remembering our place in the sacred web of life by deepening connection with self, other, and the earth
- Sun., Mar. 14TeachableMar. 14, 1:00 p.m. – Apr. 25, 4:00 p.m.TeachableJoin us in the Sacred Weavers circle where we will tend nested thresholds of belonging with land, village, ancestors, and self through ritual, song, story, and hands-on weaving. Dates: March 14-April 25 Tickets: $225 until March 7, thereafter sliding scale $250-350
- Wed., May 05VictoriaMay 05, 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. PDTVictoria, 2895 Beach Dr, Victoria, BC V8R 6K7, CanadaWe invite you to join us for a community council. This is a heart-centred sharing circle where we deeply listen to one another and openly share our own truths. Date/Time: Weds, May 5th, 5:00-6:30pm Cost: $10-20
- Sun., May 30VictoriaMay 30, 1:00 p.m. – Sep. 12, 4:00 p.m.Victoria, Victoria, BC, CanadaOver six afternoon sessions and a solo overnight, we will answer the call to come home to yourself, land, and community. Dates: May 30, June, 13, June 27, July 16-18, Aug 15, Aug 29, Sept 12 Tickets: $2500, sliding scale $500-$5000 *All precautions will be taken to minimize COVID transmission.
My name is Cadence Moffat McCann (she/her). I am honoured to be playing my part in reweaving the sacred web of life and healing the deep wounds of disconnect that plague us as a species.
I am informed by nearly 20 years of land-based facilitation and healing work with diverse groups throughout Turtle Island. I am constantly amazed by the depth of healing experienced by people from spending intentional time together in sacred space.
the land knows you, even when you are lost ~ robin wall kimmerer
I create opportunities for people to deepen connection with the Earth through embodied experience. This is a process of remembering our place in the sacred web of life. It is a journey of reclaiming our wild nature and surrendering to the guidance of the land.
the deeper the sorrow, the greater the joy ~ william blake
I offer community grief rituals and personalized ceremonies to help us remember the practice of grieving as a village. There is power in being witnessed and witnessing others in their grief. It allows us to be held in a sacred container as we lean into the most vulnerable places in our being.
those who sing pray twice ~ st augustine
I hold space for people to reclaim their voice through communal singing. We all have immense beauty to express through our voice as a unique offering to the world. These circles are a space for us to remember the utter joy of singing and to delight in the magic of finding harmony with each other.