We’ve chosen “Rythm Of Beauty” as the theme for this SOUL CIRCLE event to remind us how important it is for us to walk this life in a way that honors all of our relations. Let's get together to celebrate life through music, connection, and dancing!Featuring LuvAmp project, Dream Upright, & Porangui (Ecstatic Dance)w/ I.AM.LIFE Tea Lounge & Cacao Ceremonysponsored by Imlak'esh Organics & Warmi Tea TICKETS: $35/advance, $40/door***This is a family friendly event children 12 and under come for free***This is also a Drug and Alcohol free event***
Something comfortable to sit on for the opening sets before we boogie.
ABOUT CACAO: Cacao is considered by some to be “the elixir of the gods.” The Mayans consumed Cacao in a variety of their religious rituals to open their hearts and expand their consciousness.
“For thousands of years, cacao has been cultivated in Central America for its beneficial health compounds. The ancient Maya viewed cacao as a precious substance, and it was used for food as well as for religious and economic purposes.Many medicinal qualities are hiding within this seductive bean. Flavanols, one of the most important, improve vascular and cognitive function and provide ultra violet protection for the skin. Cacao also has high concentration of an alkaloid called Theobromine, also found in coffee. Theobromine has stimulant properties and relaxing effects. It dilates the blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. And if that wasn't enough, cacao is also rich in soluble fiber, antioxidants, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, and selenium.The MAO inhibitors found within cacao allow more serotonin and neurotransmitters to circulate around the brain at the same time, increasing the feelings of happiness and joy.” ~borrowed from our friends @ LaChocotia - http://www.lachocotia.com/#aboutcacao-sectionIAMLIFE
Guayusa Tea Lounge, sponsored by WARMI: is an immersive environment utilizing the tea lounge setting as an opportunity to promote and encourage interconnectivity, community, sustainability, environmental stewardship, and preservation of indigenous wisdom. We serve a tea from Ecuador called “Guayusa” (pronounced “Why-you-sa” or “Gwhy-you-sa”):Traditional Use: This medicinal leaf has its origins in ritual use in several indigenous “dream cultures” from Ecuador. Typically prepared for a morning dream-sharing ritual, this tea is used to facilitate dream sharing, the planning of the days activities, and general counsel and discussion of the mythology and cosmovision that compose the oral tradition of the people.