We have decided to postpone our SPRING workshop, and instead run it in the SUMMER. It all felt a little rushed getting home from travelling and having had no time to advertise. We have taken some time to breathe!!
Here’s the updated flyer. Please feel free to make contact via the email provided on the flyer if you have any questions etc.
Due to the timing, GIFT VOUCHERS will be available and would make fab Xmas presents!
After several months off “work” and mostly “off-line”, I am home! And it feels good to sleep in my own bed, bathe in my own bath, have a toilet that flushes, AND have a washing machine 🙂 Oh the things we take for granted!
I was off creating memories for my four year old who is starting school full-time next year. We ventured all the way across Oz to Broome where we felt our feet upon the red dust of The Kimberly (my ancestral home)….then up to Darwin where I first felt her flutter in my womb….then north east to Kuranda near Cairns to run a medicine drum making workshop. I suspect we travelled 20,000 km!
Travelling over the Winter months and thus missing out on the opportunity to hibernate and rest, was challenging at times. There were many moments when I wanted to snuggle under the duvet and watch a video, but instead found myself in the harsh West Australian sun! (I know! “Poor me”!!) So to compensate, this Spring will have an element of hibernation for me, whilst we transition back to life on the East Coast, in a house with 4 walls and a roof LOL. I am being super gentle with myself as I integrate that Super Moon…some past life insights….and also wisdom gained in Sacred Circle with Blessed siStars and brothers. Big times!
I am pleased to say that my daughter grew in so many ways whilst we explored our amazing country. She learned about all sorts of animals, ate bush tucker on Country, developed a love for mud pies, and co-created priceless family memories. Here are a few of the hundreds of photographs I took on walkabout. I hope you enjoy them.
Hello beautiful people!
After an amazing drum making workshop a few weeks back, we have decided to schedule further ahead this time to give people time to put it in their diaries!
October 17th and 18th, 2015. 8.30am-5pm.
So here’s the flyer below.
We hope you can join us!
Blessings from he deep of winter,
I am delighted to announce our medicine drum making workshop here on The Central Coast.
The foundation of the workshop and the drum making process revolves around exploring, unpacking, and understanding your own birth. My teacher, Jane Hardwick Collings suggests that by revisiting our birth (our first rite of passage) we can better approach, understand, and process other rites of passage…such as birthing our babies. (Even if you have birthed once already, every subsequent birth matters!) My own journey making my own drum has definitely had a huge impact on my life, and deepened my understanding of my Self. I won’t birth a baby again, but I birth projects regularly!
So if you live within an easy drive from the Central Coast, jump on line and grab yourself a ticket. The session is limited to 8.
Gypsy Artemis x
It’s not the grandest of tours, but it’s a tour none the less!!!
I’m pleased to announce that on Saturday 30th May, I will be running my much loved Menarche Healing Workshop in Upper Lansdowne. Not sure where that is? It’s near Taree, Port Macquarie, and Wingham.
Tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/menarche-first-blood-healing-workshop-tickets-16812874761
And the flyer is here 🙂
When I ran this workshop at Regrowth Festival recently, the 34 women attending had quite profound experiences. Here’s what they had to say afterwards:
So if you live in the Upper Lansdowne area, or know someone who does, you may like to come along and also share this page with them. Whilst we may not feel “scarred” by our menarche experience, we may also not feel fully empowered. Attending this workshop provides an opportunity to reclaim your menarche and re-write your script about what it means to be a full-power, anything’s possible, woman!
For more info email me here firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0406 502 715