We are moving into the summertime, or Bealtaine as it is known in the Celtic calendar. It is a time when, along with nature, we too feel the call move from bud to blossom. The last two years have been challenging for many in that opening, that blossoming and yet the soul is always calling to expand, to create, to really live.
In support of that blossoming soul, I would like to invite you to join myself and Jo-Anne to open to the gifts of summer, to journey into the call of your soul’s blossoming with a wonderful evening of movement, ritual and shamanic journeying to help us transition from Spring into Summer.
No previous experience is required for this class.
What you will need
- Wear clothes in which you can move easily
- Journal & pen
- Bottle of water
- Any object that represents ‘blossoming‘ to you
Would you like to join us? Here is some more information about what a Shamanic Journey is.
Date: Thurs 26th May 2022
Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm
Location: Boher Community Centre
Cost: 25 euro
Booking: Blossoming or www.lucia.ie/yoga
Jo-Anne is a trans-personal therapist who helps her clients connect to their inner wisdom and light and how to shine that light bravely in the world. She has a background in psychology, psychotherapy, sound therapy and shamanism and weaves all of these together to create a growing space for her clients.Jo-Anne has a special connection with the drum and co-creates and weaves a space for you to connect to your inner wisdom.
Lucia is a yoga instructor, sound and voice therapist and has been 15 years experience in leading workshops and training. Embodiment is at the core of all of Lucia’s teachings and in the context of this experience, Lucia will be leading us through a dynamic and fun embodiment practice so that we can drop into where our deepest wisdom is… in this mind-body and from there we can journey deep into the soul space to invite a deeper listening and wisdom to emerge.
“Sometimes you hear a voice through the door
calling you, as a fish out of water
hear the waves, or a hunting falcon
hears the drum’s come back.
This turning toward what you deeply love
saves you. “— Rumi