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Phoenix Onesong Marolda

Inspired by her experiences on dance floors and psychedelic spaces from around the globe Phoenix has devoted the past 20 years of her life to exploring what it means to use ceremony, embodiment, and authentic self expression for healing and transformation.

In facilitating her own evolution and that of others she is assisting with the global shift that is happening at this time. With the tools she has gained throughout her life and her many years of working with various lineages, teachers, plant medicines and within transformational spaces, she empowers and reminds others to embrace their body’s movements and natural intelligence as a means of experiencing life to its fullest.

She is a student of life, a teacher, a medicine woman and an embodied leader who unapologetically shares her vision for global synergy and collaboration. She is currently living in Melbourne, Australia where she facilitates dance ceremonies and embodiment workshops within a growing community, founded in movement, ceremony, nature connection and transformative ritual.


“Metamorphosis" If we look at the current state of our planet and our own personal lives, no one can deny that we are in the process of deep changes that are impacting us in a myriad of ways. Most of us can agree that it can be difficult to let go of what we have known, what is familiar and comfortable in exchange for something that is completely unknown to us. However just like the caterpillar who undergoes a dramatic shift from one state of being to another that is radically different in every way- so too does the evolution of our personal and collective consciousness require a willingness to let go and trust in what we are becoming. To enter into ceremony requires us to give our full presence and attention to the metamorphosis that comes for us. These changes continue to take place within and around us for as long as it takes to shift us into a new state of being. How might an embodied practice and a welcoming space of personal authentic expression provide the fertile soil for these changes to take root and flower into who we are becoming? Join me, as we enter into a moving exploration of letting go of our known realities to dissolve the forms that have shaped us AND call upon the trust and willingness to welcome a new version of Self that is beyond our wildest expectations and dreams. "What the caterpillar call the end of the world the Master calls a butterfly." Richard Bach.

Phoenix Onesong Marolda
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