A howl to all of my healers, heathens, witches & coven seekers.
Following the Celtic Wheel of the Year we gather together during these transitional celebrations to amplify, extract and create a deeper space for self healing.
Each gathering is a 3 hr in person invitation to allow ourselves to slip from our ordinary reality and into liminal spaces of our ancestors, guides and wise self.
We allow our body prayers to be expressed through dance, sit in sacred ceremony holding space for ourselves and others. We weave our own spell crafting magic to deepening our connection to the land teachers. We connect with the heart expanding medicine of Mama Cacao to continue to soften the edges of our armour and receive the subtle gifts kept in our bones and blood.
We howl, we express, we laugh, we cry. Our rage is sacred. Our grief is sacred. Our joy is sacred.
Shae takes you through a journey of embodying your senses for an awakening into the wild divine.
In her offerings, Shae guides you through sacred body magic and energetic activations in the depths of your subconscious with her 15 years of disciplined study in a variety of transformational practices.
Shae also draws upon her Pagan Ancestry of Celtic, Slavic, Romanian and Nordic roots to create a ceremonial container for you to awaken to the medicine that already exists within.
These are gatherings for souls (men + women) who live by the seasons, have a deep reverence for nature and honour the cyclical pulsation of the feminine.
These are wild celebrations of our body temples, the earth & the magic of rebirthing.
Land appreciation + acknowledgements
Co-creative altar + wild crafting + spell weaving
Plant medicine of Cacao
Wild ecstatic dance + vocal activation work
Community connection + self reflective invitations
"Working with Shae has taught me I am my own person, I can lean on myself when I’m in need. I am not dreaming of the person I want to be, I continue to grow into her and it doesn’t feel impossible anymore.”
- Nicole T.
"I have come to learn that self care and carving out time for myself is difficult. I have a shame cycle to work through regarding that. But, I have also learned that I am worthy on the care and gentle self love. That when I do give back to myself, I am able to show up in the world more as the person I imagine myself to be. I feel more aligned with the self I want to be."
- Jenn F.
"I've come so far since that initial call with her, farther than I could’ve imagined at the time. I am excited to continue working together."
- Arianna C.
Yes, sacred practices are anything done with intentionality and full presence. A lot of the time we learn these practices through experience and witnessing. You don't need to have had any previous experience with sacred practices to benefit from this gathering.
Cacao is a tree that grows in Mesoamerican countries. Cacao itself is actually a fruit. If you’ve never experienced Cacao in a ceremonial grade you will liken the taste to a warm chocolate drink. However it is not chocolate in the sense that you know it for how it has been prepared from tree to cup is very specific.
“Ceremonial Cacao is made from heirloom strains of Cacao from Central and South America. Unlike conventional Cacao or cocoa powder, Ceremonial Cacao has not been defatted and is minimally processed under low temperatures to maximize its health benefits.
These Cacao trees are grown and harvested sustainably, employing regenerative agricultural practices. Above all, the people involved in bringing this Cacao to you are properly compensated and tend lovingly to their work.
To be considered ceremonial grade, Cacao must fulfill the following requirements:
It must be raised sustainably, using regenerative practices. If it is raised and processed by the traditional methods, it meets this requirement.
It must be equitable. There must be fair pricing for the farmers and labor justice for everyone involved in the value chain.
It must be addressed with the intention of ceremonial use. At all steps, the values of sacred reciprocity must be upheld.
It must be used with respect. Acknowledgement of the ancient Indigenous lineage of Cacao for ceremony is central to its ethical use in modern context.
Who should avoid cacao:
Individuals currently taking any SSRI antidepressants, low blood pressure medication, or those undergoing chemotherapy treatment should not drink more than a meditation dose.
The combination of medication and Cacao can cause adverse effects when consumed in higher doses.
Is there caffeine in Cacao?
The main stimulating ingredient in Cacao is Theobromine. Theobromine is in the same family as caffeine; however, it’s much more gentle on the adrenal glands and nervous system. It is also more alkalizing. Most strains of Cacao contain some caffeine, as well. Heirloom strains from Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, and Belize have very little caffeine.” - Cacao Laboratory
Over all we work with the medicine of this living plant spirit to help open our hearts, soften ourselves and expand into bliss. This plant medicine has been a consistent ally of mine for a decade and our relationship always is deepening.
The way that I prepare the cacao is vegan friendly and is infused with prayer and my personal magic.
Please reach out if you have any further questions about this plant ally.
Yes payment plans can be arranged.
Please understand that a lot of soul work goes into preparing these ceremonies. There are no refunds for any reason. Services are not transferrable, thank you for understanding.
Women who are fiercely committed to making sustainable changes within themselves and their life paths. Anyone who derives joy from being a lifelong student of their own subconsciousness and is willing to move through cycles of metaphorical life, death and rebirth to achieve the mindset and lifestyle they know is in highest alignment with their entire being. They are soul driven and ready to dive in even when there are blockages.