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Lammas Circle

  • The Barn at Gravity Hill 67 Pleasant Valley Road Titusville, NJ, 08560 United States (map)

Lammas (also called Lugnasadh) is one of the four great fire festivals of the Northern European tradition. The daylight has begun to wane, if yet imperceptibly, and our energy is on the precipice of spiraling inward. This is a time of gratitude for the abundant gifts of the earth. It is a time to reflect on our role in the world around us, our thread in the web of the ecosystem, our impact on our communities.

We invite you to sit with us in Sacred Circle to honor this moment. Lammas is a time of gratitude, abundance, and reflection. Our evening will involve guided journeying, drumming and rattling, and mindful “feasting” on some of earth’s goodies. We will check in with the intentions we set earlier in the season and find the medicine that we need at this point in the year.

Tuesday, July 31st


This class is offered on a sliding scale: $20-$40.

*Pre-registration is required.*


The Circle is a sacred space in which all are held with compassion.

The Circle will be led by Amanda Midkiff and Kat Gyantar. Amanda and Kat have studied energy healing and shamanic journeying with a variety of teachers and greatly enjoy leading Circles together. They believe strongly in the power of the earth to bring healing and in the comfort and understanding found in honoring earth's cycles.


Please bring a cushion or mat to sit on and a blanket if you wish to use one during the journey. You are invited to bring a drum or rattle and any items you wish to add to the altar for the evening.

This class will be held at The Barn at Gravity Hill. When you enter the property, make the first right at the sign for "The Barn."  Wind your way up through the forest, and you'll see the red barn with a parking lot behind it where you can park. There is a door facing the parking lot and a side door; you can enter through either.  If the gate at the entrance to the farm is closed, just open it and head on in. It's there to keep out deer, not people. No need to close it. 

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