Beloved Members and Prospective Members Happy New Year! We are looking forward to building this lattice with you in 2018!
Sacred Lattice is excited to announce a number of events coming our way for the new year!
The Sacred Lattice Collective School is Partnering with Brown Girl Rise, Nxt LVL, She Shreds, in benefit event J20 Rally and Party 12pm-5pm All AgesRally and 6pm-2am Party (21+)
centering Women of Color. Information is below. Please Share in your networks and attend! This is the one year anniversay of the Women's March in response to the election of 45 and this event is organized by Womxn and Femmes of Color. #woctothefront
Ticket Sales- sliding scale options available
Additionally we are supporting the efforts of the Indigenous Womxn's March happening Jan 21st
Please attend and share widely
February 4th and 5th we will are proud to host Berenice Dimas, of Hood Herbalism Los Angeles California.
Self Limpia- Tradition of Self Healing with Plants These classes are 4 hour intensive classes. you can read about Berenice at http://www.berenicedimas.com
Berenice will also be offering Limpia Service in the following days after her classes are offered on Feb 6th and 7th 10am -630pm (last session at 5pm) If you are interested in scheduling time with Berenice for a personal session please email us at email@example.com with the subject LIMPIA SESSION Attn: letty and i will get back to you ASAP.
February 5th we are so honored to host Huixola: Blanca S. Villalobos - Healing and Empowerment with Dreams and Plants you can purchase tickets with this unpublished link This event is all ages and for BIPOC Sacred Lattice Member and Prospective Members only! We have limited space.
These are Special Events and member discounts are not available as we want to make sure we are paying our guests well to cover costs of travel and accommodations while they are our guests.
More to come please keep your eyes on the webpage for calendar updates and follow us on our Facebook Group
if you wish to share these events please be mindful that we work hard to center our BIPOC/Colonized communities and want to keep these spaces safe and closed.
If you have questions about whether someone is a good fit, please email us.