Inlakesh Festival ~ Sacred Ceremony, Music, Art, & Dance Gathering in Ashland

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Inlakesh Festival ~ Sacred Ceremony, Music, Art, & Dance Gathering in Ashland

Time: June 26, 2015 at 4pm to June 29, 2015 at 2am
Location: Jackson WellSprings
Street: 2253 Hwy 99 North
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.InlakeshFest.com
Event Type: festival, music, dance, ceremony
Organized By: Peace Village Festival
Latest Activity: May 28, 2015

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The producers of Peace Village Festival proudly present Inlakesh Festival- Sacred Ceremony, Music, Art, and Dance Gathering, happening on June 26th from 4pm-2am and June 27th & 28th from 8:30am-2am in Ashland, Oregon at Jackson Wellsprings Hot Mineral Springs Resort. Now in its second sensational year, Inlakesh brings sacred traditions from around the world to Southern Oregon for a weekend filled with renowned devotional musicians and a vast array of divine mystic offerings, from workshops and yoga to dance and ceremonies.

The festival highlights world music and sacred sounds with top-notch musicians such as Desert Dwellers, Fanna-fi-Allah, Peia, Sasha Rose, Marya Stark and many others. Two full days of conscious workshops and ceremonies will renew and inspire participants and will include a Cacao Ceremony, Qigong, several forms of Yoga, and Thai Massage. Other offerings include a Native American Wisdom Circle, The Art of Feng Shui, Shamanic and Sound Healing, Sufi Zikr, Hawaiian Ho`oponopono, and many more. Sacred dances will include Sufi Dances of Universal Peace, Alchemy Temple Dance, and Ecstatic dances, as well as late night dances in the Casbah.

Inlakesh also showcases creative visionary artists as well as a sound healing dome that will fill the spirit and nourish the soul. The Jackson WellSpring’s site offers a healing environment complete with a hot mineral soaking pool, full size swimming pool, sauna, steam bath, event facilities and gardens, as well as some of the best vegetarian and super foods around.**.

From the Mayan tradition comes the greeting “Inlakesh”—based on the law of InLak'ech Ala K'in—which means “I am another you ~ You are another me.” This Mayan greeting is an honoring of each being, a statement of unity and oneness. Inlakesh is the Mayan equivalent of “Namaste,” a greeting of honor and respect from India. Inlakesh exemplifies and honors the deep reverence we share in recognition of the divine within each other. With this collective intention in mind, Inlakesh Festival seeks to create a powerful sacred container to bring healing to each other, and to radiate this energy out to the world.

* Unlimited use of the WellSprings pool and spa facilities over the weekend is included with the purchase of a weekend festival camping pass, or available for a modest cost as an add-on to other ticket options.
** Food is available for purchase in the conscious food court at Inlakesh.
More info and artist lineup at: http://www.InlakeshFest.com

LOCATION:
Jackson WellSprings Hot Mineral Springs Resort
2253 Hwy 99 N, Ashland, Oregon 97520 (Exit 19 off of I-5)

TICKETS & INFO:
3 Day Pass (w/o camping or spa access):
$75Adv/$95 Door

3 Day Camping Pass (included spa access):
$120 Early Bird /$140 Adv/$155 Door

Day Passes:
Friday Evening: $20 Adv./$25 Door
Saturday and Sunday:$30 Adv./ $35 Door

Kids under 12: FREE! (Except on Camping Passes) 12-17: Half Price

Direct Link to Tickets: http://tickets.brightstarevents.com/event/InlakeshFest

*** Early Bird Pricing Through June 1st ***


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Please: No alcohol, dogs, or drugs at the event

 

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