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Keepers of the Womb

Next date: Sunday 17th Dec
10am - 5pm @ Haddon Acre Yurt, Didcot

Come, surrender and be held by the warmth of the feminine

We are inviting women to gather in circle for the day, to re-connect to the wisdom of the goddess within us and all around us. To tune in to our inner landscape and receive the guidance that is available,

when we are ready to listen.


Through nourishing practices, ritual and feeling deeply held by the feminine, this is an opportunity to call upon the magick that has been buried for thousands of years. The Priestess mysteries are no longer hidden - it's time to reclaim and remember the power that lies within you as a 'Keeper of the Womb'. 

What's Included:

 Cocooning practice and Sound Journey with Crystal Singing Bowls


Womb Centred Meditations


Working with the rose frequencies


Mary Magdalene Veiling Ceremony


Creative practice


Time for journaling and gentle reflection


Yummy shared lunch


Ritual items to take home


A day with like minded sisters

About the venue

Haddon Acre is home to a traditional Mongolian yurt, the perfect alternative venue for workshops, gatherings or meetings. Enjoy one of the best views in Oxfordshire in this peaceful spot, located on the south side of the Wittenham Clumps

with panoramic views of the Chilterns.

You will appreciate the magic of being close to one of the earliest human settlements with the history being literally part of the landscape. Haddon Acre is surrounded by unspoiled farmland yet conveniently located for the Thames Valley’s major towns.

"I was very excited and nervous to come to the retreat as I had never done anything like it before. I’m so glad I trusted my intuition and just booked it though.  I’ve never sat in a room full of other women I have never met and felt such a powerful loving energy.  Amanda and Violet created such a sacred safe space and you could feel the love and care that was put into preparing for the day. 

I felt permission to just be as I am and to share vulnerably with the group.  I loved every aspect of the day and found it to be a really healing experience.  Wish I could do that every week!"

- Jess, London UK

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