Celebrate Midsummer: Summer Solstice with WanderWomen

Around the 21st June, we experience the longest days of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

Since prehistory, the summer solstice has been seen as a significant time of year in many cultures, and has been marked by festivals and rituals. Traditionally, in many regions (especially Europe), the summer solstice is seen as the middle of summer and referred to as “midsummer”.

The summer solstice/Midsummer gets celebrated with rituals, and being outside at that time of the year, with the longest days, is just the best.

Join a WanderWomen experience around the Summer Solstice to celebrate life, light, nature and community.

Midsummer Overnight Retreat in Blinkbonny Wood, near the Lammermuir Hills. 11/12th June.

Forest Bath & River Swim in Peebles at the river Tweed, in a beautiful ancient woodland. Sun, 19th June.

Midsummer: Soundbath, Forest Bathing & Sea Swim near Yellowcraig Beach at the stunning East Lothian coastline. Monday, 20th June.

Mindful Loch Swim, Danskine Loch, at Carfrae Farm near Haddington. Wedn, 22nd June.

Midsummer/Summer Solstice Celebrations with WanderWomen

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