Connecting through rhythm, play and creativity. Saying goodbye. Preparing to step out of the conference and return home.

With every hello, a goodbye will follow. After a full weekend of networking, inspiration, and collective self-care, it is now time to prepare to leave.

I put a lot of thought into preparing this closing ceremony. Weaving in the conference themes in a playful and creative way.

We planned to start with a poem.

My Brain And Heart Divorced – John Roedel

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