IN YOUR AREA
After spending three years on his first book and
instructional manuals, Master Lyn Dilbeck is excited to bring these teachings and practices to the larger community.
He would love to work with you in creating a workshop
or retreat in your area.
WORKSHOP – ONE OR TWO DAYS
A typical workshop consists of a pre-workshop talk and discussion (approximately one and a half hours) on the evening prior to the one or two days of instruction and practice. The practice days are usually eight hours with a lunch break of one and a half hours.
Working outside is preferred: an outdoor location on grass or other adequate ground cover (such as a court of some kind) will work well.
RETREAT – THREE OR FIVE DAYS
A retreat can be held at a retreat center, resort, hotel, boarding school, or camp. Lyn is an avid camper and also does much of his teaching in the outdoors. A more rustic or camping venue is a very viable option.
In addition to promoting the retreat the host would be responsible for sleeping accommodations, and overseeing meal planning and preparation (3 meals per day). As this is a large undertaking, planning needs to begin several months (4-6) prior to the retreat.
Travel, lodging, and food costs for all workshops and retreatsare covered by the host. Lyn’s compensation is negotiable with a preferred minimum of $350.00 per teaching day.