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Wheel of the Year Mentorship

Works with the energies of the Sabbats, engaging with grounded relevant practices to reweave artforms of connection; strengthening our relationship to self worth, allies, ancestors,the earth and the multiplicity of roles we hold throughout our lives. 

What I offer 

Through consistent one on one sessions, I offer space and guidance to help you reconnect with your power, your intuition, the craft of ritual and the magic of your personal artistry. 


Who is this for? 

This work is open to those who want to mend or grow their ritual practice. For folks who want to expand their relationships within the realm of spirit. For folks who are willing to partner with change and transformation. For folks who are curious how their wild gifts can be fed by power centers of seasonal shifts. For Artists who know their craft and Artists who are figuring out what their craft is.


Process of Entry 

2023-2024+++ Open enrollment through January 29th. Before scheduling an interview please hold these questions; What are your intentions for this container? What do you need to know about me as a mentor? What do you need to know about the path? What do you need to know about the container that the mentorship is held in? Send an email to with an introduction and we will schedule an interview. 



Sliding scale 95-155$ I offer an alternate scale for teens, working class, LGBTQ2, BiPOC folks 65-125$. Sessions are every 3-4 weeks. 

Additional Bio: 


I hold myself as a neurodivergent artist, queer animist and ritualist infusing my life path with the energy of sex, death, art and queer liminal shapeshifting. Centered in anti-imperialist politic, I work with community and personal rituals to midwife transformation into our physical world. The mentorship container I hold hums with sacred paces, softness, slowness, joy, presence, clay, honey, serpents, moondew, and sensuality. Erotic wellness, grief honoring, death and somatic care practices are at the core of my alchemical processes.




MaeDea’s mentorship has been life-shifting for me. It’s given me a new framework to better know myself, cultivate my inner power, balance my energy, and learn how these can manifest in my relationships with people, plants, animals and the earth. I am excited to continue to practice moving at the pace of the wheel, one that feels in line with my own personal rhythms.

—  Emily Mickley-Doyle

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