Calendar of Events

New Moon Sound & Movement with Eden
Mon, Dec 14
Zoom
Dec 14, 7:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST
Zoom
Join in for an evening of New Moon beginnings, sound healing and movement led by Eden Hakimzadeh. Donation Based. Invite a friend and enjoy!
Connect + Expand Membership January 2021
Fri, Jan 01
Zoom
Jan 01, 2021, 7:00 PM
Zoom
Connect + Expand Membership is a way to be creatively involved in your wellbeing, mindfulness, and self-expression. Each membership month will be informed by the season's natural rhythms and the offerings will help you grow and cultivate in alignment with nature and your spirit.
Ritual & Reiki for Grounding Strength with Ashley (Members)
Date TBD
Zoom
Date TBD
Zoom
Join Ashley for a group ritual and reiki for strength in preparation of the full moon. This session will also work with concepts that will be taught in the Root Chakra Session with Eden. Enroll in Connect + Expand Membership to join and receive goodies!
Lunar Sessions (Members)
Date TBD
Zoom
Date TBD
Zoom
Flow with La Luna with movement, meditation and music. More details coming soon! Enroll in Connect + Expand Membership to join and receive goodies!
Root Chakra Exploration with Eden (Members)
Date TBD
Zoom
Date TBD
Zoom
Find your grounding and nourish your roots with movement and understanding. Enroll in Connect + Expand Membership to join and receive supplemental Root Chakra materials!
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    Kassandra Ruiz

    Artist & Designer

    My name is Kassandra but peeps call me Kaly. I am an illustrator, plant enthusiast, and Graphic Designer, making things in a tiny studio in San Antonio, TX. 

    I love doodling and sometimes, if the energy is right, they end up here and eventually with you. I’ve spent my life documenting through doodling what I see, hear, feel, and experience and it mostly stems from a deep connection with this big ol' planet and I. Its extremely important that my doodles represent my truth, my culture, and my values, so every time you support my dream and purchase a piece, you take a little piece of my story with you.

    Thank you for your support, one day I hope to have the words to express what it means to me.

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    Eden Hakimzadeh

    Yoga & Creative Arts Facilitator

    Hi! My name is Eden Hakimzadeh and I am a yoga & creative arts facilitator. My yoga asana practice started over 12 years ago during a lonely winter in Detroit. More recently, my practice has deepened through exploring intuitive movement and mindfulness as a ritual practice.

     

    In 2013, I ended my relationship with birth control and started tracking my cycle via the Rhythm Method. Through journaling my experience and exploring herbalism for menstrual cycle pain, I learned that my body and mind go through cycles that help me navigate both my internal and external atmospheres. After tracking my physical and emotional pattern, I can now extend a compassionate curiosity to my deepest emotional patterns like grief, joy, and depression. Self-study and self-care can only take me so far. Community and collective healing are channels to reversing intergenerational trauma and restoring ancestral and intuitive wisdom.

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    Irma Garcia

    Certified Sex Educator and Founder of Dirty South Sex Ed

    Irma is a certified sex educator in Texas and client services manager at Jane’s Due Process, where she helps Texas minors exercise their reproductive rights to an abortion. Prior to joining the JDP team, she was an sexual health and abortion counselor at a local Austin clinic, as well as a birth doula. Now as the sexpert on staff, her focus is to connect the harm of sex-negative anti-abortion rhetoric into a wider sex-positive reproductive justice framework where marginalized people are not shamed and robbed of their autonomy. She believes that when Black, Indigenous, and other people of color experience pleasure on their own terms, it’s an act of protest, but most importantly--self-care. 

  • Isabel Ann Castro

    Visual Artist & Zine Maker

    Isabel Ann Castro (she/her) is a visual artist and zine maker from the southside of San Antonio, Texas and has a BFA in Communication Design from Texas State University. Isabel co-founded St. Sucia, a DIY, international Latina/x feminist magazine that collected, curated, and published contemporary writing and art. She co-organizes San Anto Zine Fest and is a zine librarian, pushing a rasquache library made out of a yellow shopping cart. Isabel spins with Chulita Vinyl Club San Anto as Bueno Kitty and collects Tejano Conjunto music from 1940-1980 in order to archive, preserve and share history and culture through corridos.