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Shifting from fear to love: Sacred Solstice Winter Festival 2021

A day of free community healing, connection and love creation   

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Hosted by Charlene Smith a.k.a. Queen C,
Founder of Innerverse Connect 

In partnership with the Edmonton Covid Rapid Response Collaborative, Local Artist, Spiritual teacher and Movement Facilitator, Queen C, brings to you Sacred Solstice Winter 2021.

The focus? Shifting from fear to love.

Discover local offerings and treasures while browsing our Merchant’s Marketplace, enjoy performances and collaborations by local artists, indulge in nourishing food, and bask in the embrace of community!   

Full Day Conference & Evening Celebration

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This winter solstice we invite you to thrive in the warm embrace of Sacred Self Love, Community Connection, and Divine Healing through an all-day experience like no other!

 

Shed the shackles of fear and be guided on a transformative journey that raises your consciousness, elevates your confidence and inspires love in mind, body and spirit.

 

Using movement as medicine and ancestral philosophy as guidance, spiritual leader, artist, movement facilitator and embodiment expert Charlene Smith, a.k.a. Queen C, brings to you a line up of BIPOC special guests to help deliver tools, wisdom, and experiences that elevate your intuition and inspire SelfLove.

 

Move past limiting beliefs and raise your vibration to improve your holistic health, attract abundance, and shift from FEAR to LOVE.


Learn how to build resilience, master your manifestations and cultivate compassion through holistic healing workshops and sacred rituals.


All this and more are to be soaked up and enjoyed by you and your family (ages 12+) for FREE! (Donations graciously accepted.)


Join us after the day of workshops for a night of celebration and continued elevation! Our Speakeasy & Dance segment will be hosted by the incredible Nasra Adem, leader of Black Arts Matters, the evening features a well-curated showcase of YEG femme talent including spoken word, music, and dancing!

 

To cap off the night, DJ Vishus will spin some urban beats to celebrate your shift and immerse you within the passion and creative energy! (Ages 18+ after 8pm)

Location: North West Edmonton Warehouse (address sent out to registrants via email) 

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Health & Safety Regulations:

 

Please note that we will have the exemptions program in effect for the day and ask that everyone wear masks in between classes and activities. Please send an email to charlene@innerverseconnect.ca if you have any questions or concerns about this!

 

Verification of one of the following: 

* Proof of vaccination; or

* Proof of a negative privately-paid test result from a sample that is taken within the prior 72 hours, or

* An original (non-copied) medical exception letter.

Costco offers Rapid tests for $16.99 

Book your spot NOW to ensure you get in!

 
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Charlene
(Queen C) Smith

is a renowned movement facilitator here in the city of Edmonton. Known for her tribal movement ceremonies and energy alignment yoga classes, Charlene is determined to cure depression and anxiety by expanding our identity to include that of the divine while tuning into the innate intelligence of the body. Using movement as medicine and ancestral philosophy to guide our understanding, join Queen C for an experience of calibrating to your inner knowing and connecting to your higher self. 

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Nasra Adem

NASRA is a queer genderfluid Oromo/Somali actor, poet, musician and movement artist based in Amiskwaciywaskahikan (Edmonton) on Treaty 6 territory. Nasra acts as Director/Founder of  Black Arts Matter- Alberta’s interdisciplinary Black Arts platform, and Creative director at Hip Hop in the Park Foundation. They were a former Youth Poet Laureate of Edmonton and a co-recipient of the Bp Nichols National Chapbook Award for their debut chapbook A God Dance in Human Cloth. Their latest work includes their EP “Salve”, a unique blend of herbal medicine, genre bending poetics and bass driven sound. And DNAPLAY; a veneration of Black queer routine as ritual through storytelling, film, movement and music premiering February 2022. No matter the form it takes NASRA’s he(art)work continuously centres the joy, autonomy and freedom of Black/Indigenous Peoples everywhere.

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D'orjay
The Singing Shaman

"I have been taught by several master healers/shaman within different lineages including completing the medicine wheel at the Light Body School of Shamanic Energy Medicine (The Four Winds Society) and training to become a Pranic healer.

I believe that a shaman’s learning is never done and have been continuously studying new techniques of energy work to offer my clients. Besides these practices, submerging myself and encouraging my clients in creative/artistic expression has become a fundamental cornerstone of my/their healing work. I continue to allow my creative endeavours to flourish as a way to keep pushing myself through fears, limiting beliefs and experiences, a way to connect with you all and hopefully inspire you to express whatever beautiful commentary may be laying dormant within you. "

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Pacha Bravo

 "Traditional Peruvian therapist and audiovisual artist from Cusco, Peru in 1976. Operator of Peruvian healing ceremonies. Director of Pachamama School for shamanic studies. Through my exploration of arts, I have a history of 19 years of cultural activity in different countries such as Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia, Israel and now in Canada studying the magic of the indigenous cultures of this country representing Makiwan Arts & Communication Centre from Peru, for arts I manage different techniques, which range from music production, video edition, live music performance to video mapping projection for main stages and small artistic productions."

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