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Rekindle Our Medicine Workshops

We are delighted to have Tor and Dorrie Joy offering 'Rekindle Our Medicine' workshops this year... take home your very own womb wrap, medicine woman drum or bag as part of these special crafting experiences.

Womb Wrap Weaving with Tor
friday 10am - 3pm (£168)

We are very happy to have Tor back with us this year and she will be offering her very special skills to guide you through creating your own womb wrap to take home and use as part of your journey with your womb.

A little about the workshop:

Experience the magic of the ancient craft of weaving. Let yourself be held by the Loom and the softness of wool as you weave upon red threads a sacred wrap for your Womb.

This is a workshop to create a textile of ancient origins to whom I thank the indigenous cultures of the world for the continued weaving and sharing of this Womb medicine.

The womb wrap is worn wrapped around your womb space to offer warmth, protection, holding, and to return you home to your cyclical body.

We will be working with wool from the British Isles that I have hand spun and naturally dyed with plant Beings of the local landscape who each offer their own magic to the weave.

We will be working with intention and so I ask you bring an intention for your Womb and her cycles with you to work with as we weave. This might be something like 'I offer love to my womb through deeper awareness of my cycle' or 'I allow myself sacred rest'. I invite you to ask your womb herself for this intention during your menstrual time or at the New Moon if without a blood cycle.

No prior experience of weaving is necessary. This workshop is suitable for both menstruating and pre and post menopausal Women.

There is space for breaks and a longer lunch break too, please bring plenty of water to drink a packed lunch also.

Please be aware that weaving can be physically intense and so this isn't a workshop suitable for children.

I wish for every woman to be able to lean into the workshop fully and so I ask for any children (other than breastfeeding children) to be cared for by loving others outside of the yurt space for this time.

Any questions please email me at torwoven@gmail.com.

Sacred craft with dorrie joy
Saturday & sunday (£30 - 265)

Dorrie Joy is gracing us with many incredible workshops this year for you to get creative with your hands, weaving your prayers through her knowledge and work, passing on these ancient rites of passage as Medicine weavers to these lands.


You can pre- book the following workshops (Limited Spaces):

 


SATURDAY

Medicine Woman Drum Making : £265

Medicine Woman Rattles: £50

SUNDAY

Medicine Woman Bag: £40

Medicine Pouches & Wild Medicine: £30


 

Medicine Woman Drum
Medicine Drum Making Workshop in a rich ceremonial space, birthing unique, soulful, sweet & deep water buffalo medicine drums with a rose quartz handle on 16” hand steamed local ash frames, held & guided by Dorrie Joy. Water buffalo are like the honey mamas of drums, deep, warm & songful. Good for voice, breath & womb work. All materials are ethically sourced & hand prepared in the south west uk with integrity & care. Includes drum beater & blessing. Arrive on time & bring a packed lunch & drinking water. Limited spaces. Early booking essential.

Medicine Woman Rattle
This workshop includes sanding, shaping, oiling & creating a personal medicine rattle from a pre-sewn rawhide head filled with singing river stones, decorated with medicine woman totems of earth & ocean.

Medicine Woman Bag
Stitching a personal pure wool medicine bag with a Cornish summer flower.
Learn seven embroidery stitches and drink from the circle of the oldest ways women have shared warmth & wisdom together.


Medicine Pouches & Wild Medicine Teachings
A sweet & nourishing workshop crafting Medicine Pouches from soft, ethically sourced deer leather, filled with freshly prepared Cedar, with teachings on harvesting Wild Medicines for Blessings, Health & Sustainability.

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