Let Your Divine Love Light Shine at RaDiANCE

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Let Your Divine Love Light Shine at RaDiANCE

Time: September 2, 2011 from 8pm to 10:15pm
Location: The Dance Space
Street: 280 E Hersey #10
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
Phone: 541-864-9296
Event Type: freeform, community, ecstatic, dance, ritual!!!
Organized By: Gwendolyn Terra
Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2011

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RaDiANCE
Let Your Divine Love Light Shimmer and Shine!

Shimmer and Shine
with Gwendolyn Terra
Barefoot Bodies, Free your Form, Embrace Your Spirt

Friday
9/2
8pm - 10ish
$10
at the Dance Space, 280 E Hersey #10

Yes to the Fullness of Your Radiant Self!
Yes to the Tender Embrace of Dark and Light!
Yes to the New Ways of Sharing!
Yes to our Beautiful Reflections!
Yes to the Overflowing Sweetness and Warmth!
Yes to Opening our Hearts Even More!
Yes to the Wildness and the Grace!
Yes to the Love Potion we will Conjure together!
Yes to Your Heart Shine!
Yes to the Opening Blooming Dance that we /you are!
Yes to this amazing Dance Tribe!!!!!!

As we bask in the beauty of co-created garden our Heaven on Earth. Open even more to the Divine Love Flow that is pouring through us. Let the Current Carry you into even more of your Beautiful Radiant Self. Bless and Be Blessed. Nourish and Receive the Divine Nourishment that is here at the juicy feast of our beautiful Dance. Table. Come for a course or the whole meal. Feel the Love of this Heart Family. All are welcome!! Finger Food Offerings are Encouraged !!!

Doors open a little before 8pm with a long open strechy spacious warmup to go deep internally and inCommUnity. Once we have opened to this tender soft activated juicy space (around 8:45) we will gather intentionally and step into our movement voyage, This sacred pilgrimage into our Radiant Light and Love bodies will end around 10pm in the soft sweet space of this magical crew. We will gather together and share in the sacred garden of stars that we are. Breathing in the the sweet fragrance of our sacred bouquet and sending it out into this land.

Gwendolyn Terra, Mystic Muse and Ecstatic Dance Shamaness has been leading Sacred Movement Voyages across the U.S. for over a decade and is thrilled to share this offering of RaDiANCE, infusing all of the music and magic gifted from of all of her dance journeys.

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