Would you like to become a Red Tent Australia facilitator?
New South Wales: 2018
We would love you to come along to the 2018 Red Tent Australia (RTA) Annual General Meeting
September 22, 2018 at 10:30am – 1pm at 29 McWilliams Street, Redland Bay, Queensland.
Everyone is welcome, both members and non-members.
New South Wales: May 12th – 14th, 2018
Strengthening the Connection is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community. To connect with oneself but also to deepen the connection with friends and family. You are warmly invited to bring your mothers, sisters and daughters along to this retreat. This gathering has been created to support a strengthening of the connection through the generations of womanhood. We have a fabulous range of workshops on offer, a special Red Tent marketplace and chill out spaces for time out and catching up with friends.
Watch this space – lots more information to come!!!
BOOKING AND TICKETS
Tickets are available through humanitix https://www.humanitix.com/
Queensland: Sept 1 – 2nd, 2018
At Logan RT last Sunday night the high, fun, welcoming energy was the pick-me-up I needed. The welcoming hug and kiss from the facilitators and volunteers was…. beautiful and needed, so much so I thought I might cry. Women I had never met before greeting me with open arms and a genuine “it’s good to see you” like we are old friends. What an amazing tribe we are creating within Red Tent Australia.
Queensland, Aug 2017
Just wonderful, truly a sacred experience filled with love, Namaste.
Bonnie, Wakerley, QLD
With sighs of peace and contentment, I wanted to thank you for creating this beautiful space.
I feel I have found something I didn’t exactly know I needed but once I found it I feel more complete. Thank you for a wonderful night last night.
Today I had a feeling of far greater peace. Thank you!
Francesca, Paddington, QLD.
Who is Red Tent Australia
Red Tent Australia is a non-profit organisation with the aim to connect, collaborate and create a community of strong and educated women in a supportive & nurturing environment
We establish community networks and support between women by hosting local gatherings and events in what we call “Red Tents”.
Red Tent Australia is not religious and we include anyone who identifies as female from 11 years + and from all walks of life.
It’s our hope for everyone who enters each Red Tent to experience a sense of belonging, sisterhood and strength that stays with them from then on.
“Red Tent Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians and first peoples of Australia.
RTA recognises the impacts of colonisation and dispossession and the contemporary disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
RTA is committed to working alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and men in closing the gap and supporting their women and children in Australia.”