Move, Breath, Meditate &
attune yourself for the new year!

Meet the facilitators

Lee Reidl

Cultural Emergence & Sound Healing

Having grown up across 3 continents and cultures, my interest in the human, natural and unseen worlds has been diversely influenced since childhood.

The question of what sustainable living and healthy foodist practice can look like is something I have explored for three decades. My journey on the healing/transformational path has spanned two decades and a bountiful array of modalities and cultural practices.

The intersection of ‘Spirit’ and mundane daily life is my ‘sweet spot’ of interest. Sound/vibration work is the realm in which I facilitate space for individuals to take the next step on their own journey of healing and growth.

My journey with Anthropology and Permaculture was my path to encountering Cultural Emergence. The experiences I have had with this practice are what lead me to commit to becoming a facilitator.

Melina Cinq Mars

Hatha Yoga

Melina has been an active certified yoga teacher since 2004. She creates safe and sacred classes for healing the heart and the mind. Focusing on therapeutic yoga, she uses symbols to access the inner voice and the Higher Self that lives within each of us.


Geoffroy Tremblay

Yoga Nidra, Dream Yoga, energy work and Body Sensing.

Having practiced yoga and meditation for over 25 years, Geoffroy has been trained in the Kashmir Shaivism branch of Tantra. He has also explored, and keeps exploring many kinds of practices related to healing, evolution and energy, from martial art to shamanism.
Yoga Nidra, Dream Yoga, Body Sensing and multiple types of meditation techniques and movements are at the core of his teachings.
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What is

Cultural Emergence is an invitation to create cultures of personal leadership, collective wisdom and Earth care. Emergence initiates breakthroughs that expand our thinking and enable us to build personal and collective resilience, and embody new ways of being and interacting.  It nourishes and empowers us to design the world we want to live in. 

We acknowledge the Ktunaxa and Sinixt first peoples on whose unceded territory we are caretakers and guests.