Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Mother Daughter Circle: Embodying the Goddess

What does it mean to become a woman? There are many voices screaming for girls and young women’s attention when it comes to this topic, from media to peers, cultural norms to taboos. How can we support girls in listening to their own inner voice and then being confident enough to express themselves creatively and verbally? How can we guide them in honoring their bodies through hormonal and physical changes? As mothers, how can we support our daughters through this sensitive transition and deepen our relationship during a time where often children grow distant?

Our goal for this series is to help facilitate open communication, reconnection, and a deeper relationship between mothers and daughters. We will combine ancient wisdom, practical advice, and fun activities designed to support girls as they reach adolescence and their mothers.

Ashley will lead the young women in stories, discussion, games, movement, and art exercises designed to facilitate understanding of womanhood and how to best cultivate it in their own life. We will start by finding our voice, then express our creativity, learn to listen and follow our intuition, then finally honor our bodies.

At the same time, mothers will work to deepen their own understanding of themselves, knowing that the best way to provide love and support for their daughter is to be grounded in their own self-mastery. To support this, Shanti will facilitate exercises and discussion surrounding the weekly topic and how it relates to motherhood.

FORMAT

Each Sunday, we will meet for two hours. We will begin gathered together in circle to introduce that week’s topic. Mothers and daughters will then part ways to explore the topics. At the end of our time together, we will rejoin the two groups to share insights and reflections.

THEMES

Week 1: Finding Our Voice
Week 2: Expressing Our Creativity
Week 3: Following Our Intuition
Week 4: Honoring Our Bodies

HOME EXTENSION

To encourage integration of the weekly topics, we will provide suggested questions to answer in a shared journal at home. Our hope is that this journal allows the space for mothers and daughters to communicate openly and authentically with each other while reflecting deeper on each week’s topic.

FACILITATORS

Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor, a licensed teacher, a past life hypnotherapist, Pranic Healer, Reiki Master, TRE (tension/trauma release exercises) provider and a postpartum specialist.
Shanti runs retreats for men and women, groups and circles for women and moms. She teaches meditation classes, chakra healing classes and spiritual exploration classes for kids. She owns the non-profit Bend Birth Connection. She also owns and runs Rooted&Open and The Hive.

Ashley Grewe is a mother, teacher, and business owner. She is passionate about holistic education as a powerful tool to empower children to be their best, authentic selves through programs that are heart-centered and purpose-driven. The driving force behind each class is to allow children to better understand and love themselves so that they can become future advocates for humans and the planet.
As an educator, she’s worked with children in public, private, charter and holistic schools in the United States and abroad for ten years. She is a licensed Oregon Elementary Teacher, a 200-hour RYT, and has been trained to teach children yoga, mindfulness, and food education through Life Project Education, Mindful Schools, and Pure Joy Planet.

REGISTRATION

Cost is $80 per person for the series, sliding scale, and includes one journal per family.

Register at obsidianeducation.org/register

Best suited for young women ages 10-15 and their mother (or mother figure).

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Happy Healthy Educators
Apr
28
3:00 PM15:00

Happy Healthy Educators

Happy Healhty Educators is a month of community events to celebrate and support teachers.

We recognize that our educators long/work and shoulder many responsibilities that create stress and overwhelm. So, your community wellness and yoga centers have gathered to host on going events for the month of May. These month long events are in support, appreciation and gratitude for the educators of the Bend/La Pine School District.

We are excited to offer a kick off party on April 28th from 3-6pm at Athleta to pick up your free goodie bag and your passport of free wellness events. You need a passport in order to participate in the activities. Passports can be purchased at Athleta on the 28th.

The Bend community cares about our teachers and we want to show our support. All proceeds will be donated to Education Foundation. If you cannot afford $15 please use the donation button to pay as you can. Limted to 100 participants. Passbooks can be purchased at Athleta on the 28th for $20.

For questions please contact Jackie Vance at jackievance@msn.com or Shanti O'Connor at rootedandopen@gmail.com

Here are a few of the free classes offered for teachers.

Free Spirit

1 Free Adult Class

Jazzercise Bend Fitness Center

1 Free Week

Club Row Bend

1 Free Class

Barre3

1 Free Class

CycleBar

1 Free Ride

Namaspa Yoga Community

1 free week of yoga

Tula Movements Arts

1 free week of classes

Wild Thing Yoga

1 Free Month

Wheel Fun Rentals

2nd hour free rental

COCC Massage

$10 massages

Compassion Cultivation Training

Free 4 hour training.

Rooted&Open

1 free circle just for teachers and 1 free Vibration Healing Class

Obsidian Education

One parents night out

OTB

Free Paint Night

The Hive

Free Pilates and Vocal Jam Class

Art Venture

Paint Class

Outside In

Free Monday Class

Yami Yoga

Free Family Yoga Class

Yoga Lab

Free Week of Yoga

For Tickets:Happy Healhty Educators is a month of community events to celebrate and support teachers.

We recognize that our educators long/work and shoulder many responsibilities that create stress and overwhelm. So, your community wellness and yoga centers have gathered to host on going events for the month of May. These month long events are in support, appreciation and gratitude for the educators of the Bend/La Pine School District.

We are excited to offer a kick off party on April 28th from 3-6pm at Athleta to pick up your free goodie bag and your passport of free wellness events. You need a passport in order to participate in the activities. Passports can be purchased at Athleta on the 28th.

The Bend community cares about our teachers and we want to show our support. All proceeds will be donated to Education Foundation. If you cannot afford $15 please use the donation button to pay as you can. Limted to 100 participants. Passbooks can be purchased at Athleta on the 28th for $20.

For questions please contact Jackie Vance at jackievance@msn.com or Shanti O'Connor at rootedandopen@gmail.com

Here are a few of the free classes offered for teachers.

