Sat, Jan 26, 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
The Magic of (Re)membering Special Event
with Mya Spalter, sara abdullah
240.00 minutes
The Magic of (Re)membering Rituals and practices rooted in connection to the earth, observing the moon, and honoring alignment with natural cycles abound across cultures and histories. From witchcraft to conjure, the transformative power of magic and ritual exists in all lineages. This workshop will touch on the foundations of crafting altars, creating ancestral connection, and honoring the power of attuning to the lunar cycle. Through embodied practices and exploring other magical tools, we’ll support you to feel empowered to create your own personal, magical rituals. Please feel welcome to bring an object of significance or to write an intention to co-create an alter and be ready to bring home some new inspiration for making magic! Mya Spalter is the author of Enchantments: A Modern Witch's Guide to Self Possession and longtime employee of New York City's oldest occult shop.She writes poems and stories about science and mystery. sára abdullah is an indigenous SWANA/Pinay non-binary femme Muslima descended from nomadic dreamweavers, kitchen witches, tricksters, and storytellers. She honors those who came before and those who gather with her in circle through a life's work in plant medicine, healing, pleasure activism, magic, writing, and nurturing the creative spirit in herself and others. As a poet, storyteller, cultural organizer, and healing artist, she is committed to uplifting radical tenderness, (re)membering embodied knowledge, and building collective liberation. She is the creator of earth seed holistic, a healing practice and consultancy that provides botanical offerings, herbal consultations, creativity coaching, energy work, full-spectrum doula companionship, and workshops centered in plant medicine and nurturing the creative spirit. $40 - $100 sliding scale, NOTA $20 Deposit

Saturday, January 26 at 2:30 pm
Sun, Jan 27, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Yoga for Survivors Special Event
with Tara Johnson
60.00 minutes
Suggested donation $5 - $25. Exhale to Inhale (ETI) is a non-profit organization that uses the healing practice of trauma- informed yoga to empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The ETI approach is based in choice-making, safety, and simplicity. Current series runs through January 27. The next series begins February 3 - March 31. Third Root will be hosting weekly ETI trauma-informed yoga classes. These classes will create space for trauma survivors to reconnect to their bodies and their ability to make choices for themselves. Everyone is welcome and anyone can benefit. Classes are offered on a sliding scale, $5-25. Contributions will go towards supporting Exhale to Inhale programming and Third Root.
About the teacher
Tara Johnso n completed her 200 - hour yoga teacher certification at The Yoga School New York. During her teacher training, she found Exhale to Inhale and learned to incorporate its healing methodologies into her own personal yoga practice. As a former competitive figure skater, Tara practices yoga to reconnect with her body, breath, and mind. By day, Tara is an attorney practicing civil defense litigation in New York and New Jersey state and federal courts. In her spare time, Tara enjoys playing with her bulldog puppy, reading, and eating all the ice cream. As a survivor of domestic violence herself, Tara is forever grateful and honored to teach on behalf of ETI. You can find out more at www.taraajohnson.com

Sunday, January 27 at 2:30 pm
Wed, Jan 30, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Beyond Resolutions: Overcoming Obstacles Special Event
with Jess Turner, Laura Ruocco
120.00 minutes
January 16th: Sleep January 23rd: Heartache & Boundaries January 30th: Food & Digestion Sliding scale $27-$70* per class *NOTA

Wednesday, January 30 at 6:30 pm
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