- Full Name: Shauna Devlin
- Location: Beaver Point Hall
- Phone: 2507091921
- Expires: 19 days, 12 hours
Join Shauna Devlin and Gina Lemieux for a day of movement
with their unique offering of 5Rhythms® dance and Stand Up Paddelboarding!
July 21, 2018 ~ 10:00-5:00 ~ Salt Spring Island, BC
Cost: $110 Early Bird until June 30 l $125 after July 1
Shauna will guide you through the 5Rhythms®. Through your own unique expression you will explore the different energies and teachings of each rhythm, as they reveal how ‘energy moves in waves, waves move in patterns, and patterns move in rhythms – life is energy in motion’. You will experience how you can move with the energy that moves through you and your life.
Gina will guide you on paddleboards on the ocean where you can explore and experience the energy of the water, it will inform you and create a sense of oneness. The ocean is a great source of healing and inspiration. During our time on the water whisper your desires to the ocean, and see what inspirational guidance it has to offer you.
*No dance or paddleboarding experience necessary.
*An intro to paddleboarding will be provided by certified Paddle Canada paddleboard instructors.
*We will be paddling on relatively flat water (sorry, no big waves or surf).
*High quality paddleboards, paddles, lifejackets and leashes will be provided by South Island SUP.
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