Free Spirit

1 Free Adult Class

Jazzercise Bend Fitness Center

1 Free Week

Club Row Bend

1 Free Class

Barre3

1 Free Class

CycleBar

1 Free Ride

Namaspa Yoga Community

1 free week of yoga

Tula Movements Arts

1 free week of classes

Wild Thing Yoga

1 Free Month

Wheel Fun Rentals

2nd hour free rental

COCC Massage

$10 massages

Compassion Cultivation Training

Free 4 hour training.

Rooted&Open

1 free circle just for teachers and 1 free Vibration Healing Class

Obsidian Education

One parents night out

OTB

Free Paint Night

The Hive

Free Pilates and Vocal Jam Class

Art Venture

Paint Class

Outside In

Free Monday Class

Yami Yoga

Free Family Yoga Class

Yoga Lab

Free Week of Yoga

For tickets go to the EventBrite link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/happy-healthy-educators-appreciation-month-tickets-59737585727

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May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Mother Daughter Circle: Embodying the Goddess

What does it mean to become a woman? There are many voices screaming for girls and young women’s attention when it comes to this topic, from media to peers, cultural norms to taboos. How can we support girls in listening to their own inner voice and then being confident enough to express themselves creatively and verbally? How can we guide them in honoring their bodies through hormonal and physical changes? As mothers, how can we support our daughters through this sensitive transition and deepen our relationship during a time where often children grow distant?

Our goal for this series is to help facilitate open communication, reconnection, and a deeper relationship between mothers and daughters. We will combine ancient wisdom, practical advice, and fun activities designed to support girls as they reach adolescence and their mothers.

Ashley will lead the young women in stories, discussion, games, movement, and art exercises designed to facilitate understanding of womanhood and how to best cultivate it in their own life. We will start by finding our voice, then express our creativity, learn to listen and follow our intuition, then finally honor our bodies.

At the same time, mothers will work to deepen their own understanding of themselves, knowing that the best way to provide love and support for their daughter is to be grounded in their own self-mastery. To support this, Shanti will facilitate exercises and discussion surrounding the weekly topic and how it relates to motherhood.

FORMAT

Each Sunday, we will meet for two hours. We will begin gathered together in circle to introduce that week’s topic. Mothers and daughters will then part ways to explore the topics. At the end of our time together, we will rejoin the two groups to share insights and reflections.

THEMES

Week 1: Finding Our Voice
Week 2: Expressing Our Creativity
Week 3: Following Our Intuition
Week 4: Honoring Our Bodies

HOME EXTENSION

To encourage integration of the weekly topics, we will provide suggested questions to answer in a shared journal at home. Our hope is that this journal allows the space for mothers and daughters to communicate openly and authentically with each other while reflecting deeper on each week’s topic.

FACILITATORS

Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor, a licensed teacher, a past life hypnotherapist, Pranic Healer, Reiki Master, TRE (tension/trauma release exercises) provider and a postpartum specialist.
Shanti runs retreats for men and women, groups and circles for women and moms. She teaches meditation classes, chakra healing classes and spiritual exploration classes for kids. She owns the non-profit Bend Birth Connection. She also owns and runs Rooted&Open and The Hive.

Ashley Grewe is a mother, teacher, and business owner. She is passionate about holistic education as a powerful tool to empower children to be their best, authentic selves through programs that are heart-centered and purpose-driven. The driving force behind each class is to allow children to better understand and love themselves so that they can become future advocates for humans and the planet.
As an educator, she’s worked with children in public, private, charter and holistic schools in the United States and abroad for ten years. She is a licensed Oregon Elementary Teacher, a 200-hour RYT, and has been trained to teach children yoga, mindfulness, and food education through Life Project Education, Mindful Schools, and Pure Joy Planet.

REGISTRATION

Cost is $80 per person for the series, sliding scale, and includes one journal per family.

Register at obsidianeducation.org/register

Best suited for young women ages 10-15 and their mother (or mother figure).

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Happy Healthy Educator Circle
May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Happy Healthy Educator Circle

This is a free weekly event part of the Happy Healthy Educators Month hosted by Rooted&Open and The Hive. Only Educators who have purchased the $15 passbook may attend this circle. Passbook must be presented when you show up.
This circle is for educators to gather and share in community. This is not a self help circle, nor are we trying to fix you. We are simply coming together to share our stories and experiences and to sit with and be present with other's stories. This is an opportunity to find a deep connection with others who understand your challenges and successes.
Come once, twice, or every Tuesday in May. This is an open circle, but is limited to 10 participants. So please RSVP with the date(s) you will be joining us. You can do this by emailing rootedandopen@gmail.com
or you can simply write on this page saying you are coming and which dates you will be coming to.

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May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Mother Daughter Circle: Embodying the Goddess

What does it mean to become a woman? There are many voices screaming for girls and young women’s attention when it comes to this topic, from media to peers, cultural norms to taboos. How can we support girls in listening to their own inner voice and then being confident enough to express themselves creatively and verbally? How can we guide them in honoring their bodies through hormonal and physical changes? As mothers, how can we support our daughters through this sensitive transition and deepen our relationship during a time where often children grow distant?

Our goal for this series is to help facilitate open communication, reconnection, and a deeper relationship between mothers and daughters. We will combine ancient wisdom, practical advice, and fun activities designed to support girls as they reach adolescence and their mothers.

Ashley will lead the young women in stories, discussion, games, movement, and art exercises designed to facilitate understanding of womanhood and how to best cultivate it in their own life. We will start by finding our voice, then express our creativity, learn to listen and follow our intuition, then finally honor our bodies.

At the same time, mothers will work to deepen their own understanding of themselves, knowing that the best way to provide love and support for their daughter is to be grounded in their own self-mastery. To support this, Shanti will facilitate exercises and discussion surrounding the weekly topic and how it relates to motherhood.

