Mission and Aim
MOON FOREST FLOW
Moon Forest Flow is run by yoga teacher, women's circle facilitator and rewilding advocate Carly.
Moon Forest Flow is the company through which I offer my yoga, nidra, nature, women's circles and menstrual cycle awareness work. Based out of a caravan in the English countryside Moon Forest Flow offers and proliferates embodied experiences of cyclical living and wildness through yoga, nature and menstrual cycle awareness.
Moon Forest Flow seeks to promote the importance of cyclical living and wildness. We retreat to the moon lodge, delve into the forest and surrender to the flow to reconnect to the simplicity of a wilder life.
- To value and honour cyclical living and wildness in all that I do
- To role model cyclical living and wildness in all areas of life
- To promote the rewilding of women and nature
- To offer information about and opportunities to explore cyclical living and wildness through yoga, nidra, nature, women's circles and menstrual cycle awareness
-To promote inclusivity and diversity in all that I do
- To actively work to increase the visibility of women's cyclical and reproductive lives. Moving from hiding, rejecting, ignoring and shaming to encouraging women to feel empowered, safe and proud to discuss all matters relating to their cyclical and reproductive lives openly and without judgement
- To offer, promote and proliferate a feminine and adaptive yoga practice that supports, nurtures and empowers women through all life stages and cycle phases
- To live, work and teach in a way that respects autonomy, agency and freedom of interpretation
- To live, work and teach in a way that honours and promotes the importance of rest, retreat, naps and sleep as equal in value to wakefulness, focus and productivity
- To offer spaces in which women feel fully seen, heard and held
- To empower and encourage all women to listen wholeheartedly to the voice of their inner teacher
- To empower and encourage all women to act as their own healers
- To always be willing to learn, grow and admit fault