Camissa Women’s Temple

Cape town now holds the first dedicated women’s spirituality circle to include all faiths, all paths, and all cultures. This temple is a creative space for women’s unique spiritual expression over the lifespan and offering a variety of ways to participate.

We love sacred art, sound, dance and bodywork. We celebrate the cycles of nature and life. We are an open and inclusive organisation which operates not for profit but for sustainability.

Camissa is the First Nation African People’s word for Cape Town and means “sweet waters”. We believe this to be an apt description of both Cape Town and the flow of feminine spirituality. We honour both the masculine and feminine within us and externally but reserve this space for feminine expression and exploration as a way to better understand ourselves and our sisters across the globe.

For more information about events, gatherings and smaller interest circles- or to offer your wisdom and gifts in any way please email capetownwomenstemple@groups.facebook.com    or cathwrynn@gmail.com

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. cathwrynn
    Sep 06, 2011 @ 15:06:11

    We sculpted the first part of our vision on Sunday the 4th of September, with forms and energies subtle and true. Inviting void and form to dance with us in creative desire and dream…

    gather women we have our own tales to tell each other and our children’s children.

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  2. cathwrynn
    Sep 13, 2011 @ 11:56:56

    And so the story unfolds a little more: 8 women founders have met on a second Sunday, and formed circle to hold this intention while it expands…

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