Embodying the Wild Woman Awake
Sat 12th Nov The Brooklands Centre, Newport Pagnell, Bucks
“Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman, but she is an endangered species.” Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Who is The Wild Woman? What does she stand for? Where will you find her?
A playshop of creative expression, of awakening your soul’s longing, of stepping into who you truly and unapologetically are (or would be if you could just let your hair down and felt a little more safe to be liberated)
The Wild Woman is an expression of innate, instinctual, feline power. She know’s herSelf and protects her pack with a tender yet fierce loving compassion. Her fire is alight, invites a warm growing, glow and she knows exactly how to dance with the flames.
Her nature is generous, welcoming, adventurous, loving, full of vitality and sourced from source; her nature is also protected, with strong boundaries, she knows who is part of the pack, when to hold on and when to let go…She dances to the beat of her own drum and has a passion for passion with an eclectic, exotic twist.
Wild Woman expects and invites the unexpected, follows the creative shakti with trust and intruige. Some of her closest friends are the dolphins, whales, felines, wolves, owls, crows, deer, humming birds, poets, wordsmiths, artists, dancers, dakinis, magicians, mystics, clouds, trees, waterfalls, great landscapes, nature’s natural wonders…their wild invites her wild, even more! She can not and will not be tamed…
This is just a snippet of who the Wild Woman is…
She is also, an endangered spices
You are invited to SET HER FREE at this playshop day retreat with Wendy
Whole Day Energy Exchange: £48 +plus £1.50 booking fee
Book now wildlings!
Please bring a savoury and healthy dish to share (I will provide a wild woman desert)
Yoga: A full spectrum practice with archetypes, myth, mudra, mantra, meditation, partner play and many additions along the way. A good basic understanding of yoga is recommended
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org