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Moon Circle & Sacred Cacao Ceremony

A monthly community gathering with movement, meditation and sacred Cacao in alignment with the phases of the moon.
The Shala’s monthly moon circle is an invitation to gather together in community, to share Cacao and experiences and to participate in movement and meditation. All are welcome.
This event will be held once a month on a Saturday evening and will fall under/near the full or the new moon depending on the moon cycle. The full moon will invite a theme of release and letting go and the new moon will help us to plant new seeds and set intentions for the coming cycle. 
Each month we will guide you in meditation and breathwork, invite you to drink sacred Cacao, to move your body, share inspirations and stories, and drop into a deep delicious Yoga Nidra.
Everything we do in our Moon Circles is by invitation. Should you wish to attend, but do NOT wish to drink cacao you are absolutely welcome!

Our Moon Circles were created with the intention to be an evening spent in community and energetic collaboration. If you would like to contribute to the evening’s circle, we’d love that! Past contributions have included movement (non-yogic) and breathwork. If you are interested in contributing, please email our Studio Manager, Daniela

Cacao Ceremony

Moon Circle & Sacred Cacao Ceremony

7:00 - 9:30 pm | see below for dates | Price: £30

Cacao Ceremony

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In preparation for drinking cacao:
  • Cacao does contains a small amount of caffeine. As such, we recommend you do NOT drink any stimulants, including COFFEE, at least 3 hours before the moon circle.

  • Bring a water bottle with you and be sure to drink plenty of water both before and after the moon circle.

  • We also recommend that you do not eat for at least three hours prior to the ceremony to support your body to take in and absorb the cacao for ceremony.

  • If  you have any medical issues/conditions, are taking any medication (including anti-depressants), if you have a heart condition, or if you are pregnant, please consult your GP before drinking cacao.
Please bring:
  • a crystal, a flower, a shell, a feather, a stone or a small precious object to place on our group altar
  • a notebook and pen to journal
About the ceremonial cacao:
  • Tsatsayaku cacao is made from the Arriba Nacional | Fino de Aroma cacao bean in Ecuador. 
  • It is wild-harvested, non-GMO, organic and Fair Trade 



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