- Category: Monthly Shamanic Circles
New Moon Soul Medicine
Thursday, May 02, 2019 ~ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Join us on the NEW MOON for a FULL MOON SENSORY IMMERSION into the timeless, effortless space of Shamanic Medicine.
Our evening includes:
* breathwork & grounding with Somatic processes
* energy clearing
* Core shamanic journeyw ith drum
* Sound Bath immersion for harmonization
Gift yourself TIME & SPACE to harmonize with the Full Moon energies for embodying and integrating changes in your life.
You will return home feeling RESTED, REGULATED & RECONNECTED
What to bring...
You'll be laying down for most of the time, so for your comfort bring:
* yoga mat & blanket
* eye covering/bandanna
* water bottle
* anything special you may like to charge on our altar and take back home
@ HeartQuest Holistic Wellness Centre
202-1651 Commercial Dr., Vancouver, BC
HeartQuest is on the 2nd floor of the Il Mercato building
(entrance on the west side of Commercial between Il Mercato entrance and Vancity at the elevator)
DOORS ARE LOCKED AFTER HOURS
Sorry but we CANNOT provide entry for latecomers
If we are not already at the door, please TEXT: 604.374.0259
Doors open: 6:45pm to settle in
Doors close: 6:55pm
Finish: 9:00pm - 9:15pm
PARKING: Paid parking in the underground, as well as local street parking
Your offering: $35
Angela (LittleBird) is a spiritual healer, artist, and ceremonialist, practicing and teaching shamanism for over twenty years. She is passionate about the Medicine path, all things wildly creative, and loves to travel (both globally and interdimensionally). With a trauma-informed foundation of somatic based therapy, Angela has had extensive in-person training and initiation through pilgrimage and her teachers. Her medicine lineages include: her ancestral Land of Ireland and the Faerie (psilocybin), Don Martin Pinedo Acuna (Don Benito Qorihuaman) in Peru, Siksika Blackfoot elders in Canada, and Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes.
We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Squamish, Kwikwetlem, Tsleil-Waututh, Kwantlen, and Katzie Nations, whose ancestral lands we live, work, and teach upon