Now is the time to embrace your fiery badass self. This Solstice also includes a rare Full Moon! Around every 20 years, the Strawberry Moon coincides with the Summer Solstice. To soak up that energy and let it fuel you. Join in on the Inner Wild Woman Summer Solstice Fire Ceremony and Full Moon Sacred Circle as we celebrate the beauty and abundance around us! Summer is a time of celebrating, enjoying life totally and living in the moment!

  • Date: 6/21/2024 07:00 PM
  • Location 343 East Harvey Street, Ely, MN, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Inner Wild Woman Studio



The Summer Solstice represents the transition from action to nourishment, which is exactly what the Sun gives us during the long nights of summer, both to our actual crops but also to the continual journey we travel from darkness to light. On the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, we are fully awake. Our spirits are alive, refreshed, renewed, energized; all that good, juicy, rich stuff we feel in the sun.

On these long days of summer our spirits yearn to be out, to feel alive, to be moving, and celebrating. We’re the closest to the sun that we’ll be all year. That means we are currently being bathed in the energy of the sun. The sun is, literally, all fire. And for nearly 24 hours a day right now the northern hemisphere is just soaking up all that fierce, intense, electrifying, invigorating, exhilarating energy. That means there is an absolute abundance of that rich fire energy available for you & me to soak up as well. We can use that energy to inspire us, to uplift us, to energize us. To light our fires!

June’s full Moon—typically the last full Moon of spring or the first of summer—has traditionally been called the Strawberry Moon. While strawberries certainly are a reddish-pink color and are roundish in shape, the origin of the name “Strawberry Moon” has nothing to do with the Moon’s hue or appearance. A Moon usually appears reddish when it’s close to the horizon because the light rays must pass through the densest layers of the atmosphere.

The ceremony will take place outside (weather permitting). Feel free to wear something yellow or orange! Food and drink will follow the ceremony.

Watch for a Summer Solstice Ritual kit I will be creating to use for the event.