The Full Moon is a time for women of all nations to connect, heal, learn, laugh, listen, grow and share in a supportive and nurturing space. Join us for a women’s gathering on the May full moon when the flowers are in bloom and all of creation is experiencing the positive energy that comes with new growth.
During the gathering, Kateri will share Anishinaabe (Ojibway) sacred medicines and songs; lead us through a guided mind-body movement meditation; and will offer blessings for the water, which has a deep connection with the moon.
You will also be invited to:
- practice gratitude and let go of what is no longer serving you
- get clarity on your next steps
- birth new ideas and inspiration
- experience transformation and expansion
Participants are asked to bring a clear mason jar with a lid to the gathering. You are welcome to bring a hand drum, rattle or shaker, but it is not necessary.
This is a safe and inclusive space for all women. If you have any questions about the gathering, contact Kateri at email@example.com.
Date & Time
Saturday May 18th
2:30 – 5:00 pm
$33 + HST Early Bird Price by Tues May 14th
$44 + HST Regular Price
$28 + HST for Members
Can’t afford to attend at these rates? Sliding scale registration is available. To RSVP, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you are registering under sliding scale. Pay what you want, cash at the door.
About the Teacher
Kateri Gauthier, an Anishinaabekwe who was raised in Niswaakamog (Sudbury) and whose roots are from Wikwemikong, is a hand drum singer and song carrier and a certified Reiki practitioner, Kundalini Yoga instructor and Laughter Yoga leader. Kateri embodies an inner wisdom and a pure loving radiance that nurtures healing and transformation and creates a safe and sacred space for her students to dive deep into their practice.
Kateri sings from her heart delivering channeled melodies from spirit and she uses the power of her warm and celestial voice to uplift others. In her Kundalini Yoga classes, Kateri’s students attune to her calming and resonating voice as she guides them through chanting mantra meditations.
She connects with the collective flow of energy in her classes and is responsive to the needs of her students. Kateri is welcoming and inclusive of students of all skill levels, body types, skin colours, ethnicities, cultures, religions, genders, sexual orientations and socioeconomic statuses.