Description:Ceremony is a way of life, whether holding a personal practice in a private ritual, honoring the seasons, offering our prayers, or gathering together with our spiritual families. The teachings of ritual and ceremony are some of the oldest teachings which many believe are needed today more than ever.
Clan Mother and native elder, Hua Anwa, will be offering an introduction to these sacred ways in an intensive weekend workshop.
You will receive teachings and hands on instruction on:
> guided shamanic journey-work
> hands on teachings with the four sacred herbs
> learn empowering & traditional ceremonial protocols
> opening your throat chakra
> creating an intention of love in the world
Hua has been given permission to share the teachings for a Full Moon Ceremony for women that will be passed on to the Sisters during this weekend workshop, offering us a way cultivate a more intimate and potent relationship with the lunar cycles and Grandmother Moon. A sunrise/sunset ceremony will be offered to the Brothers to enrich their connection to Grandfather Sun.
Each class is uniquely suited to the group and highly valued by those who have attended. An advanced class for those who have taken this introduction will be offered, going deeper into cultivating shamanic tools, and working with the sacred elements of personal ceremony.
Hua Anwa has worked as a healer and has led ceremonies on the Central Coast of California for over 30 years, having been trained and given permission to pour water in the sweat lodge ceremony for the people. Hua is also the co-founder and ceremonial lead of the annual Long Dance Ceremony in San Luis Obispo County, gathering and supporting over 100 women every year in an all night sacred prayer for the past 25 years.
We have created an intimate and safe ceremonial container for everyone's well-being.
Elder reciprocity for two full days of teachings, handouts and materials and light refreshments:
50.00 advance non- refundable to secure your place in class. Balance due at class.
10am to 5pm Sat and Sun
Arroyo Grande CA
If you are interested email Hua with your contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call her at 805-481-0892