Join us for a night out at recently opened restaurant CRISP Rochester in the Swillburg neighborhood! In astrology, the sun is the metaphor for the masculine energy and the moon for the feminine. We often talk about our sun sign, but our moon sign is who we really are inside; our intuitive self, and how we process our emotions. If the sun rules our outer landscape, our moon rules our inner world. Just in time for the Spring Equinox, we'll talk about the different lunar phases and signs and how to work with the moon most effectively by understanding how the tone of the moon shifts as it expresses itself through the signs as it transits them, which it does every 2 1/2 days! Each lunar cycle includes the birth, growth, and conclusion of something in our lives. We can use the astrological sign the moon phase occurs to align ourselves with the areas of our lives best aligned with what energies are being highlighted, as well as what areas of our charts that our personal moon sign falls within.Please note: Students are encouraged to make dining reservations before or after class time. Reservations can be made via CRISP Rochester’s website. Food, drink, and gratuity are not included in the ticket cost. Age:This class is appropriate for ages 18+.Location:This class will take place indoors at Crisp Rochester, located at 819 S Clinton Ave, Rochester, NY 14620.Accessibility:Live subtitles will be available upon request during this class. If you would like to request a sign language interpreter or will be attending class with an aide, please fill out our contact form. Please also let us know if you have any preferences (seating, vision access, etc).About the teacher:Tami Fuller is a modern fiber artist and educator, working out of East Aurora. Her studio work integrates the traditional foundations of hand-constructed processes with modern technique, using foreign objects and metal as she explores provocative concepts related to female life and experiences. Tami is passionate about inspiring and empowering a new generation of creators by teaching the fiber arts in new, modern contexts which are still strongly rooted in traditional technique. She teaches retreats and workshops throughout the Northeast and Pacific Northwest, where her family has a large sheep farm that specializes in breeding rare breeds of sheep. She has shown in several group shows, and her work has received awards from NY Sheep and Wool and the Carnegie Arts Center.For details on our COVID-19 policies, class cancellation policy, parking, and more please visit our FAQs.