Welcome To Teatro Luna Azul


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Saucy Secrets

The show will feature a variety of storytellers all sharing a story that has been hidden … until now.

Teatro Luna Azul will be hosting a Storytelling Show on Friday, May 26.  The show, Saucy Story Secrets is conceived and hosted by award winning storyteller, Barbara Tint.  The show will feature a variety of storytellers all sharing a story that has been hidden until now. Maybe naughty, maybe finally ready, maybe brave enough, these stories will delight, inspire and touch you. 

As the audience, you will also have a chance to share some anonymous secrets. Time to shed some light on those gremlins hidden in the dark. 

Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are 200 pesos at the door. Show starts at 7pm.

There will be dinner and drinks available at 6pm. Dinner will be a Pad Thai.

There will also be a vegetarian option. You can RSVP for dinner at bluemooninbaja@yahoo.com.

Fundraiser for Bomberos Voluntarios El Pescadero

Here are the Storytellers:

Barbara Tint – MC & Storyteller

Lama Tashi

Ivonne Benitez

Marcela Magdaleno

Scott Chandler

Pablo Marquez

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Spontaneous Body Stories

Somatic movement to find your patterns and blocks. Using Family Constellation work, you create a scene from your discoveries.  

 This series of five workshops is designed to open up new pathways of expression through the body to allow your subconscious stories to emerge.

For the first half of the workshop you will explore a range of somatic practices to connect deeply with your body:

You will explore the rich array of your subtle body sensations to cultivate presence and awareness. 

You will explore movement with a focus on tracking the natural impulses in your body to allow these to guide you into an organic continuum — one that is not actively controlled by your mind but emerges from the depth of your unconscious. A practice that will deeply unwind your body’s fascia and nervous system and allow you to tap out of repetitive movement patterns and conditionings. 

You will learn how to trigger a very spontaneous quality of movement in the body in order to release deeply held tensions.

We will look at qualities of stillness, gestures and the atmospheres that are evoked through our journeys in movement.

You will explore touch and connection with others from a deeply embodied presence.

You will practice listening, in silence, through your presence and touch.

In the second half of the workshop, you will take a story that emerges from this movement, and recreate it outside of yourself using the people in the group to represent the  people and situations in your story,   When these parts of yourself talk to each other, a new perspective is gained, releasing blocks that had been hidden to you.

About the Facilitators

Steve Karle

Steve is German/Mexican who spent half of his childhood in Baja California, though he has lived most of his life in London. He’s a Somatic Therapist and Educator with 13 years’ experience specializing in spontaneous movement both in and out of water.   He studied music and drama professionally in Cuba, Italy, including a postgrad at LAMDA in London.   But his career was cut short after the trauma of a serious accident, which eventually got him doing somatic therapy.  He has led retreats and given practitioner certifications throughout Europe and parts of Asia.

Marcella Magdaleno

Author of several books and facilitator in family constellations at the Berth Hellinger school.  She is currently writing a book about the history and people of Todos Santos.

$2000 pesos

5 sessions on Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30pm starting May 4th

At Teatro Luna Azul

RSVP – teatrolunaazulbaja@gmail.com

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Earth Day Community Sale

Yearly Spring Cleaning Event

Come find what you’ve been looking for.

Couch, Side Table Cabinet, Shelves, Portble AC Unit,

Piano Keyboard, Travel Guitar, Set of 15′ Speakers, Clothes, Costumes,

Kitchen Items, Used Solar Inverter/Batteries, Older VW Van,

Health items such as Astragala and powders for smoothies,

Used Tires for Retaining Walls

And so Much More…

If you would like a table to sell your own cool items, contact us at bluemooninbaja@yahoo.com

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Cacao Ceremony & Sound Bath

What is Cacao?

We take the cacao as a hot drink and is very grounding, healing, and heart opening. It heightens our energy, enhances meditation, and helps bring clarity and peace. Cacao carries ancient wisdom dating back to its origins of the Aztecs, Mayans, and Latin America. Today, Cacao is considered a superfood because of its abundance of antioxidants and minerals.

What is a Sound bath?

