Sat, Jun 10|
Children's Mesa East II Jun 10
The prerequisite to take this class is the first Munay Ki class - Bands of Power. This is a series of classes meeting every 2 months for a total of 8 classes.
Time & Location
Jun 10, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Melbourne, 2299 Sarno Rd Suite B, Melbourne, FL 32935, USA
About the Event
$50 person-per class / 4 hrs The prerequisite to take this class is the first Munay Ki class - Bands of Power.
This is a series of classes meeting every 2 months for a total of 8 classes. Student must attend all 8 classes to complete this course.
This beautiful class is an extension of Children’s Munay Ki classes - your children will create a “ white light healing bundle” a children’s Mesa!
This Angelic class will focus on connecting deeply with: Angels, Cosmos, Mother Earth, Plants, Animals and Self. 🙏
The benefits of this class are:
~ Your child will attain a deep understanding of their own divinity.
~ Your child will attain a deep connection to the world around them.
~ Your child will learn to shift out of every day issues and burdens with the Medicine Wheel.
~ Your child will be gifted the power of the Q'ero shamans so the can begin at a young age to work in the energetic.
Supply List for class:
- Mesa cloth 30"x30"
- 3 stones
- Florida Water
- Bring a snack & water
- Wear black
- Wear Pi Stone
Michelle Golden Sun Rising was directly called by Spirit onto the Medicine Wheel Path in 2007, studying under her Master Teacher, Debra Willow Fire Woman, is a Full Mesa Carrier and lifelong empathic practitioner. Growing up within the cultures of the Red Road, Sun has dedicated 3 decades to cultivating knowledge and experiences in order to become the Shamanic Practitioner that she is today. Sun focuses on providing quality spiritual services, as well as pioneering the Children's Medicine Wheel course. Helping people to remember during the Great Awakening is her greatest honor.
Class Refund Policy: Refunds for classes will be made when canceled at least 24 hours prior to the class.
In-Person Children's Mesa