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Red Tent

In ancient times the Red Tent was a sacred space where women gathered together at their bleeding time of the month or after they had given birth. The space was protected by men and held by women. An opportunity to be together and experience the support and nurturing of other women. Men believed that during their bleeding time women had greater power and that in gathering together in this way they could harness these powers for the greater good of the tribe.

Red Tents are back to honour the spirit of our ancestors and continue the tradition of women gathering together. Whilst we no longer gather together at our bleeding time, we continue to hold this sacred space.

The Red Tent is held in Goddess tradition and honours the role that Mother Nature plays in our lives. We follow the Wheel of the Year, celebrating the 8 ancient Celtic festivals from Winter Solstice through Summer Solstice and back again. Through ceremony, meditation, craft, circle sharing and chant we harness our own inner energies to the energy of Nature at these different times. Gatherings allow us much needed time out of our lives to connect with the elements and the energy of Mother Earth which modern life often takes us away from. Sitting in Circle with our sisters strengthens our identity as women and the bonds between us as women.

Before the Yoga Hut was built, the Red Tent was held in my tipi, a beautiful space. Red Tent gatherings are now held in the Yoga Hut. The Red Tent tradition of gathering together around the fire to connect with the elements and set our intentions for the workshop is still a vital, grounding and initiating part of the ceremony as we hold the first part of the gathering outside before moving into the nurturing space of the Yoga Hut.

Come and sit in Circle with us.

FOR DETAILS OF RED TENT FESTIVALS AND  EVENTS PLEASE SEE WEBSITE BLOG.

 

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Red Tents are back to honour the spirit of our ancestors and continue the tradition of women gathering together. Whilst we no longer gather together at our bleeding time, we continue to hold this sacred space.

The Red Tent is held in Goddess tradition and honours the role that Mother Nature plays in our lives. We follow the Wheel of the Year, celebrating the 8 ancient Celtic festivals from Winter Solstice through Summer Solstice and back again. Through meditation, craft, circle sharing and chant we harness our own inner energies to the energy of Nature at these different times.

The Red Tent is held in my tipi, a beautiful space. We sit in Circle around the fire and in doing this we are brought closer together with many of the differences between us removed. This allows for freer expression as we share the ancient human tradition of sitting around the fire together sharing our stories.

Come and sit in Circle with us.

The Red Tent is the best biz. Plz come plz it's only 20 quid pp

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