Cacao Song Circle

Cacao Song Circle


Aloha Ohana! We welcome you to start your Saturday Flow with Bloom & Anahata in a sacred song circle at the Regeneration stage!
Join us for heart-songs honoring Mother Earth, liberating movement to awaken your soul, and community connection.
There will be space to share your own heart-songs, and we will have special guest performers from the Flow Fest lineup sharing musical medicine with us.
We will be drinking special Cacao from Guatemala. Cacao a is heart-opening, nourishing, nutritious, delicious, sacred, activating and awakening medicine.
Come with an open mind, leave with an open heart!

Robin Liepman (Bloom) and Anna Combi (Anahata) are Permaculture teachers, event organizers, workshop facilitators, and Earth-activist musicians. They have facilitated community workshops and Permaculture events in Costa Rica, Canada, Washington, Oregon, California, Texas, Hawaii, Peru, Bali, and Australia. They are co-founders and co-organizers of Blooming Biodiversity Permaculture Network which toured the West Coast Fall 2015, offering events that brought together communities in transformational celebration to learn and practice Permaculture.

Anna holds a degree in Cross-Cultural Social-Work and Environmental Sustainability from University of Redlands, and is a certified yoga teacher, bodyworker and herbalist. Bloom holds a degree in Psychology and Cognitive Science from UC Santa Cruz, and is a Generation Waking Up facilitator.

They both have their PDC, EDE, and PTT. They both actively study and practice eco-psychology and expressive arts therapy. They have worked as Teacher’s Assistant’s for Starhawk’s Permaculture Design Course / Earth Activist Training and the GEN Ecovillage Design Education; co-created the Village Building Convergence in San Luis Obispo; and are co-facilitators of the Winter On Maui Permaculture Design Course. Bloom & Anahata continue to travel and lead Permaculture workshops, retreats, and events worldwide.