Sacred Sound, Movement & Rituals for women; facilitator training
This facilitator training is designed for women from all walks of life. It will help you develop an intimate relationship with the realms of divine frequencies & sacred movement.
Through the power of rituals, clear intention, mantra recitation, kirtan (call & response mantra chanting), sound healing, body awareness, yogic practices, meditation, dance, music, journaling, arts, earthing, & sharing circles, you will develop tools to help women discover the healing power of their own voice, as well as the natural wisdom of their own body, mind & spirit.
You will also develop ways to help them dive into the infinite space of their creative Self. This is an empowerment journey; a call to bring out the wild, wise & mystical woman within each of us. It is an invitation to gather as sisters & learn from each other in a safe, supportive, uplifting & respectful way.
108 hours of apprenticeship
Included in the cost: a beautifully illustrated training manual, creative materials, & a certificate of completion. Cost depends on the location. The training can be done as a 14-day intensive, or over six weekends.
If you want to host this training in your community, please contact me via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Each woman has potential access to Rio Abajo Rio, this river beneath the river. She arrives there through deep meditation, dance, writing, painting, prayer making, singing, drumming, active imagination, or any activity which requires an intense altered consciousness. A woman arrives in this world-between-worlds through yearning and by seeking something she can see just out of the corner of her eye. She arrives there by deeply creative acts, through intentional solitude, and by practice of any of the arts."
- Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves
"When a woman speaks her truth, fires up her intention and feeling, stays tight with the instinctive nature, she is singing, she is living in the wild breath-stream of the soul."
~ Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves