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Sat Apr 28,  7:00 pm     (Gates open 6:30)
Led by Cochise Baca & Paul Temple
Double Rainbow Ranch, 6541 N63rd St, Niwot, CO 80503

 Fire ceremony allows for rapid transformation. Fire provides the avenue to let go of the old story and drama, to transform, forgive, to renew and be reborn. Through fire ceremony, we honor our lessons and old belief structures by placing them in the fire and releasing them to Spirit. By releasing these old patterns and beliefs into the fire, we heal deeply at the core of the soul.

Before coming to the fire ceremony, find a small stick in nature - perhaps one that calls to you. Make an offering (tobacco/prayer) before you pick up the stick. Ask permission from the stick and Mother Earth if you can take the stick for your offering of release at the sacred fire ceremony. With this stick you will create an offering to give away to the sacred fire to be burnt. We sometimes call this stick a "spirit arrow" or "death arrow" representing an issue or something you want to let go of. 

With your stick/arrow we will take a pinch of tobacco and a strip of cloth and wrap the tobacco around the stick. Each tobacco wrap represents a particular attachment, emotion, road block, spirit block, health block, prosperity block, whatever it is you wish to release to the sacred fire. More will be explained at the ceremony on the importance and significance of wrapping the tobacco. 

Da'anzho (it is good)
My name, Cochise Baca, was given to me by my grandmother who was Mescalero Apache. While I have Apache ancestry from both my mother and father, I do not represent the Apache Nation. I only represent myself and my family. I practice many native teachings and have many native teachers. All My Relations are my teachers - from my four year old son to the Chief of my family. We look forward to seeing and praying with you at the ceremony.  ~ Cochise

Spirit stick / strips of cloth in colors you choose
Drum & shakers
Your kiddos
Drinking water & snacks
Blankets for kids if needed
Offering:  $10 - $20 at gate


6541 N63rd St, Niwot, CO 80503      

Saturday, May 19,   2 - 4pm
Come Drum!!
Drum Class/Rhythm Circle
with Abdoul Doumbia from Mali
Double Rainbow Ranch, 6541 N 63rd St, Niwot, CO 80503 

Join master drummer Abdoul Doumbia and Tober Schorr as they go through the fundamentals of hand drumming and West African rhythm. This class is an introduction to basic drumming technique for anyone who has the desire to connect with others through rhythm. We will not only drum, but also share perspectives on the cultural uses of drumming music in Mali and how we can apply that knowledge here in America. Abdoul and Tober share a deep relationship as teacher and student and offer complementary teaching styles blending West African and American backgrounds and experiences. We look forward to drumming with you.
The class will be taught from the perspective of djembe, but all hand drums are welcome. Come drum with us!  

  $15 suggested class price /  Sliding Scale: $10 - $25
 We look forward to drumming with you!
www.facebook.com/tober.schorr     www.facebook.com/abdoul.doumbia



63rd Street Yoga Studio
Inner Flow Yoga with Kerry Temple-Wood, CYI

Tues ~ 9 - 11am
Women's Sanctuary: Menopause, Mid life & Beyond

 *Wed ~ 9 - 10:30am
Wisdom Yoga: Mindful embodied practice

 Fri ~ 10 - 11:30 am
Women's Sanctuary: Strength & Softness

 *Sat ~ 9:00 - 10:30am
Wisdom Yoga: Mindful embodied practice

Kerry provides a true moment of sanity in a world that pulls us in so many directions-an opportunity is shared to focus,  balance,  center and quiet our minds, our spirit and  calm the soul.  ~ M. McSweeney

Mixed level classes – All are welcome  
303-818-0519        www.63rdstreetyoga.com


6541 N 63rd St,  Niwot, CO 80503
From Boulder, take the
Diagonal Hwy NE towards Niwot.  At the lights at 63rd Street (near Gunbarrel), go left (North). We are 1.25 miles up on the left side. An old farm with red fences: look for the rainbow flag.  303-516-1004