We regularly host sweat lodges in various traditions. A sweat lodge is a low profile hut, typically dome-shaped or oblong, and made with natural materials. The structure is the lodge, and the ceremony performed within the structure may be called by some cultures a purification ceremony or simply a sweat. Originally, it was only used by some of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, notably the Plains Indians, but with the rise of pan-Indianism, numerous nations that did not originally have the sweat lodge ceremony have adopted it. If you’re interested in this practice, please Contact Us for further details.
The Fire Areas
The Clophill Centre has two, special areas that celebrate Grandfather Fire: the Awning, and the Round House. If you would like to hire these dedicated venues to host your own fire teachings, ceremony, or fire-walk, then please Contact Us.