I am collaborating with my dear, wild friend Gabriel Ross to bring you a special drumming event to explore the four elements and what they can teach us…
Women’s Drum Circle :: Exploring the Elements // WATER
An evening of meditation, drumming, breathing, and exploring.
The elements of air, water, fire, and earth have unique and inspiring aspects that we can embody and bring their lessons back into our lives. When we connect to the natural rhythms of the planet and her seasons, we tune in to our own ability to grow, bloom, release, and begin again.
Water is an essential element to life on this planet. 71% of the earth is made up of water and up to 60% of our body is water! It is cleansing, nourishing, refreshing, and healing. We’ll explore our connection to water by discussing its properties, embodying its unique qualities, and inviting in the lessons it has to teach us by drumming, journeying, and sharing.
Bring with you a favorite drum, if you have your own (plenty of drums provided if you need one!) and a blanket or yoga mat if you’d like to lie down for the meditation. No experience with drumming or meditation necessary!
When: Saturday, Sept 21st from 6:30pm – 8:30pm
*please arrive at 6:15pm if you need a drum
For women ages 16 and up
To Register: by email to reserve your place (space is limited) with your name and phone/cell number (in case of event changes) to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Then pay by cash or check at the event.
Location: Women’s Drum Center Suite B6
2242 University Ave West
St. Paul, Minnesota 55114
**Enter Dow Building on Hampden Ave (side entrance, not front or parking lot doors). Look for the WDC sign on the side door and the WDC doorbell for entry.
Parking: There is free street parking on Hampden Ave. and in the surrounding area.
Instructors: Gabriel Ross and Helen Buron
About Gabriel: Gabriel Ross is the founding director of Creative Spirit, a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring spirituality through the arts. Gabriel has facilitated adult education courses and intergenerational programming for over 30 years. She leads women’s spirituality groups and teaches courses on comparative religions, eco-spirituality, creativity and spirituality. Gabriel designed and leads the Soul Journal programs for incarcerated women and Befriending Creation camp for girls. Her unique program offerings include Celtic drum and ritual groups and Mystics at the River.