Tending the Hearth - myth . embodiment . craft
A day for women for nourishment, renewal and inspiration. As women our bodies house the feminine essence; we are hearth keepers and tenders to life. In this world the sacred work of women has often gone unrecognised. This day is a space for you to be seen, to empty out and to tend your inner hearth. In a circle of women we will journey deeply through embodiment, story, sharing’s and the simple act of making and mending with our hands; nourishing body, heart and soul. Gathering renewal and fortitude to be woven back into the fabric of our families, communities and lives.
Saturday 7th May 10am – 5pm, Harberton Village Hall, Devon
Sarah Mooney trained in the Rocky mountains with Clarissa Pinkhola Estes who wrote Women who Run With The Wolves and has twenty years of storytelling, ceremony, ritual dreaming and soul reclamation in her pot. Yzabelaah Samahra-Rose is a movement artist and performance maker passionate about healing and transformational practice; she shares the simple and profound art of following the inherent moving intelligence of the body and exploring creativity as a tool for deep listening and guidance.
“Sarah has a natural gift for holding an authentic and raw space for soul work. She has a way of celebrating the light and comfortably inviting curiosity into the dark. I love her and I love her work” “Yzabelaah offers a space for healing and revelation, a wonderful mixture of Art and transformational practice. I left with images resonating in my body, as after deep dreaming... reminding me of our wild nature, and of the magic and mystery below the surface of our everyday lives”
Your ticket includes the evening's event ‘Radiating Full Spectrum Love’.