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Morning Altars Workshop @ Hollyhock / British Columbia, Canada

Morning Altars: Impermanent Earth Art - 5 Day Workshop

Slow down, open to wonder, and listen to the language of the land.

Explore the natural beauty of Cortes Island and create meaningful and mesmerizing land-based mandalas. Use this artistic practice to connect to your inner child, the timelessness of nature, and the wisdom of impermanence.

Morning Altars is a hands-on practice that is part creative expression, part mindfulness, and part nature connection. Each step offers an innovative way to slow down, open to wonder and curiosity, and listen to the language of the land. Together, we create meaningful and mesmerizing mandalas, offer blessings, and then surrender and let them go as a practice of impermanence.

Starts with dinner on June 14 
Ends with lunch on June 19

8:30-9:30am Breakfast 
9:30-12:15pm Morning Session 
12:30-1:30pm Lunch 
3:00-6:00pm Afternoon Session 
Afternoon Off on June 17 
6:30-7:30pm Dinner

LOCATION: Cortes Island


INCLUSIVE PRICE: $1,000 - $2,315 / 5 nights. Includes tuition, room, all meals, and Hollyhock activities (depends on accommodation choice).


Day Schildkret, internationally known for Morning Altars, has inspired tens of thousands of people of all ages throughout the world to forage, build, and be awed with earth art. Day’s Morning Altars are igniting an international movement of art, workshops, and a spiritual practice that renews and redeems people’s relationship with nature, creativity, and impermanence. With over 60,000 Instagram followers and offering workshops and installations worldwide, Day brings ephemeral art to the collective human imagination. His work has been featured in Vice, BuzzFeed, Well + Good, Spirituality & Heath and elsewhere. His first book, Morning Altars: A 7-Step Practice to Nourish Your Spirit…  Learn more about Day Schildkret