Time: June 2, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Sticks and Stones
Street: 11037 Lee Highway
Website or Map: http://sticksandstonescircle.…
Event Type: drum, circle
Organized By: Stephanie Seger, Eagle Therapies
Latest Activity: 56 minutes ago
Join us at Sticks and Stones for a fun evening! Bring your drums, rattles, didgeridoos, shakers, bells, and anything else you can think of! Walk-ins welcome.
Come and stay, try different drums, laugh until your sides split, play until your hands are sore, but most of all, enjoy the good company of those around you. You might meet some new friends! Sing, laugh, play - this is a free and creative space with no judgments or ulterior motives! There is a place for beginners and experienced drummers in our circle. We will attempt to bring you a magical and fun evening as we drum in harmony with Mother Earth’s heartbeat. We will drum, chant, trance and even dance if we want to!
Sticks and Stones is not responsible for any states of altered consciousness or ecstasy that may naturally occur ;)
Event free! Please bring a love donation if you can spare it <3 Donations help keep these events running.
Stephanie is an ecclectic pagan and Shamanic Practitioner that has been leading/volunteering at events, ceremonies, and rituals since 2008. Her studies and trainings include Sandra Ingerman, Mary Tyrtle Rooker, and Christina Pratt. She has been versed in the world of spirit from a very young age, and brings that element of experience to the events she helps hold. A woman of many hats, she enjoys leading drum circles, being a labyrinth walk facilitator, meditation coordinator, holistic aromatherapist, sound healer, and many more things. Happiness and joy are things that tend to be contagious around this woman as she manages to get a smile out of anyone who gives their attention to her. All of these traits woven together, she compiles them to help form communities and maintain them. Being someone who knows what isolation feels like, she strives to connect people together so we don't have to practice in the dark. Now is the time for us to step up to who we really are, and she firmly believes the power and gift of community is a strong one that should be nurtured. Visit www.eagletherapies.com to find out more about her and the work she does.