An Afternoon of Healing:
Flowing Like Water Into Yourself
Hosted by Wandering Roots
Join us on February 3rd at Root Mamma to celebrate the debut of Wandering Roots with an Afternoon of Healing. We will be exploring healing infused with the element of Water. The afternoon will begin with Slow Flow Yoga and Meditation led by Siewli Stark. We will then circle up to introduce ourselves to each other, share exciting news, engage in partner practices, and participate in a guided discussion. To close the event, Dawn King will led us in Korean Daoist Qigong. Join with others as we explore different healing paths and feel more connected with ourselves and our community. Wandering Roots events aim to open space for creating bonds of friendship and collaboration through spiritual practices, healing arts, and wellness.
This event is donation based with a suggested donation of $5 - $25.
No one will be turned away but we do ask that you consider supporting those offering their practices and Root Mamma if you can. First practice will begin 15 minutes after event start. While drop ins are allowed, it is highly encouraged that you show up early and enjoy the entire experience.
Wandering Roots, a partner of Root Mamma, offers workshops and events centered around various realms of healing and empowerment. Events focus on opening space for individuals to deepen their connection to self, while bringing people together and creating community through a blending of educational, energetic, interpersonal, creative, and movement based offerings. Each Wandering Roots event is an open invitation to all people. We offer sliding scale rates and karma service opportunities for people to get involved, take classes, and co-create with us. These events are also opportunities for wellness artists to collaborate and step into their power as healers, teachers, and visionaries by leading a portion of the event. Wandering Roots encourages anyone who feels called to lead or create to reach out to them with their vision or offering. Wandering Roots is guided by Kristen Volpone and Zachary Brady.