Your body is your greatest ally...it’s time to welcome yourself home.
Welcome to Honey in the Temple, a community where we explore our inherent goodness by waking up to the abundant joy, wisdom, connectedness and playfulness of our bodies. Our experiences are designed to help you find body-mind balance and clarity through embodiment techniques, somatic (from the Greek word Soma meaning Body) practices, and mindfulness-awareness meditations.Explore Our Programs
Let's move towards greater balance, enjoyment and ease
The Honey in the Temple experience offers science-backed, mindfulness and body-based teachings to help reestablish our joyful connection with our bodies. Our mission is to make this process accessible, FUN, and playful.
Research is now showing what most of us have forgotten- our bodies are an enormous source of power, knowledge and consciousness that informs our lives. We experience the world and ourselves with and in our bodies and yet most of us relate to our bodies as a machine and only notice when it's in gross pain, pleasure or silent.
It's worth asking ourselves:
How is our disconnection from our bodies limiting our experience of life?
What wisdom, capacity and health would make itself available to us if we lived in the fullness of our body, mind and spirit?
How would this change how we interact with ourselves, each other and our planet?
"The practices you’ve shared are about being a human being, which I appreciate so much. And because it’s body focused, it’s added an element I too easily ignore – just connecting with myself with ease and appreciation."
It's Time To Enter The Hive
Workshops and Community Gatherings
Our classes and experiences include movement, body-centered mindfulness, sensory activation, visualization, ancestral connections, science, inquiry and reflection in a welcoming, engaged and supportive community.
Taste Of Honey Workshops
The Taste of Honey Workshops are short and potent, giving you simple yet powerful tools to help you overcome everyday difficulty and restore a sense of well-being to your life.
Our Taste Workshops are held online, intentionally made affordable and are 75 minutes long.
- Your Body Can Help You Stop Overthinking
- How to Find Your Center in Unstable Times
- How to Find Happiness in Difficult Times
Deep Dive Workshops
Deep Dives are a space to dive deep into a particular topic or tool; they are a space to dive deeper into yourself. Join Ladan and other guest experts in these immersive, specialty workshops to deepen your understanding and enrich your toolkit for living an awake and happy life.
Our Deep Dive sessions are held online, affordable and are 120 minutes long.
- Voice, Vibration & Change
- Unlock Your Wisdom by Learning the Language of Your Body
- Embodying the Elements
Healing Circles for Women
Our Women’s Bodies Healing Circle offers a safe, supportive space where we connect with other women who are experiencing similar challenges, feelings and emotions. Each circle is a blend of sharing and silence, compassion and curiosity.
We meet Online on the 3rd Saturday of each month for 90 minutes. This is donation-based program.
Whether you are brand new to body-centered practices or looking to add to your toolset, our offerings are designed to meet you where you are at.
Foundational Workshop Series
Led by Ladan, each Foundational workshop series explores how to cultivate a deeper appreciation of and rooting into your body, and allow you to experience your body as a source of life, happiness and connection to your self, your community, and the natural world. Each foundational series is hosted virtually, and includes 3 separate sessions.
Returning in Fall 2022
Finding Goodness In Our Bodies
Find, feel and increase what already feels good in your body intrinsically. The ability to sense what feels good is vital to healing trauma and leads to a greater sense of well-being, happiness and compassion in our lives.
Returning in Fall 2022
Making Friends with Our Bodies
By developing an attitude of friendliness towards our experiences, we can begin to create and cultivate safety for ourselves and others to show up authentically. This genuine presence is the ground on which we can experience a sense of relaxation, levity, and happiness, while letting go of insecurities, defensiveness, and fear.
Returning in Fall 2022
Opening to Our World through Our Senses
By isolating, activating and heightening each of our six senses, we will push beyond our tendency to dismiss or ignore them and rediscover the vividness of our experience and our connection to the natural world.
"I needed to get back in touch with the power and pleasure of my BODY and get out of the chaos of my mind. I desire a lighter life at this phase. I have gathered tools from Honey in the Temple that are practical AND practicable. In other words, I can and will use these tools because they make sense to me and don’t require any special equipment, etc."
Join our vibrant community and come home to your body.
Join our community and instantly receive a gift of a body-based mediation practice: How to Start an Awareness of the Body Practice. It's a great practice that gently lands you in your body and restores your body-mind balance. You can do it any time of day and for as long as you want to. ENJOY!
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Hi, I'm Ladan
I founded Honey in the Temple with the purpose of participating in building a society that is healthy, kind and open. The only way to do this is to start with ourselves. This work is my calling. In my pursuit to learn what lies beyond my own suffering and pain, I have studied with great teachers, accompanied other seekers and found my own pathways to joy and liberation. I hold an MFA from the University of Plymouth, am co-founder and facilitator of the Contemplative Creativity Lab and the facilitator and meditation instructor for the Seattle Shambhala BIPOC Meditation Group. My meditation lineage for the last 15 years has been Shambhala - a secular form of Buddhism started in the West by Chögyum Trungpa Rinpoche, which is rooted in the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness. I have found that we can be serious and playful at the same time and that a bit of humor and levity makes it possible for us to do the hard work. I’m honored to share my learnings with you. In our work together, plan to see me in my authenticity– raw, warm, and high-spirited. Let’s get out of our own way and onto the path of discovering our goodness!Get to know me