Remembering a Sacred Legacy
With Kari Ann Levine
About the Experience
This workshop is not just about learning how to play the frame drum. It is about experientially exploring a distinctly feminine approach to spirituality — one that remembers and celebrates the importance of a feminine divine principle in our lives — and one that embraces the whole body as a means through which to access and claim that divinity for ourselves.
What You’ll Learn
- The history of hand drumming as a women’s spiritual practice
- The Divine Feminine is and it’s importance for men and women
- Drumming as an Embodied Spiritual Practice
- The basic strokes and their connection to the elements
- Several basic practice rhythms
- Vocalizing while drumming
- The Element Song, written and composed by Miranda Rondeau
About Kari Ann Levine
Kari’s journey to work with sound and singing as a therapeutic modality was born of her greater mission to discover the tools for her own self-healing — a path that also includes yoga, meditation, and various spiritual practices from both eastern and western traditions. Kari holds a Masters Degree in Sociology from FSU with an emphasis in Yogic Studies, Embodiment, and Social Psychology. She is also a Certified Master Yoga Instructor, Usui Reiki Practitioner, and Sound Practitioner. Kari is a gifted and soulful teacher, with a special skill for creating a supportive and nonjudgemental environment. Regardless of the modality that Kari is using, her goal is always the same — to guide students to recognize, experience, and activate the healing power of their own bodies and minds.
Date: Friday, September 20, 2019
Continuing Education: Qualifies for Yoga Alliance continuing education hours
Investment: $35 in advance, $45 day of | AYYT $15 in advance, $25 day of
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