"The March full moon rises, Golden and bright, a beacon of hope In the dark of night." - Unknown
This week we are experiencing the effects of the last full moon of the season.
Native American cultures have different names and interpretations for March's full "Worm Moon." The Cherokee call it the Windy Moon, the Lakota call it the Moon When Eyes Are Sore from Bright Snow, and the Hopi call it the Moon of the Whistling Wind.
Much is brewing under this Virgo Full Moon; anything is possible, so allow yourself to manifest your dreams.
Virgo's energy is associated with the earth element, which reminds us of the importance of staying connected to nature for our physical and emotional well-being and the union between our body, mind, and spirit.
During this time, some may feel a sense of renewal or rebirth as they witness the changing season and the emergence of new life. Others may feel a sense of nostalgia or introspection as they reflect on the cyclical nature of the natural world.
Join us this Saturday as we dance to honor the past, embrace the present, and look forward to the future.
To celebrate the Equinox and the changing seasons, we will hold a pop-up 5Rhythms dance on March 20th. To register, click here.
Sylvie and the SDP Team
Sweat Your Prayers with Sylvie Registration Details
Register to *Join Saturday Sweat Your Prayers class here:
*If you are a recurring member of SDP, you do not have to register for this class. Still, you do need to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend in person, as space is limited.
ABOUT SYLVIE MINOT
Sylvie Minot received her BA in Dance from San Jose State University and is a certified 5Rhythms® Teacher who was also trained in the Heartbeat (emotional) map by 5Rhythms® founder Gabrielle Roth.
Sylvie has studied psychology, indigenous healing rituals, energy medicine, and sound healing and is inspired by the teachings of cultural anthropologist Angeles Arrien, author and speaker Caroline Myss, and sound healer Tito La Rosa.
Since 2000, Sylvie has taught dance classes and workshops for a variety of populations and companies. Sylvie is often described as a catalytic shape-shifter because of her ability to meet people right where they are and move with them into new possibilities
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Syzygy Dance Project (SDP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that transforms lives through dance movement. We offer regular dance classes to the public and outreach dance classes for inmates, veterans, recovering addicts, chronically ill patients, and the elderly.
Syzygy Dance Project
P.O. Box 2532
Sausalito CA 94966