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



Join us in a space created for self-identified women
to intentionally reflect on our constructs of "beauty,"
be open to releasing layers of shame,
and heal some together
amidst healing sounds and natural elements.

Location: Berkeley, CA
Specific address offered with ticket

This workshop includes:

  • safe place to show up, reflect and be held by others
  • Opening and closing sound healing and guided meditations
  • Ecological ceremony (incorporating natural elements to hold the space and release with)
  • Light refreshments

+ Bring a yoga mat & journal, if you can

Open to all ages.

Tickets: $25 | on sale until 9pm, August 16.


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Guided by:

Chetna Mehta is a mixed media artist and a student of psychology. Themes in her art include feminine goddess energy, self-care and oneness with Mother Earth. She's worked professionally in the commercial fashion industry for 15 years, and is currently completing a Master's in counseling psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley. She's facilitated creative workshops with teenagers in a school-based setting and with women as part of a resistance movement.


Katherine Piedra 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.