Workshop (Berkeley): Exploring our Beauty w/ Song & Ecological Ceremony



Join us in a space created for girls and women
to intentionally reflect on our constructs of "beauty,"
be open to releasing layers of shame together
with healing song, elements from nature and ceremony.

Location: Berkeley, CA
Specific address offered after your purchase of a ticket

This workshop includes:

  • A safe place to show up, reflect and be held by others in community
  • Opening and closing song, sound healing and guided meditations
  • Ecological ceremony, incorporating natural elements to hold the space and release with
  • A visual affirmation gift
  • light refreshments

Bring if you can:

  • a yoga mat
  • your journal

Open to girls and women ages 16+

$35* | on sale until 9pm, Thursday 1/18

*If the cost is inaccessible to you, please contact us as there are some scholarship tickets available

*Please purchase tickets on time.


Guided by:


Chetna Mehta

Chetna seeks to consistently expand her awareness of self and the systems we live in. She has worked professionally as a model in the fashion/commercial industry for 15+ years and is passionate about normalizing beauty across the diverse faces, bodies and skins that we're in.

She recently completed a MA in counseling psychology from The Wright Institute and is creating more community spaces for exploratory healing with art and nature.


Katherine Piedra

Katherine sings as a way to court and connect with the human and spirit worlds. Song has brought her profound healing and a way to come back home to herself. She believes in the magic that sound and movement have on shifting the emotional body towards healing.

She is deepening her relationship to plants and is curious about how song, story, and medicine can reweave humans back into creative collaboration to the ancestors and this earth.