Events Calendar

Wednesday, July 13 2022

July 13, 2022 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Fee: $25/$20 members
Registration: Space is limited; advance registration required. Register by phone at 414-446-8794.


Nourish: The Soil
Join artist-in-residence Jenna Knapp and collaborator Sevan Arabajian for an evening of full moon nourishment. The full moon is a time for releasing and cleansing so we can promote growth in our lives. Just as the garden is illuminated differently under a full moon, so are any obstacles or interferences that are keeping us from our dreams. In their second collaboration of the season, Jenna and Sevan will guide you through an evening of metaphorical tilling and symbolic fertilizing so you can nourish your dreams, desires, and delights. First, Sevan will lead participants through a sound journey to help illuminate any obstacles or interferences in our lives. Once we recognize our blocks, it becomes easier to let go of what is no longer serving us. Enjoying that space as it starts to clear, Jenna will lead a labyrinth walk where participants will be invited to nurture the garden itself by casting fertilizer: taking care of the land, as it holds us in our healing.

Sound baths are an ancient form of healing and deep meditation; they include various ambient sounds playing in a space where you can hear and feel their vibrations. Your sound healer for the evening will be Milwaukee’s own Sevan Arabajian, initiated by Akhilanka of the Temple of Singing Bowls in Mysore, India, when he was traveling in the U.S.

The sound bath lasts approximately 45-60 minutes. We recommend arriving 15 minutes ahead of time to give yourself time to set up and prepare. Please bring something to rest on and to cover yourself with (if you think you’ll want that) for the duration, and dress appropriately for the weather. A little insect repellent may be in order, too. Fertilizer will be provided in cups for easy casting in the labyrinth.

2022 Sound Bath schedule
Tuesday, June 21
Wednesday, July 13
Thursday, July 28
Friday, August 12
Sunday, September 25

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