Women have been coming together in circle to birth, bleed, and breath for thousands of years.
It is in our blood and bones to share our medicine with each other and to live in harmony with the world around us and within us.
At wümlodge, we tend to the sacred garden of our wombs, hearts, and spirits, guided by deep knowing, our ancestors, and surrounded by a community of women who honour our unique path.
Wümlodge is a gathering space for medicine women, a temple for earth priestesses, a resting place for deep wisdom carriers.
It is a space of reclaiming the wild feminine through embodiment practices, cyclical living, and earthly wisdom while being held in a sacred container of celebration and sisterhood.
Primal Woman | Feb 11. 2024
A Full Day Immersive Experience
We will tap into our primal woman through embodiment and womb wisdom practices.
This day is designed to get you out of your head and into your body.
10am -grounding movement practice followed by drum journey
1pm- wild woman cyclical living workshop with the 4 archetypes
3pm- self massage & womb steam ceremony
5pm- light dinner (potluck!!)
7pm- self pleasure workshop
**no experience necessary with womb or self pleasure work**
please reach out with any questions.
A note on Wümlodge offerings…
The Wümlodge is located in the countryside of Greely, Ontario, Canada.
The address will be given once payment or confirmation of attendance has been received. To register for an event, simply send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form and we will get back to you shortly.
I look forward to sitting with you in circle sister!
The Mother of Wümlodge…
Akaiy’ha is a Sacred Feminine Embodiment Guide, Mother of Wümlodge, and Founder of Medicine Women Rising. For almost two decades, Akaiy’ha has devoted her life to sharing ancient wisdom and self-healing practices with others, empowering them to reclaim their sovereignty in their body and spirit. Her diverse experience as a practitioner and Instructor of embodiment practices and energy medicine as well as her deep reverence for bringing ceremony into everyday life, has led her to channel her teachings into womb wisdom & ancestral healing. Akaiy’ha has a passion for creating deeply transformative experiences for women and men to come back home to their power and truth through the wisdom held in the sacred spaces of their bodies. She especially loves bringing women together in circle to call in and celebrate their innate wildness and authentic expression. Her offerings have gathered women across Canada, US, and Costa Rica.
” I have been trying to find the words to express my gratitude for what this retreat awakened for me, the words that best describe it is “life changing”. I have spent these past few weeks in awe of what keeps coming up, and what I have been attracting into my life, and what is being let go. The clarity of my calling, which isn’t completely clear, but coming into view. All I know is I’m not afraid to leap, to allow The Great Mother to guide me, and the universe catch me. I am so thankful for the sisterhood I have found in all of you, honestly not once did I feel out of place or awkward. I felt at home. I felt held. I felt loved. I have been able to integrate all of this. And it continues to give me strength. ” Sherri
” Thank you for the tools you gave me, What it means to be feminine (especially in my masculine dominant world ), Wild and flowing, she almost always gets shut down, (now she has permission to show up, I like her) , the give /take wheel, visualizing , how to create an altar, and how to dance and celebrate my feminine energy. Thank you most of all for creating a safe space for me (and the other women) to be me. ” Patty
” Akaiy’ha has a special ability to hold space for women in a way that makes them feel safe, nurtured and supported. Participating in her embodiment course was something I knew in my heart that I needed to do. The vulnerability I felt going to her embodiment class was quickly defused as we slowly and beautifully moved into a space of sharing, compassion and love for what it means to be a women. I would recommend any class that she offers. ” Shannon
” It has really come to light how much I was holding in my body and powering through – never giving my body/mind a rest (even when I though I was). I come to see that without realizing it I have been holding on to a backlog of stress in my body from kids hospital stays many years ago, to lack of sleep, to work related stress, etc. etc. I even can point to times my body has been calling out for me to take care of myself, culminating in appendicitis last year. ” LA
” The Naked Circle was so empowering for me. I have felt restrained and restricted and restless for so so many years, and that night of the circle, for the first time in forever I felt free, I felt like a Goddess, I felt seen and accepted and appreciated and loved and held. I wasn’t afraid I cannot wait to do it again. It awoke the parts of me I only ever fantasized about, I can’t wait to expand on this experience. ” Sherri