with Alexandrea Lightfoot
Thursday, March 21st, 6-7pm
Come celebrate the first dawn of spring under the full sap moon as we prepare to clean out and release the winter season! Enjoy the beautiful galleries this museum has to offer and melt into the abstract artwork of a local artist in this mind calming ritual. Bask in the glory of a budding hope using meditation, crystals, mantras and visualizations that diffuse the past and prepare room for the upcoming dawn of flowers!
Crystals will be provided for use and to take home!
Please bring a yoga mat, meditation pillow or blanket for your own comfort.
Exhibit on Display – Surface Interpretations: The Paintings of Antoinette Slick
$36 (future members) - Museum members save 10% on tuition. Discount taken at checkout.
About Alexandrea Lightfoot:
Alexandrea works with people who want to know their true life purpose, people who need help remembering what’s important and need reminding of how amazing they are. She’s been re-connecting people with their self-love and self-awareness for 20 years, from inspiring the inner heart with song or deep loving therapeutic conversations. As an intuitive reader, life coach, medium and meditation coach, this former Jersey girl and New Yorker traded the glitter of the Great White Way for the sacred sites of Ormond Beach, Florida. Today, her office overlooks the ancient and serene Tomoka River. With a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and having studied under venerated meditation teacher and best-selling author of The Power of Intention, Dr. Wayne Dyer she now co-owns and operates Platinum Health, Fitness & Yoga with her husband where she challenges you to begin living life in the highest consciousness, incorporating scientific fact, faith, creativity, human connection, and inner truth. When she’s not helping people raise the frequency of the human condition, she can be found reading the Harry Potter series in her backyard hammock, rocking out every high note in Celine Dion’s Power Of Love Album, meditating surrounded by her collection of too many (yet never enough) stones and crystals, or eating Southern buttermilk fried chicken from her neighborhood bistro. Are you finally ready to shed the illusions of fear, confusion, and inaction? Want to know more about how you can discover your true, sacred self?