Be the hero of your journey!
The Pilgrimage Workshop by Mind-Body Wonders™
brings together adventurers with different beliefs and backgrounds
to explore new paths on the way to personal self-discovery and growth.
Discover your unique strengths and motivation
Unpack weaknesses and fears to embrace your powers
Launch into the adventure of a lifetime in a meaningful and healthy way
Explore the cultural heritage of pilgrimage worldwide
Get unique tips from experienced pilgrims and experts in mindful movement, somatic coaching, trekking and backpacking, and others.
Connect with a pilgrimage community
Lauren Juanita Hines
Our special guest, Lauren Juanita Hines, has a deep interest in spiritual pilgrimage, and has walked more than 2,000 miles of holy paths in 6 countries so far. She has been exploring the spirit world, mind-body connection, and creative expression through the literary and performing arts. She is a certified yoga instructor, a tango dancer, and a runner. She brings her approach to group connection and collaborative insights to her career as a certified project manager and facilitator of strategy workshops. Her undergraduate academic work was in psychology, and she received her MBA from Johns Hopkins.
Tamara Tarasova is the Founder of Mind-Body Wonders, LLC, a Life and Success Coach, avid dancer, and book author. She helps people fulfill their dreams by balancing powerful advancement and responsible self-care. Driven by an endless curiosity about human nature, Tamara inspires her clients through metaphors and mind-body connection. Her coaching background includes Co-Active Coaching, Gestalt therapy, and Somatic Thinking methodology. She has extensive background in adult training, holds Master’s degree in Education from George Mason, and diploma in Psychological Counseling from Moscow State University.
The Pilgrimage Workshop by Mind-Body Wonders™ will be conducted at the Wellspring Conference Center, just 40 minutes drive from downtown Washington D.C.
Wellspring Conference Center is located on the property of Dayspring - a 200+ acre expanse of woodlands, meadows, ponds, and wildlife. The capstone of the Workshop will be our mini-pilgrimage to the beautiful waterfall on campus.