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the hiveThe Hive is an innovative space in beautiful Carp, Ontario where entrepreneurs, artisans and craftspeople can showcase and promote their locally made and offered products and services.

The vision for The Hive started with the dream of a flower shop, Bumble Bee Blooms. The vision has since blossomed into a co-operative retail and studio space concept we call The Hive. The focus is on enabling and promoting the abundance of exceptional talent and entrepreneurship that exists in Carp and the surrounding region.

Businesses on board at The Hive include event planning, studio photography, artists and more.

hive-bldgIf you are, or if you know someone who is, a small business person, artisan or artist that you think could thrive at The Hive, give us as a call. Find out more about the “buzz” that is The Hive in Carp.

The Hive in Carp
3755 Carp Rd, Carp ON

613-470-HIVE (4483)

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Mark your calendars for late January 2012 for a sunny, healing holiday in the south.

We are officially starting the process of organizing our first southern retreat and you can help  by letting us know of any facilities in Costa Rica that would lend itself to a meditation retreat for up to 20 participants for a week.

We’re thinking near the ocean on the west coast, about 1 ½ hours from the capital city.  Costa Rica has all kinds of regions, including rain forests and an active volcano, many species of animals, a government supportive of sustainable technology, an opportunity to practice Spanish and very friendly people.

Let us know if you are interested and whether you would like to bring children—we could include a program for young people as well.  We will have exact times and prices once we finalize plans.

A few weeks ago we had the honour of hosting George Reilly, long-time psychotherapist, for a morning workshop on Bioenergetics, a way of moving to bring deeper emotions and tensions into awareness.

With profound gentleness, George led us through simple exercises followed by questions, ending with the opportunity to lie on a mattress and kick arms and legs in a release of old feelings that resulted in a rush of warmth in the chest.  Apparently the founder of Bioenergetics used this daily and lived well into his nineties. . .

We were so pleased with his presentation, that we immediately invited George back for more.  You can experience his introduction to Bioenergetics at the Learning Centre on Sunday, Oct 17 from 9:30am to noon (cost is $40) and during the Mind-Body Healing Retreat Nov 19-21.

Comments from the gathering:

“Easy to apply, enjoyed being more grounded, calm and gentle.” BB

“Appreciated the gentle approach following the body’s wisdom.” VR

“Gentle and profound—put me more in touch!” KW

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