Liz Holloway

The Divine Feminine Series, Circle Holder

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Liz, originally from Wisconsin, is a traveler, teacher, and student. She’s taught history, reading and yoga in South Korea, trained as a yoga instructor in India, studied Reiki in Japan, sat 10-day Vipassana meditation courses in Wisconsin and Japan, guided young adults through horticulture therapy on Hawaii, and is currently studying at NUNM to be a naturopathic doctor.

Honored to be Everett House's Women’s Circle holder, Liz aims to cultivate a nurturing space for women to rise together, shed anchors to the past, and begin living the lives they imagined. Interested in creating ceremony, following the rhythm of the moon, examining the shadow side, and using life experiences as teachers, Liz invites you to accompany her on a journey of body, mind, and soul, navigating these aspects of life and self growth. Through yoga, meditation, journaling, song, dance and an art project, we will honor both our individual journeys as well as the collective passage. We have each walked a different road to get to where we are.

Things to bring with you: comfortable clothes yoga mat journal ceremonial objects musical instruments

Dates Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9

By Donation

Drake Carnahan

Community Healing Night Organizer

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Looking for some holistic healing, but don’t know where to start? Join us for five nights of community healing with an array of local PDX healers, showcasing a variety of healing modalities and ceremonies you can find around our community. Explore group meditations, one-on-one healing sessions, ritual and more. Each week showcases rotating healers, so there will always be something new to learn and experience.

Fridays, November 16th - December 14th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Drake is a world-bridger, here to provide assistance into the new world we are currently anchoring in. She offers Wholistic Coaching, youth mentorship opportunities, and organizes an array of healer specific workshops, classes and events as a means of weaving together the incoming paradigm. She is a certified permaculturalist, Master Reiki practitioner, a trained facilitator and writes weekly on her blog about how to make the shift into higher dimensions. Check her out at


Want to become an Artist in Residence?

It’s only three steps away!

Step 1: Are you able to provide four workshops that fall into one or multiple of our six focus areas of social impact?

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Step Two: Please fill out our artist in residence application below. If selected, you will go into the final step. Note that we receive vast amounts of applications a month. Selecting 2 - 4 only. We highly encourage you to apply however, because even though you may not be selected immediatly, doesn’t mean never.

Step Three: If selected, set up an interview to finalize and select if we are perfect fits for each other!


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