Welcome to the Hearth!
Welcome to a sacred place that holds women as the unique precious jewels that they are, where they are seen, celebrated and embraced in acceptance and community.
Traditionally, women across culture and time have tended the Hearth ~ a fire that warmed, nourished and sustained the home.
It has long been a place of mystical teaching, guidance, spiritual nutrient, celebration and ceremony.
In the not too distant past the Hearth was a domestic flame that truly was a symbol for the relationship between daily life, home and Spirit.
It was the flame of the Sacred Feminine.
Ultimately, the hearth fire is the fire within us all, and as Carolyn Hillyer wisely and wildly reminds us, when it is tended fiercely with love and tenderness, it is the most ancient magic of all.
There is nothing more simple and precious than that.
Why the Hearth?
We are committed to building a community of Women who share authentic Sisterhood.
A Sisterhood of women who are yearning and seeking to tend the sacred flame within,
to empower themselves and each other to bring that beautiful, unique light into the world.
We warmly invite you to join us.
Sustain the Soul
At the Women’s hearth our deepest passion is to bring that primal flame of the Sacred Feminine into our work to honour the rhythms of Womanhood and the Great Mother’s seasons and cycles. Our work aims to sustain the soul, to be a healing balm and guide as we travel through change, triumph, loss and grief, as a place to offer prayers to the world and a flame that warms our creative offerings.
Come gather in the warmth, safety and beauty of the Women’s Hearth where each and everyone of us is illuminated and where we can deliciously weave together our inspiration and imagination through ritual, ceremony, rich colour, conscious movement, story, dance, song, drum, sound, poetry, sacred craft, connecting with nature, good food, hot steaming cuppas, and an abundance of fun!
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live and work, the Whadjuk and Wadandi People. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We are truly blessed to be here on beautiful Noongar Boodja.