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Sunday, August 30 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Rainbow Prayer Flag Making LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

What to expect:
A new and unique project to heal and inspire. Rainbow Prayer Flags are inspired by traditional Tibetan Prayer Flags and the idea that each prayer or blessing is not meant for the gods, but for all life on Earth.

*Some sessions might use strobe lights, some are silent, and yet others are very loud. Step aside if you personally find either of these experiences uncomfortable.

What to bring:
Please bring a water bottle, warm socks, yoga mat, writing journal, and pen.
If part of your practice, you may also bring seat cushion, blanket, mala beads (for self or for exchange) 

Part of our festival’s connection tradition includes exchanging gifts or items that you bring to the festival. (rocks, stones, bead bracelets, etc.)

Experience level:
All ages and experience levels welcomed.

If the session has a theme of silent meditation or sound healing, please help us maintain the quiet atmosphere and decorum. 

Things to consider:
The season is Spring which means the weather is still a bit unpredictable. Please dress in layers.

Please silence your phones at all times and step to the back of the room if you need to engage with it. We would however recommend an unplugged experience if you are able.

The festival brings a multitude of experiences and packs a tight schedule. We encourage you to take breaks as needed. Remember to stay hydrated and please connect with festival volunteers if you have questions.


Speakers
avatar for Jen Luton

Jen Luton

Artist, Drunken Forest Tie Dye
Jen is called to share this healing art project and help your creative side come out to play. She operates a tie dye business based in Alaska and is a firm believer in the therapeutic powers of colors.  


Sunday August 30, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm PDT
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