Hello, beautiful one!
My name is Giuliana Serena, I am a Ceremonialist, a Rites-of-Passage Facilitator, a Menstrual Cycle Educator, a lover of Ritual and Magic, and the creator of Moontime Rising.
I’m also a mother, partner, sister, daughter, dancer, and co-creator!
I am passionate about supporting women to love living in our bodies!
I am confident that as we reclaim the power of our sacred cycles, the very birthright of our womanhood, that we will begin to embody our feminine experience and resonate with the deepest source of power and wisdom we could possibly encounter; our own inner knowing.
Natural cycles do not belong to one kind of body alone.
Everyone benefits from conscious engagement with the rhythms of life, no after our anatomy.
And everyone befits when given the opportunity to learn to love the marvelous journey of living with a cycling body!
Have you ever wondered…
What is natural time? What if the nature of time is a spiral?
Why does the moon matter? Why does menstruation really matter?
How are people individually and collectively influenced by the cycles of nature? How can we integrate this knowledge to grow as individuals, and come together as a society?
These are some of the questions that fascinate me. In 2005, I conceived of the Moon Cycle Timepiece, a timekeeping tool that anyone could use to connect with the vital forces of the moon, menstruation, and a spiral interpretation of time.
Since then, I’ve created a number of tangible tools to support us in reclaiming our sacred nature, which you can learn more about in my shop.
I offer one-on-one sessions and ceremonial facilitation to those in my local community and long-distance via phone and Skype.
I also host and co-host various seasonal celebrations and retreats, organize the Women’s Full Moon Dance in SLC, and manage Vitalize Community Studio, a place for connection, movement, and transformation in the heart of Sugar House.
As I bring my work into the world, I seek to offer a inspiration and resources for conversation and transformation.
May we continue to grow in our own vital rhythms, (re)connect with our earthly selves, and build sustainable communities through continued dialogue and action.
Darryl Dobson Photography