by Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD I’m so excited to tell you about my latest Red Tent adventure… my new eBook “How to Start a Red Tent.” As most of you know, I’ve been on tour with my Red Tent Movie for over 3 years and I’ve hosted over 1,000 Red Tents. So, now that I have retired from touring (as of Nov 1st, 2015) I decided to gather up all of my Red Tent knowledge and pass it along to you. I am a very practical girl :). I am always curious about problem solving. Actuall
Are you starting your first Red Tent? Should you have food or not have food? Not sure what to feed the women? Do you want something hearty, but also gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and vegan? We have the perfect recipe for you… Red Tent Cashew Chili. In this Red Tent TV video Dr. Isadora (who happens to be a great cook) shares a recipe that women LOVE & that she uses in her Red Tent. Missed my most recent episodes? Watch them here:
What messages did your mother give you about being a Woman?
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What legacy would you like to pass-on Today’s Girls? Help me celebrate Mother’s Day! Join us in the virtual “Red Tent” for a special episode of Red Tent TV featuring a provocative conversation with Dr. Isadora & her mother (Teresa Moorehouse) as they give you their answers to the questions above. After you’ve watched the episode, I’d love to know…How
How would our world be different if girls were raised to honor their menstrual time? How would our world be different if our girls had some form of celebration when they first began to menstruate. How would your life be different if you were celebrated? Join us in the virtual “Red Tent” for today’s episode of Red Tent TV. After you’ve watched the episode, I’d love to know… How have you celebrated menstruation? #sacredspaces #parenting #talkingtoyourdaughter #mothersanddaughte
Menstrual hut and moon lodge traditions show us that the Red Tent has a history: The idea of a separate women’s space or menstrual hut is not a new idea. Anita Diamant claims that the Red Tent in her book was fictionalized, but is rooted in research from Africa. Menstrual hut and moon lodge traditions shape women’s understanding of the Red Tent as a women’s power space. There are menstrual hut and moon lodge traditions all over the world that date back to 800 C.E and in some
Have you ever wondered… What if you could have your own Red Tent of women in your community? What if our daughters were brought up to expect some kind of honoring when they had their first period? What happens in our modern culture when we hold Red Tents for women? Was there a Red Tent in history? Where did this tradition come from? Are you curious to know more…..? The Red Tent Movement: A Historical Perspective an eBook/Audiobook by Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD and ALi
Join us in the virtual “Red Tent” for a special episode with Dr. Isadora on Red Tent TV. In today’s episode of Red Tent TV, I will give you some fantastic tips & secrets about the new eBook & Audiobook titled “The Red Tent Movement: A Historical Perspective” that I co-authored with ALisa Starkweather, the founder of the Red Tent Temple Movement AND you get a surprise freebie gift, which I talk about in the video. #ALisaStarkweather #RedTentsintheBible #RedTentleaders #redtent
Have you ever wondered… What if you could have your own circle of women each month in a Red Tent in your neighborhood? What if our daughters were brought up to expect some kind of honoring when they had their first period? What happens in our modern culture when we hold Red Tents for women? Was there a Red Tent in history? Why do women need Red Tents? There’s a Red Tent movement, where? Are you curious to know…..? A new eBook & Audiobook titled “The Red Tent Movement: A Histo
by DeAnna L’am “This is my Moon Flow,” I said to Ellah, who was about 4 at the time, when she saw me changing a pad. I never saw my Mom changing pads, and hence committed to not hiding my natural flow from my daughter. Without my flow, my girl would not have been born… How could this be anything but a source of joy in my ability to give birth? An ability she will one day share! “All women flow with the moon,” I added, “and you, too, will flow when you become a woman.” Ellah s
The Red Tent Movement: A Historical Perspective by Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD and ALisa Starkweather There are thousands of women across the globe who are bringing forth their gifts as Red Tent leaders in their communities. Women who are standing in their power are essential to shifting present paradigms; these pioneers are a balm to an ailing world. But after years of oppression, how do women rise up out of trauma to remember the beauty that lives at one’s core? How
The Red Tent is a great place to get out of your head and into your body, and have fun doing it! Women in Red Tents have come up with some creative, often laughter-filled, ways to connect and express themselves (as you can see in the film). This video, on incorporating moving meditation into your Red Tent, encourages you to try a few things you might never have thought of to help bring you and your sisters home to your bodies. Join us in the virtual “Red Tent” for today’s epi
by Teresa Maria Bilowus “Return To The Red Tent” was first published in Starflower Living Naturally, Issue 2, July 2014 “How might your life have been different if there had been a place for you? A place for you to go…a place of women, to help you learn the ways of women… a place where you were nurtured from an ancient flow sustaining you and steadying you as you sought to become yourself. A place of women to help you find and trust the ancient flow already there within yours
Are you longing to deepen your femininity, show up in your own blend of Goddess Confidence and ooze your sensuality inside and out? About the Author Oceana Lablanc Oceana Leblanc is a healer, tantric yogini, medium, shaman, and empowerment facilitator. A dynamic facilitator and writer gifted with wisdom, compassion, humor, and keen intuition, she holds frequent workshops and retreats. She’s led acclaimed trainings at venues such as the Women’s Belly and Womb Conference, Daugh
by Jayleigh Lewis On June 6, 2014, the third annual Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference, a three-day gathering centered on plant medicine in the Wise Woman Tradition, began. The event was permeated with Red Tent energy, in part thanks to Dr. Isadora, filmmaker of the Red Tent movie, Things We Don’t Talk About, who hosted two screenings of the movie, built two Red Tents in two different spaces, and co-facilitated a pre-conference workshop for staff. From setup to takedown, the e