womens council with journeymen

Reconnect to your deep self.

Group process for female-identified adults

The simple act of coming together with the spirit of growth, trust, and openness is a soothing balm for the psyche & soul in this age of isolation, volatility, and confusion. Woven together in a sacred and confidential container, our stories, experiences and living questions provide the medicine for healing and whole-ing – individual and collective.

Women’s Council is a place where you can show up fully, be seen in your wholeness – and your messiness – as you open to the depths of your inner world. Led by experienced One Village guides through the ancient Way of Council, this experience invites you to reconnect with your intuitive wisdom through intimate relationship with yourself and an intergenerational community.

This experience often flows without a set agenda, though themes of relationship, purpose, parenting, aging, and love tend to emerge. Each of us is on our own journey, moving at our own pace. No matter where you are now, you are welcome here.

Open to all female-identifying adults – including queer & non-binary.

Join a weekly, in-person group and hone your skills in circle process, runs for approx 8-10 weeks

Vashon – Winter ’23

DATES: Feb 8 – March 30 (8 sessions)

TIMES: Wed evenings, 6:30-8:30pm

LOCATION: One Village HQ

COST: $200 – $400 Sliding Scale

GUIDES: Katelyn Costley & Rachel Sursely


Vashon – Spring ’23








  • Ritual and a familiar, evolving structure
  • Time and space for each person to “check-in” and receive support, if needed
  • An accessible movement, meditation, and/or breathing practice.
  • Inquiry, invitations and activities that enhance self-awareness & communication skills

Women's Council

(Who It's For)

For you. With You.

Women’s Council is an inclusive, welcome space for adults who identify as female seeking to deepen their connection to self and community. No training or previous experience is necessary.

Early in our journey we will co-create a set of group agreements that will provide the “container” for our shared work together across the series.


  • Forge a deeper relationship with yourself, your gifts, and your wounds

  • Have a trusted, safe space to express, vent, rant, etc. as opposed to a partner, family member or colleague

  • Be lovingly and consciously witnessed and offered feedback, if desired

  • The opportunity to ask for accountability and encouragement on the things that matter most to you

  • Awareness of your “shadow”, and how it shows up in your life