A Soft Place to Land - Shamanic Soul Healing, Ceremonial Cacao, Sacred Sound
Sept 29, Nov 3, Jan 5 ~ 7:00pm - 10:00pm
We all need a soft place to land right? A sanctuary in which we can slow down, rest and digest, and reorient ourselves back to the richness of the present moment, and the rhythm of Mama Earth. A place where we can let go of the demands and pressures of fast-paced, high-speed, on-demand living.
Our evening will begin with the sharing of ceremonial Cacao to support us in letting go into the soft landing place of our hearts. As we sink into the healing soundscape of gongs, singing bowls, steel tongue drums, and soul song transmission, each person will receive a shamanic healing, energy cleanse and flower blessing. This will allow us to release heaviness and return to a sweeter, more refined state, creating space for a renewed relationship with our Soul.
Join us for a unique experience and a beautiful way to reattune to love, bring compassion to what needs our attention, and open our hearts and vision to our higher selves.
Arrive 6:45pm to settle in Ceremony starts at 7:00pm
Please dress in comfortable layers and bring:
- A water bottle
- Your favorite cup for warm Cacao Elixir (1.5cups)
- Blanket and cushion for comfort
- Journal and pen
- Bandanna/eye covering
- Medicine Hearth or Mesa (if you have)
***Cacao is most supportive on an empty stomach. Have a nourishing meal earlier in the day, and then a very small snack about an hour before our gathering.
***PLEASE NOTE – from the evening before our circle: no dairy and refrain from ingesting altering substances such as caffeine, alcohol, marijuana, recreational drugs, etc.
Pre-registration and pre-payment is required as this is a popular event.
- Early bird $50 per person, ends sept 15th
- Bring a friend for $45 per person, call North Yoga for this option; 604-390-3330
- Later bird After Sep 15: $65 per person
Register online: bit.ly/2IbCYRH
Etransfer also accepted sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited space please register early.
~ FACILITATORS ~
SHAMANIC HEALING: Angela Prider is a Spiritual Healer, Artist, and Wisdom Keeper of the White Bone Shamanic Tradition. She has been practicing shamanism and facilitating sacred circles for over twenty years, and is passionate about soul, nature, mythology, and creativity. With a trauma-informed foundation of counseling and somatic based therapy, Angela brings a grounded and compassionate presence to her teaching. Among her extensive training with Indigenous teachers and mentors from Canada, Australia, and Peru, she has travelled in pilgrimage to her ancestral home of Ireland on numerous occasions to learn the way of the Bean Feasa (woman of supernatural knowledge.)
SACRED SOUND: Mike Reed is a musician, artist, and world adventurer. Having travelled extensively while exploring the spirit of the land, music, and shamanism, he holds a deep and heartful space in which to heal, harmonize, and dive deep within.
SACRED CACAO: Elise de Villiers loves the medicines of archetypal dreaming, journeying, plant wisdom, and nutritional healing. She is a homeopath and Vedic astrologer and has studied and worked with herbs, healing, and nutrition for over 20 years. She completed the White Bone Shamanic Apprenticeship in 2017 and continues to deepen her compassion and dedication to the path of the Divine Mother through her work with Sacred Cacao.
ASHTANGA YOGA FALL SEMESTER SERIES
Oct 2-Dec 28, 2018
With Natalia Correa + Brittany Morgan at North Yoga, Squamish
Ashtanga yoga is a beautiful and highly therapeutic yoga practice. It welcomes complete beginners to advanced practitioners. Students are adjusted and supported individually and move at a pace suitable to their needs; this traditional way of teaching is known as Mysore style. The Ashtanga series is learned posture by posture, making it easy to memorize and allowing each individual to practice at their own rhythm.
Brittany is a Squamish-based yoga teacher who shares the Ashtanga yoga method from KPJAYI, Mysore, India. She has spent 10 years experimenting with body movement and breath awareness by way of a daily yoga practice and as a dancer. She is passionate about sharing the therapeutic benefits as well as the self awareness and compassion this method can bring to ones life.
Natalia honours the Ashtanga lineage by a daily practice, by caring for her family and by sharing this traditional method. She is deeply grateful to this lineage and to her teachers. She is Authorized level 2 from KPJAYI, India and a Certified Holistic Nutritionist from IHN.
