Date(s) - August 3, 2020 to August 5, 2020
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
We gather during the full moon in a sacred space of the indoor arena surrounded by 3-5 of the Indigo Trails healing herd to have an understanding of “who we are” and “why we’re here” that we can’t access with our rational mind.
You’ll be inside a fenced pen to keep the horses at a safe distance yet close enough for you to enjoy their peaceful energy.
Our beginner yoga class with meditation and gong is a safe place for you to try out yoga whether you’re an experienced yogi or it’s your first time. No experience necessary.
Every sacred circle is unique and a bit different depending on the energy of the season and the stars, but you can expect some quiet reflective time, journaling, guided meditations and sound healing, connection with incredible women and rituals to help release any aspects of your life that no longer serve the grandest vision of your soul.
Spending time in the presence of horses opens us to their beautiful balanced vibration so we can experience the impact their energy has on our well-being. These Full Moon Sacred Circles are a time for you to be held in a container of sacred space to access incredible clarity, big visions, and divine support.
“Blessed are those who can hear the whispers of a horse’s heart.” -Melisa Pearce
YOUR YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Tina Morschauser
YOUR HORSE, MEDITATION, AND GONG GUIDE: Dr Stacey Bean
DATES: The Full Moon July-October; July 5th, August 3rd, September 2nd, and October 1st
TIME: 6:00pm – 8:00pm (we will begin promptly at 6pm)
LOCATION: Indigo Trails Farm; 2782 White Crossing Rd; Verona, WI
6:00-6:15pm – Sign in, settle in, meet the horses and take photos
6:15 – Phones away, yoga begins
7:00 – Meditation and gong
7:15 – Journal time and fire ceremony
7:45 – Time with horses and to take photos
8:00 – Leave rejuvenated
Due to COVID precautions we are limiting participants to a group size of no more than 10. We do request that you wash your hands upon arrival to the farm and masks are highly encouraged. Hand sanitizer will be provided and we are following social distancing requirements.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Comfortable clothing or yoga attire. If you want to spend time near the horses, closed toed shoes are required.
WHAT TO BRING:
Please bring a water bottle and a pen & journal. Yoga mats, blankets, straps, and blocks are provided, but you may bring your own if you wish.
You are holding a spot, so reservations for this event are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend a class or event that you have registered for, please know that you may transfer your registration to another person.
This event is fully booked.