Ritual Theatre & Work that Reconnects
with Hector Aristizabal (Re-conectando)

June 27th - June 30th 2023 
Teatro di Montevaso, Chianni, Tuscany, Italy.

Hector Aristizabal returns to Europe after six years, to share his work in the Peace process in Colombia with Re-Conectando supporting the mandate of the Truth Commission, with Truth Reconciliation Laboratories in the womb of Mother Earth. See more about this work at:

The retreat is hosted and organized by social arts facilitators Ilaria Olimpico and Uri Noy Meir.

You are invited to:

  • Connect to the wisdom of nature
  • Activate your embodied knowing
  • Become more aware of your personal and collective trauma
  • Design and experience healing rituals for collective healing

COSTS: 350 euros (reduced fee until 30th March)+  75 euros a day per person, including three meals (an extra 15 euros per night for a single room).


June 30th (afternoon) - July 2nd (afternoon), 2023

Teatro di Montevaso, Chianni, Tuscany, Italy.

In ImaginAction, we recognize that the work of a Social Arts facilitator develops and matures while relating to the world and one another; this is why, as part of the annual ImaginAction Gathering, we are offering to host an Open Space to learn and grow together. These days of gathering will allow us to present and learn from each others' work and visions, all while collectively reflecting on the underlying layers and emerging insights of the work and action research we are carrying in the world. 

A learning village hosted by the ImaginAction global team of Social Arts Facilitators. Join an exchange with fellow travelers to cultivate and grow your work, and vision and regenerate your energies.

COSTS: 250 euros (reduced fee until 30th March) + 75 euros a day per person, including three meals (an extra 15 euros per night for a single room)

You are invited to:

  • A physical encounter of a global network of practitioners
  • Get peer and mentor support to realize your projects
  • Grow and reconnect to the source of your work and vision
  • Cultivate a generative space to grow your future seeds
  • Discern wisdom from your personal and collective journey

100 euros discount if you attend both retreat and gathering (the whole week)

Upcoming Online Sessions

Pay what you Can OPEN TO ALL Sessions—limited spaces. Sign up below!

"A leader is anyone who chooses to take responsibility for shaping new realities, and sensing potential in every person and situation that has the courage to follow it and show the way for the emerging potential to grow into new possibilities."

- Soul Leadership

"Collective wellbeing is a paradigm for an emerging future. It is activated in groups that heal a sense of separation between self, other, and nature; encourage authenticity; support risk-taking amid uncertainties, and embrace a sense of possibility."   

- Institute for Collective Wellbeing 

Why Mentoring?

Mentoring is about valuing relationships in a social system, a community, or any group of people working and collaborating. It is not about transferring or practicing one or more methods or techniques or getting new tools to copy-paste.

It is a reconnective leadership program that offers you a creative opportunity to see and be seen in your gifts and talents, with sessions dedicated to showcasing your work, getting feedback, and cultivating listening, trust, and care. Throughout the program, you will be introduced to Social Arts practices as a space to make the invisible visible and reconnect with our bodies and our capacity to feel and witness the reality inside and outside us.

Who is it for?

The program is designed for leaders in different fields - education, social work, health, and the private sector  - committed to community healing, eco-social justice, and regenerative action for the future. When we talk about leaders, we mean anyone willing to lead the way toward more connection, regeneration, and flourishing life on earth. We realize that leading and facilitating processes can be emotionally and physically demanding. This type of work requires nourishing our inner sense of well-being. In turn, inner wellbeing is cultivated when we re-connect with ourselves,  others, and nature. 

Who are we?

We have worked extensively with people coming from grassroots movements and the non-profit sector. Now, it is time to take a transdisciplinary approach. We aim to heal a sense of separation between the private and non-profit sectors, academia and informal education, communities and government. We feel it is a time for us to unite and work together.




Do you FEEL the same? Please contact  us!


Why Now?

We are facing a historical inter-related crisis (ecological, spiritual, social) where leaders' ability to cultivate awareness and stay connected with themselves, others, and Nature is essential.

If you work with teams and people, you have surely felt the challenge of working in an environment of growing uncertainty, social isolation, and widespread fear.

What do people say about the program?

Meet the Team