FORMAT

Each Sunday, we will meet for two hours. We will begin gathered together in circle to introduce that week’s topic. Mothers and daughters will then part ways to explore the topics. At the end of our time together, we will rejoin the two groups to share insights and reflections.

THEMES

Week 1: Finding Our Voice
Week 2: Expressing Our Creativity
Week 3: Following Our Intuition
Week 4: Honoring Our Bodies

HOME EXTENSION

To encourage integration of the weekly topics, we will provide suggested questions to answer in a shared journal at home. Our hope is that this journal allows the space for mothers and daughters to communicate openly and authentically with each other while reflecting deeper on each week’s topic.

FACILITATORS

Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor, a licensed teacher, a past life hypnotherapist, Pranic Healer, Reiki Master, TRE (tension/trauma release exercises) provider and a postpartum specialist.
Shanti runs retreats for men and women, groups and circles for women and moms. She teaches meditation classes, chakra healing classes and spiritual exploration classes for kids. She owns the non-profit Bend Birth Connection. She also owns and runs Rooted&Open and The Hive.

Ashley Grewe is a mother, teacher, and business owner. She is passionate about holistic education as a powerful tool to empower children to be their best, authentic selves through programs that are heart-centered and purpose-driven. The driving force behind each class is to allow children to better understand and love themselves so that they can become future advocates for humans and the planet.
As an educator, she’s worked with children in public, private, charter and holistic schools in the United States and abroad for ten years. She is a licensed Oregon Elementary Teacher, a 200-hour RYT, and has been trained to teach children yoga, mindfulness, and food education through Life Project Education, Mindful Schools, and Pure Joy Planet.

REGISTRATION

Cost is $80 per person for the series, sliding scale, and includes one journal per family.

Register at obsidianeducation.org/register

Best suited for young women ages 10-15 and their mother (or mother figure).

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 Happy Healthy Educator Circle
May
14
7:00 PM19:00

Happy Healthy Educator Circle

This is a free weekly event part of the Happy Healthy Educators Month hosted by Rooted&Open and The Hive. Only Educators who have purchased the $15 passbook may attend this circle. Passbook must be presented when you show up.
This circle is for educators to gather and share in community. This is not a self help circle, nor are we trying to fix you. We are simply coming together to share our stories and experiences and to sit with and be present with other's stories. This is an opportunity to find a deep connection with others who understand your challenges and successes.
Come once, twice, or every Tuesday in May. This is an open circle, but is limited to 10 participants. So please RSVP with the date(s) you will be joining us. You can do this by emailing rootedandopen@gmail.com
or you can simply write on this page saying you are coming and which dates you will be coming to.

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Full Moon Releasing Mom Ceremony
May
16
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Releasing Mom Ceremony

Did you have a mom who let you down? Who hurt you? Who didn't know how to be the mom you needed? Are you holding the pain your mom caused, but are ready to let it go?
Use the power of the full moon to release your mom, the pain she caused, and the person she just couldn't be for you.
It's time to move on and heal to become a more whole and joyful person.
This ceremony is not for your mom, but for you. You know that holding that pain no longer serves you and you know that in order to move forward in life this is work you are ready to do.
$15, cash, check or venmo.

Please email rootedandopen@gmail.com to register

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May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Mother Daughter Circle: Embodying the Goddess

What does it mean to become a woman? There are many voices screaming for girls and young women’s attention when it comes to this topic, from media to peers, cultural norms to taboos. How can we support girls in listening to their own inner voice and then being confident enough to express themselves creatively and verbally? How can we guide them in honoring their bodies through hormonal and physical changes? As mothers, how can we support our daughters through this sensitive transition and deepen our relationship during a time where often children grow distant?

Our goal for this series is to help facilitate open communication, reconnection, and a deeper relationship between mothers and daughters. We will combine ancient wisdom, practical advice, and fun activities designed to support girls as they reach adolescence and their mothers.

Ashley will lead the young women in stories, discussion, games, movement, and art exercises designed to facilitate understanding of womanhood and how to best cultivate it in their own life. We will start by finding our voice, then express our creativity, learn to listen and follow our intuition, then finally honor our bodies.

At the same time, mothers will work to deepen their own understanding of themselves, knowing that the best way to provide love and support for their daughter is to be grounded in their own self-mastery. To support this, Shanti will facilitate exercises and discussion surrounding the weekly topic and how it relates to motherhood.

FORMAT

Each Sunday, we will meet for two hours. We will begin gathered together in circle to introduce that week’s topic. Mothers and daughters will then part ways to explore the topics. At the end of our time together, we will rejoin the two groups to share insights and reflections.

THEMES

Week 1: Finding Our Voice
Week 2: Expressing Our Creativity
Week 3: Following Our Intuition
Week 4: Honoring Our Bodies

HOME EXTENSION

To encourage integration of the weekly topics, we will provide suggested questions to answer in a shared journal at home. Our hope is that this journal allows the space for mothers and daughters to communicate openly and authentically with each other while reflecting deeper on each week’s topic.

FACILITATORS

Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor, a licensed teacher, a past life hypnotherapist, Pranic Healer, Reiki Master, TRE (tension/trauma release exercises) provider and a postpartum specialist.
Shanti runs retreats for men and women, groups and circles for women and moms. She teaches meditation classes, chakra healing classes and spiritual exploration classes for kids. She owns the non-profit Bend Birth Connection. She also owns and runs Rooted&Open and The Hive.

Ashley Grewe is a mother, teacher, and business owner. She is passionate about holistic education as a powerful tool to empower children to be their best, authentic selves through programs that are heart-centered and purpose-driven. The driving force behind each class is to allow children to better understand and love themselves so that they can become future advocates for humans and the planet.
As an educator, she’s worked with children in public, private, charter and holistic schools in the United States and abroad for ten years. She is a licensed Oregon Elementary Teacher, a 200-hour RYT, and has been trained to teach children yoga, mindfulness, and food education through Life Project Education, Mindful Schools, and Pure Joy Planet.

