September Tarot Salon - 21 Ways to Read Tarot Card

Tarot Salon Series - July, August & September - 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card

Next up is a 3-part series. Join us for part or all of the events! We'll be learning concepts from Mary K. Greer's "21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card" and sampling the "ways" in July, August, and September, respectively.

Ms. Greer's teachings are perfect for beginners or long-time readers. And, they are applicable to any tarot deck, so bring along your favorites. I'll also have extras to share.

  • Dates:

    • July 14th

    • August 11th

    • September 15th

  • Time: 2-4pm

  • Price: $10 recommended donation

  • Location: The High Frequency Loft

  • Ages 13 and up

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Taos Tarot Salon - June

Sunday June 9th 1-3pm, $10 Suggested Donation.

In this class, we'll explore the hero's journey (or fool's journey) through the major arcana. All levels are welcome and beginners are encouraged to attend! The Hero’s Journey (or Fool’s Journey) is a metaphor for the journey through our lives. Each major arcana card stands for a stage of that journey, as well as an experience we are invited to incorporate on our path to wholeness.

Come prepared for an afternoon of learning and journaling as we study the structure and archetypes of the major arcana.

We will be focusing on the Rider Waite-Smith (RWS) tarot system and if you don’t have a deck, no problem because we'll have extras you can use.

• Ages 13 and up

• Donations based

If you have any questions, just let me know. I’d love to hear from you and hope to see you there!  ~Tori

Spring Equinox Ceremony

Wednesday March 20th, 2-3pm

Join us for another Ceremony with intention to raise our vibrations individually and collectively!


The word Equinox is derived from Latin, which means “equal night.” When the sun passes over the equator on the equinox, the length of day and night are said to be approximately equal. This means that there will be approximately 12 daylight hours and 12 hours of darkness on both the vernal equinox and the autumnal equinox.

The Spring Equinox is a day to celebrate the revival of life after a long cold winter. Our focus shifts from internal to external, from preparation to action. This is a time of renewal and rebirth.

During this Ceremony we will release the last remnants of the old ways of thinking and plant new seeds for living as conscious co-creators of our reality.

Kids are welcome.

Co-hosted by Mike Two Bears, Ariana and Cliff Bain.

World Sound Healing Day - A Sound Bath & Ceremony

Thursday February 14th, 2019, 3-4pm

Join us for another Ceremony with intention to raise our vibrations individually and collectively!
Valentine’s Day, the day we celebrate relationship and LOVE!
World Sound Healing Day, when we recognize the use of sound in HEALING!
Our intention for this Ceremony is to CELEBRATE and to open ourselves to Love and Healing on all levels.
Bring your drums, rattles, crystal bowls, chimes and bells.
This is a free event, donation are greatly appreciated.
Kids are welcome.
Co-hosted by Mike Two Bears, Ariana, Gael Olmstead and Cliff Bain.

To learn more about World Sound healing day visit:

New Moon Women's Circle with Kelly White

May 16th at 7:30pm,  Sliding scale- $0-15

I would love for join me for the next women's moon circle on at The High Frequency Loft.  We will gather together to open our hearts and hold space for one another.  

The evening will start out with a crystal bowl sound healing to help us ground deeper into the earth, moving through to the Shamanic journey where the drum will stimulate the brain to help synthesize natural beta-endorphins, which facilitate you to move into what is known as the 'second attention', an altered state of awareness, or shamanic state of consciousness.  This state of awareness facilitates the Shamanic Journey.   The constant drumming will be used for the purpose of inducing a range of ecstatic trance states in order to connect with the spiritual dimension of reality.  I invite you to share your journey before we move on to setting our intentions with the energy of the new moon still high.  Closing our circle with yoga nidra to send you out into the world relaxed and fully emobodied

Please bring a journal. 

Dress in whatever you feel the most comfortable. Please limit your use of perfumes or sprays to respect any allergies that some may be experiencing.

Blessings to you dear sisters. Hope to see you all soon. 



Kelly Rae



Full Moon Ceremony • Throwing of the Bones

Sunday April 29th, 1-3pm ~ In many cultures, Full Moon is a time of gathering for community ceremony. Come join us for Throwing of the Bones Ceremony, an ancient divination and healing art in the ways of Ka Ta See. In response to your questions, this powerful healing ceremony offers guidance, doctoring, and teachings from the spirits in the bone bundle. The doctoring and gifts from the spirits will begin before we meet and continue to touch your life after you receive the ceremony.

JoAnne Dodgson •
$20 suggested donation


Beginners Henna Workshop with Adi

Saturday April 21st, 1pm-3pm, $20 includes all materials.

Henna lovers! If you are intrigued by this exotic art form, join us for this event for adults and teens! We will share a brief history of henna simple tips & techniques to apply henna on your hands and forearms along with pattern ideas. Henna Cones for everyone. Lots of fun & practice time. Mini Session with our artist. This workshop is led by E-RYT and henna artist Adi Luna.

Young Women's Circle - Herbs, Earth & Moon

A bi-weekly gathering for 12 year old girls to promote sisterhood & empowerment, physical, psychological, spiritual well being & self love through self care. This is a safe, fun, inspirational space for navigating the changes from childhood to womanhood while deepening into a support network with other young women under the gentle guidance of big sisters & aunties who will share their wisdom, gifts & tools. There will be different guest speakers each week to give the girls various flavors of role models; all women walking their empowered path.

The Schedule:

Dec 3rd- Discovering the Goddess; 
self care & our gifts
Dec 17th - Herbs, Earth & Moon; herbal remedies, our physical connection to the earth, menstruation & moon cycles. *Solstice celebration
Dec 31st - Embracing Winter & New Year; inner world, listening to the body, observing the mind, setting intention & goals
Jan 14th - Rituals & Routines; caring for mind, body & spirit with daily practice
Jan 21st - *12pm-3pm special time* Respecting & Protecting; Sacred body & sexuality  
Feb 4th - Initiation into womanhood

Want to know more? Join us
Sunday November 26th, 4:30pm-5:30pm for a
meet & greet/ Q&A with the main facilitator, Krystal Cretecos
contact: 720-355-2555

Honu a'la Dance Circle with Babe Helvey

“Honu a’la” ~ The Turtle’s Way

Saturday October 21st, 2pm-3:30pm

In Honuala Dance Circle we will honor the path of the turtle. Everyone who attends will be encouraged to participate in their own way, and at their own pace. We will come together to celebrate the spirit of serenity and joy. Sometimes all we need is a simple positive reset to help us remember how to lead from the heart. These songs and dances are based on the idea of living in beauty. They have the unique ability to bring people closer, while allowing walls to fall away. Plus, they’re fun! Honuala Dances are gentle, non-religious, meditative movement that requires no skill or previous experience. Come explore a new way of shedding stress and casting off the burden of the world. Find peace through community movement and song.

sliding scale $15


Growing up on a mango farm in Honaunau, on the big Island of Hawaii, Babe Helvey learned the gentle power of a simple song. Inspired by the Honu, or Sea Turtle, she continues to share her rhythms, dances and stories. Currently living in Taos, New Mexico, Babe brings a lifetime of treasures to share. Her body of work contains music, poetry, story, dance, song, and other surprises. Come see what flows forth.