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Denise's Studio 
170 Mountain Ave
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Helene Rein 

Heart of Reimagining
October 1-3, 2021   Sonoma, CA 

Personally and collectively this is the time of soulfully re-imagining how we are living and relating. Habitual styles of feeling, perception, and action become second nature, but they keep us in a narrow limited version of ourselves and our world.

We see through the literal world to its soul qualities when we develop imagination of the heart. This brings healing into what sometimes appears to be a soulless world. When soul gifts awaken, your life comes alive and your creative adventure in the world blooms.

In the inquiry of Continuum, we engage gentle breathing, primordial sounding and a multi-faceted movement range that is soulful, dynamic, and subtle. We explore the intelligent dynamics of the elements—water, air, fire, earth, and space—in our bodies. Our inherent experiential connection to the wild breathing planetary body deepens. 

Once the heart-mind awakens, you are fueled with a special longing that will never again let you linger in the lowlands of complacency and partial fulfillment. Come deepen your connection to heartfelt imagination, clarity, kindness, and love to guide your way.



This event takes place in the home of Denise and Ken Martini. We are using their living room, bathrooms, kitchen, etc. They request that those attending have received a Covid vaccine. 

If we need to cancel the workshop for Covid related reasons, we will refund the amount paid, minus a $50 admin fee.

Registration closes when full or on September 26th, 2021

When registering, please put a check mark in the "permission to email" box — otherwise our event related emails can not be sent to you (see example circled in red in the screenshot below):

Susan Harper has been teaching and contributing to the evolution Continuum since 1975. She has the ability to transmit a primal and spiritual fluidity that inspires participation resulting in embodied innovative discoveries. Hubert Godard, Lama Drimed, John O'Donohue and Michael Meade inspire this theme.