Art of Presence Mini-Day Retreat with Peter Kater
Join me, Peter Kater, for an afternoon and evening of presence, authenticity, and connection. I’ve taken some of the principals and experiences of my week-long “Art of Presence” retreats that I hold on Maui and in Montana and adapted them to a daylong journey of intimacy, transparency and connection through dyad and group authentic relating; centering, grounding and opening exercises; personal sharing; essential oils; energy work and music, music, music. I’ll be playing piano often throughout the day as you lie under my brand new Yamaha DC7X piano and bathe in it’s beautiful vibrations and harmonic resonance. And after we’ve delved in and explored what lies within and without with love and compassion and bathed our hearts and souls in sweet presence and harmonic vibration between 1pm and 7pm we will celebrate each other and nurture our bodies with a delicious gourmet Japanese dinner of Miso Soup with Wake, Tofu and Scallion; Kane Sunomono Salad with Cucumber, Fresh Crab, Pickled Ginger, Tricolor Seaweed and Tosazu; Hamachi Belly Tartare served on crisp Taro Root Chips with Shiso Jalapeño Gremoulata and Ponzu; Maguro (tuna) Avocado served on mini cucumber boats and assorted Nigiri and Sushi rolls (and more) all made fresh in our kitchen by our very own personal chef, Erika Gibson. Vegetarian options are available. Premium Wines and Sake will also be served. Dress comfortably and casually and bring what you need in terms of blankets or pillows to get cozy and comfortable. Bring your journal and water bottle if you like. Eat lunch before you arrive. There will be a tea break mid-afternoon and dinner will be served at 7pm. Tuition is $235 per person.
This will be a small group so sign up now!
2 x Grammy Winning/Multi-Platinum selling Pianist/Composer Peter Kater has been a leading innovator of contemporary instrumental music for over 3 decades. He’s received many awards and accolades for his rich and diverse music including 14 Grammy Award nominations and two Grammy wins. He’s released over 70 critically acclaimed recordings and has scored the music for over 100 television and film productions including 11 On & Off-Broadway dramatic plays. From solo piano and contemporary jazz ensembles to full orchestral works his cross-genre music is heard all over the world from the Olympics to Carnegie Hall. He is known for his many groundbreaking collaborations with musicians such as Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai; Sting guitarist Dominic Miller and Sacred Chantress Snatam Kaur. And as avid environmentalist and humanitarian Peter is a proud recipient of the Environment Leadership Award from the United Nations.