The Red Tent is a space exclusively feminine where each woman will have time for her self, a break of her weekly routine, time to share and help other women.
To know more read the interview with Satya Kaur, by Ana Ferreira.
“This is a place where women are allowed to Be rather than continually Do…
Every cycling woman knows the deep yearning for quietude during her Flow time.
Every ounce of our body and soul calls for rest, while our culture calls us to keep going, no matter what.
The ‘Red Tent,’ ‘Moon Hut,’ or ‘Moon Lodge, as they were known in indigenous cultures around the world, was a place of respite for women of old and ancient traditions.
Much more of a fictional novel, “The Red Tent” by Anita Dimant evokes in women a cellular memory of an experience we all shared, for millenniums, around the globe.
Once awakened, this memory becomes a need, a yearning, a birthright…
We recognize that having a place to go to when we flow, weekly, will make our lives different in profound ways, as well as change the lives of those around us, and ultimately the world!”
Original quote from DeAnna Lam
Our Red Tent is part of Red Tents In Every Neighborhood – Global Network