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May 25, 2024
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Queens Caravan Tour comes to Ashland!!

The Queens Caravan Spiritual Walkabout Tour is coming to Ashland for one day!

With Jan Jorgensen and Claire Sierra

We are coming to sit in Circle with the women in Ashland. Let’s find inspiration in learning ways to power up our happiness, the ability to speak up and become queens in our own lives. We are non-denominational and will bring the processes of the Divine Feminine: Meditation, journaling, sharing in an intimate circle at the Haven on May 8, 2024. Get some tea and meet with us.

• Vibrational Activations with Sound: remember your Divinity to embody and express your unique Essence in Leadership
• Tools to Walk the Magdalene Path in Feminine Grace, Ease & Flow
• Meditations + Sound Healing – Voice Release to Empower Your True Voice
• Remember the Joy of Community Connection in Sisterhood

Let’s meet in Sacred Circle and experience sound healing instruments to explore the expansion of your vibrational field, led by Vibrational Educator Jan Jorgensen. (Blissful!)
Discover simple yet profound tools for awakening the Path of the Feminine with meditation, body centered practices, through rediscovered Magdalene wisdom, with author, Claire Sierra. (Uplifting!)

This is an exquisite moment to gather, grow and glow within the Sacred container of soul sisterhood. Meet us as we stop in your town (one night only!) on our Queens Caravan Spiritual Walkabout Tour #5.

Presenters:
Jan Jorgensen RN, CMP, PHN, PhD, Minister created the Queens Caravan Tour to help women find their Voice. She is an inspirational educator, Visionary, Art teacher, with a background in Nursing, Television, Radio and she is a leader in the Divine Feminine movement. Soundandlighthealingarts.com
Claire Sierra, MA, LFT Art Therapist and author/founder of The Magdalene Path ™, owner of Spa Sanctuary and the Balch Hotel in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.

Date & Time:

May 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Cost:

$30

The Haven

142 East Main
Ashland, 97520

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