Growing Through Grief


 

The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul. – Alfred Austin

What happens when you plant the seeds of self-awareness, compassion, and self-efficacy?
You remember who you are, how magical you are, and all that is possible to you and the world around you.
Come plant that seed with the AWP:

Have you lost touch with your sense of self…your sense of being connected with something bigger? Have you lost your connection with nature and the community around you? Do you have a hard time finding quiet in your heart and mind? Are you ready to make a commitment to fall back in love with yourself and to take ownership of your healing?
Then consider signing up for this 5 day/4 night, dirt-filled, beauty surrounded, week of self-reflection!

AWP Founder, Taryn Davis, leads the nature-filled, inner-looking, deep digging week of self-exploration… and she is excited to take the journey with you!

Growing Through Grief integrates community service, gardening, and self-reflection. It’s our most intimate (only 4 spots are available), most sharing-focused time we offer… and it kind of feels really amazing. Expect some “Vitamin D” (Vitamin Dirt!) and time for quiet and unplugging from the social media world.

At the AWP we like to say we hope this is your last event with us, that after this you are ready to face life, face yourself, let it all go and embrace inner/outer challenges head-on (because you will be pushed in new and sometimes uncomfortable ways).

Due to high demand, if you have attended any AWP retreat in the past 18 months we ask that you wait to sign-up at a later date, as to allow those who have yet to experience the magic the chance to attend (but feel free to get on the waiting list once it is open). All costs are covered by our supporters, minus airfare and the supply fee ($222, non-refundable). The retreats take place outside of Austin, TX.

Check back for new retreat dates to be announced for spring 2020!