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Artemisia – Cultivating Relationship with Place

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Named after the moon goddess Artemis, this local wild plant ally has an affinity to the cyclic nature of women’s bodies and can provide a helpful bridge to the realms of consciousness when cultivating a deeper relationship with the natural world and our own deepest selves.

During our time together we will deepen our understanding of Artemisia utilizing our six senses (including the subtle heart sense). We will examine ki’s unfolding growth patterns, texture, taste, and ecological niche found within the rich tapestry of our human and non-human community.

This will look like:

meditation, focused breath, storytelling

sensory exploration with wildcrafted tea, oil, and/or tonics

kinesthetic learning and plant pattern recognition through a somatic movement practice called WildCore™.

During the somatic movement, we hold a safe container of space for one another to move unencumbered by perfection and self-judgment. Open to all levels. No dance or movement background is necessary.
Come as you are.

At the end of our time together each participant will bring home condensed guidance on the expanded medicinal values, ethical harvesting tips, and tried and true recipes for use in cultivating a deeper personal relationship with Artemisia.

Read more about Lapis Sky and the facilitator, Korrine Rothrock at lapissky.net


Wednesday, October 5, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Korrine Rothrock
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Harmony Woods Retreat Center
11507 South Keeney Road
Spokane, 99224
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