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seeds of the soul: tending the space between
a 1 day online workshop with michael molin-skelton
“we’ve all been blessed with a birth and a death all i want is some say about what happens in between” – ani difranco
for a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. the shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. our journey from womb to tomb is the rich and fertile prayer-ground we commonly refer to as life. during a crisis it too asks of us to come undone; to dismember and remember our path, our purpose, our passion.
michael says: using the platforms and practices of soul motion you are invited to nurture that potent space between no longer and not yet. we will dance alone to find ground and our center. we will dance with a holy witness to know that we do not have to go alone. we will dance with ritual to recreate what we have remembered.
as your life continues to unfold with opportunities and challenges let us tend to the soil and the soul in re-imagining ourselves and the world we are currently curating.
saturday july 25th 2020
11:00-6:00pm new york | central european time 17:00-24:00 | london 16:00-23:00
price for the workshop: $90
other price options: sponsor price: $120; scholarship: $60; hardship: $30
sponsor – helps someone else attend
scholarship – if you are financially challenged
hardship – if you have no income or lost your job. limited to 5 spaces.
no one will be turned away for lack of funds. if you need additional financial assistance, please contact us.
for more info or questions contact anneli & michael at email@example.com or 310-839-3187.
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cancellation before july 18th will be refunded minus a small admin fee. All payments become non-refundable on July 23, 2020 unless your space can be filled by someone else.
To register click on the image below for the price option of your choice:
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