Sometimes we have emotions that bubble up that our body may feel, but we have a hard time accepting, making sense of in our minds, or even putting words to. That might come up as a fiery sensation — anger, discontent, hurt, or even simply, deep confusion. Whether we are feeling deep grief + anger at the injustices of the world, or the lingering effects of our own experiences (or those passed down to us), we can acknowledge + safely express these emotions, and in turn, create real change in the world around us. Through intentional practice, we can access our fiercest selves in a way that breaks the cycle of violence that is all around us, allowing our anger to be transformed into sacred rage + deep healing.
It’s not always easy. Most of the time we tend to just stuff these feelings back down. Be quieter. Make ourselves smaller. But fire, my friends, is the most transformative of all the elements, so when that flame is ignited within, what if we were taught how to access it as a point of alchemy? To let it out as well as being given a safe, supportive place to do so?
In this 90 minute workshop, you will be held in a loving and protected space, to feel through these emotions and let them move up and out in a healthy and sustainable way. Join instructor and intuitive healer, Stephanie Wallace as she mindfully guides you through practices and tools that can help to understand how to embody the wisdom of this medicine and connect to the sacred rage within our bodies. Turning toward rage as an intentional healing tool, while grounding ourselves into our true essence. This will be an opportunity to acknowledge, feel, express and make peace with our rage. A workshop of alchemy work using a combination of journaling prompts, meditation, breath, sound and movement, along with reiki energy healing. .
If you’ve ever had a hard time releasing stuck emotions in the body, this workshop is for you. Step into a place where there is no judgment or shame around the feelings that come up through this incredible practice.
Bring a journal, water or tea, and something comfy to move in. We’ll make living art out of our collective scars.