MOON CIRCLES

It was so wonderful to be surrounded by women who were so open to giving and receiving love and trust and strength. It was something my spirit was starving for, and I didn’t even know it.
— Lisa, Mom & Reiki Master

As a woman, the rhythm of the Moon lives within you. Syncing with this activates a sort of magic to start happening. It's unexplainable, powerful, and deeply nourishing. 

Tap into this magic in the sacred space of loving, supportive peers and you have an opportunity to turbocharge it.  

All backgrounds are welcomed. We meet once a month, Sunday evenings and honor the Moon (and ourselves) wherever in Her cycle She is. xoxo

NEXT CIRCLE:
Sunday, October 28th
7:00pm-9:00pm
COST: $25

Registration is through Dayaalu Center. Scroll for Women’s Moon Circle with Laurel Marlantes. Advance registration appreciated.


Never heard of this? Don't worry. Most people haven't.

 Moon Circle "Yurt Magic", photo courtesy of  Bainbridge Boheme

Moon Circle "Yurt Magic", photo courtesy of Bainbridge Boheme

So what IS a Moon Circle??  I like to think of a Moon Circle like a mini retreat - your soul just kinda exhales and goes "Oh yeah - I needed that".

Okay, but... what HAPPENS in a Moon Circle?
You sit in circle around an altar with kindred, kick-ass women and receive:

  • Movement designed to remind you how beautiful and awesome you are

  • Deep relaxation with Gong accompaniment and lavender scented eye bags to quiet the mind

  • Time for journal-ing to get in touch with where you're at and where you wanna be

  • Lighting of individual candles to call in your desires for the month ahead

  • Time for sharing either within the circle, or after over tea - your comfort level.

In community, a profound comfort emerges, a sense of connection and oneness. This creates a landing pad for your soul to take wing, your voice to become clear, your inner-light bright, and your authentic self to emerge with confidence.

She held the moon the way she held her own heart, as if it was the only light that could guide her through the darkest nights.
— Chrissie Phinney