Rattle-Making with Adhi Moonien Two Owls
Saturdays, September 10 and 17, 2011 from 2 to 6pm, at Radiance in Lancaster
In this two-part workshop participants will learn how to make a rawhide rattle from beginning to end. This workshop is for those who want to develop deeper shamanic skills and knowledge.
The first day of the workshop will cover instruction on the parts of the rattle, the materials used to create the bulb, sewing and creating of your rawhide form. We will take several shamanic journeys to find guidance about our personal rattles. This first portion of the rattle needs to dry so. During the week between classes, you will find your handle and materials to put in it.
When we meet again for the second day of the workshop, we will work on the actual assemblage of these parts into a working rattle. During this section of the workshop we will dedicate the rattle for its purpose, fill it, and attach the handle.
Also covered in the workshop will be ways to work with your rattle and techniques for the care of your rattle.
All the materials will be provided except the handle and whatever you will put inside your rattle.
Bring to class: Your journal and a yoga mat and/or blanket to sit on
Class will be held at Radiance, 9 W Grant St, Lancaster, PA, across the cobblestones from Central Market. Stop in or phone 717-290-1517 to register. Cost is $85.00 in advance, $95 on the day of the class.
Adhi has been studying the rattle as a tool for transformation for almost 20 years. She draws from many different teachers and their wisdom. Adhi is an accomplished artist, energy worker, Radiesthesiologist (vibrational dowser), and researcher. Her primary area of study is sacred objects, ritual items, magical tools and the temple sciences that guide them. She has spent that last 2 decades understanding deeper patterns and energies that make them work. Adhi's formal training is from the Kansas City Art Institute. Other training is in Bio-geometry, Reiki, Shamanism, Buddhism, and advanced energy sciences. Adhi travels and teaches all over the world.