Gaia's Way Cannabis Circles are a full sensory self-love experience for women. It is a place for women to gather and support one another while connecting to the truth of who they are. Gaia's Way Cannabis Circles are plant medicine ceremonies that use the Cannabis flower, music, and meditation to assist in elevated awareness and energetic self -healing.
My mission with Gaia's Way Cannabis Circles is to provide a safe space for women to leave their duties and commitments at the door and come into sacred communion with themselves and women of the community. This is a space where you can safely explore the boundaries of your mind, heart, and soul.
We will start the night with some movement exercises to get energy flowing in the body. We will then open the ceremony and set sacred space. There will be a short imbibing ritual in which, you will be invited to take in the healing medicine, Cannabis. You will then be guided into a somatic body scan meditation to allow for greater body awareness. (Body awareness is key to energy healing and we'll go over this before the ceremony). Next, you will go on a musically guided self-exploration journey. Finally, you will be gently guided back with loving affirmations. You will leave feeling inspired, uplifted, and empowered.
*There will be light snacks provided at the end to enjoy while we share our experiences.
Gaia's Way Cannabis Circles are a wonderful way to open yourself up to more connection in your life; connecting you to your community, inner wisdom, and spirit.
Deeper connection awaits you.
For now, this is a BYOC event.
About Megan : Megan has a background in Psychology and is a certified Transformational Coach specializing in Plant Medicine preparation and integration. She is 200 HR Yoga certified in the Sri Vidya Himalayan Tantric tradition, Reiki certified, certified Sound Healer, and is currently studying under Daniel MCQueen's Medicinal Mindfulness Program for Psychedelic-Assisted therapy and guide training.
Those that work with Megan can expect a holistic experience, exploring the boundaries of the mind, body, spirit and their connection to one another. She offers a relationship to clients that is judgment-free and rooted in love.
What to bring : Bring an open heart a yoga mat, blanket, pillow, water, and anything else to create a comfortable laying down experience. I would also recommend a journal, eyeshade/pillow, and any crystals you would like to use or leave at the alter.