Hello, we're the FaeTerras

On August 7, 2017~ Adam and I got married.

We legally changed our last names to FaeTerra. FaeTerra means “Magick on Earth”

Then on April 4, 2020 at 4:44am (4/4 @ 4:44 !). Atreyu Dragon was born!
Anchoring our family nest.


Adam and I value family and love building community.

Right now, most of our events are family friendly.

We host holiday celebrations, and strive to create experiences that celebrate new parenthood and support our children’s wonderment!

Atreyu FaeTerra

I am a Guardian Angel Born on 4/4 @ 4:44 AM at home in water


Come Experience FaeTerra!

FaeTerra hosts experiences

To create community connections

To deepen romantic intimacy

To support our families

To better understand our inner selves

To unleash our expression

And to connect with our spiritual nature

Most of our experiences are community events

Our purpose is to set sacred space

to connect people deeply to themselves and to others

Check out the type of Experiences we host below!



* Family Potlucks

* Family Friendly Outings

* Art & Song Circles



* Intimacy Events

* Marriage Support

* Sexuality Workshops

Women’s Wisdom

Women’s Wisdom

* Red Tent Women's Circle

* Feminine Healthcare

* Women's Mysteries



* Zegg Forum

* Expressive Arts Workshops

* Dance & Movement



* Rites of Passage

* Menarche Ceremony

* Blessing Way Ceremony



* Favorite Holy Days

* New Moon

* Full Moon


The Age of the Mother

the mother phase of life can be REALLY JUICY. And Alive! When you look at a pagan depiction of the maiden, the mother and the crone... the mother is dressed in RED. She is curvy and fertile and the embodiment of the full moon. She is interconnected with her children and the web of life. She is FULL! Embodied! At the peak of her ripeness. The AGE OF THE MOTHER means the return of the Goddess on Earth.


I was once taken by the Goddess. And while she was in me, She taught me how to dance rooted. She taught me how to make my sex, my own. She taught me to worship my blood. She reminded me to open my mouth when I give birth… so that my WOMB will open to let new life begin. And she said that death is a part of life, and everything cycles. She taught me the importance of circle. She taught me the importance of ceremony. She taught me about ritual and rites. She told me that my womb is where my wisdom lives. She guided me to touch a thousand women. And while she was in me, I traveled with my Red Tent to help women REMEMBER HER. Then… One day… She left. I invited her to leave, or course. If I was to grow, and to heal my core wounds… I needed to embody MYSELF. The RETURN is not for the faint of heart. The veil has been removed from my eyes, and I must be brave if I’m going to speak about what I’ve learned. I am a “KEEPER OF MAGICK.” Someone who has been changed by spirit, and can share her story with others.

A Priestess of the Goddess Wears RED

For those who worship HER ~She reminds us not to look to the divine above… but within. For within the walls of HER red womb~ she feels HER connection to her ancestors. She wears Red, to match the color of Mary Magdalene’s robes. Red to represent the passion and wildness of women who were burned at the stake. Red, like the apple eaten by Eve. Red, like our moon blood. Red, like the root chakra, the symbol of embodiment.

The Labyrinth and the transition from Maiden to Mother

The labyrinth is an ancient, universal symbol representing our journey through life, ordeals and initiations. The pathway is associated with spiritual rebirth. The journey into the labyrinth’s center is symbolic of death, and the journey out of the labyrinth represents rebirth.“ ~ Pam England, Birthing From Within