we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the country we stand on, the Wandi Wandian people. we pay our respects to past, present and future Elders and honour the First People of this land. we recognize that sovereignty was never ceded and the land that we live on is now, always was and always will be Traditional Land. it is our intention to tread softly and decolonize our practises and aspire to be in balance through all that we do.
people have gained wisdom, insight and healing from creating art in connection with nature since ancient times. this relationship with the environment has been proven to help us regulate and promote a sense of wellbeing, belonging and joy.
sometimes in our busy lives we feel like we don't have a lot of time to spend in nature or for self care. the sage caravan offers accessible opportunities to deepen our relationships; through connecting with the elements, nature and self, and creating sacred art to embody the experience.
registration open now for the upcoming sage caravan circles - click to view the woven circle