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Sun, Feb 23


The C Suite

Foundations of Practical Magic

Building on MoonHaven's theories of manifestation and magic, this workshop will give you the hands-on skills and theoretical info to begin building or refining your own practice of physical magical crafting. From spell bottles to vision boards and more, this is a fun event you won't want to miss!

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Foundations of Practical Magic
Foundations of Practical Magic

Time & Location

Feb 23, 2020, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The C Suite, 263 W Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701, USA

About the event

Join Catie Peiper & Julie Skaarup from MoonHaven School of Magic to learn the essential magical theories and skills you need to manifest your dreams!

Part of MoonHaven's series of foundational courses, this workshop will discuss the how's and why's of practical magic, including physical crafting (candle magic, spell bottles, sachets & fabric arts, vision boards, etc.), the elements (earth, water, fire, etc.), astrological correspondences, lunar phases, seasonal considerations, and other logistical techniques to make sure your magic packs a punch. Building upon our earlier theories, this course will help you to decide when (and when not) to choose to use physical crafting as part of your manifestation practice, and places magical crafting in the context of a larger, responsible introspective spiritual practice that brings you to your own highest good. Bring a journal, dress casually (there may be glitter!), and prepare for an afternoon of inspiration and play! 

$45 per ticket

About the Instructors

Julie & Catie are co-founders of MoonHaven School of Magic, a pop up of school for the mystical arts in the Maryland and D.C. area. Julie is a certified Yoga and Ayurvedic instructor (E-RYT 500) and seasoned magical practitioner. Catie specializes in teaching deep intuitive practices and magical theory, including self-transformation and manifestation, with over 15 years of experience providing intuitive readings.


This space has comfortable seating, and tea/coffee available to students. 

Parking is limited to metered street parking. If you don't mind a brief walk, you could park at the free spaces near Baker Park and walk a few blocks over to meet us on Patrick Street. 

This workshop is not on ground level; there are a few stairs entering the building, and partial staircases between rooms to reach the workshop location. 

Please note that we are willing to secure an ASL interpreter upon request, please give us some advance notice.


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