REGISTRATION

Cost is $80 per person for the series, sliding scale, and includes one journal per family.

Register at obsidianeducation.org/register

Best suited for young women ages 10-15 and their mother (or mother figure).

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Happy Healthy Educator Circle
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Happy Healthy Educator Circle

This is a free weekly event part of the Happy Healthy Educators Month hosted by Rooted&Open and The Hive. Only Educators who have purchased the $15 passbook may attend this circle. Passbook must be presented when you show up.
This circle is for educators to gather and share in community. This is not a self help circle, nor are we trying to fix you. We are simply coming together to share our stories and experiences and to sit with and be present with other's stories. This is an opportunity to find a deep connection with others who understand your challenges and successes.
Come once, twice, or every Tuesday in May. This is an open circle, but is limited to 10 participants. So please RSVP with the date(s) you will be joining us. You can do this by emailing rootedandopen@gmail.com
or you can simply write on this page saying you are coming and which dates you will be coming to.

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Happy Healthy Educator Circle
May
28
7:00 PM19:00

Happy Healthy Educator Circle

This is a free weekly event part of the Happy Healthy Educators Month hosted by Rooted&Open and The Hive. Only Educators who have purchased the $15 passbook may attend this circle. Passbook must be presented when you show up.
This circle is for educators to gather and share in community. This is not a self help circle, nor are we trying to fix you. We are simply coming together to share our stories and experiences and to sit with and be present with other's stories. This is an opportunity to find a deep connection with others who understand your challenges and successes.
Come once, twice, or every Tuesday in May. This is an open circle, but is limited to 10 participants. So please RSVP with the date(s) you will be joining us. You can do this by emailing rootedandopen@gmail.com
or you can simply write on this page saying you are coming and which dates you will be coming to.

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Vibration Healing
Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

Vibration Healing

This is a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work to create a healing vibration current in the body. These exercises down regulate the nervous system so the body can relax and rejuvenate.

The first part will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through a guided meditation, breathwork and TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will use crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing, and shamanic drumming or hemi-sync music will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field.

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together.
Please bring a yoga mat to lay on and any pillow you think you may need to support your body laying on the floor.

$15
venmo, cash, check made out to Rooted&Open

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Men's Circle
Apr
15
6:30 PM18:30

Men's Circle

Men's circle is an experiential group that is part personal development and support group for men.

The meetings will provide an opportunity for the following:

A coming together of men from different walks of life that share the burdens and blessings of being men.
Learning how to be in the world in a different way that is based in the moment and that allows a wider range of responses.
Learning how to share the deeper parts of ourselves with men without shame or guilt.
Learning how to clarify and state wants and needs as men.
Opening to the possibilities of life versus miming the social and familial roles and rules assigned male children, adolescents or adults.

It is the intention of this circle that men will;

move toward greater awareness of himself—his body, his feelings, his environment;
learn to take ownership of his experience, rather than projecting them on to other;
learn to be aware of his needs and to develop skills to satisfy himself without violating others;
move toward a fuller contact with his sensations, learning to smell, touch, hear, and see—to savor all aspects of himself;
move toward the experience of his power and the ability to support himself, rather than relying on whining, blaming or guilt-making in order to mobilize support from the environment;
become sensitive to his surroundings, yet at the same time wears a coat of armor for situations which are potentially destructive or poisonous; learns to take responsibility for his actions and their consequences;
feel comfortable with the awareness of his life and its expression.

What a circle might look like

We will start with a brief check in. Then, depending on the how the check in goes we may follow a thread that came up or we will dive into our weekly topic through discussion and exercises. Topics will include, trauma, shame, compassion, communication, purpose, resilience, emotions, dreams....... Although there is an intention for circle to be shaped by a topic, the group will guide the group to the topics it is needing to explore.
When in circle we put our attention on one man to explore what his experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for him.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fulfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that, how to see and celebrate each man for the uniqueness he brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

This group will be held every other Monday for 6 meeting starting March 4th from 6:30pm-8:30pm and ending on May 13th.

Limited to 10 men, 5 at the minimum

Email: rootedandopen@gmail.com to register or for more information

Investment: $100 cash, check to Rooted&Open, or venmo @rootedandopen

Circle facilitated by, Shanti O'Connor, MS, NCC.
Shanti has been running and facilitating groups for over 10 years. Her style is honest, straight forward and compassionate. She has a unique ability to truly see people and accept them exactly where they are at.

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Thrive: Community Circle
Apr
15
6:30 PM18:30

Thrive: Community Circle

It is time for women and men to sit in circles together so we can collectively heal and grow. Diving deep in mixed gendered community gives us the opportunity to balance our masculine and feminine energies within. We invite you to circle in so we can connect, share, grow, and hold space for the Divine Masculine & Feminine beings in our community.

This circle is about connection to our self through our connection with community while raising each other up. We will cultivate sacred time together to see the gifts we are to each other as human beings. We will heal some old wounds through processing and create new paradigms to shift our own consciousness, that will ripple out in to the world. Join us to share your truth and be heard!

What is Thrive?
Thrive is a closed co-ed group. Once circle starts new members will not be able to join. Each week we will explore a different topic using compassion, vulnerability and active listening skills as a foundation for connection. Topics include, but are not limited to; meaning/purpose, healing, trauma, shame, integrity, connection, vulnerability, truth, boundaries, self-care, and relationships.

Each week begins with a check in, a short grounding meditation, and then depending on what is going on with the group we may jump into our weekly topic. Circles are very fluid meaning although there is a weekly topic the facilitator follows the energy of the group and allows the group to lead.

What does a circle look like?
When in circle we put our attention on one person, and we will explore what her/his experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her/him.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fulfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

About the Facilitator:
Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor. She has been running groups and circles for over 10 years. She has a passion for group work and helping other heal through connection. Showing up, being vulnerable and being seen is some of the most challenging work one can do in community, this is why she loves it so deeply.

