Retreat teaches how to find joy

A retreat will give residents the chance to learn about their lives at the Creating Abundance Retreat

Learn how to “create abundance” and consciously create the life you want at the Creating Abundance Retreat.

Liza Hindmarch, operator of Munay Holistics, is offering the retreat for people to “gain understanding of universal principles that underpin all that we create and experience in life, thereby giving them the freedom to consciously create the life they want.”

After immigrating from England to Canada in 2001 and settling in Golden, Hindmarch set up her homeopathy practice. She found her passion, helping people uncover the old limiting beliefs, and hidden unconscious patterns that block them from the life they truly want.

“The retreat offers people a chance to do a deep spring clean of all the old patterns that lie buried deep inside us all ~ the fears, the ‘not feeling good enoughs’, the ‘yes, but’s’, the low self worth, the negative beliefs ~ all that holds us back so often in life,” said Hindmarch.

“At this retreat we finish with these old patterns leaving us free to welcome the enormous abundance the universe has to offer. People learn how to be part of the co-creative dance of manifesting abundance and living in joy.”

If you want more out of life, more loving relationships, more job satisfaction, more creativity, more peace and joy, more financial prosperity…..more abundance of anything then this is the workshop for you.

The workshop runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday May 27 or Monday May 28. There will be small group sizes, a maximum of 10 people, and pre-registration is required. If you’re interested you can contact Hindmarch at 344-5206, or

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