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Date: March 21, 2020-
Location: On Line (from Egypt) - REGISTER BY MARCH 21, 2020

  • Spring Equinox & Mother’s Day Promotion:  In these times of great stress and isolation it is even more important to connect to nature, find our natural rhythm and create community, even if virtually.
    Dancing down the moon online commDancing Down the Moon is an online community devoted to keeping the ancient practice of honoring the moon alive.   Each month there are recorded ceremonies on the dark and full moons that can be done in the privacy of your own home, your sacred space. In the ceremonies we use all the tools in our toolbox astrology, archetypes, journaling, guided visualization and movement for our own enlightenment and to celebrate the moon in all her phases. In addition to the two recorded ceremonies, there is one live gathering towards the end of the cycle where all the women in the community can come together to share, discuss and process the months illuminations. 
    Join Leslie and a circle of women to gather at these auspicious moments to re-member the ancient practices long forgotten. 
    In honor of the spring equinox (the Astrological New Year) and Mother’s Day (in many countries around the world); Leslie has created a special gift.

    Register before March 22nd and all new subscribers will receive their first month free!    You can choose to ONLY do the first month or continue by subscribing. 


    To register go to:  http://bit.ly/DancingDowntheMoon

    Your Facilitator:   Writer Leslie Zehr teaches Sacred Dance, helping women reconnect to the sacred feminine. She is also the host of the Sacred Dance Summit, as well as being an aromatherapist, hypnotherapist, reiki master and astrologer. She has published two books, “The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer” and “The Al-chemia Remedies: Vibrational Essences from Egyptian Flowers and Sacred Sites”. Her workshops have been attended by hundreds of women of different nationalities and taken her from Cairo and ancient Egyptian temples along the Nile River to studios and centers in New York, Maine, Maryland, Arizona, Washington, Puerto Rico and now to an online platform the Universal Dancer Temple of the Sacred Arts.  Through dance, Leslie retells the archetypal stories, taking women back through time to the essence of their being, initiating and unlocking the esoteric wisdom buried deep within their psyche.