Dark Moon Women's Circle + Ceramics
Are you longing for time and space to connect with yourself and others in an intentional way?
Would you like to explore ideas about ‘Goddess’ and ‘feminine’ archetypes and what they mean to you?
Would you like to create an object or talisman that can reconnect you with your highest values?
In this circle you’ll be invited to rest, connect, reflect, and create.
☽ We will share embodiment practices (this could be meditation, breath work, drum journey, dance, journaling) to reflect on your relationship with the ancient feminine/Goddess archetype and your relationship with her.
☽ We will be gathering during the dark moon phase, and as a part of working with this phase we’ll reflect on something that needs releasing. You’ll be invited to create a ceramic object to represent this.
☽ You’ll be invited to also explore the archetypes of the Goddess/feminine/seasons through creating ceramic sculptures. You could make sculptural pieces, vessels, bowls, or any other small ceramic creation that calls you. Yoursculptures will be filled with your intentions and can bring some magic for your altar, garden or workplace.
When: Saturday 14th October
Time: 12- 5pm
Where: It Takes A Village Midwifery, 57a Kenmore Rd, Kenmore, QLD
$225 early bird / book in by 15th September
$275 regular price
*Two sliding scale/community tickets available for folks with financial barriers*
☽ Delicious afternoon tea platter (please advise if you need GF/vegan/other dietary requirements when you book) and a selection of teas.
☽ Approximately 4/5 small sculptures filled with your intentions. These will be bisque fired for you. Please note sculptures won’t be glazed.
☽ You’ll be contacted when your sculptures are ready for collection (after a few weeks) and can be picked up from It Takes A Village Midwifery, Kenmore. Or your pieces can be posted to you for an additional fee.
You’ll be strongly encouraged to let go of expectations of making something ‘perfect’ and supported to be with the process, embracing whatever you create.
I’m not a pottery expert or teacher, just a fellow explorer of making with my hands and I hold a curiosity about the healing power of interweaving creativity and community connection.
This workshop invites you to come as you are, with you no clay experience necessary.
Bring a friend and come and make some magic with us!