Temple of the Goddess

In this monthly series, (for women 18 and older) you will be invited to rediscover the goddess within.  Through presentation, discussion, interaction, ritual and exploration, you will rediscover, reclaim and re-embody the magnificent goddess that you are while facilitating the reclamation of the Divine Feminine in the human race.

These gatherings are about content, but more importantly, they are about community.  Bring a beverage and/or treat to share and come join in the FUN!


Celebrating the Dark Goddess at Halloween

With Lauri Ann Lumby and Deb Sommerhalder

Friday, October 21, 2016

6:30 – 8:30 pm

Inner Sun Yoga Studio

716 Oregon St.

Oshkosh, WI


Suggested Donation $10 – $20 

RSVP: lauri@authenticfreedomacademy.com


October is the month of the Dark Goddess. The harvest is complete.  We have put up our stores.  And now, it is time to turn inward.  During the dark months, we tend to our own inner darkness, our unhealed wounds, our fears, our insecurities and the deepest desires and hungers we have left fallow as we were occupied with growing. It is a time of powerful transformation and the Dark Goddess accompanies us in that task.


Join Lauri Ann Lumby and Deb Sommerhalder as they accompany us into the dark times with storytelling, dance and healthy treats to help prepare us for this time of turning inward:


The Stories: Fairytales are a long cherished source of support in our journey when we pull away the Disney-fied veil and discover the transformational formula within these ancient tales. Lauri will lead us in a retelling of the Snow White tale which demonstrates its connection with the chakras, yoga, alchemy and the Judeo-Christian story of transformation.

The Dance: SPIRIT DANCE, a guided, interpretive process, attunes us to each of the seven major chakras, where we become one with our own inner wisdom. Our bodies then respond to this wisdom through the movements we most need for healing and transformation.

The Treats: Superfood treats and drinks from Purium, compliments of Deb Sommerhalder, and to satisfy your hunger. (Food and drink will be provided, but feel free to bring your own to share.)