Are you ready to enter into a deeper relationship with the Earth
in which you caretake her and are taken care of in turn?
Learning “primitive” skills opens the doorway to a journey of connection, inspiration,
and regeneration that can change your life and change the world.
October 9th – 12th ~ Welcoming and Inspiration!
Navigating hazards and getting comfortable in the wild; building awareness; basic survival skills and tools including shelters and coal burned spoons; entering into the cycle of the year through ceremony.
November 20th – 22nd ~ Orientation and Motivation:
Fall Wild Food Harvest; mapping and sense of direction; animal movements; reclaiming the Blood Mysteries of adolescence.
December 4th – 6th ~ Focus and Depth:
Working with animal hides; drum making; gratitude ceremony.
January 15th -18th ~ Healing and Care:
Fire with the land; bow drill and friction fire; honoring our pain & releasing grief in sacred ritual.
February 19th – 21st ~ Connecting and Expanding:
Wildlife tracking and ecology; winter wild food foraging; making medicine from plants; sharing ancient goddess lore and ceremony for everyday celebrations.
March 18th – 20th ~ Stepping into Strength:
Archery workshop; felling trees and splitting wood; sacred harvest circle; Equinox ritual.
April 22nd – 24th ~ Oneness with the Wild:
The secrets of bird language; scout skills and camouflage; sneaking and stalking; wild embodiment and advanced awareness practices.
May 20th – 22nd ~ Deepening the Journey:
Dreaming up and digging down into your personal passions; advanced practice of shelter, water, fire, and spring wild edible harvest; starting final projects, crafting personal ceremony, and preparations for taking this work to the world.
June 3rd – 5th ~ Weaving the Web:
Living with the land for the weekend as we use all of our skills, tools, crafts and visions to craft a culminating ceremony to step strongly onto our path and initiate ourselves into the next steps on our journey of wild womanhood.