‘Becoming a Woman’ – the Workshop
A gathering for girls, pre-menarche (onset of menstruation) or just ‘started’, with their mothers, to demystify the menstrual cycle and to learn through information sharing about the physical and spiritual opportunities inherent in the female cycle. The gathering is conducted in a circle format over three hours, with the mothers sharing some of their experiences and Jane facilitating an interactive experience with all participants as she explains the rhythm of the cycle. The basics of the cycle will be explained, linking it to the cycles of the moon and earth seasons. We do a shamanic drum journey to meet with our inner Goddess and draw and share our experiences.
This gathering serves to honour the feminine experience of the menstrual cycle, to celebrate being a woman and to heal the ‘wounded feminine’ of our times.
Each Maiden receives a copy of “Becoming – a Woman, a guide for girls approaching menstruation”.
Cost $100 per mother and daughter couple, refreshments provided.
Maiden and Mothers gatherings are given by Jane on request.
Graduate Teachers for Becoming a Woman:
Sydney – Kate Barber
Blue Mountains – Ishwari Shead
Central Coast – Gypsy Artemis, Emerald Azure
Illawara – Linda Taylor, Adriana Naili
Mid North Coast – Judy Diana Mort
Northern Rivers (Byron Shire) – Sequoia Krop, Char Hill, Belle Southerden, Muriele Tesauri, Sabina Waters
Bellingen – Joanna Dadd
Hobart – Kristan Lee Read
Perth/Bunbury – Melissa Brown
New Zealand – Rachel Pearson
Doing MaidenMoonSong I learnt more about myself, like who I am as a person and where I'm meant to be in the world. The information helped me be more compassionate with my friends.
MaidenMoonSong taught me a lot about being a woman and my menstrual cycle. It made me in touch with my body and everything that goes on within it. And it helped me know why sometimes I feel outgoing and sometimes I feel inward.
Our young people are ready for the teaching of the Mysteries and Jane and Kym bring this learning with integrity, truth and compassion. I have no hesitation in recommending Moonsong and Sunsong for your teenage students.