New Hampshire

Holistic Health Associates

The Wheel of the Year


9/22/2022 @ 6:30pm: Mabon

10/29/2022 @ 5:00pm: Samhain (10/28 – 10/30 Private Samhain event for the Invocation of the Burning Broom Coven and its Founding members)

12/21/2022 @ 5:30pm: Yule: The Winter Solstice

2023 Wheel of the Year Events to be released soon!

Class/Workshop Schedule

Classroom at Elemental Wellness and Beauty

110 Daniel Webster Hwy
Floor 1, Suite 105 Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 264-7373

Sunday, 01/30/2022 @ 11:00am – 12:30pm; Imbolc

The Northeast point of the wheel is the time of Imbolc and the earth goddess, Brigid. She is the keeper of the hearth, the fire. She is also a great healer and midwife of dreaming the world anew.

It is the place on the wheel of beginning, birth, the seed. It is the promise of the return of the light, the fire, as we just start to notice the days growing longer. We will share the legend and lore of Brigid and will guide you on shamanic journey to Brigid to learn her wisdom, with a shamanic ceremony to conclude the evening.

Cost: $45 per person

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Sunday, 03/20/2022 @ 11:30am – 1:00pm; Spring Equinox

As we continue to walk the spiral around the Wheel of the Sun, we turn to the East, the Spring Equinox.

It is in the East, the place of the rising sun, where one glimpses new destinies, and the birth of new life and dreams swirl all around us inspired by the Goddess Boann. She brings the element of water, inspiration, knowledge, creativity, and play into our lives. It is the time of a young girl growing away from her mother with endless possibilities before her, awakening to her dreams. We will weave the story of Boann and take the group on shamanic journey to connect with the wisdom and insight of Boann. A shamanic ceremony to celebrate the Spring Equinox will bring our time together to a close.

Cost: $45 per person

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Sunday, 05/01/2022 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30pm; Beltane

Beltane is celebrated on April 30(May Eve), and the focus is a fire and fertility festival.

Time of the May Queen, when a young woman was chosen from the village to represent the Earth Goddess and reflect the transformation of the maiden mother. This is a time of finding kindling to fire into a ritual to keep relighting. The most important symbol of this Sabbat was the May-pole, known as an axis Mundi, around which the universe revolves. The pole represents masculine force, and the disk at the top depicted their receptive female. There are seven colored ribbons tied to it symbolizing the colors of the rainbow of fire and fertility.

Focus: Fertility, love, creativity, improving health, and ABUNDANCE.
Known Goddess: Belissima.

Cost: $45 per person

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Monday, 08/01/2022 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00pm; Lammas

This festival of Lughnasadh (Celtic), or Lammas (Christian), is held on August 1.

Lughnasadh is associated with the god Lugh, and the celebration was held to commemorate his marriage. Lammas are derived from the OLD English Hlafmoess, meaning “loaf-mass,” and are held to celebrate the first loaves baked from the first grain harvested. These observations of this festival ensure an abundance of fruit and grain for the months to come. Important symbolization of fertility of the earth, the awakening of life, and the coming of death. Wine and candle-making were important features of this time along with preserving food and making other preparations for the winter. The Lughnasadh is the first harvest when the first sign of the rewards of your labors should be evident. Time to work towards your goal and know it will be realized.

Focus: Justice, human rights, partnerships, personal and business relationships, contracts, property matters.

Cost: $45 per person

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Wednesday, 09/21/2022 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00pm; Mabon

The autumnal equinox, known as Mabon, again with the spring equinox, we have a time of equal day and equal night.

The days grow shorter and the sun begins to wane in power. The purpose of celebrating the autumnal equinox is twofold, we want to give thanks for all our blessings and achievements, and second, we want to project the ability to maintain that which we possess. There is no sense to manifest a goal if you are unwilling to hold on to it.

Focus: On completion of tasks, the fruition of long-term goals, mending quarrels, receiving money owed, financial and material security.

Cost: $45 per person

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Saturday, 10/29/2021 @ 5pm Start; Samhain: (10/28 – 10/30 Private Samhain event for the Invocation of the Burning Broom Coven and its Founding members).

Samhain 2022, is a private invitation-only celebration and invocation for the newly created Burning Broom Coven and its inaugural members.

It is the end of the agricultural season and the beginning of the Celtic year.

Observed as the festival of the dead; followed by the designated All Souls’ Day or All Saints’ Day. Representing a time of chaos and reversal of normal order; endings and beginnings are occurring simultaneously. Samhain was when the majority of the herd was butchered, providing food for the winter months. The slaughter, barren earth, and decreasing daylight made the concepts of death an ever-present reality. Due to this, Samhain has been considered a time when the veil between two worlds is the thinnest, a night of magic charm and divination when the dead could be easily contacted. This is time to rest and reevaluate your life and goals. Best time to rid any negativity that surrounds your achievements or hinders future progress. Samhain should have seen your accomplishments of your desires, and now is the time to stabilize and protect what you have gained. It’s impossible to concentrate, let alone put energy into a new goal if you have not secured it.

Focus: Family ancestors, looking into the past and future, protection, psychic and physical, overcoming fears of aging and mortality.


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Wednesday, 12/21/2022 @ 5:30pm – 7:00; Yule, The Winter Solstice

The winter solstice is the direction of North as we spiral around the Wheel of the Year.

This is the place of the Cailleach, the crone, the place of great wisdom, and the grandmothers. As reflected by the longest night of the year, this is the place of stillness between death and rebirth. It is the great void, the unknowing, the waiting to be (re)created. We will share the ancient teachings and stories of this direction of the wheel and will guide the group in shamanic journey so that you may connect with the Cailleach that holds this point of the wheel to receive your own insight and healing, followed by a shamanic ceremony to close the evening.

Cost: $45 per person

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