Harbin Hot SpringsHarbin Hot Springs is simply a beautiful place to be -- over 5000 acres of privacy, surrounded by many more acres of undeveloped woodland. Guests travel from around the world to experience the healing waters, historic grounds, natural setting, lively community, and our spirit-centered focus. Our location just north of the Napa Valley is consistently rated as having the cleanest air in California.
The historic communal soaking pools let you enjoy spring waters as they come from Mother Earth -- very hot, soothingly warm, or breathtakingly cold. Clothing is optional here, so you may enjoy sunning, soaking and swimming with or without swimwear.
During your visit, you will want to schedule a massage or other treatment from one of our professionally trained and certified practitioners. Choose from a wide range of approaches including bodywork, energy work, spa treatments or Watsu®, a powerful form of warm water massage developed and taught at Harbin.
At mealtime, join us for creatively prepared breakfasts and dinners at our garden-view restaurant. Lunch items, snacks, ingredients and organic produce are always available from the Harbin Market. Or stop by one of our charming cafés.
Activities throughout the week are open to guests on a drop-in basis, including yoga classes (three times daily), dances, concerts, kirtan, classes and spiritual gatherings. Visiting workshop facilitators offer instruction in bodywork, relationships, creativity, nutrition and more.
Some guests drop in for a day visit, while those staying overnight choose from camping or lodging, including tent cabins, dorms, private rooms, or cottages. All are asked to liberate themselves from phones and laptops upon arrival, as our center is a technology-free sanctuary for guests.
Harbin's center is maintained and operated by more than 100 residents who share the duties of preserving this land as a healing retreat. Although we strive to provide basic comfort and conveniences during your retreat, we have no desire to compete with elegant spas or fancy resorts. See more events in this venue
I have been presenting these wonderful, empowering workshops,"The Art of Self-Pleasuring for Women", for over 15 years now. You can hear more about them on my interview on my website below. I have been asked to alert my sisters when I will be offering this workshop again. These workshops have been very important to women's sexual evolvement and health, and my "passion" and gift of love to women. I have been involved in the study of human sexuality and a Reichian therapist for over 40 years. These workshops were born out of my therapy work with women.
The Womens Reichian Therapy Intensive and
Yoni Yoga Workshop
Learning to Move Your Female Energy
An Empowering Workshop For Women
Harbin Hot Springs (www.harbin.org)
(Hot Tub & Pool Facilities)
Aug 1-3, 2014
Share knowledge, joy, fear, and shame surrounding the great mystery of our female energy.
Experience the art of self-pleasuring through guided imagery, Reichian breathwork, Kundalini yoga exercises and G-Spot exploration.
Discover and enjoy the beauty and awe of our female expression as we dispel the myth of shame and guilt around our sexuality and self-pleasuring.
Michele T. Newmark, M.S., D.D., ACS. has been involved in the study of human sexuality for over 40 years. The basis for her work is grounded in Reichian Therapy and the works of Dr. Wilhelm Reich. Through her own journey of sexual exploration, Michele has developed a format to break through the taboo surrounding self-pleasuring and liberate the powerful sexual energy within. Michele has an on-going private practice in Santa Rosa and at The Center for Healing and Expression in San Francisco.
Cost is $395 ($350 if paid by July 1st) includes Saturday dinner, snacks, beverages, indoor/outdoor camping.
Space is limited, pre-registration is required.
Michele T. Newmark, M.S., D,D., ACS.
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