Luminous Offerings

Moon Dance: A Creative Exploration for Women

Live Event – Half Day Workshop

Experience a lunar dance immersion led by Eloise Wood, WildHoney founder. Discover how the moon can profoundly enhance your creative energy.

Be danced and transformed by the phases through the wonderment of props and dynamic music. Moon Dance offers a unique opportunity for participants to connect with the natural world and its mysteries, in an inclusive and experimental environment.  

    • Duration: 3 hours
    • Participant Fee: Subscribers, $85 (follow the email link), General Admission, $120
    • Date: Saturday, Nov 25, 2023, 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
    • Venue: Barwon Downs Hall and Outdoors 
    • Maximum Participants: 12 
    • Dance Experience: Open to people of all ages and dance backgrounds, from beginners to experienced dancers.

    What to Expect

      • Lunar Dance Exploration: Deep dive into lunar energy as you explore the waxing phase. This workshop aligns with the last full moon before Summer Solstice, known as flower or milk moon. Explore free movement, intuitive choreography, self-expression and creativity. Be guided through ritual moonscapes. Enhance and unlock creativity.
      • Props, Costumes, and Dynamic Music: Experiment with props, costumes and dynamic music.
      • Transformation and Connection: Immerse yourself in the transformative power of dance. This workshop provides a safe and inclusive space for women, and individuals who identify as women, to connect with nature, their bodies, and each other.


      • Small Group Setting: With a maximum of 12 participants, receive personalised guidance and connect with like-minded women who share a passion for wonderment.

        *please note a minimum of 8 participants needed for this event to go ahead.

          Bookings Open
          September 15 – November 15

            Moon Dance takes place on Gadubanud Country in the picturesque township of Barwon Downs, in the Otways.

            It’s under two hours’ drive from Melbourne, 45 minutes from Geelong, and 25 minutes from Colac.