Oct 2–Dec 28, 2018
Led primary series: Fridays 7:00am-8:15am
Mysore style classes*: Tue/Wed/Thu 6:00-8:00am *Arrive anytime before 7:15am, finish by 8am
Intro workshops: Sep 30, Nov 4, Dec 2 11:00am-12:30pm, $30 *Includes one week on unlimited Ashtanga classes.
Moon days – Take rest
Wednesday, Oct 24th (full)
Wednesday, Nov 7th (new)
Thursday, Nov 22nd (full)
Thursday, Dec 6th (new)
Holidays – No class
Tuesday, December 25th (Christmas Day)
Wednesday, December 26th (Boxing Day)
Full Fall Series $333 //1 Month or 10 classes $129 //Drop-in $15
INFO: ashtangayogasquamish.com | email@example.com | 604.390.3330
TO REGISTER: bit.ly/2e4I5cg
Mythic Mantra Immersion Weekend
Friday - Sunday // Nov 23rd-25th 2018
With Crystal Rainbow Borrelli at North Yoga, Squamish
This course is expressly designed for the truly dedicated student who has the desire to both study the deeper teachings that are woven into the fabric of our daily yoga classes and to integrate these ancient teachings into a daily home practice.
In addition, the course is intended for teachers with a desire to integrate the narrative of the mythology of yoga, along with the ancient songs, into their practices and classes, thereby building confidence in their own voices and sharing with others yoga traditions that extend beyond the physical level.
Lastly, this course will include:
1) a “Mythic Mantra” manual of all the mantras covered. ( The manual features descriptions of the mantras in English and Sanskrit, instructions on how to use hand mudras when working with the mantras, as well as images of the gods and goddesses so integral to oral storytelling traditions)
2) a rudraksha mala from India
3) access to recordings of all the mantras covered throughout the course.
14 hours for Mythic Mantra
5 hours of practice time
1 hour homework
Friday – Sunday // Nov 23rd-25th 2018
Friday 6:30pm-10pm // Saturday 11:30am-10pm // Sunday 11am-9pm
Meal breaks and yoga practices through out the weekend.
$349 early bird // $399 after Nov 1st
PRICES SUBJECT TO GST.
20 hours credit towards Yoga alliance education.
TO REGISTER: bit.ly/2JtEezv | 604.390.3330
The Yogic Mind // Vinyasa Krama & The Yogā-Sūtras
A Weekend Intensive - January 25-27, 2019
4 x 2.5 hr Workshops with Whit Hornsberger at North Yoga, Squamish
Over the course of the weekend we will explore the extensive sequencing of the Vinyasa Krama method of Krishnamacharya, dissect the psychological framework of the Classical Yoga tradition, and apply the most relevant and potent of Patañjali’s sūtras for mental well-being to an extensive, full-spectrum vinyasa practice (asana – pranayama – meditation).
We engage w these ancient tools and practices capable of revealing the inherent wisdom within human consciousness, providing a reference point from which our own innate intelligence can contemplate the existential query which has driven the tradition of yoga for centuries: Who am I?
Vinyasa Krama (movement and sequence methodology) as expounded by the legendary father of modern yoga, Sri T. Krishnamacharya is considered the most comprehensive representation of Krishnamacharya’s teachings of yogasana. Built upon the foundation and existential wisdom of Patañjali’s Yoga-Sūtras, Vinyasa Krama is thus considered a classical form of yoga.
The Yoga-Sūtras are the systematization of thousands of years of liberation-seeking inquiry practiced upon the Indian subcontinent. A compendium of wisdom, the Yoga-Sūtras are a detailed psychosomatic methodology which promises to reveal and then extinguish the limitations of the conditioned mind, not through blind faith, but through direct personal experience.
This intensive is designed for and accessible to all levels of practitioners and geared specifically towards those with a curiosity for the enigmatic nature of human existence and a passion to evolve beyond the limitations of the conditioned mind.
Whit Hornsberger is a student and teacher of the wisdom traditions of Classical Yoga and Theravada Buddhism. A advocate of traditional teachings, Whit expounds the ancient wisdom of these lineages in a relevant manner, making them readily accessible to students at every stage of the path. Whit resides on Galiano island B.C and is a passionate surfer, traveler and lover of nature.
Saturday: 1pm to 330pm & 6pm-830pm
1 session $55
2 sessions $85
3 sessions $109
4 sessions $129
TO REGISTER: bit.ly/2e4I5cg