Loving Connection Ceremony
Friday, May 15, 2020
7:30 – 9:15 pm
Zoom call! Registration limited to 30 participants
This ritual will be an uplifting and transformative experience designed to heal, awaken, and open your bodies energy system, especially the heart!
This ritual is modeled after the neo-tantric practice of Puja. Puja is the sanskrit word used to describe a ritual of honoring and connecting with Divine Essence, both in yourself and in others.
This evening will utilize the “zoom break-out room” format. Members will move between the large group and smaller “zoom rooms” of 2, 3 or 4 participants. With step-by-step facilitation, participants are given the opportunity to learn and practice neo-tantric skills, and to connect through practices such as eye gazing, breathing exercises, verbal sharing, and sacred self-touch.
When we share from that place of honoring each other’s hearts, bodies, and souls, something deep inside of us is fed.
In this puja you will be invited to step into sacred space so that together we might create the possibility of deep healing, nurturing, and joy together, even in these times of physical distance.
This will not be recorded, and we require that no one records any of it or takes screen shots. No sexual activity.
You can participate as a single or couple or small group.
About Kim Keller:
Kim Keller is a Certified Tantra Educator and Intimacy Coach, as well as Co-Organizer of Oregon Tantra Festival. Kim lives in Ashland, OR, with her partner, Jimmy Nacey. She specializes in working with women, men and couples looking for more pleasure, joy and intimacy in their sexuality, and utilizing that juicy energy to inspire and enliven their everyday life.
As a on-one-one coach, group facilitator, keynote speaker and workshop presenter, Kim has over 30 years experience as a counselor and coach, and is driven by her strong commitment and passion in the support and service of others as they discover and reclaim their own deep sensual and sexual nature as a critical part of overall health, wellness and vitality.
About Amara Karuna:
Amara lives in Eugene and on the Big Island of Hawaii, and has studied alternative healing since 1978. Amara has studied and practiced Re-evaluation Co-counseling, a method of peer counseling since 1983, teaching it 5 years. In 1989, she developed her own approach to peer counseling, called Holistic Peer Counseling integrating many ideas from RC with spiritual meditation practices, psychic healing, breath work and body centered techniques.
She began studying Tantra and Sacred Spot work, a method of sexual healing, on Maui in 2003, and has since studied 6 different methods of pelvic bodywork.
She has taught Sacred Pelvic Healing Work for men and women, and led Tantra Pujas since 2007.
Amara developed Heartbeat Nurturing Therapy, a method of healing the inner infant-self using cradling, hypnotic induction and suckling to address emotional issues stemming from lack of breast feeding & loving closeness as an infant. She is the author of “Heartbeat Nurturing Therapy- Healing Our Hearts Together.”