will be best if they’re stowed so we can focus on our work at hand.
Please leave laptops at home and ask family members to contact you only in an emergency.
Check in: 2pm Friday July 14th
Check out: 3pm Sunday July 16th
Redmond is located approximately 3.5 hours from Portland International Airport and twenty minutes from Redmond Municipal Airport in Central Oregon. If you fly into PDX, you will drive past beautiful Mt. Hood and lose cell service for about an hour in Hood National Forest.
Weather in Central Oregon is mostly sunny and warm (80-90 degree highs) during the days and cool at night (40 degree lows). We are located in the high juniper desert, so there can be thunderstorms and micro-storms during Summer. It’s best to be prepared for anything, save for snow!
Check in with the forecast so you can be best prepared for your needs!
SouLodge Ranch is a holistically managed working cattle ranch. We have a herd of 24 mother cows, 20 yearlings, 3 bulls, and as of today 16 calves with the likelihood of 6 more by the time you arrive. We also have 5 horses, 4 working dogs and a farm cat. Wildlife comes around often and the high-desert, lava terrain is rugged in spots.