Love calls you when it is time
Love calls you when it is time to come home to your soul and live in a deeper, fuller way. The Sacred Soul Circle of 2019 is an invitation for you to begin your journey to wholeness.
Location: Bumbleberry Inn, 97 Bumbleberry Ln, Springdale, UT 84767
Dates: Friday November 15, 6pm-9pm
Saturday November 16, 9am-9pm
Sunday November 17, 9am-6pm
Beautiful Zion National Park in Southern Utah provides the backdrop for the Sacred Soul Circle Workshop/Journey to Love.
This ancient desert, carved and shaped by the Virgin River, is the perfect place to be inspired and commune with your soul.
Do you have a sense that within there is something more of you yet to be?
We come together in a Sacred Soul Circle to bring our minds, bodies and spirits into alignment. We gather from all walks of life to warm ourselves and each other, to form circles of love, trust, support, and non judgment that allow us to share our "soul story". We inspire one another to release what is no longer useful while celebrating our seed dreams. We practice yoga and meditation, do altar work, create sacred art, drum, and sing. We call in spiritual support and engage in ceremony together. We begin our journey back to authenticity, rootedness and belonging.
This three day workshop supports the recovery of your relationship with your inner healer and artist so that you can embrace your unique gifts and soul-path. How can you be more loving, honoring and nurturing to yourself?
You will be:
Releasing limiting beliefs and attitudes through ceremony and the telling of your "soul story"
Practicing deep relaxation and meditation
Setting up and working with a portable healing altar
Connecting with the boundlessness of your being and the foundation of your true nature with gentle yoga practices
Honoring your desire
Asking about your personal medicine
Envisioning a new story and course of action for your life
Accessing the wisdom and tools of the healed divine feminine (applies to men and women)
Creating a healing vision mandala through a sacred art assignment
When we heal the wounds that have overgrown our dreams we are able to once again nurture our passions and birth our soulful work into the world.
For more details, please contact Victoria.
Victoria Lagerstrom (workshop facilitator)
"In the Circle, we are all equal. There is no one in front of you and there's nobody behind you. No one is above you; no one is below you. The Circle is sacred because it is designed to create unity"
- Lakota Wisdom
This beautiful quote sums up why I love the concept of a circle so much. Profound growth and healing is possible when we go beyond our titles and worldly achievements, to experience the more soulful aspects of ourselves and others.
My shamanic training involved participating in many circles. I shared my hopes and fears with dreamers from all walks of life and it often brought me to tears. I was among likeminded souls, finally, on a life changing journey of self-discovery. We didn't have to be similar in any other way to have a strong connection. There was a lot of love and respect, because we all knew what goes into seeking out such an experience.
The Sacred Soul Circle Workshop is something I started envisioning when I was pregnant with my son five years ago. It was a dream come true to finally see it launch in 2018. An unforgettable experience, I knew I had to offer it annually.
The concept is molding and changing as I am deepening my journey. I am five years into motherhood and I am re-learning how to care for my soul. The neglected parts are communicating loud and clear which brings me to this year’s Sacred Soul Circle Workshop. I envision it as an opportunity to slow down and see what’s alive and moving inside. A strengthening and merger of body and soul.
The program focuses on gentle healing and exploration of the inner landscape through yoga, meditation, art making, altar work, ceremony, time in nature, and sharing our soul stories. These soulful activities invoke the presence of your inner healer and artist.
Clarissa Pinkola Estes said in "Women Who Run With the Wolves “ There is human time and there is wild time ”
When the days shorten and all life goes into seed, will you share this wild time with me and journey to the soulful core of your inner being?
Click here to learn more about my journey.
Jessika Jacob (sacred soul art, day 3)
When I was in middle school, I dropped out of the only art class I had ever taken when my teacher walked over to me, took the paintbrush out of my hand and said, "You're doing it wrong!" I stood up (being only 14 or 15 years old), probably said a few choice words, then walked out of her class and never went back. She almost killed my inner artist. How can anyone do art wrong?
I grew up watching my dad create incredible pieces of art. It seemed out of reach that I would ever paint like he did. I still don't. I never will. And now that I have young kids who sit and watch me paint, I have found myself reliving some of the moments I had with my dad. The words, "Don't bump my table," come out of my mouth more times in a day than I can count, along with explanations of why my kids can't paint like me yet.
I receive so many compliments of people saying, "I wish I had your talent!" My talent? I wouldn't say I am any more talented than anyone else. Far from it. We all have our own special gifts, and the world needs each of us to give of our passions freely. We can all make the world a better, more beautiful place when we follow our hearts and then SHARE them.
Becca Lieberg (gentle morning yoga, day 2&3)
Yoga has been a huge part of my life for two decades, and I love it almost as much as I love the desert sun! I have been practicing for 20 years and teaching for 15 years. I come from a traditional Ashtanga practice, but over the years I have shifted my practice and teaching to include more chanting, breathwork, and unique combinations in a slow vinyasa style. My goal in teaching is to combine humor, humility, and kindness in a practice that creates community and a shared energy both on and off the mat.
Sri K Pattabhi Jois said ‘Do your practice, and all is coming,’ and those are words that resonate with me on a daily basis. There is a reason that this crazy yoga ride is called a practice! It’s a metaphor for how we live our lives. If we can keep showing up on our mats and be honest and present with ourselves, we can learn to keep showing up for ourselves and others in our daily lives.
The workshop registration fee is $295.00. Cheques and e-transfers are welcome. Contact Victoria for details. You can also pay with your credit card using the PayPal option below.
Refund Policy: On or before October 15, 2019 registration fee will be refunded minus a $25 handling fee.
No refunds after October 15, 2019.
Age Requirement: It is a Soul Garden Companion policy that workshop participants be 18 years of age or older.
The registration fee does not include lodging, transportation, and meal
Registration Form: To register for the Sacred Soul Circle Workshop, please fill out the form below. Once your registration and workshop tuition have been received and processed, you will be sent further information about the workshop. If for any reason your registration cannot be accepted, the workshop tuition will be refunded to you.
Please contact Victoria if you have any questions regarding the Sacred Soul Circle Workshop.