The Water- Fall Ritual

Friday, November 18, 7-10 PM

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Hayley will facilitate this conversation and guide us through a ritual in which we will gather together in sacred space and make a blessing water. We’ll discuss ways to use blessing waters in art and life.

Bringing together one’s spiritual practice and one’s creative practices can add depth and power into your daily life and into your own mind/heart/body. We’ll talk about taking care of ourselves, each other, and the nature around us. We’ll share strategies for how to use this energy in our art.

This gathering is free and open to women. Advance registration is necessary. Space and supplies are limited. Questions? Email me. Please RSVP to

(This event is open to women, being broadly inclusive of trans/queer/non-binary people)