AWB Community in Action Leadership Gathering
October 11-14, 2019
Alnoba Retreat Center
18 PDA/CEU’s (pending – NCCAOM, CA, TX FL)
Instructors: Thea Elijah, David Sharken, Ravyn Stanfield, Carla Cassler, Diana Fried
Retreat Training Areas of Focus:
The training location, Alnoba, is set on 400 acres of fields, forests and ponds with walking paths, fire pits, art installations, and more. The homey cabins and houses are shared, with kitchens and porches.
The menus feature seasonal produce, humanely raised meats, cage-free eggs, and hormone-free dairy. The honey for your tea comes from hives just down the road, and the maple syrup on your pancakes is made from the trees right outside the center. Alnoba emphasizes fresh, local, and healthy foods that are nourishing to the body and the soul.
See the ALNOBA website for more information!
"In a word the Leadership Retreat I attended was awesome. I learned so much and was given so many new tools to work with. I witnessed Team and Community building to the likes I have never seen before. I have found my family and I can’t wait to serve more with that family within this community. Thank you so much for the opportunity and new vision."
- David Filipello, DOM, California
Join us for this training during the peak time for leaves to change into a kaleidoscope of colors during the beautiful New England autumn; join us for excitement and rejuvenation, with your colleagues and from nature!
In a world where disasters have become common and the stresses of daily life can become overwhelming, health practitioners, acupuncturists, therapists, and healers are being called to step out of the treatment room and into leadership. Our culture needs more leaders who are able to diagnose problems and implement treatment plans at the personal, community and global level. This workshop will be an opportunity to hear about how this global medicine of peace has been used around the world; in US disaster relief efforts; international relief efforts; on world healing exchange trips; in veterans clinics, refugee clinics and other community clinics in the US and internationally.
If you are looking for inspiration, you will find it here!
The course curriculum will include:
Please review our Info Packet below for complete details!
COSTS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS
FOOD AND LODGING (Food and lodging fee required to hold spot (NOTE: limited number of spots for each room type)
Double Occupancy, 3 nights, includes all food (Friday dinner through Monday lunch) and facility use fee: $750
Single Occupancy, 3 nights, includes all food (Friday dinner through Monday lunch) and facility use fee: $1050
TUITION FEES (NON-COMMUTER)
Early bird Tuition $450 (members) – due by June 1, 2019
Early bird Tuition $550 (non-members) – due by June 1, 2019
Regular Tuition $600 (members) – due no later than Sept 1, 2019
Regular Tuition $700 (non-members) – due no later than Sept 1, 2019
COSTS FOR COMMUTERS
($450 deposit required to hold a spot)
This includes all meals from Friday dinner through Monday lunch, facility fees, and tuition.
Early Bird (members): $895 - due by June 1, 2019
Early Bird (non-members): $950 - due by June 1, 2019
Regular (member) $995 member regular
Regular (non-member) $1050
You can purchase a membership at checkout and receive the AWB member price. Learn more about membership benefits here.
3% will be added for all payments with credit card.
Checks can be sent to:
Acupuncturists Without Borders
4605 NE Fremont Suite 204B
Portland, OR 97213
Please fill out our registration information and you'll be directed to our checkout
AWB will grant refunds for cancellations as follows:
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