Friday, August 9th - Sunday August 11th

a retreat weekend designed to tap natural sources for
possibilities and action
with Kate Trygstad, M.S., ACC
Join us for a weekend of experiences and reflection as we notice Nature's voice in many forms and from it find
meaning.  Being curious in your experiences and exploration will bring resonance and discoveries.  You will choose
how to understand and apply insights to opportunities you are facing.  You will leave refreshed, supported by others
and with new possibilities and actions.

Cost:  $275 by July 17, $325 later,
cost includes meals (except Saturday dinner) and accommodations

Contact: Kate Trygstad     Subject line: Retreat;  or 703.243.8726

Workshop limited to 10 participants.

Nature Dialogue: Translating Nature's Voice Into Personal Action
    a retreat weekend with Kate Trygstad at Kayser Ridge
    retreat and learning center                                          
Noticing and reflecting are central to any learning process.  In
this workshop, Nature provides the impetus for that learning.
Applying the learning to personal questions and opportunities
gives us new perspectives and opens up new possibilities.

The retreat design includes guided activities, free exploration,
individual reflection, group reflection and support, with arrival
5-7 pm on Friday and departure by 1 pm on Monday.  It
includes wholesome meals to nourish the body and is held in
the beautiful mountain setting to inspire the spirit.  Saturday
evening will be free time to explore charming restaurants and
other attractions in nearby Berkeley Springs.

Please see for information about local
attractions and photos of the beautiful center and its setting.

Carpooling:  If you wish to be known to other participants for
carpooling or using Reston Limousine (see special
arrangement on Kayser Ridge site) please contact

Meals:  If you have special needs in food, please contact Kate
Kate Trygstad is a certified coach, facilitator and
organization development practitioner.  Her clients
have reported finding new ways to cope with
serious challenges, greater presence in their work
world, getting unstuck from feelings of constraint,
and finding transformative new approaches to their
daily lives.