We’re winding down events and retail at our Brookland space, leaving everyone with the same question: “What’s next?”
Listen, your guess is as good as mine! Getting to this place — creating a physical space; partnering with healers and makers; and hosting healing workshops — has been the biggest project I’ve ever undertaken. So, rest and rejuvenation are definitely in order. Although I’m full of ideas about what could be next, I want to be sure that what I conjure is from a place of love — not ego — and done with intention.
But, there are a few things I know for sure about the next chapter of Moon Shine:
We’re not done.
This healing work is ours forever and ever. As long as we’re up for the challenge, there is work to do, individually and collectively. Moon Shine exists to connect people who need care to practitioners, modalities and supplies that can provide it, so we’ll keep doing that in some form. The best way to keep up with our moves is joining the email crew and following on Instagram.
We want to be digital, too.
There is tremendous value in physical spaces, especially in our screen-focused world. The experience of stepping into Moon Shine and putting down my phone for a few hours was freeing in and of itself. But, of course, there are tons of limitations with only being IRL, and I want this experience to go where it is needed. Where it makes sense, we’ll bring healers to digital spaces, too, via this journal (like the autumn horoscope oracles) and on IG TV in the future.
We want to hear from you.
Moon Shine — both as a one-day pop-up and as a one-month pop-up — has featured healing modalities and products that I personally love and want to know more about. But there are infinite ways to practice and interpret being in communion with our highest selves. What would you want to see from Moon Shine? What city would you want us to visit? Which healers should we partner with? Are there brands or Instagram accounts we should follow? Drop them deets! Fill out as much or as little of this survey as you want to help us create programming.
That’s it for now, but we’ll talk soon.