Sacred Spaces: Creating an Ancestral Altar with Ana Murray - November 6th, 6:30 - 8:00PM PT

$33

Have you always wanted to work with altars, but want to do it with reverence and don't know where to start?

In this workshop, Ana Murray teaches about altar consecration and gives a beginner's introduction to spirit work and the creation of sacred spaces.

Ana starts off with an introduction to her lineage and what her teachings are based on. Then she outlines the history of altars and their various meaning

Students learn the do's and don’ts of creating a sacred space, as well as how to consecrate the altar space.

This beginner's guide to altar work explains the logistical pieces like the significance of choosing space, the direction of the altar, and what items go on an altar space.

This class takes place online. Live attendance is encouraged, but we understand life happens. There will be a video replay for those pre-registered students unable to attend.

How to access the Zoom Link + Video Replay: You will receive a link upon registration to access the live class zoom link, video replay, and class materials through our online secure learning platform, Thinkific.

Ana Del Rosario Murray, AMFT, Spiritual Provider & Clinical Herbalist Student I am Salvadorian/Pipil Indigenan a Latina woman, born and raised in South San Francisco California. I am a mother to three wonderful young boys. I am the first generation in my family to graduate from college with a master’s degree. A Therapist by profession, Clinical Herbalist (student) by tradition, and I have been practicing and participating in spirit work and herbalism for most of my life. Through my family and community teachings I have learned and stayed a humble student within herbalism and spirit work; taking the teachings of my family, and spiritual workers within my community and using these teachings within my life. I have been actively engaged in Candle work/spiritual work and consultation for over 15 years on my own. I am heavily influenced by indigenous practices passed down by family (mother and grandmother), Catholicism, and Santeria. Although I am not a member of the Santeria community, I have been educated by ordained madrinas on their practices, and I have woven those teachings into the spiritual work that I do today. My family is of Salvadorian descent where they lived a very humble life applying their indigenous teachings taught to them by our ancestors around plant medicine, ritual work, and spirit work. My family at times barely being able to afford the most basic of needs utilized plants and rituals/ceremonies as medicine, because that’s all they had and needed; the land and our ancestors always provided with what was needed. I grew up hearing from my mom and grandmother, “doctors don’t know anything, here now, take this tea”, which is why I have always approached healing through plants (for the physical form) and candle work (for my spirit). So, I was taught the power of plant medicine from a very young age, being taught its power in treating illnesses, and their magical properties/wonderous ability to be used in spiritual work and healing rituals. I learned about candle rituals from a young age as well and was taught that you can use infused oils and herbs to increase the potency of candle rituals. When I moved away from home, I began to really dive into candle work as a way to continue these practices on my own, and hand these traditions to my children. I am very passionate about candle work and herbalism, and my hope is to aid in the education of others in this form of healing and pass on teachings that instill strength, increase well-being/ wellness, aid in a general understanding of the work and culture, and create deep respect for the traditions being taught by people who came before us. My goal is also to increase safety as this work is real and one should always take extreme caution when participating in spirit work. Most importantly one must always approach all spirit work as humble students willing to engage in a deep process of the understanding of other people’s cultura/culture and cultural beliefs and always paying homage to those who came before us.

- Registration is required for online classes. Please note that we will close online registrations an hour before the start of the class.

- This class takes place live online. Live attendance is encouraged, but we understand life happens. 

How to access the Zoom Link + Video Replay: You will receive a link upon registration to access the live class zoom link, video replay, and class materials through our online secure learning platform, ThinkificPlease check your spam folder if you have not received it and email us.

- Please make sure to register with an active email address.

- You have the option to hide your video at any time during the live class.

- It’s important that you stay muted unless asking a question at an appropriate time.

- It may take some time to get the technology working on your end. Downloading the Zoom app is recommended. And watch these Zoom instructional videos: Joining a meeting and Testing your audio settings.

Our team members and teachers are committed to serving our community in those difficult times by providing affordable online classes.

Please note that our online classes are non-refundable and no class credits will be issued in case of cancellation.

We thank you for your understanding and support.

We would love to hear from you! Please contact us here with any questions or give us a call between 11-7 PST at 415-821-0997. We can fill orders for you over the phone as well as online. 

Thank you for your love and support! 

xo Scarlet Sage

CONTÁCTENOS

¡Nos encantaría saber de ti! Por favor contáctenos aquí con cualquier pregunta o llámenos entre las 11-7 PST al 415-821-0997. Podemos completar pedidos por teléfono y en línea.

¡Gracias por su amor y apoyo!

xo Scarlet Sage

 

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