Who is She?
The Pink TeePee offers a safe, nurturing and sacred space at festivals for woman to retreat, laugh, cry, hold and be held by other woman. The inspiration for the Pink TeePee came through Prem Jaya Jo Laurie who felt the call for such a space and since the TeePee’s birth in 2010, hundreds of women have held, and been held, within her womblike walls.
While festivals are often a time for connection and celebration they can also give rise to feelings of unease and trigger aspects of ourselves that are challenging and confronting; requiring quiet time for reflection and/or healing… The Pink TeePee fills this need that we all have from time to time.
Primarily, the Pink TeePee provides open space and space held by women who are versed in the arts of supporting sisters. That said, the TeePee herself has been filled with healing energy and holds all who enter her flaps with gentle loving care. From time to time, the Pink TeePee will host workshops that support the deepening, embodiment and recalaimation of inner feminine wisdom and power; supporting women to connect with a deep sense of strength and safety within.
So, if you need some time out… someone to talk to… if you are a breastfeeding mother and would like quiet space to nourish your little ones… or if you would simply like to bask in the presence of other women… please come and visit us.
Who is She?
The Pink TeePee travels to a variety of Australian Festivals and has graced the presence of Rainbow Serpent, Yoga Camp, Confest and the Seven Sisters Festival.
To find out where she will be next visit her facebook group “The Pink TeePee”. For more information, to get involved or to ask a question, send us a message on the group page.
Genital Show and Tell (Women only)
A female only workshop based on one component of Betty Dodson’s BodySex groups. Many women struggle with negative feelings towards their vulva, even those who are enjoying an active and vigorous sex life. Many women fear they have deformities and abnormalities simply because they have never seen other women’s vulvas or have only seen the surgically altered and bleached vulvas from mainstream pornography. This component of the workshop focuses on this common area of distress and acquaints women with the many beautiful and varied appearances of adult female vulvas. In this workshop there will be a group share where participants will discuss with the group how they feel about their bodies and their sexualities. This share will then be followed by a genital show and tell where participants will show and see the vulvas with the group and will discuss their clitoris both internal and external, inner and outer labia, pelvic muscles, urethra and vaginal opening.
Liandra Dahl began working within the field of sexuality in 2004 when she participated in an online project ifeelmyself.com explori