Sacred Womb

Women are rising all over the world to reclaim their power and to restore the connection all human beings used to have to the planet as a living being.

May 24 – May 28, 2023

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Welcome to Sacred Womb

In ancient times, women gathered to support each other through transitions and challenges in life. It was understood that the mysteries of feminine creation were directly linked to the vibrations of the Earth.

Once again women are rising all over the world, to claim their power and to stand together in sisterhood.

Sacred Womb is a part of this movement and we wish for it to become a strong platform for all women to gather in sacredness and remembrance. A space to remember who we are, where we came from and where we are going.

Join us from May 24th to May 28th 2023


Check-in: 15.00 – 18.30 (preliminary)
Dinner first night: 18.30
First information meeting: to be decided

Check-out*: to be decided

*Clean your room before this time. You don’t need to formally check out at the reception.

Is this for me?

Answer this simple question, am I a woman?
If your answer is yes, our answer is YES!

Sacred Womb strives to create a space where each and every woman feels welcome, seen and heard. Regardless of age, skin colour, belief system, religion or nationality. We wish to give every woman something they can take into their lives at home. You are welcome, whether you are shy or wild, introvert or outgoing, brand new to this or used to it. All sisters, mothers, grandmothers, daughters and friends! 

This space offers us a chance to investigate how to “be” women in this world, today. Women function differently to men. We have our cycles and we are directly connected to the vibrations of the Earth. We feel Her, even if we are not aware of it. When we come to honour our cyclical nature and understand ourselves and each other on a deeper level as nature beings, we become more relaxed, vibrant, healthy and radiant. We discover how to create our lives without exhausting our resources. In this way we will be able to support our brothers, lovers, children and families, friends and communities, and become a true contribution. We become a part of the solution in this world.


See what teachers are coming this year. You can read their bio’s by clicking their picture


The schedule of the activities will be presented upon arrival. You can read more about the teachers contributing below

Teachers & Musicians

The program team is currently working on the development of an amazing collection of offerings with the best teachers and musicians. In the weeks leading up to the Sacred Womb, we will regularly announce new teachers and musicians so do come back to check it out!

Rite of Passage

A “Rite” is a ritual process that is held by the wisdom of tradition and sacred alchemy. All indigenous and aboriginal cultures have rites. It is only in the Western societies that we have allowed our rites to be taken away or be replaced by empty, repetitive patterns which rarely bare the meaning and strength of the ancient traditions.

“Passage” means leaving something old and moving on to something new.

A Rite of Passage is a ceremony where we consciously leave behind the old as we enter the new. In a sense, we die to that which we have been so that we can become what we were meant to be – a more mature, aware and awake version of ourselves.

Whatever the Rite, it will always bring us learning and maturity. Transformation. Growth and change. And no matter how much we think that we are alone, we never really are. Many are going through the same transition.

What if we consider the times we live in, a collective Rite of Passage? In order for us to learn from the past, consciously work through the shadows that we are facing, and create a future from a new awareness of our woman-ness, our vulnerabilities and also our strengths?

This year, we wish to honour this possibility by creating space for conscious transition.

We welcome all women, of all ages, backgrounds and belief systems, just like every year. Our program will offer the now-traditional spaces such as sweat lodge, fire walk, music, along with workshops around the menstrual cycle, hormonal balance, and of course yoga, dance, creative processes, nature walks, and much more.

Hajnalka Makk & Marthe Alva Dille

Program Coordinators Sacred Womb

Hajnalka was born in Hungary with a deep longing to explore and travel the world both within and without. She lived in London before finding the community of Ängsbacka and moving there in 2012, contributing to their events as an organiser and space holder ever since. She has a fierce dedication to truth and authenticity. She is a dancer, inspirator, comedian, listener to the silence of the human soul unspoken behind words. She walks the path of Sweet Medicine SunDance shamanic tradition and has studied various healing modalities of body, heart, mind and soul. Her gift is her presence of acceptance and the deep wisdom of her heart. Her driving force is to contribute to the balance and healing between the masculine and feminine in the world. She currently works as an Integrated Sexuality Coach.

Alva had her first awakening moment at age 21 when she traveled back to the Womb of Source. This was the shifting point. The Re-Birth. From that moment on she dedicated her life to study Shamanism and to heal. She lived in the Amazon Jungle, became a mother. She has been an apprentice on the shamanic path Twisted Hairs, since 2007. Walking the Path of the Rainbow Warrior. Educated in Biodanza Heart In Motion, Womb Awakening and Medicinal Aromatherapy. Currently holding various workshops and retreats in Norway, Sweden & Ibiza. Alva is a visionary, a wild & warm woman with a fierce dedication to healing and authentic presence. She is a Dharma Dream Pilot with a driving force to birth a new world in harmony where we touch self, life and others with beauty and make our life a living prayer

Ticket prices

Festival ticket, food and accommodation from SEK 4800

Accommodation upgrades will influence the price per ticket.


