Embodying The Goddess - Online New Moon Gathering (5/16/18 ONLY)

Embodying The Goddess - Online New Moon Gathering (5/16/18 ONLY)

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Each month for 3 months, on or close to the dark moon/new moon, we will gather online to cultivate our innate, divine feminine lunar gifts, attune our feminine senses and nourish and replenish ourselves. Our natural feminine cycles mirror those of the lunar cycle and our emotions are influenced by the Great Mother Moon. This is an optimal time to take sacred space and focus on our inner needs as women in order to foster a healthy balance of our own energies, in turn fostering healthy relationships with our loved ones and our divine consorts. We will reclaim our divine feminine essence and become the walking embodiment of the goddess each month through guided meditation, candle ritual, shamanic journeying and journaling, mantra, releasing and receiving, divine feminine movement, and focus upon one of the Tantric Wisdom Goddesses. Each practice will help you to become more in tune with the Yin, receptive, feminine aspect of creation and manifest from essence as opposed to ego. 

Each gathering will be held online and recorded so you will have a playback. Also if you are unable to attend live, you will receive the playback as well for use at another time. You may attend 1 or all 3. There is a discount for attending all 3 online gatherings. 


Date and time: 


Wednesday May 16, 2018 

7pm-8:30pm EST

Focus: Releasing ideas, thoughts, behaviors, that are not serving your highest and best good. Making space for goddess embodiment.

Goddess focus: Kali (Power-Shakti)




This workshop is facilitated by Solè

300 hr. Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher, Tantric Yogini, Womb Sauna Practitioner, Reiki Master, Black Belt in Kung Fu, Clinical Herbalist, Sacred Medicine Woman Wellness Coach, Birth Doula, Belly Dancer, Shakti Inspired Pre Natal Yoga Teacher, Taoist Jade Temple Initiate, Tarot Reader, Red Tent Facilitator and has a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.