Summer Soul: A Meditation and Writing Retreat to Cultivate Joy
Spend a weekend experiencing meditation, writing and sharing with the acclaimed American poet Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher (CMMT) Augusta Kantra.
Your stay at the beautiful Jubilee Suites includes two nights and five meals. Only 22 spots are available for this highly anticipated retreat, so contact us today to reserve your space. (As of Feb 25th, 19 of the 22 spots are already filled)
Call the Center for CALM Living (251) 928-5363.
*Noble silence will be maintained each evening through breakfast the following morning. There will be opportunities to share and get to know like-minded people throughout the weekend.
About Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer
Poet Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer “never fails to bring sensual joy and rich music,” says Utah’s poet laureate emeritus David Lee. She was Colorado’s Western Slope Poet Laureate (2015-17) and served two terms as San Miguel County’s first poet laureate (2006-2010). She has authored and edited thirteen books, including:
- Naked for Tea
- Even Now: Poems & Drawings
- Holding Three Things at Once, finalist for the Colorado Book Award
She’s widely anthologized, including An Elevated View: Colorado Writers on Writing, Poems of Awakening, and Poetry of Presence. Her work has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, in O Magazine, on back alley fences, on rocks she leaves around town, and in dozens of literary journals including Rattle, Clover and Spectrum. Her poetry was chosen for the 2016 Shared Visions project, in which composer Paul Fowler arranged “Yet Another Layer” for the Ars Nova Singers.
About Augusta Kantra, MS, LPC, YACEP, E-RYT500, CMMT
Augusta and her husband, David, own and operate the Center for CALM Living in Fairhope, Alabama. Professionally, Augusta wears many hats and is passionate about all them. As a psychotherapist, she works with clients to help them look at the dynamics that trip them up and unravel the knots of confusion that may have developed around these patterns. As a teacher of Yoga Assisted Self-Discovery groups, she teaches mindfulness, meditation, and movement to small on-going groups of dedicated individuals that share the journey and support each other through life’s ups and downs. As a yoga teacher trainer, she (together with David) run trainings at the foundational (200hr) and advanced (500hr) levels. And as a yoga teacher, Augusta teaches CALM (Creating Awareness – Living Mindfully) yoga classes for the community.