Winter/Spring 2013 Circle Dates: March 8, April 12, May 10, June 14
Shamanic journeying involves going into a trance state in order to allow your spirit body to travel into an alternate level of reality. There, you can find healing and ask for advice from powerful spirit beings willing to ally themselves with you. Every month, Aisling Willow Grey hosts a shamanic journeying circle at Main Line Pilates & Yoga in Paoli. The circle is open to everyone, whether you have experience journeying or are a beginner.
The advantage of working within a group is the energetic support provided by a roomful of people working toward a similar end, and also the input and insight you can gain from sharing your journey with others (sharing the results of your journey with the group is not required).
We begin our evenings at 7:20 PM with a short introductory lesson on basic journeying techniques. Beginners should arrive promptly at 7:20 PM so that we can give you the full introductory lesson. We'll start drumming in preparation for the group journey promptly at 7:45 PM, whether or not we have any new students.
Amy Guskin and Paul Nordquist have been teaching shamanic journeying and leading shamanic journeying circles in the Chester County, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) suburbs since 1997. They have also released several albums of shamanic journeying music. Amy and Paul have studied shamanism here and abroad for many years, with teachers from various cultural backgrounds, and have practiced their shamanic arts in settings as diverse as city streets, chamber tombs in Ireland, and in the center of the circle at Stonehenge under a summer full moon.
Coming from all points: take Route 30 (Lancaster Ave.) into Paoli. Main Line Pilates & Yoga is equidistant between the Daylesford and Paoli SEPTA stations, about a half-mile from each.
If you're using Route 252 as a milestone, Main Line Pilates & Yoga is a 1/4 mile east of the intersection of Route 252 and Route 30.
The building is two stories, sand-colored, and is fronted with white columns. The first floor is a beer and soda distributor; there is a sign on the second floor saying "Yoga/Pilates." The door to the yoga studio is on the side street, facing the CVS shopping center. (There is a full set of stairs to the yoga studio, which is on the second floor, and it does not appear to be wheelchair accessible.)
Please either park on the street, or across the side street in the CVS shopping center parking lot. Please do not park directly in front of the Paoli Beverage Store or the Performance Bike Shop!
For more information about the circle, or to be added to the mailing list, contact Amy Guskin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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