Join us every Dark Moon for an evening of prayer, meditation, journey and song. Gather in this sacred ceremony of women as we witness and support each other through this next moon cycle.
This circle is open to all women. PLEASE RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
Please wear something Red and bring an item to charge on the alter (you will take this item back with you at the end of the evening).
$10 requested donation
Note: This gathering might take place in the yurt or in the farmhouse. Please RSVP and look for an email prior to the gathering to confirm location.
*NOTE, the facilitator this month will not be Nicole Burke, but another sister from the community. Stay tuned and RSVP for details!!
ABOUT THE (usual) FACILITATOR:
Nicole Haciba Burke has been working in the healing arts since 2006. She has trained in Japanese Medicine and Acupressure with Dr. Imetai Henderson of Source Medicine, completed an apprenticeship with Sierra Thayer in Native American Shamanic Healing, and has been deeply immersed in the Path of Pollen as taught by Kate Shela, Naomi Lewis and Simon Buxton at the Sacred Trust in the U.K.. She has also studied Red Lodge Medicine Ways with Ohki Siminé Forest.
In addition to formal training, Nicole’s dynamic approach to healing is also inspired by her diverse cultural background and experiences as an artist, designer, writer, organic vegetable farmer, beekeeper, and a world adventurer. Nicole has led Moonlodge and various ceremonies, worked on organic farms, studied permaculture, and worked with numerous beehives and beekeepers all over the world.
While much of Nicole’s work deals directly with healing the physical body, her emphasis is also on a spirit level because she understands that harmony of soul embodied is the gateway of health in balanced connection to all things. Nicole honors and nurtures the wilderness of the soul. She reminds her clients of their pure essence and how to follow joy towards living a more rich, interconnected life. Her work is guided by and deeply rooted in loving relationship with the earth, all of its elements and inhabitants.