Heyoka is a Lakota word for the trickster spirit. But she is so much more than that. She is a clown and a satirist and a contrarian. She who acts as Heyoka asks serious questions, but she does so by mirroring our own behaviors in such a way that we cannot avoid seeing our silliness. She makes us question ourselves, our values, our behaviors, and most importantly, our assumptions. Come learn about this interesting sacred role and the animals most often associated with Heyoka medicine.
Doors open at 7:15 pm and close at 7:30 pm, and ends at 10:00 pm. Please RSVP to ensure your space. Suggested donation of $10.00 per person to cover the space rental. Come join us for this powerful exploration!
We will be meeting in the Garden Room at Soma Vida. Some pillows, will be available. If possible, you might want to bring your own pillow, blanket, backjack, or folding chair or camping chair to help make sure that you're comfy during the circle, especially if you plan to journey lying down on the floor. You might also want to bring a light wrap or sweater in case the AC is acting up! :)