This is something that has been ‘brewing’ in me for some time now. And I’m so excited to share it with you.
On Sunday the 2nd of April, I am hosting a very special workshop. It will be held at Edinburgh College of Art and is open to students and non-students alike.
Entering the Sacred Portal – Exploring the Power, Intuition & Creative Force of the Womb and Yoni through Art, will be a specially designed workshop for women during which we will explore the hidden depths and feminine mystery of our women’s bodies.
When we bring our awareness to the sacred spaces of our physical and energetic bodies, healing happens and inspiration unfolds. Most women hold and store tension and emotion within the walls of their wombs and yoni’s that they are not even aware of until they place their attention within. Art, is a powerful (and joyful) tool of communication in which we can ‘hear’, ‘see’ and sense beyond our ‘normal’ capabilities. Our perception is widened. Our understanding of ourselves and our place in the world is clarified and we can feel lighter from having ‘listened’ to a deeper part of who we are.
We can open further to experience a full spectrum range of emotions or release during this journey which could range from anger, rage, sorrow or sadness, passion, joy, or sexual aliveness, a sense of expansion, creative opening, more subtle sensations or numbness. Every one of us is unique in the way that we experience connection to our sacred spaces. You will be guided to honour and listen to your own process and to begin from a place of being the curious witness, what will emerge for you? What will you feel and experience?
During this workshop you will discover tools you can use to:
- Awaken your feminine power & learn about the sacred guidance of your womb
- Hone your intuition & ability to communicate with yourself and in your relationships
- Own your sensitivity while being in your power
- How you can ‘root’, centre and ground yourself through the sacred portal of your yoni
- Feel alive! And more comfortable with your natural sensuality
- Boost your creative energy and learn about your feminine cycles & rhythms
- Develop a self-loving relationship with your femininity and body
- Have fun AND go deep!
We will be working with the creative power of the womb and yoni (vagina) through visual journey’s, a unique and specifically designed meditation, energetic practices and through art, painting/drawing with colour. We’ll also revitalise the body through moving meditations specifically designed to cultivate feminine energy. All of this will be held within a sacred circle of women and a safe space.
You don’t need to be able to draw or paint or be an artist to join this workshop. The images you create may be abstract patterns and shapes which you will receive support from the group to ‘de-code’.
This will be an incredible day to delve into the heart and the potency of your creative centre. (Please note – If you have no womb, you will be guided to work with the energetic space).
I’m offering a special tuition fee for students and art materials are included for everyone. There will be 10 spaces available for this day workshop, so I definitely recommend booking in advance for this one!
You can do so here > Enter the Portal
If you have any questions, write them in the comments of the event here > Questions for Jane and I will support you in any way I can.
Join us and delve into your infinite mystery,
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