Triple Shakti, Embracing the Feminine Divine
Triple Shakti is more than a Yoga Retreat. It is a celebration of Womanhood - the sacred feminine.
We invite you to let your wildness shine. To listen to your heart's desires. To let go of all the expectations there are of you. To feel perfect just as you are. To celebrate your feminine powers. To explore who you could become. To live your life to the fullest with both feet on the ground. To be connected to your sisters.
More than ever, our earth and the people on it need love and compassion. Triple Shakti creates a powerful sense of community and togetherness. Be part of the feminine rising.
Woman of ALL ages are welcome. Children up to the school age are welcome to join their mum in the celebration.
Various types of accomodation is available but you can purchase a weekend or day pass (Saturday only) and organise your own accomodation. This event is limited to 80 sisters only!
What is Triple Shakti?
Triple Shakti (also sometimes referred to as Goddess) is viewed as a triunity of three distinct aspects or figures united in one being:
The Maiden - The Mother - The Crown
Each of these symbolise both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the Moon. For this event is means that ALL aspects of our femininity will be honoured and this event is for ALL women of ALL ages in ALL stages of life.
The Maiden represents enchantment, inception, expansion, the female principle, the promise of new beginnings, youth, excitement, and a carefree erotic aura.
The Mother represents ripeness, fertility, fulfilment, stability, and power. The Mother represents wellspring of life, giving and compassion.
The Crone represents wisdom, repose, and compassion. The Crone is wise, knowing, a culmination of a lifetime of experience.
Embracing the Feminine Devine
Let's celebrate the goddess within and embrace our feminine divine. Let's become warriors of the light.
Let's accept that we are all flawed and human and vulnerable as hell. We know pain, have tasted tears, and kissed darkness a thousand times. We have fallen to the pits of despair, but we never stay down.
We are the ones who burst up like a lotus flower—rising valiantly and more beautiful than ever—from the muddiest mud in spite of it all.
The ones who make art from the pain.
The ones who speak out even when we’re shaking.
For we are not just women, we are divinity in the female form.
We are fire. We are progress. We are the death of the old system. We are the breathless vibrance of Spring, the impossible way everything comes back to life.
We are important.
And our voices are meant to be heard.
We are the return to the earth, to magic, to all that is feminine and nurturing and wise.