Join us September 27 – 29 to experience creative self-expression and discovery.
In this creative retreat process, join Rev. Monica Moore and Vicki Waters in creating your own deck of SoulCollage® cards, representative of your personality or Soul.
- Use the cards intuitively to answer life’s questions and participate in self-discovery.
- Joyfully deepen your understanding of the relationships between your personality, your family/community/world, yourself, and your dreams, symbols, and Spirit.
Our Tentative Itinerary
Arrive and get acquainted with the Edge property and facilities. A short circle time will allow us to get to know one another before gathering for supper.
After dinner, explore the history of SoulCollage®, a brief intro to the different suits of cards, and create your first card for the weekend.
After breakfast we will do some card-making and learn how to read your cards, as well as looking at the committee suit before a nourishing lunch served up by chef Gregor.
In the afternoon we will learn about the community and council suits, as well as the three Source Cards before enjoying some free time / dream time in nature.
That evening, celebrate with a pizza party around Rocky the Roman Black Oven before we flow into a meditation around the campfire where we will explore the companion suit.
Our morning session will focus on how to use your cards in your everyday life. Free time can be spent making more cards, reading them, or enjoying time outdoors.
Closing circle will take place after lunch.
All-inclusive: SoulCollage® Retreat Program, all meals from arrival day dinner to departure day lunch, comfortable forest accommodation, program materials, equipment, facilitation, and administration are all included, from $558/person.
- SoulCollage® Retreat Program: $100/person
- Meals & Accommodations: from $229/person/night (2 nights)
- September 27 – 29, 2019
Rev. Monica Moore
Monica has been a minister of the United Church of Canada since 1991. Apart from 5 years when she trained as a midwife, she has served in communities as far north as Englehart ON, as far south as the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua, in Muskoka and in Guelph.
Monica is presently serving at St. James United Church and the Mary Street Centre in Parry Sound, where she can be close to her favourite canoe routes. Her partner, Kevin , is also a minister, and between them they have four daughters in their twenties. She trained as a SoulCollage facilitator in 2018, and has led retreats and card-making days in Parry Sound, through the Mary Street Centre.
A frequent retreat host at the Edge, Vicki has been a member of our team for many years. She lives with her husband Gregor at Stonemote Cottage, where they grow many of the vegetables & microgreens that are served to guests.
Vicki is passionate about co-creative expression, restorative yoga, yoga nidra, and other self-nourishing movement. She is also a skilled reflexologist and may just have some availability for participants to book a session.