Sound bath is an ancient meditative practice that uses different instruments to create healing vibrations all around the body. The rhythmic wave patterns of the crystal singing bowls allow your brain to relax into its natural theta phase, boost your natural immune system, and open to receive the ultimate healing

The Facilitators – Mars & Livvy

:Mars is a visionary artist and musician with +7 years of experience sharing the medicine of cacao, and a background in healing music and visual arts. She finds excitement in designing beautiful, magical and transcendental experiences, based on restoring the nervous system, guiding through music and vibrations, Her purpose is to help raise the awakening of consciousness in the world.

Livvy is a ceremonialist, doula, energy healer and visionary who has facilitated numerous ceremonies, woman’s circles, group sessions and worked on many retreats internationally. Her main passion is to elevate consciousness and universal love.

Benefits of the Session. Sound healing is deeply beneficial for:

– Easing anxiety and depression

– Releasing energetic blocks, clearing stagnant energy

– Leaving you feeling rested, restored, and relaxed

What to bring

– Water, Yoga Mat, Blanket (optional)

Doors open at 5pm. Session starts at 5:30pm.

500 pesos

RSVP to let us know you are coming, so we know how much cacao to prepare


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Pop Up Vintage Market

Come on by this Friday March 24 between 4 and 7pm, and check out the vintage household and clothing items for sale. If you have just built your home here or are still looking for items such as lamps and furniture, they may have just what you want,

We will have tapas and drinks available too. Should be a lovely way to end the day!

Then on Saturday March 25, they will re open from 11am to 1pm, so you can come back if you need to!

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A Tribute to Stephen Stills – For What it’s Worth

Musician/Storyteller Barry Cloyd will take us on a journey through the music and life of Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills & Nash fame.

Accompanied by David Raitt and Jeff Hibshman, this should be an incredible evening under the stars at Teatro Luna Azul.

Saturday March 18.

Door and bar open at 7pm. Tickets 200 pesos, at the door.

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La Gargola’s Last Tango

Make sure you see this original play that includes Tango, Argentina in the 1950’s, and spirits that haunt from the past. An unforgetable evening! There will be an Argentinian dinner served on Saturday nights only.

Doors open for dinner at 6pm on Saturday, Doors open at 7pm on Thursday and Friday. Show starts at 7:30pm. Full Bar available all nights.

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Sharon Katz & The Peace Train

South African musician, music therapist and humanitarian Sharon Katz was born in Nelson Mandela Bay / Port Elizabeth during the Apartheid era and began her anti-Apartheid activism as a teenager. In the decades since, she has used her music for social activism around the world, was recorded by Sting, and received the Phil Ochs “Music for Political and Social Change” award.

After Mandela’s election, Sharon Katz & The Peace Train became the country’s first musical ambassadors of the new democracy. Their USA tours have included performances for The Getty in LA, Disney World, Duke Ellington Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian in DC, the New Orleans Jazz Festival, Carnegie Hall in NY, and many universities and festivals.

Sharon performed with the legendary South African singer Miriam Makeba and featured on Sting’s Carnival! album with Elton John, Tina Turner, Annie Lennox, Ruben Blades, and Pavarotti. Grammy award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo also joined Sharon on The Peace Train. Several of Sharon’s albums have featured on the Grammy ballot for Best World Music including Imbizo, Side-By-Side and We Can Be The Change.

In 2015, the documentary film “When Voices Meet” about Sharon’s music and humanitarian work with The Peace Train project was released. Through archival footage and the 20-year retrospective words of the original choir members, musicians, and other South African personalities, this critically acclaimed documentary went on to receive numerous awards at over 30 film festivals around the world. It has been shown on TV in over 50 countries and is now available on Amazon Prime, YouTube and DVD.

Continuing her reputation of “converting gang members into band members,” Sharon is currently working in the border region between San Diego and Tijuana where she has been forming choirs and teaching guitar to youth in some of the most gang- and drug-infested areas. She’s also been working in shelters for migrant children and families, a safe house for girls rescued from trafficking, and a program for survivors of torture.

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ORIGINALS… More Than Just the Blues

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