Imagine making massaging your little one feet with a relaxing bedtime blend,
that will send your little one right to sleep. Maybe a natural disinfecting soap
for those scrapes and cuts. Or, a bath treat for Mom to unwind after a long busy
In this workshop you will learn about the therapeutic properties of essential
oils and how to create fun, safe bath soaps and frizzes for you and your child.
Hands-on Workshop is 3 hrs.
All Materials are included!
March 29, '14 11:00 - 2:00
Cost of Workshop $35
We are approaching the season of gift giving, fill stockings, wrappings boxes, and piling presents under the tree. We love giving homemade gifts, especially the type meant to pamper the ones we love. Making your own stocking stuffers and beauty goodies is easy and Fun.
In this workshop you will learn about the benefits of essentials oils, carrier oil, and bases. Then you get to pick 3 items that you would like to create and let your personal creativity to take change.
* Custom Soap bars and Silk Leave soaps
* Mini Bath Bombs or Massage melts
* Milk Bath or Bath Salt
This is a hands on workshop, please dress according.
*All Materials and recipes included!
Nov 30, 11::00 - 2:30 - Cost $45
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Is it possible that the witches hat is an exaggeration of the tall conical “Dunces Hat”, popular in the royal courts during the 15th century? or the blunt-topped hats worn by the Puritans and Welsh of the same period? At one point long ago, pointed hats were a fashion icon in the city of London (then the fashion capital of Europe), but it took a long time for fashion to trickle into the country, and by the time they did, they became way out of fashion in the city. City folk called Country folk 'pagani' (which means country dweller), much the same as calling someone ‘a hick’, today.
Pointed hats soon became considered something only the 'pagani' would wear, most were Herbalists and Farmers wife’s who lived in the country and understood the land. Since they were wise to the ways of nature and could grow and harvest herbs, so the pointed hat became associated with the ‘Wise Woman’ or ‘Witch'. During this same period the Christian Church chipped-in and associated pointed hats with the horns of the Devil, by which time they frowned upon their use.
Today, some witches used the point hat as a tool for directing energy. The energy of the universe is drawn into the point of the hat and brought downward to the third eye for manifesting one's intention. From the third eye the energy of the intention is then sent outward into the brim of the hat and out into the universe in every direction, to be manifested.
Soul Retrieval refers to a form of shamanic practice that aim to reintegrate various interpretations of the soul that might have become disconnected, trapmed or lost through trauma.
In a guided meditation you will journey through the past, retrieving one or more lost parts of your soul, healing and restoring wholeness of Self.
Oct 26 at 10:30
Our lives have become so busy that we often forget to make time and space for what is meaningful in our lives.
In this workshop you get to explore what really matters to you whatever that may be and create your own personal shrine to bring that into focus
You will learn how to create a beautiful shrine from paper clay which is quick and easy to mold. Then we will use paint, collage, and found objects to decorate and embellish your sacred space.
We explore together color, symbols and imagery to enhance the meaning of you shrine. These processes are accompanied by group sharing’s and reflective self explorations
Shrine building is a creative process which will inspire you, hopefully in an ongoing dialogue, to focus and remember and engage with your hearts voice.
The Example use 1/2 a block of clay. You have a full block to create you altar as you wish.
2 - 1/2day workshops, Sunday Oct 20 & 27, at 10:30 am
Cost for workshop: $45