A 6 day retreat
At The Well Being Retreat Center
in Tazewell, Tennessee
Regina Callahan & Jenny DeDecker
April 3-8, 2020
Regina Callahan and Jenny DeDecker of Still Mountain Healer School of Craniosacral Studies will be guiding and facilitating this 5 night/6 day retreat for Craniosacral Practitioners.
This retreat holds the intention to create a spacious container in which to deepen your Craniosacral practice. Blending an integrative approach to modern day Craniosacral Work with integral tools of Mindfulness, Awareness, and Embodiment, this retreat will focus on using Craniosacral Work as a tool for transformation and personal evolution.
This retreat is open to Craniosacral or subtle touch Practitioners with a minimum of 50 hours training from any school of Craniosacral Work. Inquire about whether your subtle touch training qualifies.
40 NCBTMB Approved CE hours
Included in the workshop portion of this retreat will be 4 contact hours of Ethics.
Tuition amount is $750
($695 early bird until February 21, 2020)
With the acceleration in the shifts in the collective consciousness, we have found our clients seeking support and guidance in meeting these transformative times. These shifts are manifesting in the physical, emotional, Spiritual aspects as well as circumstances in their lives. We, as Craniosacral Work practitioners are in a perfect position to help a client bravely face these shifts, integrate the energies, find resilience and balance and flow to navigate these murky waters.
As Craniosacral practitioners, you all have experienced the intensity of Craniosacral workshops where you are flooded with information – anatomy, demos, technique – all the while trying to integrate the work that you have received in the practice sessions. It can be overwhelming!
This retreat was designed to give Craniosacral Work the spaciousness it deserves. And it is designed to give you the space you need to receive and integrate this gentle yet profound healing modality. This 6 day retreat is held on sacred land and will provide a supportive and spacious environment, with time to be in nature, in Silence, and in movement – all to help integrate the learning and the inner process.
In this retreat, you will learn and practice several Craniosacral Work protocols that assist the process of inner transformation by creating brainwave and heart coherence, encourage a midline flow and promote a sense of deep rest within and a sense of “coming home”.
Sit in silence, move your body, share your heart, deepen into your Self and your gifts and skills as a Craniosacral Practitioner. Connect with fellow students, hike through the woods or sit by the river. Breathe, relax, Be.
About Regina Callahan
Regina Callahan, Director of Still Mountain Healer School of Craniosacral Studies brings to the classroom over three decades of sharing her passion for healing work. As a Milne Institute instructor of Visionary Craniosacral Work® for 18 years she has guided hundreds of students on their path of professional and personal development. Regina offers a grounded and welcoming approach that allows students to relax and tap into their unique gifts and skills.
About Jenny DeDecker
Jenny DeDecker, Instructor at Still Mountain Healer School of Craniosacral Studies, is owner of Full Moon Rising, a wellness studio in Norway, MI, where she offers bodywork, yoga and meditation instruction, and doula and lactation services. She has been a student of Craniosacral Work for over a decade and teaching next to Regina since 2007. Jenny has been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years and is currently completing her M.S. in Mind-Body Medicine, transitioning into the PhD program in the fall of 2019. Jenny has a passion for teaching compassionate care and mindfulness, advocating for a kinder world.
When: Friday April 3 through Wednesday April 8, 2020
Schedule: Check in for this five night retreat will be after 3 p.m. on Friday April 3 with dinner at 6:00 pm. The program will commence after dinner on Friday with a gathering to share and set our intention for the retreat.
Where: Well Being Retreat Center Tazewell, TN
376 Well Being Circle, Tazewell, TN 37879 (GPS: use 557 Narrows Road, Tazewell)
How to register: Tuition for retreat program: $750 ($695 early bird until February 21, 2020)
Accommodations for the 5 night/6 day retreat begin at $365 per person and include 15 meals, snacks and lodging.
Register first for the training with Regina and Jenny by clicking on the REGISTER NOW box above or below or call Regina at 541-390-3191.
Once you have registered for tuition with us, then make arrangements for accommodations (meals & lodging) with Well Being Retreat Center.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to call Regina at 541-390-3191 or reginacallahan.com.
If you have any questions about accommodations, please contact Patty@wellBeingCC.org or by phone at 423-626-9000.
Can you tell me more about Well Being Retreat Center?
Well Being Retreat Center is located on 160 acres in rural, scenic Northeast Tennessee surrounded by two miles of the Powell River. The land is quiet enough that you can hear a deer rustling from across the river, or an owl calling from a mile away, or hear the breeze rustling the autumn leaves. There is a choice of accommodations. Meals are fresh, flavorful, gluten-free and healthy.
