Full Moon Drumming Circle with Horses

Friday, June 5, 2020

7:30 – 9:30 p.m.


Come and celebrate the full moon in Sagittarius! This moon supports the search that gives your life meaning and asks you to move forward with inspiration and optimism on your personal mission to discover how it intersects with the needs and desires of the collective.

The 6th moon cycle is represented by the Native American Clan Mother, STORYTELLER, who teaches us about faith, humility and innocence. She teaches how to speak from the heart and how to use humor to balance out the sacredness.


The Drum represents the heartbeat of Mother Earth and is used to interact with the higher power of the Great Spirit. It is a sacred instrument that connects us to the Spirit World and to the prayer in our hearts. The drums support us in accessing and giving voice to our desires so that they can be heard.


The Horse represents the perfect balance of of Power and Gentleness and is a symbol of Freedom. As we shift from an old paradigm of false power into one that incorporates the gentleness inherent in true power, the horse stands as a symbol of the freedom that is available to us and how this freedom naturally leads to unification when we are connected to our genuine creative impulse and stand in mutual support of one another on our communal journey.


We encourage you to bring drums or other ceremonial healing instruments, such as rattles, flutes, chimes, singing bowls, etc. if you have them. We provide the horses!  These events are ever evolving gatherings designed to support the individual's strength within the collective; we continuously take in and incorporate comments and suggestions for each subsequent event and welcome feedback from all involved.



This event supports equine-assisted programs run by The Horse's Touch, Inc.  There is a $25 suggested donation.  

Space is limited. Registration is required. Participants must be 16 years of age or older.


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