Cost: $100, cash, check or venmo
email rootedandopen@gmail.com to register

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New Moon Pendulum Class
Apr
4
6:30 PM18:30

New Moon Pendulum Class

A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is a potent time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life.
As a group the New Moon provides us with an opportunity to take the time to create SACRED SPACE for ourselves. It’s essential.
It is powerful when women come together to support each other on their journey, in the hopes and dreams. We are healed, we are nurtured, we feel comforted and understood. Moreover, when you share sacred space together you magnify the power of your intentions and you energetically create a web of support for not only your circle of women friends but with women everywhere.
Pendulums
This month we will explore intentions through pendulums. Each woman will be get to pick out a pendulum. We will learn what pendulums are, why we use them and how to use them. Each woman will also make an answer board.
$25 cash, check or venmo at the door.

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Thrive: Community Circle
Apr
1
6:30 PM18:30

Thrive: Community Circle

It is time for women and men to sit in circles together so we can collectively heal and grow. Diving deep in mixed gendered community gives us the opportunity to balance our masculine and feminine energies within. We invite you to circle in so we can connect, share, grow, and hold space for the Divine Masculine & Feminine beings in our community.

This circle is about connection to our self through our connection with community while raising each other up. We will cultivate sacred time together to see the gifts we are to each other as human beings. We will heal some old wounds through processing and create new paradigms to shift our own consciousness, that will ripple out in to the world. Join us to share your truth and be heard!

What is Thrive?
Thrive is a closed co-ed group. Once circle starts new members will not be able to join. Each week we will explore a different topic using compassion, vulnerability and active listening skills as a foundation for connection. Topics include, but are not limited to; meaning/purpose, healing, trauma, shame, integrity, connection, vulnerability, truth, boundaries, self-care, and relationships.

Each week begins with a check in, a short grounding meditation, and then depending on what is going on with the group we may jump into our weekly topic. Circles are very fluid meaning although there is a weekly topic the facilitator follows the energy of the group and allows the group to lead.

What does a circle look like?
When in circle we put our attention on one person, and we will explore what her/his experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her/him.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fulfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

About the Facilitator:
Shanti O'Connor is a nationally certified counselor. She has been running groups and circles for over 10 years. She has a passion for group work and helping other heal through connection. Showing up, being vulnerable and being seen is some of the most challenging work one can do in community, this is why she loves it so deeply.

Cost: $100, cash, check or venmo
email rootedandopen@gmail.com to register

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Releasing Mom Ceremony
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Releasing Mom Ceremony

Did you have a mom who let you down? Who hurt you? Who didn't know how to be the mom you needed? Are you holding the pain your mom caused, but are ready to let it go?
This is a letting go ceremony to release your mom, the pain she caused, and the person she just couldn't be for you.
It's time to move on and heal to become a more whole and joyful person.
This ceremony is not for your mom, but for you. You know that holding that pain no longer serves you and you know that in order to move forward in life this is work you are ready to do.
$15, cash, check or venmo.

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Vibration Healing
Mar
10
5:30 PM17:30

Vibration Healing

This is a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work to create a healing vibration current in the body. These exercises down regulate the nervous system so the body can relax and rejuvenate.

The first part will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through a guided meditation, breathwork and TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will use crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing, and shamanic drumming or hemi-sync music will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field.

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together.
Please bring a yoga mat to lay on and any pillow you think you may need to support your body laying on the floor.

$15
venmo, cash, check made out to Rooted&Open

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New Moon Women's Circle
Mar
7
6:30 PM18:30

New Moon Women's Circle

A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is a potent time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life.
As a group the New Moon provides us with an opportunity to take the time to create SACRED SPACE for ourselves. It’s essential.
It is powerful when women come together to support each other on their journey, in the hopes and dreams. We are healed, we are nurtured, we feel comforted and understood. Moreover, when you share sacred space together you magnify the power of your intentions and you energetically create a web of support for not only your circle of women friends but with women everywhere.
$15 cash, check or venmo at the door.

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Men's Circle
Mar
4
6:30 PM18:30

Men's Circle

Men's circle is an experiential group that is part personal development and support group for men.

The meetings will provide an opportunity for the following:

A coming together of men from different walks of life that share the burdens and blessings of being men.
Learning how to be in the world in a different way that is based in the moment and that allows a wider range of responses.
Learning how to share the deeper parts of ourselves with men without shame or guilt.
Learning how to clarify and state wants and needs as men.
Opening to the possibilities of life versus miming the social and familial roles and rules assigned male children, adolescents or adults.

It is the intention of this circle that men will;

move toward greater awareness of himself—his body, his feelings, his environment;
learn to take ownership of his experience, rather than projecting them on to other;
learn to be aware of his needs and to develop skills to satisfy himself without violating others;
move toward a fuller contact with his sensations, learning to smell, touch, hear, and see—to savor all aspects of himself;
move toward the experience of his power and the ability to support himself, rather than relying on whining, blaming or guilt-making in order to mobilize support from the environment;
become sensitive to his surroundings, yet at the same time wears a coat of armor for situations which are potentially destructive or poisonous; learns to take responsibility for his actions and their consequences;
feel comfortable with the awareness of his life and its expression.

What a circle might look like

We will start with a brief check in. Then, depending on the how the check in goes we may follow a thread that came up or we will dive into our weekly topic through discussion and exercises. Topics will include, trauma, shame, compassion, communication, purpose, resilience, emotions, dreams....... Although there is an intention for circle to be shaped by a topic, the group will guide the group to the topics it is needing to explore.
When in circle we put our attention on one man to explore what his experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for him.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fulfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that, how to see and celebrate each man for the uniqueness he brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

This group will be held every other Monday for 6 meeting starting March 4th from 6:30pm-8:30pm and ending on May 13th.

