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Full Moon Breathwork at BAX's "Submerge 2017: Break Time" Festival

  • MINKA brooklyn 1120 Washington Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11225 United States (map)

'Full Moon Intentions'
Presented by MINKA brooklyn
November 4, 2017, 12-5pm

Sliding scale admission varies
Presented as part of 'Submerge 2017: Break Time,' curated by Ali Rosa-Salas

Spend the day partaking in an array of restorative healing modalities at MINKA brooklyn. 

Pranayama Breathwork is an incredibly powerful, effective self-healing practice that releases trauma, stored pain, emotional blocks, and stuck energy in the body. Breathwork is a fast and easy way to get clarity about a situation, release old programs and patterns, and restore your physical, emotional and spiritual body to a state of wholeness. In the circle, we will discuss the themes of the Full Moon and the energies it brings. During the session, I will hold space for you and support your journey with love, essential oil blends, palo santo, sweetgrass and Reiki (2 hour group session). 

$20-$40 sliding scale admission


We are concerned with the expectation to bounce back, the practice of checking in, the call to take care.
How do you sound when you break?
What does it feel like to pay grief its rightful dues?
We want to know how you are doing.

Break Time brings together healing practitioners, visual and performing artists in a network of support and contemplation around grief. A transformative process that we all inevitably encounter, grief breaks and makes conceptions of our very being and the sensorial phenomena of time, memory and permanence. Break Timeproposes that healing is an interdependent practice, and that no loss is too small to mourn.

The festival will feature performances directed by Jonathan Gonzalez; an evening of round robin musical duets curated by Taja Cheek; a community bike ride hosted by bklyn boihood and LifeCycle Biking; sliding-scale healing modality sessions by MINKA brooklyn; and a grief work seminar and brunch facilitated by Natalie Sablon of Harriet’s Apothecary. Throughout the festival, Multiple Sides of the Bed, a visual art exhibition curated by Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., will be on view.