MYTHOLOGICAL MEDICINE AND VOCAL WEAVING
Workshops for women with mythologist and storyteller
Catherine Svehla and sound practitioner and ritual guide Tasya Herskovits
As women heal, so does the world.
Find Your Voice. Know Your Power. Share Your Gifts.
Now is the time.
For Summer 2017, our theme is: “Embracing the Un-embraceable and the Alchemy of Transformation”
For information on upcoming workshops or to inquire about a workshop for your group email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760-401-2858
Of Story And Song . . .
Transformation is dependent on feminine energy, & given our place in the patriarchy, we have a special understanding of the work required. Important questions face each of us: As women, what is the source of our transformative power? How do we activate our voices? What are the tools & who are the allies? How does personal transformation support or mirror cultural transformation? What are the old & new stories of healing?
We invite you to explore these questions with us through story work, song, & ritual. Supported by the alchemical vessel of our circle, the ancestors, & the earth, we will gather to strengthen & develop our natural capacities for healing & transformation.
Dr. Catherine Svehla is an independent scholar, storyteller, artist, & activist with a PhD in Mythological Studies & Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She explores the transformative power of myths & fairy tales through story-based classes & programs that demonstrate the relevance of mythology to contemporary life. Catherine is the founder of Mythic Mojo, where she consults with individuals on a range of mythological topics, & the host of Myth in the Mojave, a bi-weekly podcast with an international audience.
Tasya Herskovits is a sound & health practitioner, singer-songwriter, & community organizer who supports individuals & communities in working with pain & trauma through voice, song & ritual.holds a BA in Educational Psychology, & completed the Sound, Voice & Music Healing Certificate program at CIIS, & the IAST (Indigenous African Spiritual Technologies) training with Malidoma Somé.