FROM RESTORATIVE INQUIRY TO EMBODIED PRACTICE
~INAUGURAL DAYLONG RETREAT~
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2017
Location: YogaLove, North Oakland, 3851 Market St. @ Apgar
This modality is designed to explore, articulate, and help define a woman's mother line naming the trauma and violation while also excavating the obscure gifts, talents, and hidden legacies that also live within her lineage.
During this retreat you will:
Early Bird registration for the Inaugural Motherline Retreat has begun- sign up by September 1, 2017 11:59 pm and receive:
Learn how to use Restorative Inquiry to unlock the narrative of the female line
Gain an understanding of your family constellation by working with the Matrilineal Epigenetic Liberation Framework™
Learn women centered meditations, visualizations, and songs, to awaken the Divine Feminine in affirmation of your life’s purpose
Access cellular healing of intergenerational trauma using various crystal therapeutic applications
Experience the power of somatic based practices when used in service to the vision of the ancestors
Deepen and sustain your commitment to the work through the cultivation of a Legacy project
* a 10% savings on the retreat cost
* a personalized Crystal Card reading that lays the foundation for the crystal therapeutic work and culminating Legacy Project
There is one spot left for light work trade during the retreat- sign up and receive 50% off retreat fee.
*Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Regina Lynne is a Healing Justice facilitator, ecofeminist, and ceremonialist who centers ritual and permaculture in her narrative of liberation thealogy couched within a framework of restorative inquiry. Regina Lynne has worked as a facilitator and Crystal Energy practitioner in women's healing spaces in the Bay area for over 20 years. She holds an M.A. in Philosophy and Religion with a concentration in Women's Spirituality and a program emphasis of Ecofeminism and the Sacred Arts from California Institute of Integral Studies together with a certification in Crystal Healing from the Crystal Academy of Kauai, Hawaii. During her academic career, Regina mentored and studied with Sobonfu Some' and Luisah Teish learning the rites and rituals of various tribes and cultures throughout the African Diaspora.