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Welcome to Mama Janja's

Traditional Sweat Lodge Ceremony

"The sweat lodge represents a return to our mother's womb, and the rhythm of the drums is her heartbeat. The water and steam are meant to purify those who enter, allowing each of us to emerge reborn."



Our vision is to support the healing of our communities by providing a safe space where Mama Janja may guide us into an indigenous custom that's been preserved for thousands of years by Native Americans and First Nations people. The ancient practice is meant to birth new life.


Sweat Lodges take place roughly every change of season on the solstice near Hamilton, Ontario.

15 people limit


Bring: a small meal for potluck to share after, towel, change of clothes, long shawl or wrap or skirt for women, bathing suit or clothes to sweat in

Please contact us below to speak with Mama Janja and reserve your spot.

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