Vision Statement



The School of Shamanic Womancraft is a community of women united by a revolutionary impulse for social change and healing to bring forward a new sense of inner authority and inner power for all involved. We are committed to raising consciousness, supporting and reawakening deep feminine wisdom, healing birth and healing the Earth.




We understand and appreciate the interconnectedness of all life and believe that by reclaiming the power, magic and healing potential of the cycles of Nature, a renewed sense of balance and wellbeing can be restored to the Earth and her people.



The School of Shamanic Womancraft welcomes the participation of women of all ages and circumstance.


We honour each individual as both student and teacher, able to share equally in the giving and receiving of the community. Eldership and leadership have new healed ways of being, with a unique space created for each woman to know the time for her to personally claim her own Sovereignty.


We respect mothers and their babies and children as the valuable members of our community that they are and seek to hold a strong and supportive space for them.


We honour our ancestors and the wisdom of traditional cultures.


We value and live according to the wisdom of all the cycles, seeing these as a reflection of our true nature.



Through information sharing, learned experiences and practices, the School of Shamanic Womancraft strives:


To co-create a “safe” container for all involved at all times.


To empower women to have their potential life experience.


To facilitate the release of past karmic pain and wounding of Herstory.


To create the opportunity for women to find within themselves the skills and abilities needed to facilitate transformation for themselves and others on their journey.


To offer education that honours menstruation, pregnancy, birth and menopause as the shamanic experiences they are in a women’s life journey.


To offer education that serves to deepen women’s understanding and connection with the natural cycles of the Earth, the moon and their bodies.


To facilitate, mentor, support, guide and empower women to become leaders and facilitators of this education within their own communities.


To co-create community between all SSW women that supports the work – be that School specific adventures, women’s sharing/exploration in the wider community, or SSW future dreamings.