Sarah Miller is the Founder and Owner of Embodiments Dance – Drum – Circle. Sarah has facilitated dance and movement classes for over ten years. She loves to work with women and other artists to create ritual and ceremony particularly for women.

Sarah is a writer of children’s stories and an emerging playwright. She believes we live in a Storied World, a world Alive – waiting for us to remember how to listen.

Sarah is an Earth Keeper, a Tree Sister and Shamanic Womancrafter.   She has a deep desire to heal our connection with our bodies and the body of mother earth. We are woven together, we are one.  We are part of the Mystery. The great unfolding of this Cosmic Story.  She lives on BoonWurrung Lands, of the Kulin Nation.

Through dance and movement we come home to our selves, in these living loving bodies. We locate ourselves here and now, and move with the wisdom of our bodies processes. Dancers are encouraged to bring a sense of wonder and trust to the dance and to ritual ceremonies.

The drum is woven with the spiritual practices of women across many continents and time.  It is an instrument of music and deep earth connection. It is a sacred portal through which we journey.

Sacred circles embody the medicine of the cycles, the seasons, the Way of the Feminine, in all her diversity. We come together to remember the ancient wisdom of simply sitting together, of listening to land, to each other and ourselves.

The earth is Sarah’s greatest teacher. She likes to garden, listen to the more than human world, bird watch and  simply be in nature.

on holiday with my family bird watching & kayaking

Sarah is a Teacher of the Four Seasons Journey in the Otways with Nymh Fox,  and a teacher of  the MoonSong One Day Workshops for Women for the School of Shamanic Womancraft.   To find out more about this year long program visit the school’s website.

Through Embodiments Dance – Drum- Circle you will remember how to attune to all living things and reconnect to the deep wisdom and power of your moving body.

yellow tailed black cockatoo- photo credit, my husband, Michael

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