Guardianas de la Vida 2013 Spirit Rising Healing Arts Festival

guardianas 2013

In honor of San Francisco’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls.
For over 7 years this woman centered holiday has been proving that a new culture is emerging from the depth of El Barrio.
This year’s Guardianas de la Vida features the amazing LaTania Flamenco, dancing to an original piece by Maestro Hector Armiento on piano, plus a beautiful cast of dancers, singers, musicians, poets and healers to make this night unforgettable!
with:
Stella Adelman, Arenas Dance Co, Anne Bluethenthal and Dancers, Paloma McFly McGlothin, Alexandra Rieloff, Poets Nina Serrano and the No Tutu Crew, Native American Speaker Kim Shuck, Author & Social Theorist Judy Grahn the phenomenal Sang Matiz and yours truly, MamaCoatl.
Healing sessions at 6 PM
Show 7PM
15 dlls
SAVE THE DATE!!!

About MamaCoatl Arte de Sanar

Talleres Ceremonias Sesiones Individuales Maestria del Balance Absoluto, Reiki, Inteligencia Musical Esencial, Danza del Alma, Liberacion Neuro-Emocional, Analisis Transgeneracional. Efectivas tecnicas de libracion multidimensional que desde el nivel celular, emocional, mental, causal, espiritual y desde la perspectiva del arbol genealogico y las deudas ancestrales produce trasnformaciones cuanticas en poco tiempo. Silvia Lorena Parra, Maestria en Espiritualidad de las Mujeres y Maestria de Bellas Artes en Investigacion Creativa, Performance y Activismo del New College of California, San Francisco.

Posted on October 24, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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