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Making Sacred Art: Weave Your Own Dream Catcher

Learn about the meaning and symbolism of the dream catcher and how to properly make this sacred talisman to beautify, protect and raise the vibration of your own personal meditation or dream space.  

Space is limited to allow for individualized attention, so don't wait to register!
Please note: This workshop is not geared toward instruction for kids under 16.

$60 (includes materials) - Register here

About presenter:
Kelly resided on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation during the 1990s where she experienced the powerful spirituality and stunning beauty of Lakota-Sioux culture as well as the devastating hardships and realities of day-to-day reservation life. While Kelly has been a beadworker since childhood, it was during her pregnancies on the reservation that she began making dream catchers, moccasins and First Nations dance regalia. Kelly‚Äôs sons are Lakota Sioux, and they maintain a strong and proud connection to their cultural heritage. Kelly brings her passion for Vedic and Western astrology and shamanic studies into her classes and workshops.