March is Women's History Month. We wanted to not only honor the courageous women who came before us-- we need to harness our rage over the patriarchy's current systemic stronghold. Enough is enough.
Please join Katherine Newell Okojie and Sidney Shaw in a ritual to revel in and release our anger. Over what has been done to our ancestors, and the violence and control still impacting us today. With the intention of realignment and reawakening, this ritual will consist of bodily movement, voice activation, releasing of rage, reiki, and more!
There are two opportunities to ritualize with us!
*Please indicate on your ticket which event you're attending.
Sunday, March 26 from 6-9pm at The Karma House
608 Garrison St. Lakewood, CO 80215
Wednesday, March 29 from 5:30-7:30pm MST
*link provided after ticket purchase
This event is open to all genders, as patriarchal oppression effects us all. This ritual will be offered once in person and once online for accessibility. The Rage Ritual is also offered on a sliding scale, so all who feel called can participate. The value of this experience is $50, so if you have more financial prosperity, please consider donating more to make sure everyone who wants to attend can. Please purchase your ticket through the PayPal button below.
Meet your magic makers!
Sidney Shaw, RMT, is a compassionate and experienced Intuitive Healer, certified Reiki Master and Tarot Card Reader. With over ten years experience working with clients, she is continuously honing and refining her skills as a healer. A practitioner of kindness, compassion and empathy, Sidney’s clients are guided down their path in alignment with their highest and best good. Sidney is passionate about empowering her clients to take charge of their healing and express their gifts to the world. It is through expressing our raw, real, authentic selves that we make this world a better place.
Katherine Newell Okojie has a Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University, focused on science, metaphysical/indigenous spiritualities, and pastoral care, and an undergraduate degree in Diversity & Divinity from Regis University. She has previously served as a hospital trauma chaplain at NYU and VCU medical centers, a legislative chief of staff for two Colorado state representatives and a senator, and a community collaborator with local nonprofits and interfaith activists. Katherine honors the call to ministry through working with revolutionary leaders to foster empathy-building, social/eco justice, and holistic integration of change. Her mission and methods cultivate a more peaceful, equitable, and sustainable world.