About Your Ceremonialists
Sonya Belisle, owner and operator of the Sedonya Conscious Living Center, has been facilitating holistic healing for the past 25 years in a variety of forms; as a raw vegan chef and culinary arts teacher, a Holistic Health & Life Coach, a Sound Healing Practitioner, Ceremonialist, Yoga, Tai-Chi and Qigong instructor.
Uqualla is a spiritual emissary, ceremonialist, universal wisdom keeper who is born of the Havasupai Tribe that live within the Grand Canyon. He is an international presenter and is being guided by Spirit to now offer this service here in Sedona, the gateway into the potent sacred lands of the Colorado Plateau region.
Tyler Carson is an international artist, performer and composer trained in classical (symphony soloist age 13) and folk music simultaneously since the age of 5, Tyler has been on a path developing his own unique way of making music for his whole life.
NEW MOON CEREMONY OF REAWAKENING
Ready to drum your way into a new moon cycle?
Here’s your chance - join us Saturday night at 6:30 pm for an unforgettable evening.
Experience rejuvenation and intentional activation in this amazing one-of-a-kind event, with music from award winning touring artist and composer Tyler Carson, aka Fiddler on the Rocks, Uqualla sharing tribal sounds and guidance, with Sonya in ceremony.
Set your intentions for the new moon cycle and activate them in a powerful participatory ceremony of drumming, vocal chants, violins and gongs.
"Thank you. Exactly what I needed to start the New Cycle.
"The drumming circle was extremely powerful and infused my intentions.
"Will be back next New Moon. The Gong opened me up to the start of something new.
This offering inlcudes:
During this ceremony Uqualla, Sonya & Tyler will open doors to dimensions for soul searching, healing & cosmic traveling.
You will experience:
A ceremonial mix of sounds birthed from ancient earth born instruments
PREPARE SELF IN COMFORTABLE LOOSE CLOTHING, INTENTION, AND OPEN HEART.
COME, ANCESTORS AWAIT!!!!!!
HÁÁNYGO (it is good, Havasupai language)
Monday, February 20th
6:30 to 8:00 pm