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Holiday Red Tent: Re-Making the Broken Whole & Honoring the Divine Feminine

December 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

with Lani Kwon

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$20

Honor the Divine Feminine by creating order and beauty out of chaos: create a mala! Bring precious and/or broken jewelry to re-make into a wearable whole art for yourself or as a gift for a loved one. Traditional malas (similar to rosary in Catholic tradition) consist of 108 beads and are used in prayer, and our creations can be utilized in that way or as a beautiful self-remade work of jewelry.

Lani will provide options for different colors of silk thread with needles attached and some base beads as inspiration for your own unique creations. Even if you’ve never made any jewelry before, you can make a mala! Starting in November is a good idea to give yourself enough time to complete the mala to your satisfaction.

Red Tent womenʻs gatherings seek to provide a safe space for uplifting dialogue on any number of topics pertinent to the female experience. As in many ancient cultures, Hawaiian women used the time of their cycle to rest and commune with each other on both mundane and sacred levels. The red tent setting itself, with uplifting music, provides a lovely context for interconnection. Men who honor their Divine Feminine and female-identifying people are also welcome, in addition to women of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.  

Lani Kwon

Lani Kwon, MA, RYT is a Transformative Life Coach, Nia Blue Belt, Hatha Yoga Teacher and MELT Hand and Foot Instructor.   Lani can also make adaptations using a chair or wall for additional support and balance, depending on individual student needs – please contact instructor in advance.

For more insights on MELT, please go to their web site and check out a recent article by Scientific American about the Interstitium System of the body.

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Date:
December 8
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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