Ashes to Ashes

An Immersion for Womxn
with Kate Shela + Amber Ryan
+ an Inclusive Lineup of Teachers and Panelists


November 5th – 7th
on Zoom

Registration available through Wednesday, November 3rd.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel for any reason after you have registered for this event, you have until 2 weeks before the offering, October 22nd.
For Questions about Registration please email
Suggested donation of $260
with a sliding scale of $160- $460

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Sister Womxn

Welcome to Discovery Time

Welcome to Ritual Time

To Rising Up in the R/Evolution Time

Sister Womxn

We Are Lovers, Teachers, Artists, Friends,

Black, Brown, Indigenous, Asian, Latina, Multiracial, White

Sister Human

We Are Revolutionaries, Crones, Maidens,

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Cis, Genderqueer, Nonbinary, Straight Seeker Leaders

We are Womxn with a Wide Range of Abilities

We are an Adaptive Community

We are Fascinated

How Death and Resurrection Moves Within and Through Us

Sister Womxn

Where Do You Need Support?

Sister Human

What Needs to be Spoken and Seen?

Sister Human

What Needs to be Heard?

HerStory TheirStory Keeps Circulating 360 Degrees

Linear is Leaving Us and We Are Deepening

Our Own Internal and External Landmarks

The Ancient Future Awaits Us

From The Ash We Rise




Dance and Practice Embodiment

Step into Ritual Space

Learn through Round Table Discussions

Share Stories and Listen

Nourish with Yoga Nidra and Regenerative Integration




In listening to and witnessing all that is emerging locally and globally and as more of us are awakening to the ways in which expectations around gender are often too constraining to hold the vast spectrum of embodying gender, we have decided to open this immersion in expansive and inclusive ways. This year, Ashes to Ashes online, will be a brave sacred space open to all those who identify as womxn, regardless of sex assigned at birth or gender expression. We also welcome non-binary people who sometimes, partially, or historically identify as women.We would also like to especially extend an invitation to women who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).