Limited to 10 men, 5 at the minimum

Email: rootedandopen@gmail.com to register or for more information

Investment: $100 cash, check to Rooted&Open, or venmo @rootedandopen

Circle facilitated by, Shanti O'Connor, MS, NCC.
Shanti has been running and facilitating groups for over 10 years. Her style is honest, straight forward and compassionate. She has a unique ability to truly see people and accept them exactly where they are at.

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Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)
Feb
21
6:30 PM18:30

Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)

TRE ® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) helps to restore balance to the body by releasing deeply stored tension. This approach will help you to manage and release the effects of stress in your body which in turn positively affects your life.
In TRE we use a series of exercises that are gentle and if needed can be modified for any body type or restriction.

A short description of TRE by Jessica Schaffer from trepdx.com 
"TRE ® activates a self-controlled, muscular tremor reflex which is the body’s natural way of re-establishing balance by discharging energy stored in the nervous system. This tremor reflex originates from the Central Nervous System and moves deep in the core of the body, spreading from the legs upward along the spine, slowly unwinding muscular holding patterns from the sacrum to the cranium. Because it is a body-based release, there is very little emotional or cognitive process that is stirred by the practice. So it is a safe and gentle way for the body to process held stress and trauma without re-triggering uncomfortable memories." 

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable stretchy clothes.

$10 cash or check at the door.

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Birth Circle
Jan
31
7:00 PM19:00

Birth Circle

Birth Circle is a co-ed circle for families to gather and share stories of birth. Families who are preparing for birth as well as families who have welcomed a child into their life are welcome to join. You do not need to have a story in order to join the circle. All are welcome. All that is required is an open heart and an open mind.

Shanti, who is facilitating this circle, believes all birth stories are relevant and important to share in community. She is on a mission to change birth through storytelling. She believes storytelling is powerful, healing, and transforms lives. She also knows first hand of how sharing your story in community changes you. It removes shame and creates healing through connection.

This is an opportunity for families to gather and share. This is not about comparing or making anyone wrong. In circle we witness and we lift each other up. In sharing our story and witnessing we are challenged, we teach and we learn. With every tiny bit of support that is exchanged, intentional or not, we become more fulfilled people, and better parents for our babies.

Babies and children are welcome to attend.
Suggested $10 donation

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I Thought It Was Just Me
Jan
28
6:30 PM18:30

I Thought It Was Just Me

I Thought It Was Just Me, by Brene Brown.
This is a 4 week co-ed book group that is part circle and part guided discussion focusing on Shame.

Why a book group on shame?
Guilt is someone feeling that they’ve done something bad, and shame is a separate emotion where people believe they are bad. Shame separates us from one another, and it’s this separation that makes shame so particularly toxic to our being.

Shame is a self-sealing proposition. As shame disconnects and silences us, our shame becomes a secret, and secrets are where our shadow and toxicity lies. The challenge with shame is the feeling itself makes it unsafe for us to share the shame with others. It erodes our trust in ourselves and others.

Learn about shame, how it manifests in your life, how it impacts your joy, and how it shapes your relationships. As a group we will learn how to work with shame in a safe and nurturing environment.

Investment: $40 for the group,
Purchase the book or check it out at the library.

Register: rootedandopen@gmail.com
Limited to 10 people.

Dates: January 28th- February 18th from 6:30-8:30pm

https://www.amazon.com/Thought-Was-Just-but-isnt/dp/1592403352/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546561179&sr=8-1&keywords=i+thought+it+was+just+me

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 Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)
Jan
24
6:30 PM18:30

Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)

TRE ® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) helps to restore balance to the body by releasing deeply stored tension. This approach will help you to manage and release the effects of stress in your body which in turn positively affects your life.
In TRE we use a series of exercises that are gentle and if needed can be modified for any body type or restriction.

A short description of TRE by Jessica Schaffer from trepdx.com 
"TRE ® activates a self-controlled, muscular tremor reflex which is the body’s natural way of re-establishing balance by discharging energy stored in the nervous system. This tremor reflex originates from the Central Nervous System and moves deep in the core of the body, spreading from the legs upward along the spine, slowly unwinding muscular holding patterns from the sacrum to the cranium. Because it is a body-based release, there is very little emotional or cognitive process that is stirred by the practice. So it is a safe and gentle way for the body to process held stress and trauma without re-triggering uncomfortable memories." 

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable stretchy clothes.

$10 cash or check at the door.

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Magical Kids (Crystals)
Jan
13
3:00 PM15:00

Magical Kids (Crystals)

Join Shanti O'Connor of Rooted&Open at The Hive for this monthly spiritual exploration class just for kids. Each month we will focus on a different magical topic like crystals, energy healing, chakras, spirit guides, angels, meditation, etc...
We will use yoga, guided meditation, art, discussion, and hands on activities to explore each topic.
This month we will explore how to connect, know, and work with crystals. Kiddos will leave understanding the properties of different crystals, what it means to work with crystals, how to work with crystals, and everything a crystal can do for a kiddo. 
Each kid will go home with his/her very own homemade crystal necklace. 
Parents are welcome to join their kiddo, but if you are comfortable dropping your kiddo off that is better.

$15 cash or check made out to Rooted&Open
Class is limited to 10 kids.
Age 5-12
Pre-register is strongly encouraged
email rootedandopen@gmail.com to reserve your spot.


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New Year Ceremony
Jan
1
6:30 PM18:30

New Year Ceremony

Start the new year off with clarity and intention. 

This is the perfect time to reflect and thoughtfully envision what you would like to welcome into your life in the year to come. As a group we will open ourselves up to receiving all that is good into our lives.Through a group journey meditation, a prayer circle and a vision board, we are putting thought and energy into things we would like to experience in the new year—-perhaps it is more self-care, travel, career success, relationship connection, inner peace, love or friendship. As we do this, we may become more clear on what our heart desires.

