Mz. imani (aka MamaMojo) heads up the Ceremony and Healing components of HOUSA. She brings her practice of experiential and eclectic collective ceremony and ritual as a tool of connecting and listening and responding to the pulse of spirit.
From Opening Circle to the Closing Circle, HOUSA creates opportunities for us all to gather our presence and see with out physical eyes who we are as a community. Workshops, Circles and body work sessions support the conversations and experiences of the Handpans role in Ceremony and Healing.
Audrey Rowan, returns to head up the team of Healers who wish to share their gifts at HOUSA. More info soon, about how this will be expressed and explored at HOUSA 2016