Theme for 2019
Guy Nelson is well-known in the Seattle area as a long-time radio host on KUOW-NPR. He’s also a professional actor and musician, and he travels around the world training people and organizations in communication and creativity. Guy has performed and directed improvisational theater for decades in the Puget Sound region and nationally, and he believes there is a deep connection between creativity, improvisation and spirituality.
Returning by popular demand to our retreat and community for the second year in a row, Guy will lead us this year in plenty of fun games that explore the many ways we move our bodies. That includes various dances and improvisational activities, done solo or in groups. The games are simple and all-inclusive; no dance experience is needed, just bring some comfy clothes. Like other forms of improvisation, they can transport you into a creative mental space that raises your self-awareness and deepens your connection to others. Participation – mind, body and spirit – is as you are willing and able, as always.
This was also the first Salmon Bake of the 2019 summer season, and the weather allowed us to celebrate at the Beach.