Next Session Begins: August 2023

We'd love to have you join us!

You are invited to join us for the next session of the Devotional Arts Program for the month of August.

Sacred Cloth may be created by anyone for all manner of spiritual, ritual, or ceremonial needs. Artists may honour their tools by wrapping sacred cloth around them, priestesses might create prayer mats, tarot readers can make sacred space for their readings, spiritualists might connect more deeply through designing their own altar cloths or table blessings. Writers and witches might want to wrap a grimoire or secret journal in their sacred cloth. This offering is also a beautiful and supportive addition for members of the Medicine Bundle Carriers program.

In the coming months, our program will continue to expand to include ceremonial creation sessions for talismans, ritual garments, candle lanterns, divination tools, spirit dolls, traveling altars and more.

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Session Components

Registration is now open!

The next running of this session is: August 2023

Juliette Jarvis

Meet Your Facilitator:

As Spiritualist

Juliette is a west coast Bean Feasa at home in the intertidal zone of the shoreline or tucked up among the trees at the Selkie Sanctuary cottage, long dedicated to living a soul-filled life both personally and professionally.

As a young child she began experiencing visions and premonitions which woke her awareness to the realm of Spirit. Her formal call to sacred living and westernized 'shamanic' training in 2007 was recognized after a combination of traditional factors, with the most symbolic element presenting as many venomous spider bites from three kinds of spider ~ Black Widow, Brown Recluse and Hobo. In one case, being covered from head to toe in bites. Her spiritual practices are rooted in those of her Irish and Scottish Ancestors while remaining deeply connected to, and informed by, the lands she was born into. After facilitating community ceremonies, two year-long immersion programs, spiritual practice workshops, and offering private soul restoration, energetic healing, and divination sessions, for over a decade, her focus has shifted to the medicinal qualities of devotional arts and the embodied support carefully made, intentional, tangible workings can bring. Now she is an internationally best selling author, multi media artist, sacred living teacher, and ceremonialist, well adept at integrating spiritual practices into daily life.

As Creatrix

Juliette weaves ritual wear and hand spins string magic with naturally dyed local wool, as well as being a ceremonial ceramicist for ritual use. Spirit dolls, channeled paintings, medicine rattles, frame drums, and talismans also come through her hands as a means of spiritual connection and healing for herself and her community.

She has written a best selling book, Soul Food in Starving Times, contributes a monthly column on sacred living to qathet Living Magazine, and has her debut novel, Of Mud, Blood, String, and Bone, currently in the works. All of her offerings can be found at

Juliette Jarvis

Ceremonial Creatrix