Soul of Continuum
Spring Weekend Retreat

with Beth Pettengill Riley, Marcella Bottero and Marilyn Montgomery near Santa Cruz, California

April 26 - 27, 2019

Retreat Tuition: $425
Early bird offer until 12/31/18 of $395

Deep beneath the winter's surface, the energies of spring are stirring, calling us to new possibilities, to birth new ways of manifesting our gifts and to gather inner strength and renewal.  It is a time when the deep interior work of nourishing the roots of the heart, mind, and body takes precedence over outer activities.

In this retreat, we will melt constrictions in the connective and muscle tissue, opening blood vessels to increase their capacity for flow, bringing fresh vitality to our hearts. Developing an intimate relationship with our own multidimensional heart, we will strengthen her physical health, connect with her central wisdom and enjoy the gifts of her wild, unbridled nature.

This will be the focus of our retreat together for these four days.  There will be periods of silence and time to tend, move, breathe, sound and incubate our personal connections to the greater field of nourishment that living in a planetary body offers. Come and be steeped into the natural organismic wilderness within our bones, blood and breath.

To register: send an email to; or call Marilyn at 707 357 7234. Send a non-refundable deposit check of $150 to Marilyn Montgomery, 1919 Buckskin Circle, Arcata, Ca 95521 to hold your place. The balance will be due by February 30th.

If you would like to pay by credit card, contact Marilyn and she will send you an invoice. Register early as space is limited.

This is an image of the cave of the heart. You are seeing the structure and movement of the mitral valve in deep communion with the breath - blood flow - pulsation - arising/flowing/opening/ closing deeply inside of you ~~~ ongoingly

Retreat Times:

Friday, April 26: 10-5 pm

Saturday April 27: 10-5 pm

Sunday April 28: 10:30-5 pm

This is a non-residential retreat.

“Continuum provides an opening to the deepest, most satisfying, nourishment long sought after and rarely received” —Emilie