Offering workshops in SoulCollage®, collaborations with Integrative Breathwork, and Spiritual Direction/Companioning
to join us in community or individually,
to play together
and explore life with curiosity, wonder and joy.
"One can't believe impossible things," Alice said. "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
Through the Looking Glass, Chapter V
Reet is someone whose life has been full of impossible things – good things, hard things and everything in between. This has given her a deep understanding of the joys and sorrows of the human journey.
Reet has now turned her depth of experience into pursuing a calling to Interfaith studies, in the belief that something within the human spirit calls us to wonder, to worship, to stand in awe, to honour our stories and those of our ancestors. Her passion is inviting others to take risks and to release their inherent creativity and capacity to play through expressive arts. Reet is also interested in how trauma is held in the body and the brain and the various ways that we can work with energy, movement, and art to open the possibility of deep soul healing. She will be ordained as an interfaith minister through the Chaplaincy Institute for Interfaith Ministry in Berkeley, and through the Metaphysical Ministry of Canada, in Ontario, in the fall of 2020.
Reet Mae is an artist, independent scholar, interfaith Spiritual Director and trained SoulCollage® facilitator, whose work focuses on self-compassion and holistic healing of intergenerational trauma through image, creative activities and kinaesthetic practice. She is a student in the ordination stream at the Chaplaincy Institute for Interfaith Ministry and the Metaphysical Ministry of Canada, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, (Patterns of Freedom/Raising the Flag) exploring her Estonian/Finno-Ugric heritage, using creative processes to identify and address ancestral and personal trauma.
Look for more creative and spiritual programming to be added each year.