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Engaging the Liminal

A Workshop & Ritual
for the Moment Between Winter & Spring

Sunday, February 18, 2024

2:00 - 4:00 EST/12:00 - 2:00 MST

On Zoom

Sliding Scale $20 - $50

Meet the spring waiting just beneath the surface of yourself... 

With the winter holidays behind us, and the warmth not fully here yet, we may find ourselves restless in mud season. Holistic therapist Tamara Greene and interfaith chaplain Sarah Donnell are teaming up to hold and celebrate space for the special, uncomfortable “quickening” that happens around this time of year–a time some of our ancestors marked as Imbolc. The word Imbolc is of Celtic origin, but this seasonal, earth-based observance is open and relevant to people of any lineage and tradition. 

Join this 2-hour online workshop for a chance to reflect and connect in this potent in-between time and set your direction for what’s next. Expect guided meditation, movement, journaling, image work, and a little community ritual.

About the Facilitators

Sarah Donnell is an interfaith chaplain, writer, and theatre artist whose work flows from her understanding of the arts as a transformational meeting place where people can connect with their sacred birthrights of beauty, expression, and play. As an acting, public presence, and equity coach and facilitator, Sarah specializes in nurturing the creative soul and activating embodied leadership.

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Tamara Greene is a licensed therapist whose practice is dedicated to honoring the pure Self within all her clients.  Her 10+ years of experience extends across a variety of healing and wellness settings and has settled into her current endeavor, where she strives to help clients connect with their inner guidance and unlock their ability to access joy and fulfillment.  She is expanding her creative and spiritual inclinations into offerings such as this workshop, with the goal of cultivating space for community and connection.

To Register: 

Email wellplayedcreative@gmail.com

We'll respond with PayPal, Venmo, or Zelle options to send in your workshop fee ($20 - $50 sliding scale -- pay anything within that range that is comfortable for your budget). 

Once payment goes through, we'll follow up with a Zoom link and tips about how to prepare your space before our meeting time.  

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