Our Vision

"We are creating contemporary women's medicine societies and moon circles.  We honor the spirits of the land and, through the Goddess, we weave the light to support and protect the planet in these changing times." 

~ Shasta Zaring

More than a Garden space, we are also an intersectional, Earth-honoring community of womxn who practice a range of healing, visual and spiritual arts.  Our mission is to commune with the Divine Feminine energies of the Earth and cosmos, in order to heal, protect and strengthen all beings, seen and unseen.

(Photo by Merrell Thompson Photography)

Womxn Circling on Solstice by Merrell Thompson Photography
 
Medicine Wheel

Wild & Wonderful

Created by Shasta Zaring in 1990, the Goddess Garden Atlanta is an urban wilderness habitat and healing sanctuary nestled in the heart of the City of Atlanta.   It is a sacred space dedicated to the Divine Feminine in all religions, paths and cultures.  Altars to Goddesses from various world cultures adorn the paths and are tended by the Garden's keepers.


This one-acre private preserve, open to the public during daylight hours, is cultivated without the use of pesticides and herbicides and is a certified Audubon Society Wilderness Habitat.  Located just off the Atlanta Beltline, the Garden is in walking distance to many city attractions, such as Ponce City Market, Historic 4th Ward Park, Carter Center and Little Five Points.  

 

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Sacred Sounds & Spaces
Shasta Zaring by Alexa Garcia

In the Media

We are honored to be featured in both television and print media.  Check out our interview episode of Sacred Sounds & Spaces, dive into Tricia McCannon's book Return of the Divine Sophia, and take a sneek peek at our own upcoming book on the Goddess Garden Atlanta, She Weaves.

About Shasta Zaring

Shasta Zaring is the creator and keeper of the Goddess Garden Atlanta, as well as a priestess, teacher and healer.  She has spent decades learning and practicing urban wilderness gardening, Native American ceremony and the mystery traditions of the Feminine Divine.  Shasta works with students to develop their spiritual gifts, and serves as a guide to many who love the Goddess.

 

Support the Garden

We appreciate your donations.  No amount is too great or small;  each is considered a blessing.  Help us maintain the Goddess Garden Atlanta and bring her into the future as a place of sanctuary for generations to come.

If you are inspired by and want to help sustain the Goddess Garden Atlanta, please consider donating via Paypal.

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