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Programs

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Bring your magical self and wear your special ritual togs. We’ll meet in the Courtyard behind Studio B and the Muse Gallery.  We’ll release any negative energy from the month to the fire and recommit to our intentions.

Each Full Moon Ceremony will be open to a variety of rituals and ceremonies.  If you’d like to participate in this way, we’re happy to hear your ideas!

 

Chair Yoga

Native American Flute circle for all skill levels, led by Karen Reedstrom, karenreedstrom@karenreedstrom.com. From novice to master, this is an opportunity to learn to compose new songs, breathing and fingering techniques, and other ornamentations from a very experienced and fun musician.

Bring your own flute or borrow one of ours.

Reiki Healing CircleYou’re probably wondering how Reiki can help you. This has been an incredibly challenging time for all of us, many are under more stress and experiencing more anxiety and worry than usual.

Reiki treats the whole person including mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and wellbeing. Reiki is used in over 800 hospitals and other health care institutions.

For more info. contact Diane at: ds1reikilove@gmail.com

Sound Healing

Sister's CircleThe Sister’s Circle is a  gathering of fun, insight, education, beauty, and sisterhood.  Programs are created by any sister who wishes to share their knowledge or field of study.

Contact Kimberly (928) 864-5230 or email hawthornejane@msn.com for info on upcoming sister’s circles.  If you’d like to lead a special program or recommend someone for a program, we’d love to hear from you!

Bring your favorite percussion instrument, djembe, bongos, dunduns, bodhran, hand drums, shakers, or we have some to share.

During inclement and cold temperatures, we meet in Studio B at OTCA, 633 N. 5th Street, Cottonwood. During good weather and moderate temperatures, we meet at 6:00pm in Garrison Park across from the Cottonwood Rec Center.  Check our calendar for any changes and we are looking for a new location.

Email Kimberly Kelley for more information.

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