Full moon women’s circle – grain super moon at Whinlatter

Whinlatter Forest
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The full Grain moon marks the beginning of super moon season, where the moon is at her closest to the Earth, and symbolises the beginning of our personal harvest as the season begins to slow.

Calling in the elements & directions we cast a sacred circle to celebrate and connect with the energy of the moon, to release anything that no longer serves us and create our very best life!

You can expect

  • Meditation ~ visualisation ~ drumming ~ fire ritual ~ manifestation!
  • Sharing with other women in a supportive and nurturing circle.
  • Forest tea and cake provided – please let me know of any dietary requirements on booking.
  • All you need to be is you! All you need to bring is yourself, some warm clothes, a torch, and maybe a journal…

Age 16+.  Please note this event is in the depths of the forest 300m up a steep path. We have a large shelter and it will still go ahead in the rain. There are no toilets in the forest so please go before you arrive. 

Whinlatter Forest

19th August 2024

£20 per person, booking essential

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