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Sacred Activism for Modern Times:

Thursday 6-8pm: Community Forum & Ceremony

Cannon Hall: Warren Wilson College


Friday 4pm-8pm

Saturday 9-8pm & Sunday:  9-2pm  

Warren Wilson Campus

During these times of unprecedented change and chaos, the call to embrace our innate compassion, wisdom and strength and take Sacred Action on behalf of our beloved Earth has never been stronger. Maintaining connection with source, the natural world and with a supportive fellowship is critical while doing this work.  Burnout, fatigue and rage plague many caring people and activists stealing their effectiveness and power to create the very change they desire.
Combining the ancient paths of Yoga and Shamanism, participants will have time for: respite, deep connection, cleansing, energy building by realigning with ancestry support and the natural world:  Together we will:
  • Engage and align to the new paradigm of the Sacred Activism replacing the Wounded activist archtype.
  • Enter into a Sacred Tribe for inspiration, support and collaboration.  
  • Learn the power of neuroscience's application to conflict resolution, mindful embodied speech, collaboration and positive resonance.
  • Practice ways to integrate Shamanic Practices into daily practices to protect and deepen your connection to Spirit while working to create inspiring change.
  • Experience fire ceremony, yoga nidra, bhakti yoga, chi gong and somatic clearing practices
Retreat:  Meals and Lodging Included: 
Price:  Early bird: Date
$325: After Date

Co-presented by Sheila Pride & Suzannah Tebbe Davis

Suzannah is a shamanic energy medicine woman with over 20 years of study and practice in indigenous wisdom traditions and western theoretical practices. She is the proprietor of Your Awakened Life, a private practice in Asheville offering individual sessions, earth-based ceremonies, classes, land and house clearings and retreats. She is involved in a number of collaborative projects involving sacred activism.  For more info visit


Sheila is a 15 year practitioner and activist. For over a decade offering holistic trauma therapy, women's advocacy, consulting, bhakti and therapeutic yoga and somatic body work. As co-founder of Moksha Institute she travels nationally bringing integrative wellness, mindfulness, positive culture and conscious communication to the corporate environment.

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