Learning and teaching

As a non-hierarchical tradition we do our best to make our work open to as many people as possible, in as equal a way as possible, noting our tendency to put one another on pedestals, and finding compassionate ways to work against that.

One of the key ways of doing this is through books. Other published resources include CDs of chants and the Reclaiming Quarterly magazine.

Secondly, there are Witchcamps, long weekend or week-long intensives with a team of teachers who teach within and abide by the Reclaiming Principles of Unity.

Thirdly, there are Reclaiming core classes, for those who want to learn particular skills and approaches over a more extended period of time, in a structured way.

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