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Waking the Wild Ones Retreat
November 3 - November 7
Throughout the weekend you’ll experience a number of practices and rituals for you to connect to the unbridled power of your Wild Self.
Together you’ll create a community where everyone is welcome and everyone will feel supported to unlock and let go; A place to feel seen and accepted in all that we are.
As artists and magpies of inner work you’ll experience: voice work, dance, embodied ritual, grief tending, nature connection, sensuality exploration, sharing circles, meditation, play, theatre and magic as methods to connect with your inner feral and wide-eyed one, who listens to the wisdom in their blood and the pulse of nature all around.
- Nature Connection
- Sensuality Exploration
- Voice Work and Singing
- Movement and Dance
- Sharing circles
Cacao Ecstatic Dance
Connecting with cycles, rhythms and archetypes, this dance will take you on a journey to explore the outer edges of your being, and open a dialogue between visual and physical art, weaving between movement and expressive painting.
You’ll spend time outside in the wilds whatever the weather. You will be guided through a variety of experiences including playful walks, games and solo time on the land that will help you become closer with the natural world and therefore yourself.
A sacred space to connect with and share our grief. Through feeling and expressing our grief, we connect more deeply to love and life. The depth of our grief is the depth of our love. The ceremony will culminate at the river.
Wild Water Swimming
You’ll be lucky enough to have the River Dart flowing at the bottom of the land where you’ll take frequent cold water dips to revitalise our bodies, hearts and minds.
A prayer space, communing with and seeking support from our grandfather, the fire. This will be a time to sing, dance, make prayers, and share.
Hot Tub and Sauna
Between connecting to each other and our wild selves, there will be plenty of time to relax and restore in the house Hot Tub and Sauna! It’s a real treat.