Full Moon Jan 19 & 20 Prema in San Francisco

 

LIVING YOUR JOY

Finding Your Joy!

Dharma & Dance with Prema Dasara

Notice: Early bird pricing for this workshop has been extended to January 9, 2019. Act now to reserve your place in Prema Dasara’s first workshop of the year.

Work with the radiant power of the Enlightened Feminine and the deep insight of the Clear Light Mind.

Connect with Prema Dasara and the Tara sacred dance community as we come out of the darkness of winter. Use the Super Wolf Full Moon Eclipse energy of the weekend to set your intentions for the new year.

In this workshop Prema will  focus on using life’s challenges for awakening and will teach dances relevant to our discussions. As we dance the mudras and movements we are inspired, to connect with the inner wisdom mind of our dancing bodies.

Join us as we work with Protectress Dukkar to experience  this powerful aspect of Tara’s enlightened mind.

Prema Dasara is the founder of Tara Dhatu and the creator of the Mandala Dance of the 21 Praises of Tara. Using the vehicles of sacred song and dance, Prema has traveled throughout the world in dedicated service to humanity. Her purpose has been to inspire and uplift, inviting everyone to experience the power of their own human potential through sacred music and dance.

Participants in her workshops benefit from her many years of study and practice on the spiritual path. Her joy, exuberance, and clarity draw you into heart-full participation in practices that can lead to a direct experience of the divine feminine.

Please wear comfortable clothes to move in, layered for temperature changes. Goddess attire is welcomed. No indoor shoes needed. Bring water. This workshop is indoors.

This is a two day workshop event
10:30 am to 6:30 pm both Saturday and Sunday
January 19th& 20th2019.
At Fort Mason Center in San Francisco

$180 for weekend early bird price before January 9, 2019.
$210 after January 9 2019.

You can reserve your place by paying with Paypal at this link:
https://paypal.me/taraworkshop
Pay $186 includes paypal fees before January 9, 2019
Pay $217 includes paypal fees after January 9, 2019.

Or, avoid the fee by mailing your check for $180 by Jan. 9 or $210 after Jan. 9 to
Lori Ingram
PO box 834
Sebastopol, CA 95473

For registration questions contact:
Lori Ingram
lorijane_99@yahoo.com
(707) 217-0418

For other questions, contact:
Barbara Patton
barbarapatton@icloud.com
650-291-0966

Finding Your Joy Workshop will be held at
Fort Mason Center
Room 230 Building C
2 Marina Blvd.
Fort Mason
San Francisco, CA 94123

The room is located on the 2nd floor of Building C. There is an elevator. The best place for people to park is on the east side of building C (between buildings C and D). You will need to note your space number and pay at one of the parking meters.

There will be a break for lunch each day. There are restaurants onsite and a Safeway across the street. You can also bring a lunch. Parking is $15 per day and is on site.
Allow time for on site $15 per day parking. For more parking info go to https://fortmason.org/visit/

To find out more about Prema Dasara and Tara Dhatu, go to Taradhatu.org

Hotel Suggestions 

Seaside Inn (near Fort Mason)

1750 Lombard St. – San Francisco, CA 94123

(415) 921-1842 or sfseasideinn.com

 

Buena Vista Motor Inn (near Fort Mason)

1599 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California 94123

(415) 923-9600 or  www.buenavistamotorinn.com

Price I got for Jan. 19, 2019 $138.33

Comfort Inn by the Bay (near Fort Mason)

2775 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109

(415) 928-5000 or http://www.sanfranciscocomfortinn.com

Holiday Inn Golden Gateway (Van Ness and California)

1500 Van Ness Ave.  San Francisco, CA, 94109

(415) 441-4000

https://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/san-francisco/sfogg/hoteldetail

Hotel Zephyr (Fisherman’s Wharf)

250 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94133-1216

(415) 690-2405 or https://www.hotelzephyrsf.com

The Marker (Union Square)

501 GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102

(844) 736.2753

https://www.jdvhotels.com/hotels/california/san-francisco/the-marker-san-francisco

 Contact Barbara Patton for more info