Mala Making Workshop
Mala beads are an amazing tool that have roots dating back to the 8th century BCE. They are still commonly used during meditation and prayer to help deepen the spiritual practice. We are so excited to be hosting this workshop, because how cool would it be to have a mala that YOU made?
We will start by crafting our malas and then continue with a meditation practice incorporating your new beads. We will also provide you with some information regarding the history of malas and different techniques you can use to practice with them.
If you sign up before 4/5 you will be able to choose exactly what beads you want in your kit! Whenever you register please send an email to email@example.com to let us know which beads you want in each category.
Choose one per category:
-Main Beads: Rudraksha, Lava Rock, Natural Lotus, Sandalwood, Rose Quartz, & Black Onyx
-Guru Bead: Rudraksha, dark wood, light wood, Rose Quartz, Black Onyx, white lotus
-Marker Beads: Rudraksha, lave rock, dark wood, light wood, rose quartz, moonstone
-Tassel or charm option: Om, Buddha, Lotus, colored tassel (White, red, black, or rainbow)
-Cord: Black cord or white cord to tie it all together
If you do not specify which beads you want, or you sign up after the cut off we will provide you with a kit.
Cost: $65 (includes materials, instruction, guided meditation)
Registration: click Here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to email us with your bead selection after you purchase your ticket!
Cyanotyping with Ame Hunter
11-12 or 12-1
We are super excited to be hosting another Craft Series Workshop! This time we are cyanotyping with Ame Hunter.
Cyanotyping is a photographic printing process developed way back in 1842. Initially used as quick and inexpensive means of reproducing architectural drawing (BLUE prints) and photographs, now it is primarily used by artists.
The process of creating a cyanotype print is fairly straightforward: the material to be printed on is coated with a light sensitive solution, allowed to dry and then exposed to ultraviolet light. Where the sunlight touches the solution changes color to cyan(blue) and where the light is blocked during exposure, the solution is washed out and the surface retains its original color.
While the process can be used to print on any natural material (paper, fabric, leather, even egg shells) in our workshop we will be printing on paper and fabric. Each participant will make an 8 1/12 x 11 paper print and two 17 x 17 cotton scarves.
After a brief explanation of the process we will experiment with compositions before doing our final layouts and taking our pieces outside to expose them in the sunlight. A brief rinse with water will wash out the solution and everyone can take their beautiful artwork home. Natural materials such as leaves, flowers, feathers and plants will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring anything they would like to experiment with printing such as film negatives, lace, keys or any other small objects with an interesting shape.
Cost: $25 per 1 hour workshop
Registration: click here or email email@example.com
Spirited Sunday with Lindsey Argo
Spirited Sunday is meant to bridge the knowledge of yoga with its practice. To begin class we will move our bodies in preparation for the pranayama and meditation which follow. Each session will be devoted to a different spiritual topic that will be threaded into the class and then discussed at the end. This class is perfect for anyone wanting to deepen their knowledge of yoga, has questions about yoga, and is interested in taking their practice to the next level spiritually.
Cost: Donation Based
Basket weaving workshop
with pat moore
Continuing with our Craft Series, we are so excited to be hosting a basket weaving workshop with Pat Moore!
Pat will guide you through the entire process of creating your very own Farmer's Market Basket which is woven on a D handle and will be made with reed. The basket measures approximately 13 inches by 8 inches and approximately 10 inches tall including handle. No prior experience necessary!
What you will need to bring:
-bucket or dishpan
-tape measure (cloth or metal)
-screw driver (flat head)
Since this workshop will run from 10:30am-3:30pm we encourage students to pack a lunch. We have a fridge and microwave available if needed!
Registration: spaces are limited, so please sign up ahead of time to reserve a spot! Click the link in the tickets section or email firstname.lastname@example.org
a new space on a historic street
Sangha (Song-ah) is the Sanskrit word for community. We aim to establish a safe space for individuals and the community to grow mindfully together through the practice of Yoga, Ayurveda, and conscientious buying.
How do we do that?
We offer safe, thoughtful yoga classes for the beginner and seasoned yogi. Because we have a number of classes to choose from, we know you'll find a teacher who speaks to you. In addition to classes, we offer childcare.
Dive into India's 5,000-year-old medicine through workshops and personal consultations. Learn how to balance your life with this preventative medicine.
At Sangha, we strive to connect the community by supporting local artists, farmers and companies. We believe if you're going to invest your money in something, it's important to be mindful about it. When we're not able to source our merchandise from our area, we make sure the companies we support share our love for awareness, sustainability and community growth.
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