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Sanctuary Sound Journey
January 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 7:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until September 3, 2023
Sanctuary is a restorative ceremony space co-created by Andrew Forsthoefel, Sabra Saperstein, and featured guests. After a brief welcome and check-in round, participants are invited to lay down or find a posture of repose in which to settle their minds and bodies. Then, for the next hour or so, Andrew offers songs, chants, freestyle vocalizations, drumming, and silence while Sabra builds a flower mandala at the center of the circle. To close, participants are invited to bring their attention back to the group circle and, if they desire, offer a closing share (no sharing is required to participate). Please join us in this candlelit space of rest and reverence. Your presence is a gift.
When: First Sunday of the month at 7pm at the Good Medicine Studio, 231 York Street in Portland, ME.
Suggested donation: $15-30
Pay in cash at the door or via Venmo (@goodmedicine).
Andrew Forsthoefel is a singer, writer, and group facilitator living in Maine and Massachusetts. He offers ceremonial facilitation and consultation to support individuals and organizations in their healing. Author of the coming-of-age memoir, “Walking to Listen,” Andrew is currently working on his second book. He can be found online at andrewforsthoefel.com.
Sabra Saperstein is a cook, artist and community organizer. She spent the last six years practicing, cooking and offering movement at Insight Meditation Society and is currently the Hearth Holder at Good Medicine Collective in Portland, Maine. Creating flower mandalas and the co-creation of Sanctuary is a space where she explores the intersection of creative expression and healing. Learn more about Sabra at www.sabrasaperstein.com.
Tana Frank is a musician and therapist-in-training. She is currently getting her masters of social work in Massachusetts and makes a monthly trip up to Maine for Sanctuary, where she is honored to sing and share space with Andrew, Sabra and the ever-widening Good Medicine community.