$35.00 – $40.00
Join us for this very special astrology and yoga under the Super Blue Moon event on March 31, 2018. We will begin with an astrology forecast then flow into a 60 minute vinyasa & yin based practice. The energy of March’s powerful libra moon will allow us to seek balance, let go of old energy and create space for new beginnings. The farm food truck will be open, as well. Read more about It below!
For this very special Full Moon event, Rachael Middleton and Giana Gambino will be focusing their energies on the current moon phase to provide a relaxing and insightful experience at Three Sisters Farm.
Rachael Middleton, one of the original three sisters and an astrologer, will start off the evening with a detailed astrological forecast. Immediately following, there will be a 60 minute moon-based flow, suitable for all levels.
After receiving Rachael’s message, we will set new intentions as we move through moon-salutations and yin poses. Flowing under the full moon during sunset, we will use the power and energy of the moon to cleanse and release the things that no longer serve us and create space for manifesting new beginnings. This event will be both invigorating and calming, and it is suitable for all levels.
If you would like a personal astrological report to take home with you, please see the additional add on item at checkout. If you are purchasing this add-on item, you will need to submit your birth information (date, time, place) to Rachael by emailing email@example.com, SUBJ. Full Moon Event: Personal Portrait Info.
If you would like to join us for dinner after the yoga class, the farm food truck will be open from 3-7 PM, serving up a rotating local organic menu.
The evening will begin promptly at 5PM, so arrive 15 minutes early. Please bring a yoga mat, water, and sweater/blanket optional.
Three Sisters Farm
18401 SW 248TH ST.
Homestead, Florida 33031
If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about astrology, visit Rachael Middleton’s website: astrostudent.com
To learn more about the farm visit threesistersfarm.com