Women's Groups

The following offerings are brave, supportive and embodied spaces for women to connect, work edges around vulnerability and be witnessed in their wildness, together.

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Wild Woman Soul Sundays: 8 Week Series

This series is an opportunity for self-identified wild women to gather and deep dive into wild woman nature and psychology. The course focuses on major themes from Clarissa Pinkola Estés' Women Who Run with the Wolves. Throughout the series we will explore different myths from an archetypal, depth-psychology perspective grounded in somatic exploration. (Please note is it important to own or have access to the book before the group begins.)

This eight-week course is a brave, supportive and embodied space for women to connect, work edges around vulnerability and be witnessed in their wildness, together. Beautiful things can happen personally and collectively when we are able to express our unique and collective struggles, gifts, passions and pains in a nourishing environment.

 

Investment: $500 for all 8 weeks.  

January 28th - March 25th, 2018 (No session Feb 18th)
Sundays 10:00am -12:00pm

4053 Harlan St, Emeryville CA (East Bay)

Participants will experience:
*Access a deeper level of understanding and knowledge of the wild woman archetype in mythology
*Initiating oneself more into one's inner wild woman
*Embodied practices to develop intuition and inner knowing (touchstones of the wild nature)
*Opportunity to connect with a community of women

All self-identified women welcome and this is a trauma-informed space.

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...the word wild here is not used in its modern pejorative sense, meaning out of control, but in its original sense, which means to live a natural life, one in which the criatura, creature, has innate integrity and healthy boundaries. These words, wild and woman, cause women to remember who they are and what they are about. They create a metaphor to describe the force which funds all females. They personify the force that women cannot live without.
— Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés