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CLAIM YOUR

SACRED

Engage • Allow • Transform

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Upcoming Events
 

 

Sound BaTH
Sept 5 - Berkeley / Sept 15 - Novato

Sound Baths are an invitation to tend to your inner world through deep listening, witnessing, and sounding to access a deeper relationship with yourself. 

Voice, crystal singing bowls and percussion instruments are used to create a web of harmonies and melodies to awaken, heal and activate the body into wholeness. 

Seasonal detox
Sept 15 - Sausalito

The turn of the seasons reminds us to break from habit and recalibrate ourselves with natural rhythms. Rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul with this detoxifying kundalini yoga and sound vibration workshop. 

This 3hr experience is designed to purify the body, activate creative energy, and awaken inner knowing. All levels welcome. 

women's self-love day retreat
Sept 22 - pinole

The heart center is the our gateway to the infinite. By recognizing ourselves as part of the infinite and healing the sense of separation that keeps us in suffering, we grow our capacity for embodying self-love. 

Open to your own heart wisdom with a blend of Kundalini yoga, SoundWork, intuitive-based movement, and artistic expression in this day-long workshop. 

 
 

SoundWork

SoundWork is the art of creating sounds from a ceremonial container to intentionally channel divine love for the highest good.  Voice, crystal singing bowls, and percussion instruments are used to create a blissful landscape of interconnected sounds to heal, soothe, and invigorate the body into wholeness. Group and private sessions available.  

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Ceremony

Ceremony is the art of connecting with divine source energy through an established form. Forms can take many shapes, but all are grounded in intention and use tools, practices, and objects that represent an aspect of the divine. Learn how to strengthen your relationship with infinite source consciousness through ceremony. 

 
 

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga, as brought to the west in 1969 by Yogi Bhajan, is the yoga of awareness. It uses specific sequences of postures, aligned with breath and mantras, to address physical, emotional, and energetic wellbeing. The core goal is activating the kundalini, the body's creative life force, to enliven the body to its highest potential. The practice is designed to strengthen all systems of the body so that greater consciousness is available and physical vitality is maximized. Group and private classes available.

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7Directions®

7Directions® is an earth-based dance ceremony where movement becomes medicine to engage the body and explore one's relationship with the sacred within and without. This practice is an invitation to allow internal impulses to guide movement and unlock body wisdom. Movement is not choreographed or guided, but is instead a personal journey. An eclectic blend of world, electric, tribal and devotional music is intentionally woven together per ceremony.  

 
 

Embodiment

Embodiment is harmonizing our inner world with our outer world for ecstatic living and bountiful creative expression. It’s where we take what we learn to be true for ourselves and align our being in integrity with that truth. It’s the difference between believing spiritual concepts and activating them through conscious choice. 

Embodiment is a life-long journey and ongoing evolution. It starts with tending to our relationship with the self and healing our separation from the divine.

Drawing from her varied experience and learned tools in claiming her own sacred, Adriana offers private sessions to support your embodiment process. Sessions are customized to meet individual needs and include a unique blend of guided meditation, sound healing, kundalini yoga, intuitive guidance, and ceremonial teachings. She will send you home with personalized take-home practices to support your exploration and activation of the sacred within.

To schedule a session, or explore how it could support you, use the request button below.

 
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