IndigenEYEZ

  • Hollyhock Leadership Centre Hollyhock Leadership Centre
  • 445 Highfield Road, Cortes Island, British Columbia, Canada
  • Jun 5 - 9, 2019 (5 days)
  • Single w/shared bathroom* - CAD $1,477.00 Couple w/ensuite Oceanfront* - CAD $1,429.00 Couple w/ensuite* - CAD $1,309.00 Couple w/shared bathroom* - CAD $1,189.00 Twin w/ensuite oceanfront* - CAD $1,429.00 Twin w/ensuite* - CAD $1,309.00 Twin w/shar

About This Event

Humanity is experiencing an unprecedented era. Collectively we sit on the verge of creation and destruction. Challenges to planetary well-being have never been more evident and creating opportunities for positive, actionable change have never been more vital. Indigenous knowledge is critical to transforming our culture from a consumer/material / human-centred identity to one that is governed by natural laws of respect, responsibility and reciprocity with the Earth.

IndigenEYEZ is medicine for relationships. Bring forth the wisdom of our ancestors into today’s modern world. Discover tools for fostering healthier relations with others. Through cultural stories and teachings, we share skills for healthier relations with self, others, nature and culture. Our program draws on the land and the wisdom of our Ancestors to deepen senses and intuition. Feet on the ground, we offer tools that can be used in staff meetings, planning sessions, HR, community engagement—anywhere people gather.

IndigenEYEZ shares proven social innovations to build the safety and trust needed for our relationships to flourish and grow. As Indigenous people, our capacity for relationships is in recovery. Discover how strength-based communication and creativity build buy-in. Learn skills to engage, inspire and mobilize community programs using proven social innovation methodologies from PYE Global and adapted for First Nations. Learn when to teach and when to get out of the way. Become a leader who can mobilize people behind a shared vision. Young and emerging leaders will lay the foundation for a brighter future by bringing these skills back home to support Truth and Reconciliation.

A team of facilitators and mentors will take you through an empowering and deeply engaging journey.  The 4 threads of leadership – connecting to self, others, land and culture – are woven throughout the 5 days using a variety of arts and lands based processes.

This program is open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous people of all ages looking to deepen their work in a time of high need.

Kim Haxton will also be presenting A Training in Lateral Liberation with Kris Archie June 9-14, 2019. 

Hollyhock definitely captured my heart. The food is wonderfully balanced and full of flavour. The garden is mesmerizing and the staff is always welcoming with a smile. Accommodation was comfortable and clean. There is something enchanting about this place that is calling me back ~ Monica G

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Venue Highlights

Hollyhock sits on the traditional territories of the Klahoose, Tla’amin, Homalco Nations. We are committed to renewing our relationships with the First Nations peoples on whose territories we are guests.

Since 1982 Hollyhock has built upon the history of this land as a place of gathering, a pioneering homestead, and the site of an important human potential education centre. On this foundation of gathering, pioneering and learning, Hollyhock’s founders dreamed of creating a lifelong learning and leadership curriculum to inspire, nourish and support people intent on service to a better world.

Hollyhock became a not-for-profit in 2006 to strengthen carrying out our mission into the future. With your help we can keep this as a thriving centre for skill-building, lifelong learning and stewardship of the natural world, inspiring, nourishing and supporting people making the world better for another 30+ years.

Accommodations

A variety of accommodations are located throughout our lush campus, ranging in price to suit most budgets. Choose from private, beachfront or ocean facing rooms, dorm-style lodging or cabins that nestle in the quiet seclusion of the forest. Our beautiful campsites are also available, with a cedar bath house conveniently located for your use.

Room fees include all Hollyhock basics, like stimulating presenter evenings, delicious, organic meals, morning yoga/meditation classes, guided naturalist walks and tours of the garden, as well as luxurious soaks in our ocean-view hot-tubs. Telephones and wireless Internet are centrally located.

Room Options Include:
Single: 1 Person
Twin: Couple or Friends, 2 beds.
Couple: Couples or Friends sharing 1 bed.
Family/Friends: 3 or more adult friends or family /2 beds
Dorm: Up to 6 people/bunk beds
Tenting with full-service bath house (bring your own tent and bedding)
Roommates can be assigned, upon request, in twin and dorm rooms only.

Amenities

  • Free Wifi
  • Spa
  • Towels
  • Free Parking
  • Tour Assistance
  • Hot Tub
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Restaurant

Menu Types

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Organic
  • Dairy Free

Menu/Cuisine

A feast for the senses! Renowned fresh, sumptuous food has made our Hollyhock kitchen famous. Our French-Intensive garden supplies vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers to each meal, gracing your table with food that is nourished with care every step of the way.

Our healthy, organic, vegetarian fare features ingredients from our abundant gardens located just outside our kitchen door, and well as local BC foods.

Meals at Hollyhock are globally-inspired and prepared with love and skill in our Hollyhock kitchen. Enjoy weekly wild seafood dinners and beach-side oyster appetizer barbecues. We serve organic grains and organic produce sourced locally, whenever possible. Organic herbs, flowers, greens, and vegetables are harvested daily from the Hollyhock garden. Our orchard produces many beautiful fruits featured on the dessert menu seasonally and served in our 24/7 fruit bowl, offering. Our meals are created and served “family style”.

Directions

Our address is: PO Box 127, Manson’s Landing
Cortes Island, B.C. V0P 1K0 Canada

There are a variety of ways to get here. They include:

Seaplane:
1 hr from Vancouver
2 hrs from Seattle

Fly & Water Taxi:
2 hrs from Vancouver
3 hrs from Seattle

Roadtrip
Approx 6 hrs from Vancouver
Approx 10 hrs from Seattle

Public Trnsport (Ferry)
Approx 6 hrs from Vancouver
Approx 10 hrs from Seattle

Other ideas:

Rideshare:
Lighten your footprint and cost by sharing a ride with a fellow Hollyhock traveler – you might make a new friend! Create a free account on our secure Ride Share Board.

Electric Charging Station:
We are proud to offer an electric vehicle charging station on campus. Plan your stops with PlugShare.

Hollyhock Shuttle:
Complimentary for Onsite guests to and from ferry, seaplane, water taxi and ferries.

Thank you!

We're glad you've joined our retreat community. See you around :)

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