Tuesday, October 24th, 6:30-8 pm w. Niki Dewart
or Saturday, November 18th, 5-6:30pm w. Elizabeth Marglin
**This class will be held in The New Local ANNEX, located at 713 Pearl St.**
$75/person, includes all materials + a copy of The Wild & Sacred Feminine Deck
Instructors: Niki Dewart or Elizabeth Marglin (Co-Creators of the Deck)
This workshop invites participants to engage with the divinatory arts and the principle of synchronicity to go deep, sense clearly, and move from inspiration into expression. Through lively dialogue, guided ritual, writing exercises, and illuminating card readings, you will discover how oracle decks can serve as a portal to all the light you cannot yet see and all the fertile darkness you are afraid to allow. Wherever you are on your journey, this deck’s fifty-two cards can speak to you through archetypes and symbols of the sacred feminine to invoke with your innate knowing and invigorate your emergent potential.
About the Instructors:
Niki Dewart devotes herself to living deeply and courting the sacred feminine. Over the past twenty-five years, she has traveled worldwide to immerse herself in spiritual traditions and sit with wisdom keepers. Weaving these threads of insight and wonder, she now writes books, designs sacred spaces, practices intuitive collage, and leads rituals and retreats that nurture the feminine soul. Niki is coauthor of The Wild & Sacred Feminine Deck (Shambhala 2022), The Mother’s Wisdom Deck (Sterling 2012) and Sacred Motherhood (North Atlantic 2016).
Elizabeth Marglin is a lover of depths and an appreciator of horizons. The sacred, as anchor and compass, has been her most loyal companion, taking her on a decade-long wild ride throughout India in her twenties. This was followed by an equally mystical journey—cleverly disguised as the prosaic—through the trenches and peaks of motherhood. She is most recently the coauthor of The Wild & Sacred Feminine Deck, as well as journalist, writer and poet. She writes regularly for Yoga Journal, Spirituality & Health, AARP, and more. She currently hosts a monthly poetry series in Lyons called Bread & Poetry and leads writing circles and workshops designed to stoke & invoke a sacred intimacy with ourselves and the world around us.