Group BioForest Restore Experience
Restore your innate connection to Nature!
- 45 US dollars$45
- Rice Pinnacle Trail
Journey with me through three shamanic realms of consciousness and learn how to reconnect and tend relations with the other-than-human peoples therein. "Ayni", meaning sacred reciprocity in Quechua- indigenous language of South America, is the exchange of energy between humans, nature and the universe. I will guide you in practicing ayni and deepening your innate relationship with Pachamama (Mother Earth) and the forest elemental beings and receiving their healing gifts and insights. We will gather in the sacred ancient mountains of Pisgah National Forest where transcendence is possible through a communal experience of deepened relationship with nature, self, others and the entire universe. Limited to 8 participants Two Person- Minimum Number of Participants. The group experience booked by you has a 2 person minimum number of participants as a prerequisite for the execution of the event. If the minimum number of participants is not achieved, the event will not be carried out, and you will be informed of this at least 2 days before departure. A possible alternative private session experience can be worked out.
Standard cancellation policy: (Not for Shamanic Apprenticeship) For a refund, cancel at least 3 days before the experience/class/workshop is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase. Rescheduling: You may reschedule the date or time of your experience (or add or remove guests) within 24 hours of booking, and up to 72 hours before the experience is scheduled to start. If you reschedule a workshop or appointment, the cancellation policy is based on the original purchase time and original start date of the experience. *The BioForest Restore experience only runs in dry weather; if there is rain in the forecast it will likely cancel. I will send a cancellation notice 24 hours in advance and a full refund will be processed. *Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for cancellation policies on Shamanic Arts Apprenticeship
Bent Creek Experimental Forest, North Carolina, USA