Saturday, June 21st, from 9am-3pm
at the CRS Barn, 2622 N. Triphammer Road, Ithaca, NY 14850
Solstice is a time to gather and celebrate the interconnectivity of our lives with the Earth’s cycles. In this spirit of reconnection, we invite you to join us for a day-long experience that weaves permaculture, ceremony, movement. Together, we begin repair of the present-day disconnect between body, Earth and community – a disconnect that is at the core of ecological destruction.
In this day together, we will:
- Learn and apply permaculture principles to design meaningful ceremonies that tend the inner landscape, build community, and improve ecosystem health.
- Explore movement in nature to reduce the distance between the body and Earth.
- Co-create a “Postcards to the Earth” ceremony that will allow us to solidify our learning and take action.
The whole experience will be held in safe space, cultivating trust, community, and sincere connection.
This solstice workshop is led by:
- Permaculture Designer & Educator, Karryn Olson-Ramanujan, MPA
- Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant & Co-owner of Food Forest Farm, Megan Barber, MBA
- Dance Artist, Educator, & Somatic Practitioner, Maren Waldman, MFA
Together, the women in this heart-centered leadership team have over 40 years of professional experience facilitating in their fields of expertise.
Please register using the form below. Tuition: $150-$50, self-determined sliding scale.
- We request a $20 non-refundable deposit by June 14 to hold your spot for this event.
- Limited work-trade and time banking options also available. Please indicate your interest on the registration form.
- In the “Notes” box below, please indicate the total amount of tuition you will pay, and your method of payment.
- Please make checks payable to “SEEDs” and send to 122 Rachel Carson Way, Ithaca, NY, 14850.
- There is also a Paypal option if you prefer to use that payment method. The slightly higher tuition rates reflect our cost of providing online payment options.
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Thanks to Charles Dietrich for the photo used on this page.