Brilliance of Being Retreat Registration is Closed
About the Retreat
BEING is a practice. Quarterly one-day retreats are an opportunity to explore and practice BEING along with others who are equally curious about connecting with their innate brilliance.
During this retreat you will:
Explore the practice of pausing
Listen deeply to the guidance of your inner spirit
Feel inspired by their own brilliance
Connect deeply with community Play
Date * Time * Location
Sunday, April 30th
9:00 am* - 4:30 pm
Cranaleith Spiritual Center
13475 Proctor Rd Philadelphia, PA 19116
Full day retreat activities
Vegetarian (largely organic) lunch
Early Bird registration by April 20th - $169
Standard rate - $189
*Doors open at 8:30 am for a light breakfast
Pre-registration required either through this site
or by calling 484-469-7880
Henry Yampolsky is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based teacher, mediator, and conflict coach. Henry is also the co-author (along with Annette Birkmann) of Dis-Solving Conflict from Within (www.dissolvingconflict.com), an innovative four-step process of self-inquiry into our direct experience of conflict. Dis-Solving Conflict from Within enables people to respond to conflict with clarity, compassion and presence instead of reacting to it with fear, avoidance and aggression.
An International Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Instructor (E-RYT 200), trained in Rishikesh, India, Henry utilizes the techniques and wisdom of yoga in his conflict resolution practice. Henry is the co-founder and President of Sattva Yoga America, Inc. (www.sattvayogaamerica.org), a non-for-profit corporation tasked with spreading the practice of Sattva Yoga, which was developed by Henry’s teacher, Anand Mehrotra, throughout North America and the world and especially with bringing yoga to underserved and underprivileged communities.
Henry is a sought-after speaker, facilitator and workshop leader and has presented programs on mindfulness, compassionate communications, restorative justice, mediation and client empowerment in the practices of mediation and collaborative law. Through his affiliation with the New York Peace Institute, Henry serves as a community mediator, restorative justice facilitator and conflict coach. Henry is also one of the coaches for the Peace Institute’s Basic Meditation Training (BMT) and teaches mediation and conflict de-escalation skills to the NYPD.