Summer Symposium June 1
Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Symposium June 1

June 1, 2019 12:00-2:00

Gail Beauchamp, LMSW on Mind-Body Relaxation Response

Gail has been practicing in the Mental Health field for over 30 years. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Michigan State University and has practiced in a wide variety of settings, including mental health centers, hospitals, and clinics.

Gail will be illuminating our tendencies towards stress and offering Mindful Relaxation as an effective way to combat that stress. The relaxation response increases alpha brain wave activity and lowers blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate, metabolic rate, oxygen consumption and anxiety. This practice produces a greater sense of wellbeing and an increase in quality of life. Gail will be offering a practice that is accessible and attainable to help you learn to shift into a more relaxed state in the face of stressful situations.

Robelle Degenaer on Women and Spirituality

Robelle will be sharing the connectedness of all Faith systems and our ability to live in accordance to the Faith that speaks most clearly to us. Speaking to the sacred from many perspectives guides us all towards a sense of the common human experiences, eliciting a sense of grounded connection versus an isolation in our spiritual path.

Robelle connects to her diverse lineages of Polish, French, and Ojibwa descent, finding that regardless of our varying walks of life, we have similarities that outweigh our differences. Spirituality is unique to each and every person, yet the common threads of sacred connection, purpose, and recognition of the transpersonal, braid throughout our experiences allowing us to find common ground within our differences.

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Summer Symposium June 15
Jun
15
8:00 AM08:00

Summer Symposium June 15

June 15, 2019 8:00AM - 4:30 PM

$75 Tuition for the day-long training

Dr. Barbara Below, PHD on Caring: A One Day Seminar

Barbara is a Clinical Psychologist with more than 40 years of teaching and clinical experience.  She has worked as a psychologist in settings as diverse as psychiatric hospitals, private practice, and in a Veterans Administration hospital. Now retired, as a member of the teaching faculty of the Odiyan Retreat Center in Northern California, she has worked under the direction of Rinpoche in developing the curriculum and classes for this course.  She is one of the editors of the book, ‘Caring’ . Barbara resides much of the year at the Odiyan Retreat Center in Northern California, and travels in the United States offering seminars on ‘Caring.’  

During the one-day seminar, we will explore the topic of caring and how it has importance for our lives, for the global environment, for our country and for the world’s present challenging situation. This seminar offers participants the opportunity to move from a basic understanding of the importance of caring and the development of tools and ‘qualities of caring’ towards pursuing a path of self-care and compassion.  Participants will engage in several experiential exploration exercises that increase awareness of their own need for care while they learn how to be more caring in their daily lives.  

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Summer Symposium June 29
Jun
29
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Symposium June 29

June 29, 2019 12:00-2:00

Dr. Kristi Olson, MD on Knowing Your Fertility

Kristi Olson, M.D. is originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She is in fact a Kingsford Flivver. Dr. Olson received her undergraduate degree from Central Michigan University. She then went on to achieve her M.D. at Michigan State University. She completed her Family Medicine training through Duluth Family Medicine Residency Program in Duluth, MN. 

 The Upper Peninsula then called her home to Kingsford, MI where she has practiced medicine for the last 13 years. She developed a special interest in fertility and natural family planning after a retreat at Marygrove Retreat Center. It helped her to realize the impact infertility and contraception can have on couples and intimate relationships.
Dr. Olson's hobbies include family time, running, fishing, hunting, reading and spending time outdoors.

 

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Summer Symposium July 6
Jul
6
12:00 PM12:00

Summer Symposium July 6

July 6, 2019 12:00-2:00

Dr. Janette Engelbrecht, DACM on the Dao of Food

Janette Engelbrecht, DACM, graduated from Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts of Asheville, NC in 2019.  As a Chinese medicine practitioner, she uses the modalities of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, qigong, and nutrition as her model of care.  She has a special interest in the areas of oncology, digestion, nutrition, and fertility.  Janette will be working through her board exams over the summer and is delighted to give her first public lecture as a Doctor in the UP at Full Moon Rising. 

The Dao of Food will cover some of the basic tenets of Chinese medicine and nutrition including eating for different stages of disease, seasonal eating, and making food choices that support your Elemental type.  


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Craniosacral Training Workshop 1: Groundwork
May
16
to May 19

Craniosacral Training Workshop 1: Groundwork

Regina Callahan of Still Mountain Healer School for Craniosacral Studies will be teaching Craniosacral 1: Groundwork from May 16-19, 2019. This class offer 28 CE Hours through NCBTMB. This class requires 250 hours of training in bodywork, sensitive touch, or a medical equivalent. Contact Jenny at fullmoonrising.mhs@gmail.com to receive a registration form before applying payment. Payments of $670 may be made here, or payments of $650 in person, or via postal mail.

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Advanced Craniosacral Studies: The Temporomandibular Joint
May
9
to May 11

Advanced Craniosacral Studies: The Temporomandibular Joint

Regina Callahan of Still Mountain Healer School for Craniosacral Studies will be here this spring offering Advanced Craniosacral Studies: The Temporomandibular Joint from May 9-11, 2019 and offers 21 CE Hours through NCBTMB. This course requires a minimum of 50 hours in craniosacral training. Contact Jenny at fullmoonrising.mhs@gmail.com to receive a registration form prior to applying payment. Payments of $515 may be made here or payments of $500 in person, or via postal mail.


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Spring Meditation Retreat: Embodied Refuge
Apr
26
to Apr 28

Spring Meditation Retreat: Embodied Refuge

***Retreat is nearly sold out and on-line registration has been closed. If you wish to register for the retreat please contact Jenny at fullmoonrising.mhs@gmail.com to be placed on the waiting list. Thank you***

Non-religious, non-sectarian, and open to all faiths, Middleway Method Buddhist practices emphasizes personal experience as the basis of insight. Embodied Refuge retreat invites us to embody our own clear mind, insightful awareness, and physical presence. The practice emphasizes openness, relaxation, and critical thinking.

This is a nonresidential retreat held at Full Moon Rising, April 26-28, 2019. The weekend will consist of teachings, discussion, meditation practice, and mindful movement. Early-bird discounted tuition is $140 before April 1. Late registration will run until April 20 for $160. Need-based discounts are available, as no one is turned away for financial reasons. The retreat runs on Dana (the Pali word for generosity) and we ask you to pay what you feel you can afford. Refunds are held on an individual basis. Please contact Jenny if you have a concern. fullmoonrising.mhs@gmail.com

Friday, April 26, 6-8pm

Saturday, April 27, 9:00am-5:00pm (Lunch provided)

Sunday, April 28, 9:00am-12:00pm

Shari Sunshine has been a student and practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism for more than 35 years. Tobin Rangdrol, her son, began his study and practice as a teenager, more than 25 years ago. Together they have had the great fortune to study with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Chogyal Namkai Norbu, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, and Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche in India, Nepal, and the US. Shari serves as Director of the Mandala Wellness Center at Ratna Ling Retreat Center in Sonoma County, CA. Tobin serves as the Secretary and Manager of Communications at Rangiung Yeshe Gomde California, a remote forest retreat in Northern California. Working with Jenny DeDecker, they are the creators of Middleway Method, a wellness and service platform for embodied practice.

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Introduction to Meditation
Feb
18
to Mar 11

Introduction to Meditation

This class is currently underway, but if you are interested in attending the next workshop, please contact Jenny at fullmoonrising.mhs@gmail.com to be put on the registration list for the next offering. Thank you!

This six week class will be held on Monday nights, Feb 4- March 11, 2019. Class will begin at 6:30 and run for one hour. Preregistration is requested. Full refund is available until the start date of the workshop.

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