The Dying to Live Tour and Cabaret
Glen Rose, TX
Dinner Friday May 5 to Sunday May 7 lunch
• Invested in conscious living
• Wondering what legacy you will leave
• Consciously meeting physical challenges and end of life
• Seeking peace in the midst of hard changes
• Wondering how to help or include the help of others?
• Facing more free time and choices
• ?...or just someone who doesn't plan on living forever...
…the Dying to Live Tour and Cabaret invites art, spirit, lessons and questions. Cynthia Winton-Henry, cofounder of InterPlay and Rev. Stephen Winton-Henry, hospice chaplain and grief educator bring decades of helping people get into and out of their bodies. Their resources include Stephen Jenkinson’s Die Wise, Ira Byock’s Four Things That Matter Most, Tina Cole Kreitz’s The Last Gift Box: A Present to Those Who Follow Me, and Cynthia Winton-Henry’s Move: What the Body Wants.
Come join hosts Krystyna Jurzykowsi, Madeline Udashen and Hans York at amazing High Hope Ranch, an oasis of lovei. Spring is one of the best times to visit. Before or after the retreat don’t miss a visit at adjacent Fossil Rim Wildlife Center. There is nothing like having your palm kissed by giraffe lips.
Friday 6pm Dinner, introductions and orientation
9-12 The Dance of Death
2-3:30 The Poetry of Life
4-6 Happy Hour The Art of Legacy
7:30 The Cabaret of Community: Stories, Songs, Dances, and Tellings
9-12 The Song of the Soul
Lunch 12:30 -1
Fees cover tuition, room and board
Couple: private room and board $460, tuition $300-500 sliding scale
Single: private room and board $380, tuition $200-350
Futon and board: $340 single or $400 double, tuition $200-350
Stephen Winton-Henry served as a hospice chaplain, spiritual care manager, pastor, and grief educator since the 1970’s. Losing a parent at a young age initiated him in the need for spiritual companionship through life. He is a graduate from Foothill Theater Conservatory, an InterPlay leader, avid reader and amateur ukulele and guitar player who loves to hang out and play.
Cynthia Winton-Henry, cofounder of InterPlay, host the Hidden Monastery, a virtual community of prayerful mystics and artists. She’s taught at Pacific School of Religion and produced The Unbelievable Beauty of Being Human concert worldwide. Her projects include Changing the Race Dance Workshops and Art and Social Change for millennials. Her books include Move: What the Body Wants, Dance: the Sacred Art, and Chasing the Dance of Life.