This night together will help us begin to expand our thinking. If we ask ourselves, “What would I want in my life if I had a magic wand?” By expanding our thinking, we start to increase our belief systems around what could be attainable. For if you do not believe you will ever achieve something, you most certainly won’t. We must be able to envision a greater life for ourselves before we can begin to take the steps to make that a reality.

Treats and tea will be served.
Sliding scale $15-20 cash, check or venmo

This class is scheduled for 2 hours, but can easily take up to 3 hours, so please plan accordingly.

Space limited to 10 people (men or women). Email rootedandopen@gmail.com to reserve your spot 
or PM Rooted&Open

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 Mama Nurture Circle (for moms w/babies)
Dec
28
10:00 AM10:00

Mama Nurture Circle (for moms w/babies)

Mama Nurture Circle is a bi weekly circle that meets ongoing from 10-12 pm in The Tree house at The Hive. This circle is open to moms with babies 1 and under. Babies are welcome to join mama in circle.
This circle is part open processing (as in each person gets to choose what she wants to share with the group), and guided discussion.
Weekly format roughly looks like a check in, short meditation to clear our mind and ground our body into the present, then we explore different topics from relationships to self-care and everything in between through discussion. Topics are chosen based on the what is most relevant to the group.
Who
This is a circle for mothers in the beginning stage of parenting who are looking to gain a deeper connection to their self as well as other women. This group is especially helpful for moms who are ready to do some internal/emotional healing and discover who she is after becoming a mom. It's about coming home to the woman she is, not the woman she was.
Why
For many women, after becoming a mom her life is devoted to her child. In this devotion there are parts of herself she loses. For others, raising a child triggers all the parts of herself that were rejected as a child and she loses herself to the pain and rage she is dealing with. Some women are so convinced that there is a "right" way to parent and are so stuck in controlling the environment around her in order to protect her child that she begins to suffer great anxiety. The struggles vary, but what is clear for most is that there is a sense of self that is lost. For many women, joining a circle of women who are really open and vulnerable can be healing, nurturing and helps women rediscover herself.
This offering fosters deep connection, vulnerability, truth, and awareness. For some it's the first radical step towards self care that can create the much needed change one is looking for.

What does a circle look like?
When in circle we put our attention on one woman to explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fulfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Circle Dates: November 2nd, 16th, and 30th and finishes on December 14th.


Investment: $80 for access to this ongoing group. Come when you can

-Babies welcome to join
-Space is limited to 10 women
-Payment plans available, please email rootedandopen@gmail.com 
to set up
-Email rootedandopen@gmail.com to register

About the Facilitator:
Shanti is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a mama of 2. She is a meditation teacher, energy worker, counselor, and a teacher. She has training in post partum and trauma that helps inform her work with moms.
She has been facilitating the Mama Nurture Circle in Bend for almost 8 years. She loves helping moms step into her deepest truth. Her approach is straight forward, compassionate, and authentic.

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Winter Spiral
Dec
21
5:00 PM17:00

Winter Spiral

Winter Spiral is a celebration of the winter solstice. The Hive is hosting this is as a donation based, drop in activity. So come when you can, enjoy some tea or hot coco, a cookie and walk through our spiral.

As you enter the Hive we will be sitting in silence in a darkened room and a candle will be lit in the center of a spiral of evergreen boughs. This candle is a symbol of life amidst the dead of winter. Each person in turn takes a candle into the center of that spiral and lights it, then places the candle along the path. The lights brighten the path for those who come after. Each person walks alone, at his or her own pace, in his or her own way.

This is a celebration of quiet confidence, of carrying light in darkness, of sharing that light with others. You are invited to attend this celebration, not only to watch, but to watch how each person is in the community of their peers. How does each person approach the candle at the center of the spiral? Are his footsteps halting or rapid? Does she stop along the way to consider each crystal and shining stone in the path before placing her candle near the way out of the spiral, or does she set it down right away and hurry on without looking back? Being a witness to this journey can be a moving experience, and adults and children alike carry away from the spiral the feelings and meaning they found within it.

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are entering the darkest days of the year. The sun is down by dinner time, and even at noon the shadows are long and slanting. Holiday preparations are in full swing, and our minds swirl with plans for gifts, meals, treats, crafts, decorations, travel, cleaning. When we look out into the natural world, we see the opposite of this constant, harried motion. The earth is growing quiet. The plants and animals are storing away food for the cold months or preparing to sink into dormancy. When the snow comes, the quiet will be even deeper.

It is no accident that so many festivals are planned for these dark days. Celebrations of light, community, sharing — these remind us to carry the gifts of summer with us into the quiet of winter. At the time of the longest night, we find joyful celebrations of returning light.

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Kids Holiday Craft
Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Kids Holiday Craft

During the Hive Holiday Market we will have a supervised craft booth from 10-12 and then again from 3-5 pm for children of all ages.
Kids can make crafts to give as gifts to their family and friends! 

Crafts include (plus wrapping)
-Make your own organic tea mix! ($2)
-Roll and decorate a beeswax candle! ($4)
-Make an ornament! ($1)
See pictures in the comments
*Cash Only Please*

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Hive Holiday Market
Dec
8
9:00 AM09:00

Hive Holiday Market

The Hive is holding it's first ever holiday market. We will have a variety of local artisans selling their wares for holiday gifts. 
This is a free event open to the public.
We'll also have a kids area so kids can make a high quality gift for friends and family.

Vendors Include:

Bend Floral Artistry
CrystallynnbySirah
Hand spun yarn 
Hand knitted ornaments
Wild Folk Flower Apothecary
Desert Rose Essentials
In Stitches by Sara
Organic Man: Ayurvedic men’s care

We’ll also have a kids holiday craft area for kids to make and take a gift for family and friends.

