Soul Spacewith Jennifer Alyse
Friday, October 19 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
$20 – $30
Go beyond your comfort zone.
Step into your aliveness.
Awaken your greatness.
Welcome to SOUL SPACE, a monthly creative immersion for listening to your heart’s longings, a place where you get to quiet the noise of outward pressures and listen to your inner wisdom.
Soul Space is an opportunity for people who are burnt out, craving creativity, and longing for connection to gather with other brave seekers for an experience of inspiration, play and reconnection to their spirit.
Let’s journey together from the head to the heart.
We awaken our aliveness through spontaneous movement, journal writing, creative visualization, art-making and ignited conversation as a creative roadmap leading the way back to your soul.
Come as you are. ALL welcome.
Friday, October 19, 2018
$30 at the door
*Accepted payment type: cash or credit card
*online registration preferred
*With a commitment to supporting our community, a percentage of proceeds will directly benefit P:ear. To learn more about this Portland based organization, visit:
Free Experience Breema Eveningwith Jon Schreiber & Friends
Friday, November 02 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Breema is based on a profound understanding of the principles that govern the entire universe and everything in it. We will learn and practice simple Breema treatments and exercises that introduce us to an entirely new and different way of moving and relating, and provide access to new dimensions of physical, mental, and emotional health and balance.
The weekend workshop is taught by Certified Breema Instructors with special guest Jon Schreiber, director of The Breema Center in Oakland, CA and author of numerous books on Breema.
Friday, November 2
7:00pm – 9:00pm
This evening is open to anyone.
You do not need to register for the workshop to participate in this class.
Breemawith Jon Schreiber & Friends
Saturday, November 03 @ 9:30am - Sunday, November 04 @ 5:00pm
The Art of Being Present
The workshop is taught by Certified Breema Instructors with special guest Jon Schreiber, director of The Breema Center in Oakland, CA and author of numerous books on Breema.
Open to anyone. You do not need to register for the workshop to participate in this class.
Women’s Clothing Swapwith Jacqueline Rubinstein
Friday, November 16 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm
It’s that time again! Winter Women’s Clothing Swap! Release what is not serving you anymore and bring in new energy with the upcoming season and with a renewed wardrobe!
Join us at SomaSpace for a super fun evening of our women’s clothing swap! Bring a bag of clothes that you’re ready to retire for someone to reuse with new life and find a new wardrobe in return!
This seasonal event is So. Much. Goodness! We will be trading clothes, hanging out, and building community around grown-up dress-up time!
Women of all ages, sizes, walks of life welcome! Trans-women welcome.
Please bring your own bags to carry your new threads home in.
All leftover clothes will be donated to Dress for Success Oregon, an awesome non-profit that offers professional attire and coaching for job interviews for women. They use non-dressy clothes for a tag sale fundraiser, too!
We have reorganized our system to have the clothes laid out by size instead of type ~ hopefully this will make the swap go more smoothly and easier for everyone to find some amazing gems!
Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Doors open at 6:45pm.
Swap begins at 7:00pm.
Cost: $10 at the door
(Cash highly preferred. Work trade available – please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Your voice originates in your body. All your stories live in your body. This modern culture often conspires to steal your voice and keep you trapped in stories that no longer fit. Sometimes, to find your own power, you have to rewrite the stories that confine you. Sometimes, to find power with each other, we have to sing ourselves back to life.
This is a time in the world that is asking for new stories to rise. This is a time in the world that needs our deep listening and our brave speaking. We must deconstruct the damaging stories of the dominant culture and build collective, choral myths that can hold every kind of body and voice. We are called to a connected, responsible, and sacred leadership that we have not seen modeled in the structures around us. We are being asked to take holy risks like never before.
In this urban retreat weekend, we play with the alchemy of voice and body. Your physical, artistic voice longs to be invited back into your life. With writing, singing, yoga, movement, and vocal tutorials, we invent alternatives to the old stories that limit us. We will break the tight grip of “compare and despair”. Your sacred leadership won’t look like anyone else’s. We will listen to each other in the creative laboratory where practical leadership skills emerge.
If you are terrified of singing in public and/or speaking out, this workshop is for you. If you are stuck in old patterns and need help to take your life to the next level, this workshop is for you. If you want to challenge the dominant culture more effectively, or you long to re/discover your voice, this workshop is for you. If you are burnt out and need a lifeline, this workshop is for you. If you need a weekend to write, sing, and move your body in a community of imaginative and inspired humans, this workshop is for you.
Friday, November 30 – Sunday, December 2
Friday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Saturday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
$400-600, sliding scale
To Register: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3657822
For more info: email@example.com
*A note about pricing for this training:
We are using justice pricing model. In our model of Sacred Leadership, we stand for leveraging our privilege to support others. If you can afford to, please consider paying it forward by paying any amount above $400. This allows us to continue scaling the prices of our intensives so that everyone is included. We are committed to cultivating a diversity of voices and life experiences in our trainings and making them accessible to people of all income levels. In other words, the more who are able to pay at the higher end $500-600 create opportunities for those who couldn’t otherwise afford the training. Thank you!