Friday 16th April 2021
5.30pm - 7.30pm
$35 Per Person
Twilight Yoga Studio
Cannery Arts Centre - Music Room, Esperance Western Australia
BYO yoga mat, water (important to drink lots while & after drinking cacao), blanket & optional bolster/pillow for comfort
Join Lisa for this healing journey with a Cacao Ceremony followed by a Sound Bath. Cacao will be used to open our hearts and help us connect to our deepest layers. Followed by a meditative Sound Bath which will help you float your way into a blissful state of being, allowing the therapeutic sounds to further help you release & connect.
0413 956 414
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What is Cacao & what is all the fuss about?
Cacao (pronounced Ca-Cow) is a natural plant medicine used for its many science backed health benefits and has been used by Aztec & Mayan Shamans for centuries to help open up and connect to deep levels of oneself- in particular to access the highest forms of self love.
Cacao literally translates as the ‘Elixir of the Gods’. It is considered by Shamans as the ‘food for the shift’ as it’s a powerful medicinal plant used for expanding consciousness without the hallucinogenic properties of other powerful plant medicines. Cacao in its raw and natural state contains over 300 compounds, including the bliss chemicals dopamine, serotonin, anandamide, phenylethylamine, and theobromine. These chemicals are naturally released when we fall in love.
It has the power to provide mental clarity, to move you from your head to your heart, and to produce a gentle euphoria.
In her ceremonies, Lisa only uses ceremonial grade raw organic Cacao paste from Peru. Cacao paste is different from cocoa & chocolate in that Cacao is derived from the whole Cacao bean, which is cold pressed to preserve its natural properties. Cocao & chocolate only contain small amounts of processed Cacao and has been mixed with other ingredients, meaning that the percentage of actual Cacao in store bought chocolate & cocoa is very small and has been processed so its natural properties are no longer present. Ceremonial Cacao makes up only 5% of the Cacao that’s currently produced worldwide.