Full Moon Women's Circle @ Karma Teachers, Vancouver [5 November]

Full Moon Women's Circle

18:30 - 20:30

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Karma Teachers
45 West Hastings, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B1G4
Gather together as women to connect with sacred energies of the Moon in its fullest. Women used to come together to celebrate the full moon to feel centered and open. Full moon pours a huge amount of energy to the Earth. It multiplies all your feelings at that time. If you are staying calm and centered, it will help you to carry on your good times for longer.
We honor this tradition and come together in a circle of divine Goddesses to connect with Goddess Mother, our feminine power and our sisters every Full Moon.
We help each other to raise our vibration to a higher level by chanting, meditating and dancing together. We create a divine space to support each other to grow our spirit and set up new intentions for the upcoming month.
Awakening your feminine side — your Shakti — brings you a peace of mind, stillness, balance and fills you with energy that you can share with your loved ones.
Every month the Circle is different depending on the energies of the month.
Please wear something that makes you feel like Goddess, bright, beautiful and shiny. Loose clothing is a good choice, your body is able to breath, relax and it is comfortable to dance or do simple yoga postures.

Minimum donation is $10. No one turned away for luck of funds.
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