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6th Annual Horn Field Campus Wellness Weekend 

Nourish your BODY, MIND and SPIRIT

Wellness Weekend

Guided meditation, yoga, labyrinth walks and more amidst the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of rustic Horn Lodge at 985 China Road.

WHEN:  Saturday and Sunday February 22 & 23, 2014

WHERE:  Horn Lodge - 985 China Road

COST:  $55 per person or $100 for 2

REGISTRATION/INFORMATION:  309.833.5798 or hf-campus@wiu.edu | Registration Ends February 18th

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WHAT'S INCLUDED 
  • Includes Saturday lunch and dinner 
  • Sunday breakfast and lunch 
  • Shared lodging in on-site cabins (bring your own bedding and toiletries)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Early Check-In Friday evening– Optional 

  • 7:00-8:00 pm Check in at the lodge and settle in 

Saturday Schedule 

  • 8:00 to 8:15am Check in at the lodge 
  • 8:15 am Welcome, introductions & overview 
  • 9:00 to 10:30am “Cultivating Awareness through the Practice of Yoga” ~Karen 
  • 10:30 to 10:45am Do as you please 
  • 10:45 to noon “Meditation Guidance” ~Adam 
  • 12:001230 pm Communal midday meal 
  • 12:45– 1:05 pm After lunch walk 
  • 1:15 to 3:15pm Self-Exploration through the Labyrinth” ~Kelley 
  • 3:15 to 3:30 pm Do as you please 
  • 3:30 to 5:00 pm “Heart and Mind Falling Open” Workshop ~ Adam 
  • 5:00 to 5:15 pm Do as you please 
  • 5:15 pm Yoga continued ~Karen 
  • 6:00 pm Communal evening meal and open time 
  • 7:15 pm “Introduction to Mandalas” ~Kelley 
  • 8:00 pm “Make Your Own Mandala” ~Kelley

Sunday Schedule 

  • 7:00am Daybreak stroll on Lazy Creek 
  • 7:30 to 8:00 Sun Salutations ~Karen 
  • 8:00am Communal morning meal 
  • 8:45 to 10:30 “Heart and Mind Falling Open” continued ~Adam 
  • 10:30– 11:00 Do as you please 
  • 11:00 am Reflections and Feed Forward 
  • 12:30pm Communal meal and conversation 
  • 1:30 pm - Lift off to your next destination
 
OUR PRESENTERS

Meditation

adamAdam Chacksfield is a nondual teacher and coach. He is also President of The Center for Nondual Awareness. 

At age 33 he left his job as a Professor at WIU to devote himself to spiritual opening in community with others. Five years later, with the support and guidance of Peter Fenner, a pioneer in nondual psychology, Adam began to publicly offer nondual teaching and coaching. He now facilitates people falling open to the liberating truth, by supporting the release of burdening beliefs and holding patterns in the body. He currently offers a four-month online course called “Falling Open,” The Macomb Nondual Dialogue Group, two Macomb meditation groups, and works with individuals providing nondual transformation coaching and meditation coaching. He also regularly offers retreats and workshops in regional cities and on the west coast. To learn more and/ or subscribe to his newsletter visit: 

www.nondualcenter.org/adam-chacksfield/

Yogo

 

karenKaren Mauldin-Curtis

RYT200 / 309.221.6646 / kmauldincurtis@gmail.com 

Karen has more than 20 years of yoga experience and has been teaching in the Macomb area since 2003. In 2011, she completed a 200 hour intensive yoga teacher training program through tapas yoga shala, www.tapasyogashala.com. Karen is a nationally registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. In addition to weekly classes, she offers private lessons and yoga workshops/retreats. Karen’s personal practice and teaching focus on cultivating awareness through the practice of yoga. Throughout the weekend’s yoga sessions, Karen will integrate a variety of yoga styles, including Kripalu, Ashtanga, and Iyengar. In addition to teaching yoga, Karen manages a graduate fellowship program at WIU, is busy raising three children, and helps her husband, John Curtis, manage Barefoot Gardens - a small-scale, organic market garden and CSA.

 

Labyrinths and Mandalas

kellyKelley Quinn earned her master's degree in contemporary art history and criticism from Webster University (St. Louis, MO), is a Certified Labyrinth Facilitator and has received Illinois Arts Council teaching artist status since 2006. She and has created mandalas and labyrinths with more than 2,000 individuals of all ages. She has created numerous public and private designs in the area and has been invited to present at conferences and retreats both nationally and internationally. Quinn resides in Macomb with her husband and two children and teaches Spanish and Critical Theory at Western Illinois University. Visit her at www.kelleykquinn.com