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Adult Dreamcatcher workshop

Retreat full and waitlist now open...

A brand New Year is a delicious time for dreaming new dreams! Lyn-Marie (of DizziePixieDesigns) and I are so sparkly in our hearts to invite you to our first day retreat. This gorgeous day of dreaming is a divine co-creation in the nurturing environment of HeartSpace for you to…
…Join together in sisterhood, to share and support each other’s dreams for 2018
…Dance a magical dreamy Qoya class where you will enjoy the space to set your intentions/dreams for the year through movement - beginning the journey to embody your dreams, and really feel them begin to grow in your heart space;
…Enjoy a beautiful shared lunch on our HeartSpace deck together under the nikau palms and ponga trees;
...Weave your dreams into the ritual of creating a gorgeous dream catcher for you to take home – a physical representation of the dreams you will weave in this brand new year… 
Please bring:  
Your beautiful hearts wearing something you feel comfortable to move in
Something to share for lunch (snacks, water and tea provided)
Special item(s) of significance if you wish to weave them into your magical dreamcatcher – e.g. beads/crystals (all materials and decorations for creating your dreamcatcher will be provided)
To secure your place, indicate you are ‘Going’ on the event. 
HeartSpace is a healing sanctuary nestled amongst nikau palms, ponga trees and heart-shaped kawakawa in Titirangi. It is a beautiful, intimate space, and classes are limited to 10 dancers.
Cost: $88 – Secure your place by responding ‘Going’ on our Facebook event. We will then contact you to organise a deposit of $22.
For those new to Qoya, this sacred movement practice for women, developed by Rochelle Schieck, brings together dance, yoga, feminine movement, sacred sisterhood, breath work, oracle cards, fun, love, magic and more. The invitation is to come as yourself, and leave as more of yourself. To learn more about Qoya, explore
You will craft the ritual of your dreamcatcher in a creative and relaxing workshop where you will be introduced to the art and lore of the dreamcatcher, and learn to weave your own under Lyn-Marie’s expert guidance. All materials are supplied and you will take home your very own dreamcatcher, hand-crafted by you! Lyn-Marie Harris is an artist based in Auckland. She specialises in creating unique, made-to-order dreamcatchers, garlands, and other designs, mainly from up-cycled materials, and running group workshops to help others create their own beautiful designs.  
In honour of your heart’s deepest, wildest dreams, and with love from our hearts to yours,
Jo & Lyn-Marie XX

Earlier Event: January 16
Point Chevalier library
Later Event: February 17
Silo Park