Reclaiming the Sovereign Womb
This is a very special 3-day retreat featuring two Indigenous elder medicine women who will be guiding a deep and transformative journey out of institutionalized messages of oppression toward people with wombs and into a sacred relationship with the Divine Feminine energy. Both teachers have worked for decades to heal and empower people with wombs to process trauma and restore a right relationship to their bodies, themselves, and to connect them to the grounding and creative energy the Earth provides.
This retreat will include a number of intensive and playful experiences to facilitate the journey. There will be a sweat lodge, energetic grounding practice, water ceremony, cleansing rituals, nature walks, space for healing and processing, creative group art activities, conscious eating, stone magic, and so much more! Come to this event if you are yearning to better integrate your own body and energy to the broader Divine Feminine intelligence and wisdom of the Earth.
*25 people max limit first come first serve with an emphasis on Indigenous and People of Color*
Rabiah Nur is an Indigenous healer, activist, storyteller, speaker, ceremonialist and daughter of the Great Mother. Her work in the world is to heal and empower women through connection to nature, to spirit, and to their innate wisdom. She works to facilitate a rebirth of a new and healthy society where women are valued, empowered, whole and are held as the sacred beings that they are. If women are unhealthy, the whole society is unhealthy.
Currently, Rabiah consults with and teaches at conferences, gatherings, schools, religious organizations, and retreat centers to offer Earth-based spiritual teachings, grounding energetic work, collective healing for teams and work groups, and education about appropriate use of Indigenous practices and traditions.
Wapajea Walks On Water is a singer, nationally recognized traditional healing song story woman, and sweat lodge water pourer. "Mama Walks On Water as many call her, is the fourth generation of Native American, African sound healing women in her family. She was taught by her Choctaw mother, "Mountain Eagle Woman," and her Creek African grandmother to use the energy of sound to nourish the emotions, cleanse the spirit and to wake up the ancestral memory.
Her song seminars and lecture/concerts center around helping the audience tap into the celestial root of sound, and its healing effects on the body. Participants are taken on a historical journey through time that assists them in reconnecting with the ancient "mother voice."
Claymont Society for Continuous Education (View)
667 Huyett Road
Charles Town, WV 25414
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|