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Tap into the Energy of the Full Hunter Moon! 

SORRY ALL SPACES ARE BOOKED – REGISTER FOR NEXT MONTH!

October’s Moon rises just after sunset and sets around sunrise, so this is the only night in the month when the Moon is in the sky all night long.

Some Native American tribes referred to October’s Moon as the Full Hunter’s Moon, as it was the time to go hunting in preparation for winter. This full Moon is also called the “Travel Moon” and the “Dying Grass Moon.” It is full on October 24th at 12:45 PM.

Join Katherine for a small group sound meditation session on Tuesday, October 23rd. Four sessions are scheduled for 10 AM, 12 PM, 2 PM & 7 PM

You may also book a private session for your group of 4 people for this new moon event by emailing Kathy at info@katherinehamer.com for other times not listed.

This month’s meditation will be an unguided meditation with singing bowls placed on the body.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to settle in & wear loose, comfortable clothing free of buttons and zippers. Reserve in advance via the link below.

Attendance is limited to 4 to allow for time for everyone to have warm water filled bowls infused with special oils to be placed on the body. Spaces fill up quickly so please reserve early

To reserve your spot online purchase here

Soul Camp East 2018

August 24, 2018

August 24th-26th, 2017

Katherine returns to Soul Camp to sharing the powerful and transformative healing of singing bowls.

Soul Camp’s east coast camp will take place at Camp Echo Lake in Warrensburg, NY, approximately 3 York City. The property is nestled in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains close to Lake George. It’s a stunning nostalgic setting to experience what our east coast camp provides: massive fun and a deeply connected community.

Campers can explore, learn about & experience singing bowls in a variety of different ways including singing bowl meditations as well as hands-on interplay & interaction with the bowls. Campers are invited and encouraged to create their own conversation with a collection of singing bowls ranging from the 16th century to the present day.

Partnered with Harpo’s Soul Pancake and Huffington Post’s GPS For The Soul, SOUL CAMP is a weekend mind/body/spirit & heart immersion. From morning reveille to lights out, “campers” (aged 21+) will be participating in a range of activities spanning from yoga, meditation, singing bowl meditations, qoya, astrology & angel card readings, bootcamps, breathwork, healing with horses, arts & crafts, S-factor and more. We will also be featuring a speaker series where campers can escape and listen to inspiring and empowering “SOUL-versations” from wellness experts and thought leaders in their field.

A healthy menu (with vegan & gluten-free options) created by Healthy Cooking Camp will be available at every meal. Evening activities will include a fear burning bonfire, a concert by the lake, a late night disco, color war, talent show and more.

For more information or to register, please visit Soul Camphours from New

JCC Manhattan event - cancer care

Katherine Hamer, Christine Dimmick + Courtney Bauer

Join us for an evening of healing with Katherine Hamer, certified singing bowl teacher, Christine Dimmick, founder of The Good Home Company, and Courtney Bauer, founder of Anya.

Participants will learn powerful techniques to nurture vitality and expand the breath. Through meditation, aromatherapy, healing sound, and movement, participants will take a journey designed to calm and relax the body and soul. 

This is a free event brought to you by the JCC. This is for Women only.

To register for this offer please call 646-505-5708

The Artist’s Circle NYC
What is The Artist’s Circle?

JAN 2018 TOPIC:

As we turn the year it’s so valuable to acknowledge and appreciate the work you’ve done both spiritually and physically in 2017. Come to The Artist’s Circle January events to seal in the energy of 2017, empowering yourself with the awareness of all you accomplished, the confidence and power of community to manifest your goals and desires in 2018 with special guest Katherine Hamer leading our sound bath.

The Artist’s Circle is a membership society with regular events in New York City, Los Angeles & Nashville where creatives of all disciplines – musicians, vocalists, songwriters, photographers, film makers, producers.. at all stages of their careers come together to connect, get community support, and transform their lives.
The Artist’s Circle is for ages 12+. Think of it as: artists development meets 12 step program meets life coaching… the diverse ages and disciplines make it inspiring for everyone.

What happens at The Artist’s Circle?

It’s INNER WORK for creatives. Every month is a different theme. We have intimate conversation, play creative games — break habits, break through fears, build character, tools and career goals.

It’s fun & motivating. It’s you community, your tribe, your support system.

Arrive 30 minutes prior to start time. NO LATE ENTRY

The Artist’s Circle: 7:30-10:30pm

There is NO PERFORMING at this event. This is not a typical networking event, you can actually expect to make real connections and build true relationships in your Circle!

Meaningful World | UN Event

Katherine is honored to be invited as a Visionary Speaker for the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP), a United Nations partnered program dedicated to promoting the advancement of knowledge about the immediate and long-term human consequences of traumatic events.

This program, founded by the Award winning humanitarian Dr. Ani Kalayjian, promotes effective methods of prevention, relief and restoration to those traumatized and to those treating traumatized populations.

Dr. Kalayjian’s trained professional team travels the globe to provide support, training and to help heal the trauma of natural disaster, armed conflicts and other global events.

For more information on Meaningful World, Dr. Kalayjian’s work or to become a Humanitarian Outreach Program Participant please visit www.meaningfulworld.com

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