Surrender to the Flow

Reconnecting to the primal knowledge of embodied movement and deep rest

reclaiming our animal body

restoring our wild nature

‘The body is like an earth. It is a land unto itself. It is as vulnerable to overbuilding, being carved into parcels, cut off, over mined, and shorn of its power as any landscape. The wilder woman will not be easily swayed by redevelopment schemes. For her, the questions are not how to form but how to feel.’ – Clarissa Pinkola Estés


For many of us our movement has become constrained, habitual, repetitive and rigid, yet another way for us to keep our bodies under tight control. We have an infinite pool of wisdom within and to harness this wild wisdom offers us a way of practicing that honours and nourishes our wild and cyclical ways. 


The Flow aspect of our practice about an approach to yoga that is guided by you, intended to awaken the primal knowledge of embodied, intuitive movement and deep restorative rest. It is about surrendering to the flow and being released from expectations of consistency, predictability and infinite resource. It is here that we may experience freedom beyond form and feel empowered to practice in a way that is fluid and adaptable to the waxing and waning of our needs and natures.

Practices & Methods

In the Flow Aspect of our practice we explore many ways of connecting back to our wildness, such as; 

Wild Woman Yoga ~ Adaptive, autonomous, nurturing and empowering Yoga to nurture, support and nourish our bodies at all ages, life stages and cycle phases 

Yoga Nidra ~ Practicing deep rest to restore our energy and encounter our wild nature with profound presence and ease

Yoga and Nature Retreats ~ Immersing ourselves in yoga and nature to remember the simplicity of a wilder life

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