415 E Broad St suite 100 43215, Columbus, OH
Instructor - Heather Killen
Class fee is $30 at the door
RSVP with Advance pay of $25 (discounted) by PayPal on the web or by contacting Enchanted Elements (614) 437-2642.
Reservations made directly to Enchanted Elements will be added to the class list manually not online.
A minimum of five advance RSVPs required by presenter.
Cauldron of Regeneration and Transformation
Bath tub and shower magicks
Full out witchy class on how to use your bath tub and shower as a magickal tool to help you with love, money, healing, centering and tranquility. Heather will also be discussing a new color ray technique for the bath that will blow your mind and not mess up your tub! Learn the magickal and therapeutic benefits of oils, butters, milks and salts. 10 minute bolstering and fixes for even the busiest of practitioners.
Olde school magick from an olde school witch.
Heather Killen is a warrior priestess to the Goddess Morrigu and founder of the Earth Warriors Council. In addition to being a mother of two, Heather has taught women's and warrior mysteries all across Northern America. She is an ordained Wiccan Clergy Woman in the State of Ohio and actively practicing witch of over 16 years. Heather founded Circle of Solitares-Central Ohio eight years ago as a way to bring Solitares together for Sabbats and Esbats.-‘It’s difficult to dance a Maypole by yourself.’ She has received many degrees from Black Thorne Temple, Silver Web and O.L.O.E, and is the last recipient of the Leslie P. Dauterman award. She isn’t a witch beholding to degrees favoring practical application, heart, integrity, common sense and skill. Heather does Clergy work for the Ohio Prison system when able; the organizer and director of the Earth Warriors Festival and owner of Violet Flame Gifts. Heather is a no-nonsense, down to earth witch who is frequently called an irrepressible force of nature.
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.
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