As if you were standing in the presence of ancient Redwoods or in awe of the ocean waves, The Women's Sanctuary is a sacred oasis, a place to nurture the holy inner life as well as sacred connections with others.

Whether in Women's Temple practice, in private session or in group events, The Women's Sanctuary provides support, wisdom, and solace for the body and spirit. 


Women come together to share their stories, listen to one another, find meaning for their experience, dance, move and laugh.  

In this place, you can drop the masks, the protection. Sink into this holy moment and allow your cells to come alive, your heart begin to soften.  Relax your jaw, drop your shoulders, breathe and allow the moment to unfold.


What is here? Give it space..


When women come together, we tap into an ancient lineage of all our mothers before us. Women weaving together the web of support, love,  trust, and understanding has always been our birthright. 


If this seems foreign, it is that we have forgotten who we really are. In the Sanctuary together, we rediscover the beauty and power of feminine presence.

To be present with ourselves and each other brings us directly into our innate power and wisdom.

Women’s temple practice invites us to embody the flow of our souls, to find the divine within and allow it to flow through us in movement, sound, touch, and feeling.

We remember at last how nourishing it is to gather together, to know our foremothers experienced this way of being together, to say "I see you" ,  to feel truly seen.

Welcome, dear sister. 

The Women's Sanctuary

I founded The Women's Sanctuary as a haven for women.

We offer connection and teaching via podcast, temple practice and sacred services by women practitioners.  

Rooted in the women's circles throughout history, The Women's Sanctuary is a place of sacred rest, sacred connection, healing and community. 

I welcome you here. 
-Arlia Hoffman



Tel: 678.825.5131​

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