We wear many masks in public to limit the vulnerability of being our authentic selves. Although these masks can protect us, they may also keep us hidden from being truly seen.
We thrive when we allow our authentic selves to be seen and heard by people we choose to let our guards down around.
Join us as we craft the masks we wear and the authentic ones that live inside of us. Share your true self in a fun and supportive environment.
Saturday, April 13th from 2-5pm at 3738 SE Milwaukie Ave.
Join us for an epic Wise Woman journey into Mother Earth’s cycles, energies, and portals. Learn how to live in harmony with nature, enhancing your own self-care and casting potent magick.
About The Wise Woman Tradition:
The word witch comes from the old English word “witan” meaning “to know” or “to be wise”. A witch/wise woman is an ally and lover of the Earth who works with the cycles of nature, someone who reclaims the ancient practices of the lineage of women who came before her. She takes us back to the matriarch tradition and helps others come into full expression of our power through ecology and feminism.
The Wise Woman/Wild Woman uses her intuition and works in connection with the Earth- honoring the seasons and living in harmony with its natural cycles. She helps women remember where they came from, reconnect with the Earth, become stewards of the land, and step away from consumerism. To the Wise Woman, it is important to take away the negative stigma of the word witch, to raise our voices and be seen as empowered women and healers.
In this workshop, we will cast a circle, perform rituals for each direction, and re-member ourselves as part of the Earth’s wholeness and holiness.
We will meet on Friday, April 26th from 6pm-9pm at 3738 SE Milwaukie Ave.
Self-love is more than a state of being. It is a continual practice of relationship and meeting our needs that enhances our overall well-being. “When I love myself enough,” I make choices that are in my best interest and that reflect love.
In this workshop, we will create our own “When I Love Myself Enough” inspired booklet (developed by Kim & Allison McMillen) to map our personal guides to self-love.
February 16, 2pm-5pm.
This workshop will take place at Nalu Kava Bar at 722 N Sumner St, Portland, OR 97217 and will be private.
This Winter, support your immune system with Chinese Medicine and herbal remedies taught by Alexis Fernandez. Learn how to make your own elderberry syrup infused with Chinese herbs and take it home with you to prevent and shorten cold and flu (16 oz).
Alexis is a dear friend and trusted colleague. He currently treats patients in his clinical rotation at Outside In and is in his fifth year of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture school at NUNM. He will complete his Masters in Chinese Medicine in June 2019 and he is the creator of ‘Festival Wellness,’ an all-natural supplement line.
January 27, from 2pm-4pm.
The address will be sent to you upon registration.
We live in a fast, distracted, and disconnected world. Yet, there is an ancient ritual and expression that has always connected the people back to the land, to their imaginations, to wonder and play, and to the deeper meaning of life— impermanent earth art. Nowadays we need this more than ever.
Morning Altars is a hands-on seven practice that is part creative expression, part mindfulness, and part nature connection. During this workshop, you will learn the 7 steps of creating earth altars. Each step offers an innovative way to slow down, open to wonder and curiosity, and listen to the language of the land.
Together, we will create meaningful and mesmerizing altars, offer them as blessings, and then surrender and let them go as a practice of impermanence. This ancient ritual and expression helps us explore the profound meaning of life's ephemerality.
One of our most beloved workshops is back & taking place at the magical Everett House Healing Center & Spa. Enjoy a night of intimate gathering led by our founder, Alysa Romano, & relax in the sauna, soaking pool, steam room trifecta afterwards (guests receive $5 off spa entry).
Together we will engage in a variety of group practices (including tonglen meditation, dynamic movement, circle sharing & more) to deepen our sense of intimacy and call forth our inner wisdom. With this sense of clarity and connection, we will evolve our concepts of giving and receiving and fully open to more love in our lives.
Alysa is a Licensed Professional Counselor & Yoga Teacher. She loves leading groups through mindful and creative practices that enhance their connection to each other & to their truest selves.
Expect to feel clear, renewed, excited & loved in this active, holistic, heartfelt ritual. Please feel free to reach out with any questions in advance!
Animals have historically provided us with potent wisdom about how to live in harmony with their community. Their way of life depicts adaptive methods to thrive and take care of the body, mind, and soul.
Because animals are not restrained by ego, they remind us of our deepest essence and reason for being alive. They exemplify the way that we are all part of the earth and embody how each of us has innate knowledge, resilience, and a place in this world.
During this 2-hour workshop, we will explore our inner complexities and the mystery of who we are with the help of animal cards. Let us learn from the great creatures who have inhabited our planet since the dawn of time.
“We are in an age that has severed itself from nature and magic. Animal wisdom is a method for remedying that dissociation.”
You know that feeling when your yoga teacher places essential oils on you? If you wish it lasted forever, this workshop is for you!
Let’s spend a rich 2 hours together as we meditate, move and mingle. Teachers Alysa Romano & Nola Mandels are dream teaming up to support you with hands-on assists and essential oil application throughout the entire workshop. Afterwards, prepare to delve into practical ways to use the oils and enhance self-care while we enjoy a special tea. Expect to leave feeling blissfully connected and heart centered.
Gather under the full moon for a night of ceremony and community.
Symbolizing sweetness and love, this strawberry rose moon offers us a space to explore our love lineage, current relationships, and future desires. We will engage in a variety of group practices to deepen our sense of intimacy and call forth our inner wisdom. With this sense of clarity and connection, we will evolve our concepts of giving and receiving and fully open to the love in our lives. Expect to move and explore Tonglen Meditation & The Wild Unknown Tarot. You will leave feeling truly alive & inspired!
This workshop takes place at Sonic Yoga in NYC on Thursday, June 28, from 7:30pm- 9:30pm.
This is an exploration of understanding, experiencing, and deepening the relationship between your present self and your inner child.
Through guided practices, we will enhance our knowledge and presence of our true selves, heal wounded parts, create a channel for communication, and allow space for reflection and play.
This Workshop meets:
In-person, Sunday, April 15th, 4:30pm- 6:30pm
Love Hive Yoga, 1847 E Burnside St.
Online at your own time & space! Sent to you on Sunday, April 22nd.
“We walk varied paths, but we share a common destiny: to activate treasures within and be amplifiers of light.” -Carrie Mallon
Join us on the second Full *Blue* Moon of March to delve deeper into the practice of Tarot.
Moving beyond a fundamental understanding of the deck, we will explore interpretations of the cards and learn some more complex spreads. This workshop will also have group involvement and interaction so that you can get to know yourself and each other better through the practices.
Saturday, March 31st 3pm- 5pm.
Love Hive Yoga @ 1847 E Burnside St.
If you have a deck, bring it. If you are a beginner, you will do just fine and are welcome to attend!
Join us on the first Full Moon of March to delve into the practice of Tarot.
In this workshop, you will gain a fundamental understanding of the deck and learn how to pull your cards and make skilled interpretations.
Friday, March 2nd 7:30pm- 9:30pm.
Love Hive Yoga @ 1847 E Burnside St.
Join us this spring for an intensive retreat to explore personal and relational barriers to living freely.
Together we will learn the practices of radical self-acceptance, expression and forgiveness to deeply heal and move forward in our lives.