Want to learn how to connect to and photograph Nature Spirits? Then sign up for this full day photography workshop with Atala Toy. It’s the only full day photo workshop she is giving in 2019. Workshop space is limited to 30 participanats, to allow for personal attention to each attendee.
Learning how to communicate with nature spirits, and how to acquire their permission to do a photo study, is an area of energy work that is becoming more popular and more necessary. We are living in a time when natural disasters and environmental degradation is a growing issue. We could help alleviate many negative issues by learning to communicate and cooperate with the conscious, intelligent forces whose charge on this planet is the nature realm.
Atala has devoted her life and career to connecting to these subtle realms. Her photos and nature products have won awards, and she is recognized as a distinguished author and teacher of this subject.
Atala will be teaching a Saturday August 10th 10-4 workshop at the energy-rich Leroy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles, Illinois. If you live out of town or out of state – consider making this workshop part of a week-end getaway to the charming and historic Fox River Valley. A series of small river towns offer shopping, antiques, music and great food, along with a nice selection of motels and historic hotels.
You can sign up via our website – Click Here – or call Crystal Life during store hours – 630 208 6001. Payment in advance is required. (It’s only $60!) Our raindate is the next day.
Your workshop day will begin at 10 am, as we meet at one of the Preserve’s shelters to discuss the basic principles of connecting to nature spirits. Then it’s off to photograph some of the amazing nature spirits who have presented portraits of themselves in the preserve’s trees, rocks, rivers…and even clouds overhead! Back to a bag lunch, a check in on what we’ve each found – then out for a final round of photography in another area of the preserve.
All the photos shown here were photographed by Atala at Leroy Oakes. Some she combined into collages, to show a complete story.
We guarantee you will come away with at least one photograph for your personal collection!
This is an outdoor class, so be sure to wear good walking shoes (no flipflops!), bring bug spray, water and a bag lunch. Bring a camera, of course – DSL preferred but a good cell phone or an iPad will do.