Practical information

A typical day at an Ängsbacka festival

Our events all have their unique program of workshops and other activities, still there are some fixed points that you can expect at the festival:

  • An early morning program is offered - yoga, breathing, meditation etc. - before..
  • Breakfast - our first meal of the day.
  • A gathering for all with music and togetherness setting the tone of the day is followed by..
  • Morning workshops and other activities until..
  • Lunch - the main meal of the day.
  • Afternoon workshops and activities go on until..
  • Dinner - a lighter, still fully nourishing meal.
  • An evening program follows; workshops, dance, live music or a cozy hang-out in the café.

Once per day everybody meets in their sharing groups; all of us come together for the core practice of Ängsbacka!

Workshops on the program are described and categorized in such a way that you can find out how advanced or challenging exercises you can expect beforehand.


The basic festival ticket includes a spot in a bunk bed in one of our dormitories.

All our indoor accommodations come at hostel standard with shared showers and toilets. We advise you to bring earplugs for better sleep if you are sound sensitive as the festival area can get loud at times (the program will end latest 02.00).


Depending on availability and your budget we offer the following options for indoor accommodation: 

  • 4-6 bedroom (bunk bed)
  • double room (twin bed)
  • Single room

Indoor accommodation includes a blanket and pillow for each person. You need to bring your own bed sheets or a sleeping bag and a pillowcase. Towels are not included. We offer a possibility to rent sheets and towels at an additional cost.


If you would like to bring your camper or caravan - check availability when booking your ticket. Unfortunately we do not have the capacity to offer electricity for any of these spots. 


Sometimes you need more privacy or tranquility or maybe you want to bring your dog (no dogs allowed on site). Booking an off site accommodation can be a good option and many private house/flat owners offer spaces for rent during the summer. Please request the list of people offering off site accommodation by contacting our booking office at


The festival ticket includes all meals; breakfast lunch and dinner are prepared and served daily. Ängsbacka offers a vegetarian diet prepared with love. We use locally produced and organic products to a large extent. In connection with your booking, you can ask for a vegan diet (same as lactose free) or gluten and nut-free food options. For practical reasons, we cannot meet any other wishes related to allergies or diets during festivals. All meals are presented at the outdoor serving tent area.


Ängsbacka has a policy of zero tolerance for illicit drugs and alcohol. We don’t serve alcohol, and it is not allowed to drink or to be under the influence of alcohol or other substances when you are at Ängsbacka. If you are found under the influence, we will ask you to leave immediately.

Please find our other general policies and guidelines here.

Code of ethics

Ängsbacka is continuously developing intentions for offering supportive and transformational spaces - read our Code of Ethics here.


Remember! We always request you to book and pay your event ticket online before arrival.

Both our café and the reception at Ängbsacka are cash-free, so once at Ängsbacka you will only be able to use card or Swish  (Swedish direct payment service) as a payment method at our reception and in the café. 

We only accept the currency SEK. 
For cash withdrawal, there is a cash point at Coop in Molkom (the nearby village).


The Café is a cosy meeting place for hang-out, new friendships and deep conversation. You can buy yummy home-made cakes, a wide range of coffee, teas, golden milk, smoothies, chilled beverages, chocolate, raw food goodies and more!

During the summer our café is a tech-free zone, so the café is not a place for work or gaming on your digital devices. Charging your digital devices can be done in "The Hub".


Our amazing and newly renovated Sauna is open all evenings of the festival. Come relax and enjoy the heat in the company of new and old friends. It is a requirement to bring a towel to sit on in the sauna.


At Karma Store you find organic yoga clothes, beautiful jewelry, books, beauty products and ­more.

Holy Tree crafts and instrument shop

In the Holy Tree shop you find a unique selection of music instruments such as shamanic drums, flutes, rattles and more.

The festival program

Information about workshop leaders and Festival programs for each day can be found in the entrance of the yellow house and on the staircase towards the Upper Barn.

Healing Circle

The Healing Circle offers personal sessions for bodywork, energy healing, massage, counselling and other forms of therapies/modalities. Make sure to bring your own towel to your session to lay on.

You can book and pay your sessions directly with the session givers during your stay at Ängsbacka


As a visitor at Ängsbacka you are solely responsible for your personal belongings at all times. During the actual event Ängsbacka will support you to retrieve any items lost by setting up, and maintaining specific “Lost & Found”-labelled boxes nearby the workshop-spaces.After each Festival the lost & found boxes will be emptied and all collected items will be stored in our Lost & Found tent for a total of 2 weeks upon completion of the event. 

Valuables such as wallets, digital devices, keys and similar are handed in and kept at our booking office for a maximum of 3 months and will be returned upon description. Valuables are the only items that will be sent to you after the event is over and you will be charged for the postage plus an administrative fee of 100 SEK. 

Please be aware that Ängsbacka does not take any responsibility for personal belongings - the above is to be considered a service and not a guarantee that you will be able to retrieve lost items whether valuables or others, such as clothing.


A welcome letter with more detailed information about the festival will be sent out to all participants.


Ängsbacka is an international course and festival center with people from all over the world. The main language spoken during the festivals is English.


It’s easy to find your way to Ängsbacka by car, bus or train. Read more about how to find your way here.


During the festival the reception will be open every day, times will vary. You can find our contact details here.