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The Art of Coyote Teaching
Whether you're a teacher, a parent, a young adult or just wanting to discover more about yourself, this weekend offers you a life-changing experience! Coyote Teaching is an art form that is useful to all people. This class is about your personal journey as a teacher, role model, and student. Coyote Teaching is taught in this class through lectures, talking circles, and personal experience of activities that cultivate presence, self-awareness, and connection with nature. The hands-on, experiential activities done in this course facilitate the understanding of Coyote Teaching and how your relationship with yourself is inherent in your path as a Coyote Teacher. Our intent for this class is to create a learning environment that accompanies ancient forms of Coyote Teaching as well as newly evolved forms of Coyote Teaching that work for bridging the gap between the modern day human and the more than human world. Program Details: Arrival: This program is 3 days. On the first day, Friday, Nov. 2nd @ 4 pm, Registration will take place next to the pond. Departure: This class ends Sunday, Nov. 4th @ 12 pm. Shelter: Participants in this class will be sleeping in a personal tent on grass or in a personal tent under the shelter of the big white wedding tent. Indoor options are reserved for students unable to sleep in a tent outside (please email us if the only reason for not being able to attend is the inability to sleep outside, as we have potential indoor options for you). The tipi, wedding tent, fire pits, sunshine, and a lovely indoor kitchen and dining space will be keeping us warm during the day. Be sure to bring everything you need to stay warm and comfortable. Check the recommended gear list below for ideas on warm clothing, the degree of sleeping bag needed and other recommended items to bring. Water: There will be 2 indoor bathrooms to be used by students, one is located in the main house and the other is on the side of the Garden Carriage House in close proximity to the tenting area. The sink in either of these bathrooms or in the kitchen during meal times will be used to fill water bottles. If the number of students exceeds these bathrooms abilities to serve the people, a porta-potty will be rented to make sure everyone has a place to go when they need to. Food: Nourishing fresh cooked healthy and organic meals will be provided for this class. A variety of flavors of hot tea will be served in mornings and evenings. The food provided is intended to nourish and provide for all your energy needs for the weekend. However, if you need or enjoy having personal snacks please bring them! Lastly, please be sure to respond to the registration email that will be sent to you after payment as it will contain a brief dietary questionnaire form for you to fill out. We will then pass this information on to our cooks to make sure your dietary needs are accommodated. Cost of Attendance: Coyote Teacher Training cost of attendance is $300. Luckily, if you register early there are TWO HUGE DISCOUNTS! The first called the Extra Early Bird Discount is 20% off at $240 and is available now until August 20th. The next called the Early Bird Discount is 10% off at $270 and is available from August 20th until October 1st. Payments can be made in full or through a confirmed payment plan. Deadline for payment is Friday, Nov. 2nd at 12:00 am. There will be no refunds unless the Coyote Teacher Training event is canceled. Directions for Payment/Registration: Payments will be made through the Connected Wild website via a PayPal payment link. Register for the Coyote Teacher Training class through Scroll down to find it! (Your payment via the PayPal payment link is considered your registration for the class) Remember while on the PayPal payment page you will see an optional checkbox for ("Paying for goods or a service covered by Paypal Purchase Protection") please make sure this BOX is NOT CHECKED/UNCHECKED. This will allow us to accept your payment. Thank you! Contact & Important information: After you have registered by payment we will reach out to you with an email that will contain a dietary questionnaire, need to know information and some questions about you. This means we will need an email address from you that we can contact you on. We will receive this either through PayPal or if you'd like to use another email address please send us a separate email with your email address of choice. Space is limited in this class to a maximum of 20 participants. The minimum number of participants to run this class is 8. The age requirement for this class is 18+. Exceptions can be made for mature teens ages 13-17 by contacting us before registering. Please contact us at [masked] with any question you may have. Sam Daniels (Lead Instructor, Program Coordinator for this event) Directions for Parking: Drive to the end of Antioch until you see 3 red signs and turn left. On the gravel road parking will be located on the right starting from the burn pile until the drain pipe that comes out of the center of the pond. Park facing the farm field. Recommended Gear to bring list: *Required items are starred* • Personal Tent • 0-degree Sleeping Bag • Sleeping Pad • Ground Cloth or Tarp for under tent • Wool Blanket • *Bandana or Blindfold* • *Water Bottle (to be carried at all times)* • *Eating Utensils (plate, mug, bowl, knife, spoon, and fork)* • Toothbrush, toothpaste, Brush or comb • Soap, Shampoo, Towel • Raincoat, Rain Pants • Snow Jacket, Snow Pants • Jacket or Heavy Wool Sweater • Long Pants • Warm, Wool or Waterproof Socks • Stocking Hat • Gloves • Snow Boots • Hiking Boots or Tennis Shoes • 1 pair Synthetic Long Underwear top and bottom • Extra Snacks for Comfort and Energy • Sunscreen • *Medium-sized journal (Blank pages, no lines)* • *Pens* • An alarm (from watch or phone) Gear not to bring or to be stowed away list: • Any Electronics (such as phones, iPods or watches) • Anything that cannot get wet or dirty • Candy or Sugary Drinks

The Kelly Gallery

17315 Antioch Road · Stilwell, KS

Respond by: 11/2/2018
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