This year, we’re excited to announce that we have TWELVE scholarships available to gift to sisters in need. As always, our first scholarship is available to First Nations/Indigenous Women which is available for 4 out of the 12. To enter for the first scholarship, nominate yourself or a sister by filling out our scholarship form. Please share what attending this gathering would mean to you or to your sister. We will consider all applications and select a name by Sunday March 10th.  Each Scholarship will be unique in the way you enter.   Scholarship 1: International Women’s Day:: A scholarship for our own First Nations/Indigenous sisters Announce March 1st, Deadline:March 7th Scholarship 2: Women of Color:: A scholarship for WOC, including multi-racial and/or self-identified woman Announce March 21, Deadline March 27th Scholarship 3: Elder and Crone:: A scholarship for women over the age of 50. Announce April 4, Deadline...

We are sisters on a journey, singing in the sun. Remembering the ancient ways the healing has begun! This year we are excited to welcome back our beloved healing village, a positive place for sisters to commune in healing and caring for our physical, mental and spiritual selves with the aid of a circle of women healers. The healing village is a quiet supportive sanctuary for intentional exploration. It is an opportunity to experience a curation of healers from a range of modalities present to help restore, ground, focus, and accelerate your growth. During our time together as a collective on the land, many feel called to turn inward to a more private, confidential space. In this space, women can integrate and reflect upon their personal experience, engaging in self...

We are so very excited to announce the the final entries for the 5th Annual, 2017 Spirit Weavers Gathering call for artists! We received many beautiful and unique entries and all were made with so much love but in the end, we feel these final images truly represent the essence of the gathering. Congratulations to Alison Bagg, Catie Atkinson, Dana Lynn, Katie Hall, Lucy Pierce, Olivia Pendergast, Paige Ozma Ashmore, Rocio Mariposa and Sandra Betancort! Love and Gratitude to all those who submitted their artwork! What a gift that so many women are standing strong and empowered through their own creations.  So much beauty to be shared!  Voting is super easy with no log in so please vote on your favorite image here http://poll.fm/5f1up Winner chosen will have their artwork represent this years...

  The Spirit Weavers Community proudly stands in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, the Lakota people, and all Indigenous Peoples who fight to preserve and protect their homes, their lands, and the future of our children. We stand in solidarity with all who declare these things sacred: clean water and air, lush forests, meadows, prairies, wetlands, and ways of life that honor the people of the earth over profit to few. We do this with the belief that to hold something sacred means that its wellbeing becomes the standard by which we judge our actions and decisions. In the words of the defenders of Standing Rock, water is life and so water is sacred. The water supply of the Standing Rock Sioux is threatened by...

In the spirit of women gathering to share their hearts and hands, we would like to invite you to submit your ARTWORK to be used for the 5th Annual, 2017 Spirit Weavers Gathering. We are gratefully accepting submissions until October 1st. We will choose several images to be voted on by our community. Winner will be announced mid October. The artist who's image is chosen will receive a free entry into the gathering! Please leave room for font so that we can include the info for the next gathering.  If you are including drawings or paintings in the artwork, please remember to include all walks of life. All Gathering dates, info, instructor and seva (work exchange) apps will be announced in November. DETAILS: https://spiritweaversgathering.com/photo-gallery/  Artwork must be scanned at 300 DPI....

Each year Women travel from all across the world to attend The Spirit Weavers Gathering. This year we have sisters coming from Australia, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Chile, China, Germany, England, Canada, Bali, Israel, Dubai, Netherlands, and Latvia!! The home of the gathering, Northern California is truly a gem with so many incredible place to stop and visit....

We welcome you to a sanctuary of herbal self-care, tucked into among the Redwoods at Spirit Weavers Gathering! The Wellness Den at Spirit Weavers Gathering is a safe haven for emergency first aid of the body and spirit. We are offering each woman an opportunity to support their immediate ailments and needs with Earth based plant medicine; extracts, syrups, topical salves, flower essences. This includes a fully stocked pantry of western medical supplies. At Spirit Weavers women have the opportunity to reconnect with traditional skills while living and sleeping close to the Earth for five days. For many women this reintegration into nature can bring up everything, from practical discomforts of walking and dancing with bare feet, to digestive disrupt from eating a simple plant based...

WEAVERS SONG CIRCLE: Friday 8pm   The Spirt Weavers Song Circle is one of the highlights of the gathering. We join together to open our hearts and voices in circle and safety with one another. For some this is our calling and for many the song circle is where that first spark of memory ignites that we are indeed born to sing. The voice what gives freedom and healing, The childlike innocence that is found again, the Voice being our very own birth rite. The songs sung around the fire are ones that are imbedded in our beings as a simple way to return back to the gathering throughout the year. A simple way to honor those who have passed along these songs before us. We invite...

For the artists and makers of Spirit Weavers who are not vending in the marketplace, we also offer our trade blanket on Sunday which is a free space to set up your goods and is always a favorite event at the gathering. This is a great way to give and receive offerings with other maker sisters, with or without the exchange of money. Many moons ago, tribes came together to trade crafts, food and supplies between one another, and the Spirit Weavers trade blanket is a beautiful  opportunity to practice the lost art of the trade and barter system. We encourage and support you in bringing the fruits of your creative labor to share! The trade blanket isn't only for trade and barter but participants accept cash as well.  We...