09-12-2020 - Ancestry of Place: the Magic of Bioregionalism
What does it mean to live locally, and to trust in the surroundings of your environment? How does one cultivate a magical and personal bond with a bioregion? In this workshop, we will be taking a look at what bioregionalism means from a social, environmental, and magical perspective, and discuss what it can mean to live locally.
Our instructor Catarina Seixas, joining us from her homestead in Portugal, will be sharing insight from her personal experience with living on the Land, and providing some simple rituals and suggestions around how to practically apply mundane and magical actions alike to support you in connecting to where you are, your environment and the innate characters of the region you call home. We will also discuss some basics around ancestral crafts, as well as engage in open discussion.
This is a LIVE digital event with a 2 week replay video post class. Due to this, no refunds are available.
- This is a live workshop, with a recording available for 2 weeks sent out to all registered participants.
- Buying this course as a gift? Please include recipient’s email address during checkout.
- We use Zoom for online workshops - please have the app downloaded if using a phone.
- Enrollment is accepted up until the day of the event.
- All participants are responsible for sourcing their own materials for this workshop.
- Technical difficulties on the attendees end (sound issues, tardiness, wifi connection, video cut out, etc) do not entitle attendees to a refund. We recommend signing on 10 minutes early to sort out any issues.
- Seagrape does not offer guidance around computer or Zoom usage, though we do send out a link including instructions on how to use Zoom 24 hours prior to all workshops.
- Honor the privacy of others; what is said and shared in a workshop is not meant to share outside of the workshop except for what instructors give permission to share.
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About the instructor:
Cat is a homesteader, knitter, folk herbalist and mother. She lives in Portugal and, together with her partner, they have been stewarding a piece of Land for the last six years. In the meantime, Cat has fallen in love with the traits of her region and with what it means to live reciprocally and in connection to the place she calls home - an ever-growing lesson.
Find her on instagram at @theolivetreesandthemoon