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fall in to harmony

Here we come all things Fall and we’re welcoming it in by joining together our local & regional singing communities for sacred play!

Saturday, Nov 4, 2023
9 am - 9 pm
@ Triple Crane Retreat Center
7665 Werkner Rd, Chelsea, MI 48118

{{{Registration is required and is limited to 25 folks, so register early to save your spot}}}.

Co-organized by the song leaders and ceremonialists who brought you Lush Up in the Spring, TatiAnah Thunberg, Carol Bardenstein, Kath Weider and Beth Patterson will co-lead you through a full day of heart opening, joining our voices together in harmony, and following our songs into dance, meditation, play and community connection. 

Let's root down our resilience and warm our hearts for the colder months ahead. Connection is our birthright and we get to harvest and savor this season together.

9:00 am: Check In / Settle In
9:30: Opening Circle
10:15-12:15: Session 1
12:15-1:30: Lunch & Integration Break
1:30-3:15: Session 2
3:15-3:30: Break
3:30-5:15: Session 3
5:15-6:45: Dinner & Integration Break
6:45-8:15: Open Jam
8:15-8:30: Closing Circle
8:30-9:00: Restore the Space

A delicious vegetarian lunch and dinner will be catered by Ekanti Govinda Dasa.

Full Day Attendees Only: in order to hold the container with depth, we will not be inviting folks to join for a 'half-day' retreat on Saturday. If you need to leave after dinner, the evening is optional.



🍃Advanced tickets are required.
🍃Registration is limited to 26 folks.
🍃Register early to save your spot.

🍃Sliding Scale: $88-$166

🍃Pay from the heart knowing the $ exchange supports this dynamic team & our host Triple Crane.

🍃Secure your spot by sending payment to: www.PayPal.Me/SpiritMoves or @Tatianah-Thunberg on Venmo

🍃(PLEASE NOTE “Fall In To Harmony" and your email address on your payment.)

🍃Nonrefundable. If you are unable to come, you may gift or sell your ticket to a friend.

🍃Questions: email me <>

Two partial scholarships = work exchange spots are available if the sliding scale fee is too high for your budget. Inquire with TatiAnah via email: <>



Community Health: This event is indoors. Come healthy. No mask or vax status required. You are welcome to mask and distance to your own comfort level.



Tatianah Thunberg is an A2 local, and the founder of Spirit Moves LLC, where she blends contemporary somatic therapies and ancient wisdom traditions to anchor home in spacious present moment awareness where thriving resides. Singer, dancer, yogini, ceremonialist, psychotherapist, foodie, forest and plant lover, she is devoted to gathering in sacred circles to remember we belong to ourselves, each other, this planet and Source. Let’s play!

Kath Weider is a singer, vocal coach, writer, filmmaker and devotee of the art of improvisation. A long-time meditator and inquiry student of the Diamond Approach Mystery School, she is most delighted in the shared threads between music, movement, improvisation and spiritual practice - to pray through singing, to deepen one’s attention to the inner body through sound, to feel alive through the joy of spontaneous music making. Kath trained in conservatory-style vocal technique, before branching off to study experimental music and improvisation with David Darling, Warren Senders, Rhiannon, Barry Green and Meredith Monk. She is a certified facilitator in the Music for People approach to improvisation. Kath is also the lead singer for the Spirit Singing Band.

Carol Bardenstein is a beloved local song-catcher and song leader.  She discovered heart-centered singing with others as a deep and transformative spirit portal nearly 15 years ago, and she’s been singing her heart out and in with others, and facilitating many different kinds of song circles ever since! Grief, joy and everything in between, and all that you are, are warmly invited into her song circles, for expression, connection and communion in heart and song.

Beth Patterson is a mystic singer songwriter, improvisational vocalist, and clinical social worker. She has practiced improvisational circle singing in community since 2006 as a founding member of the Trybal Revival circle singing community in Kalamazoo, Michigan. “Improvisational circle singing has been a foundational spiritual and community healing practice for me. I love connecting with people and helping them experience the joy of creation in the moment. It's magic.” She says: Circle singing, improv style, doesn’t use many words and is hard to describe, but will take you from spiritual bliss to laughter quickly. We will be using simple forms and exercises to help you learn to start creating community songs in the moment. No special experience or knowledge needed to participate.

Ekanti Govinda Dasa, our caterer, is a member of the spiritual community called The Harmony Collective. He's been cooking and chanting in this community for over 9 years. Ekanti earned his culinary degree right out of high school and is passionate about making healthy delicious meals for others. Once he joined The Harmony Collective, his desire for cooking and serving others only intensified. He's now spent many years learning and studying about Ayurveda and the art of conscious cooking to help him in his mission to bring medicine to the people through healthy eating.

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