Shakti Flow For Women w/ Renee Jeffus - FRIDAYS

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Shakti Flow For Women w/ Renee Jeffus - FRIDAYS

Time: December 21, 2012 from 10am to 11:15am
Location: Oasis~Healing Arts Sanctuary and Community Gathering Place
Street: 258 A Street (upstairs)
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
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Phone: 541-778-4806
Event Type: dance, class
Organized By: Renee Jeffus
Latest Activity: Dec 19, 2012

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This Shakti Flow class is for women only on Fridays at 10 am and is a profound experiential movement meditation class designed to bring you home to your luscious self!

We begin in circle for some moments of sharing and then move into a guided visualization meditation that seamlessly flows into our movement exploration together. After a deep dive into our Shakti Flow we end in circle to ground the energy together and prepare to journey out into the rest of our day. The intention is to leave feeling deeply connected and grounded in the center of our beings so that the rest of our day is more joyful, nourishing and empowered.

Based on Ecstatic Dance, Tantric Dance, 5 Rhythms, NIA, Continuum Movement and the deep work of radical Self Love.

$10-15 sliding scale donation

Graphic art by Jahvan Sorce

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