Retreats

Retreat: The Magic of Mutual Subordination

Fr. Loya Head shot1.png

Schedule

3:30 Doors open, Check in, Meet and Talk
4:00 Dance lesson 1
4:45 Talk 1
5:30 Dance Lesson 2
6:00 Dinner Break
6:45 Dance Lesson 2
7:15 Talk 2
8:00 Dance
11:00 Dance Ends

Fr. Thomas Loya

Director of the Tabor Life Institute, Author and Speaker on the Theology of the Body.

Did you ever go on retreat and spend so much time sitting during talks that your rear end was sore? Or that you lacked energy to focus on all the speakers?

Then you will love this retreat! We have TWO sessions on Trinitarian theology that use your entire body (AKA, a dance lessons) plus two engaging talks. You'll gain some new insights into the Theology of the Body as well as some new skills for incorporating that theology onto your prayer life, so you can follow Christ more faithfully.

St. John Vianney, Northlake Saturday, September 25th
matt Head shot2.png

Matt Mordini

Director of Theology of Dance and the Illinois, Event Planner, Dance teacher and Theology of the Body Speaker

Link will take you to our sign up Genius page.

Dance Retreats

Theology of Dance Retreats are unlike any other retreat you've been on! We interweave talks, discussion and reflection with quality dance instruction that focuses on building lead-follow skills. You’ll learn why dance is such an effective analogy for understanding our faith life and for loving God and neighbor while you build relationships with those in the TOD Community. Retreats can be tailored to different groups such as couples, schools or youth. Your retreat can run from 1/2 day to a full weekend. Retreats are good for groups of 30 to 150. A great option for a retreat is to end with a dance party.

retreat-group
retreat-group

press to zoom
Retreat-teaching
Retreat-teaching

press to zoom
todretreatbgsu02
todretreatbgsu02

press to zoom
retreat-group
retreat-group

press to zoom
1/5