Thank you for your payment information. We are so happy you’ll be joining us for the Fall 2018 Living Your Potential workshop. We hope it will help you change your path.
The first two days of the workshop will be held at a rented facility near the ropes course at 392 St. Peter’s Road (Faith Bible Church). The last three sessions will be held at the PEI Red Cross, 29 Paramount Drive, Charlottetown (off MacAleer Drive). We ask that you arrive each day by 8:45am – we’ll have coffee, tea and a light snack ready for you! Nutritious snacks will be provided each day, with lunch provided on Days 1, 2 and 5. The program dates can be found below:
As portions of the workshop will take place outdoors, we ask that you wear comfortable warm clothing. For the ropes course days (Days 1 & 2), dressing in layers can be helpful. You should wear supportive, closed-toe, low-heeled footwear as there will be some physical activity throughout the workshop. Please bring a change of socks and clothing as we will be doing certain activities outside rain or shine. NOTE: we ask you to refrain from wearing scent to accommodate sensitivities.
In order to get as much out of the workshop as possible we recommend that you treat the evenings during the ropes course portion of the workshop (Days 1 & 2) as close to being on a retreat as possible. By this we mean, to the degree possible in your life, eliminate commitments you have for these evenings and take the time to relax, reflect, and go to bed early. If possible book a massage, have a soak in the tub or do whatever is most restful and relaxing for you (particularly on the evening of Day 1). Prepare for these days in advance by making meals ahead and do any household chores before you begin the workshop.
We want to emphasize that although a component of this workshop involves climbing, one does not have to climb high, or climb at all, to get great value from the workshop. The level of physical activity will vary based on individual choice. You will decide what level of challenge will help you meet your goals for the workshop.
Group experiences are used to develop an atmosphere of trust, cooperation, and teamwork in which individuals can achieve new levels of growth in an enjoyable, non-threatening manner that does not exceed their personal comfort levels. We ask that you plan to remain present for the entire workshop in order to optimize your own experience, as well as to ensure that group activities are optimal for everyone.
This workshop is educational in nature and is not a replacement for medical, psychological or psychiatric treatment. This workshop is meant to add meaning and joy to your life. We are not psychologists, psychiatrists, or doctors. We are facilitators who will lead you through experiences designed to enable you to achieve meaningful personal insights. If you are experiencing neurological issues, addictions, eating disorders, mental health issues or suicidal thoughts you would be better served by seeking the assistance of appropriate health care specialists.
We ask you to print and sign this liability waiver, which we will collect at the beginning of the workshop stating that you take full responsibility for your safety, your choices, your decisions, and your participation in any and all activities relating to the workshop.
We look forward to seeing you April. If you have any questions before then, we’d love to hear from you at [email protected].
Kirstin and Karolyn