Well Being Retreat Center is steeped in Nature with distant mountain views and quiet river walks, has 16 comfortable cabins that can sleep up to 35 guests, an environmentally-controlled meeting room, a licensed commercial kitchen which provides fresh, mostly organic, often on-farm, meals – vegetarian or non-vegetarian or both.
The retreat center is 1.5 hours northeast of Knoxville, TN; 2.25 hours west of Asheville, NC. Directions can be found here.
The scenic Powell River flows around Well Being Retreat Center for 2 1/2 miles nestled in the Cumberland Mountains.
Can you tell me more about the on-site accommodations at the retreat center?
We highly recommend taking advantage of this retreat location and staying onsite, particularly if you live more than 30 minutes from the Well Being Retreat Center. The Well Being Retreat Center offers a variety of accommodations including tent camping, cabinettes, shared cabins or a private cabin. To read more about the accommodation options, click here. Please note that accommodations are assigned by The Well Being Retreat Center on a first come, first served basis and for this training there is a 5 night minimum. After you have registered online for the training HERE , click the link to go to the Well Being Retreat Center to reserve your accommodations and meals. Housing fees are payable directly to Well Being Retreat Center. Costs listed below are per person/per night and include 3 meals daily beginning with dinner for your Friday evening arrival:
- $67 Tent camping or RV (without hookup)
- $78 Double Cabinette (short walk to bathroom)
- $97 Single Cabinette (short walk to bathroom)
- $97 Double occupancy bedroom in Cabin w/shared bathroom
- $125 Single occupancy bedroom in Cabin w/shared bathroom
- $112 Double occupancy in Private Cabin w/private bathroom (one cabin only available)
- $139 Single occupancy in Private Cabin w/private bathroom (one cabin only available)
Are meals available during the training?
Yes, meals are included with your accommodations price if you are staying on-site. Meals will be soy-free, mostly gluten free, non-vegetarian meals with a vegetarian option at each meal. Vegetarian may include eggs and dairy, either as a separate option or in limited quantities in a cooked dish. All meals contain fresh organic and local ingredients, when possible. If you have any food restrictions or dietary needs, please let us know in advance. If you are commuting you can purchase lunch for $12 per day.
Can I room with someone I know?
Yes. When you register for your accommodations you can indicate that you would like to share a room with someone you know. If you are traveling alone and would like shared accommodations, the Well Being Retreat Center will pair you with a same-gender roommate.
I would prefer to commute rather than stay on-site, are there any additional fees?
As a commuter you pay the $750 (or $695 early bird) registration price cost of the training plus the Well Being Conference center collects a $20/day fee as a site usage fee that includes use of the facility, snacks but no lunches. If you’d like lunch included, the commuter fee will be $32/day.
I’m a massage therapist – will I receive continuing education hours for this training?
Yes. Both Regina and Jenny are Approved Providers for the NCBTMB. This retreat program is NCBMTB Approved for 40 CE hours. You will receive several CE certificates at the end of the training to submit to your state licensing board or for recertification with the NCBTMB. This program will include 4 hours of Ethics training.
I am not a massage therapist, can I take this training?
Yes, this training is open to anyone who has 50 hours of Craniosacral Work training from any school of craniosacral work. Massage therapists receive 40 NCBTMB CE Hours.
If I am a practitioner in another field such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, or acupuncture, will I receive CE credit?
We are not currently acting as “Approved Providers” for other than the NCBTMB (national massage board). Check with your state professional licensing board for detailed requirements for continuing education. Many of our students have been successful by submitting additional documentation such as the detailed syllabus of the class. Feel free to contact us on an individual basis to assist in this process.
How do I get to the Well Being Retreat Center?
The retreat center is 1 1/2 hours northeast of Knoxville, TN; 2 1/4 hours west of Asheville, NC. Directions can be found here.
How do I register?
You can register online simply by clicking the REGISTER NOW button above or below.
I still have more questions, how do I get in touch with you?
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to call Regina at 541-390-3191 or email Regina@ReginaCallahan.com.
If you have any questions about Accommodations, please contact Patty@WellBeingCC.org or by phone at 423-626-9000.
What do I bring?
You will receive a welcome email after registering with a list of what to bring and how to book your accommodations (if you are not commuting). This email arrives within 24-48 hours of your registration. If you didn’t receive it, please check your spam box and add the email firstname.lastname@example.org to your contacts.
We know some of you are flying in from afar, but if you are driving and are willing to help us out by bringing some extra items, we would be so appreciative. We’ll need one massage table for every two people plus sheets, pillows and blankets so if you have extras please bring! Please let Regina know by texting her at 541-390-3191 or emailing at Regina@ReginaCallahan.com