In honour of the divine feminine each one of our Studios and Villas is named after a Goddess. Here you can explore the Goddess names and a short description of the energy she holds. For those choosing to join as Sanctuary Lease Holders this map shows the options available.
This Jewish Goddess is the female aspect of the highest Source of Creation. She is the divine mother, the original goddess, the female representative of source creation.
An Egyptian high-priestess who is regarded as one of the most ancient deities and is known as a Goddess of divine magic and alchemy.
A Hindu Goddess. She is the concept, or personification, of divine feminine creative power, sometimes referred to as 'The Great Divine Mother'.
The most ancient of Celtic Goddesses. Her name means knowledge, wisdom, teacher, wealth and abundance.
Goddess Ishtar is a Babylonian Creator Goddess. A multidimensional aspect of the Divine Feminine, Earth, fertility and the abundance of life.
A Greek warrior Goddess who was the great protector, she stands for personal discipline and prowess.
The Hindu Goddess of learning, knowledge wisdom and the arts. Saraswati means the essence of self.
The Hindu Goddess of Light and abundance. She is the mother of Goddesses and represents the creative, feminine aspect of the Divine.
A famous Chinese Goddess of compassion.
A powerful Greek Goddess who resonates with the wilderness, the hunt and wild animals. She was also known as a protector of young children and is associated with fertility and childbirth mainly in cities.
The Greek Goddess of Wisdom and rebirth.
The Greek Goddess of passion and love. Aphrodite represents unabashed female sexual energy.
The Hindu dark mother and Goddess of death and destruction. She represents our worst fears and the freedom that we gain when we conquer them.
A Greek Goddess of the Earth and prophecy. She is the primordial mother and a personification of Mother Earth.