A six week program of women’s circles for every life stage
A collaboration between
Welcome to The Womanhood, a collaboration between The Mama Circle and Simply Living Soulful.
The Womanhood is a series of morning, afternoon and evening circles for women at every life stage. Taking place at the magical Wonder Dome on Gubbi Gubbi Country in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, we will gather to honour, celebrate and nurture women and mothers, the magic and wisdom we hold within us and how we move into our power.
The Womanhood Program
The Wonder Dome
17 February – 24 March 2021
The Lullaby Ensemble
A six week song circle for new mamas. Singing folk lullabies from around the world, meditating and talking about all things this motherhood journey throws at us, we hold each other in circle and in song.
Re-Riting Motherhood, Reclaiming You
Do you feel like you lost yourself when you became a mother? It is a momentous transformation that in our current society has been completely dismissed. Part course, part circle, part ceremony, Re-Riting Motherhood is a safe and confidential space to honour this rite of passage whether you have been mothering for months or decades so that you can do the important work of reclaiming you.
Femininity and Flow
A six week journey to discover the magic and flow of your own feminine cycle. We will gather together and connect to each other and our powerful and magical feminine cycles.
We are gifting one free ticket at each location, to a mama who could otherwise not access this incredible program due to finances. No questions asked. Discounted tickets are available for Black Women, Indigenous Women and Women of Colour. Please use the codes BIPOC to receive 20% off the program price.
‘It was so empowering to connect to my voice again. I’m far from a singer but I love the creativity and the power of using the voice. It always ended with a big snooze for the twins and always set me up for a good day.’Lullaby Ensemble Mama
‘The circles of women around us weave invisible nets of love
That carry us when we’re weak and sing with us when we’re strong‘