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Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)
Dec
4
7:00 PM19:00

Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)

This is a group class for those who know how to do TRE. new students are welcome to join too.
TRE ® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) helps to restore balance to the body by releasing deeply stored tension. This approach will help you to manage and release the effects of stress in your body which in turn positively affects your life.
In TRE we use a series of exercises that are gentle and if needed can be modified for any body type or restriction.

A short description of TRE by Jessica Schaffer from trepdx.com 
"TRE ® activates a self-controlled, muscular tremor reflex which is the body’s natural way of re-establishing balance by discharging energy stored in the nervous system. This tremor reflex originates from the Central Nervous System and moves deep in the core of the body, spreading from the legs upward along the spine, slowly unwinding muscular holding patterns from the sacrum to the cranium. Because it is a body-based release, there is very little emotional or cognitive process that is stirred by the practice. So it is a safe and gentle way for the body to process held stress and trauma without re-triggering uncomfortable memories." 

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable stretchy clothes.

$10 cash or check at the door.

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Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)
Nov
19
6:30 PM18:30

Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)

This is a group class for those who know how to do TRE. new students are welcome to join too.
TRE ® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) helps to restore balance to the body by releasing deeply stored tension. This approach will help you to manage and release the effects of stress in your body which in turn positively affects your life.
In TRE we use a series of exercises that are gentle and if needed can be modified for any body type or restriction.

A short description of TRE by Jessica Schaffer from trepdx.com 
"TRE ® activates a self-controlled, muscular tremor reflex which is the body’s natural way of re-establishing balance by discharging energy stored in the nervous system. This tremor reflex originates from the Central Nervous System and moves deep in the core of the body, spreading from the legs upward along the spine, slowly unwinding muscular holding patterns from the sacrum to the cranium. Because it is a body-based release, there is very little emotional or cognitive process that is stirred by the practice. So it is a safe and gentle way for the body to process held stress and trauma without re-triggering uncomfortable memories." 

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable stretchy clothes.

$10 cash or check at the door.

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 In Utero Documentary Screening & Professional Panel Discussion
Nov
13
7:00 PM19:00

In Utero Documentary Screening & Professional Panel Discussion

IN UTERO is a documentary examining the connection between the state of the world and prenatal life. 

IN UTERO paints a complex tapestry of the human experience from conception to birth. 

Tapping into cultural myths, popular movies, and technological trends, the film demonstrates how our experiences in utero preoccupy us throughout our lives.
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The film screening will be followed by a discussion panel of local professionals, David Lutz, Emily Wiggins, Kristen Poppert, and Alice O'Keefe 

$15.00 at the door (cash, check made out to Bend Birth Connection or Venmo)

This event is limited to 40 people

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Magical Kids (Angels)
Nov
11
2:30 PM14:30

Magical Kids (Angels)

Join The Hive and Rooted&Open for this monthly spiritual exploration class just for kids. Each month we will focus on a different magical topic like crystals, energy healing, chakras, spirit guides, angels, meditation, etc...
We will use yoga, guided meditation, art, discussion, and hands on activities to explore each topic.
This month we will explore how to connect, know, and work with arch angels and guardian angels. Kiddos will leave understanding how many angel guides they have, what it means to work with angel, how to work with angels, and everything an angel can do for a kiddo. 
$10 cash or check made out to Rooted&Open
Class is limited to 10 kids.
Age 5-12
Pre-register is strongly encouraged
email rootedandopen@gmail.com to reserve your spot.

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Nov
10
6:00 PM18:00

Grand Opening

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Have you heard of The Hive? The Hive is a holistic healing community in downtown Bend. Although we had a soft opening in May, we are ready for an official grand opening.
Please join us in introducing and welcoming The Hive into the Bend community.
Our evening will begin with an opening ceremony lead by Jennifer Lane at 6pm.
After the ceremony we will have food, non alcoholic drinks, live music by JoyRoot, a community Mandala art project and an interactive altar. We would love your presence to help us anchor in this center.

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Shine, A Woman's Group
Nov
6
6:30 PM18:30

Shine, A Woman's Group

Shine is a 4 week process group (11/6-11/27) that is open to women in any stage of life. This will be a heart centered, heart opening group that encourages vulnerability, truth and openness. It is our intention that you will go away with a deeper connection to yourself, your feelings, and your truth. 

This group will benefit women who
- want to reclaim their creativity
- desire a deeper relationship and understanding with their self
- want to find their voice
- yearn for connection and community
- are ready to share with vulnerability
- are ready to walk her own path
- want to learn how to live in truth, passion and greatness
- thrive in a nurturing healing space
- are ready to make true and lasting change
- want to ignite the fire from within and shine

Each week we will mix open processing/discussions with an art activity and/or an experiential activity desiged to integrate the collective healing work we do. 

Some benefits to group work are:
- Groups provide a safety net
- Groups help you to relate to yourself and others in a heathier way
- Groups help you find your voice
- Groups help facilitate giving a receiving support
- Groups help you realize you are not alone
- Groups provide a sounding board
- Sharing and being seen in your vulnerability can be healing
- Groups can teach you about yourself
- Groups can help propel you forward in life


Shine will be facilitated by two therapists who are passionate about and specialize in group work: 
Shanti O'Connor, MS, NCC, QHHT
www.rootedandopen.com
and
Sara Beth Feley, LMFT, YTT, CT, Cranial Sacral Therapist
www.sarabethfeley.com

Investment $140
Some insurance like Blue Cross and First Choice accepted, 
please ask because if you have insurance we can give you a form to send in for reimbursement.
A nonrefundable deposit of $50 holds your place.
Payment Plans available upon request

To secure your spot, send $50 or full payment to

Rooted&Open
205 NW Franklin Ave.,
Bend, 97701

Please inquire with questions to rootedandopen@gmail.com

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