Friday, December 1, 2017
5:00 p.m. Opening Ceremony
Saturday, December 2, 2107
8:00 a.m. Marimar and Zoe Movement Practice
10:00 a.m. Cristina Alonzo Birthing our Dreams: The Natural Rhythm of Feminine Creation
12:00 p.m. Rachel Sizemore The Power of Your Feminine Body
2:00 p.m. Jill Mollenhauer Power Panel Featuring:
Marisol Hernández from Banda La Santa Cecilia.
Dra. Ana Luisa Guluarte, Delegado Seguro Popular BCS.
Estrella Navarro Holms free dive champion.
4:00 p.m. Magali Diaz Remembering your original project of Light and Consciousness here on Earth through the SACRED NUMEROLOGY.
6:00 p.m. Zoe Dearborn The Power of Owning Your Shadow: Awakening To Wholeness
Sunday, December 3, 2017
8:00 a.m. Marimar and Zoe Movement Practice
10:00 a.m. Elena Ascencio Ibanez Dharma Talk
12:00 p.m. Hillary Schwab Finding your Voice in Conflict – Strategies for Dispute Resolution in all Aspects in Life
2:00 p.m. Elena Moreno The Power of One, Empowered Women Can Change the World
4:00 p.m. Closing Ceremony
Cristina Alonso is a certified professional midwife and holds a masters in public health. She has spent almost 20 years being with women in health, birth and life transitions. She has founded two birth centers, one in Chiapas and another in Mexico City and was a founding member and president of the Mexican Midwifery Association from 2014 to 2017. She frequently teaches at nursing and midwifery schools and associations and conferences. She educates midwives under the midwives model of care and works to professionalize midwifery in Mexico. She is a student of Robert Hall, Thich Nhat Hanh and Chameli Ardaugh. A student of anthropology, Cristina is fascinated by archetypes and cultural rituals around health and gender. http://www.lunamaya.org
Rachel Sizemore is a Sex, Love and Relationship Coach who helps women reawaken their bodies and their sexuality. She is passionate about getting women out of their heads and back into their bodies so they can experience greater pleasure and a deep, tender connection to themselves. Rachel is also the creator and host of Ripen, the podcast for turning women on to their desires and truth. If you’re looking to reignite your spark and your passion, check out Ripen on iTunes or Stitcher and connect with Rachel at http://www.rachelsizemore.com
I look visually and viscerally into the oneness of the universe – capturing for a moment the truth of ourselves,” says Jill Mollenhauer, an artist whose multimedia paintings offer a succinct spatio-temporal display of form, color and figuration. Working with acrylic in a process that gives her paint on canvas the translucence of watercolor while maintaining the vibrancy of acrylic, she creates ethereal compositions with subtle gradations of color. Highlighting meditation, the regenerative power of Nature and the Divine Essence of collective humanity as the source of her creative flow, Mollenhauer is a visionary abstract painter with Transcendentalist leanings. In addition to pigment, her paintings often incorporate layers of paper and found objects such as metal, shells or beads she finds along the coastal regions of California and Mexico. Jill Mollenhauer is a native of Southern California and currently resides in Todos Santos Baja California, Mexico.
Born in Mexico City, she finished her professional studies at the Tourism School of the National Polytechnic Institute. After some time, she began her first studies in numerology, a technique that continues to improve since her consulting in Mexico City has been increasing over the years.
Her studies have led her to many countries such as Morocco, France, Canada, Egypt, among others, where she has experienced intense revelations, adding great potential to her knowledge and vibrational levels.
As a public figure, she has been invited to television and radio networks, as well as collaborations in magazines and the written press, where her talent and charisma always stand out.
Her successful workshops; ‘Karma’, ‘Vibration’, The Kybalion and ‘Remembering your original project (blue print)’, fulfill the main objective of raising the vibration and level of consciousness in people.
Co-founder of the Re-creation of Being, and one of the pioneers of the Holistic Tourism concept, she travels the world through the main energy points along with the “travelers of light”, in a journey of constant awakening.
Zoë Dearborn has an MA in Counseling Psychology and Expressive Arts Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and a BA in Studio Art and East Asian Studies from Oberlin College. She teaches two ongoing expressive arts therapy classes in Todos Santos: Art Journal Lab and Dance Lab, offers online courses and has a private practice as a counselor and creativity coach. Zoë is also an avid writer, singer/songwriter/guitarist for the rock band Zoë Dearborn and The Mischief, a trained actress and improvisor, photographer and creative collaborator. Originally from Brooklyn NY, she now lives off the grid in a homemade desert homestead near Todos Santos with her husband and 8 year old son.
Elena Asenscio Ibanez
Elena Ascencio-Ibáñez is an artist, English/Spanish translator and entrepreneur. She has been collaborating and translating the work of the psychiatrist, meditation and Dharma teacher Dr. Robert K. Hall for years. Most notably, Elena translated Dr. Hall’s collection of poems featured in Buddha Now, Buda Ya, as well as his most recent collection of Dharma Talks Así Es, which also features her own artwork. She has worked with Dr. Robert Saltzman, as the editor for his recent book The Ten Thousand Things and as translator of his writings.
Elena is also a Dharma teacher in her own right, and travels throughout Mexico collaborating with Dr. Hall for silent meditation and Gestalt retreats, and is currently in training as a Gestalt guide. She lives in Todos Santos, Baja with her partner and two daughters.
Hillary was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, where she works as a lawyer representing workers in disputes with their employers. Her law practice focuses on bringing lawsuits to recover workers’ unpaid wages and suing employers for discrimination and/or retaliation against workers who have asserted their rights. Many of these cases are resolved through settlement, either through direct negotiation or through a formal mediation process. Hillary is so grateful to have spent last winter in Todos Santos and Pescadero with her partner and three children (and newly acquired puppy), where she was introduced to the magic of Baja California Sur. She and her family love spending time on the beach, camping, and eating fish tacos. When she is not working or jumping in the waves, she loves reading, bicycling, and going on road trips.
Elena Moreno is a yoga teacher, writer, doctor of Naturopathic medicine, environmentalist and business woman. She is on the board of a number of nonprofit organization including the Cancer Registry of Baja California Sur, The Center for Renewable Energy and Environmental Quality, Circulos, Inc. as well as other organizations dedicated toeducation, conservation, service, personal growth and indigenous traditions. She also is the founder of the Empowerment Series, an educational program for personal growth and spiritual development, which is taught in the United States, Mexico and other countries. A mother and grandmother, Elena lives with her husband of 46 years, her 3 grown children and 8 grandchildren in Todos Santos, a magical community on the pacific coast of Baja California Sur in Mexico.
Marimar has been teaching yoga in Todos Santos for twelve years. She loves her ongoing teaching practice and the community that surrounds it. Her vision has always been to be able to teach and practice in a beautiful, natural place, where the outer landscape and the inner landscape could be in harmony. At the same time, she dreamed of offering the space to other teachers and practitioners from near and far so that they could share their gifts, creating a powerful vortex of creative and healing energy. When the time was right she and her husband, Oscar, designed and built Cuatro Vientos, a center for yoga, arts, meditation and movement. The space was officially opened to the community in January, 2015. Marimar lives in Todos Santos with her husband and two children and is also the owner of La Esquina, the café right next door to Cuatro Vientos.