Illustration and logo (c). Laura Wildgoose 

Reconnecting to nature, reclaiming the wild soul, restoring the natural world

WHAT IS WILD WOMAN CLUB?

Wild Woman Club is a home for women who crave a wilder life, a community of wild women coming together to reclaim our natural wholeness 

We retreat to the moon lodge, delve into the forest and surrender to the flow to reclaim, reconnect to and restore a wild and cyclical life

Wild Woman Club offers a series of nature based events throughout the year as well as access to an online community of wild women and regular recorded offerings and exclusive content via my Patreon page (pay what you can model).

 

This work gives back to nature through regular donations to TreeSisters

Our mission:

Reconnecting to nature, reclaiming the wild soul, restoring the natural world

JOIN US?! 

'To feel the breath of wildness come into your body is to reclaim your natural wholeness'

~ Mary Reynolds Thompson

Schedule of Events

Wild Spring 2020

Signs of Spring Forest Walk with michelle Sawbridge-Praties

Saturday 28th March 

Sensory Herbalism for Earth Day with Cherry Jeavons-White

Saturday 25th April 

Beltane Dawn Chorus Forest and Flow

Saturday 2nd May 

Events will be launched for booking via my events page a month or two in advance of the date

When women come together in the forest magic happens

As our senses open to their natural home our bodies and minds come alive, as the skin on our bare feet meets the body of earth we remember, a primordial homecoming. 

'The forest has wrapped us in a promise, we are remembered here and always will be' ~ Caroline Hillyer

As we trace the tracks of wild women who have come before us our masks begin to slip away, layers of protection on which we have come to depend fall away with each tear, howl and roar and we remember how to wrap ourselves in the universal red thread of connection that holds and supports us all. 

As we navigate our way through the forest we begin to navigate back home to the deep heart's core, clearing away the debris that has kept us from finding our way back home, barriers that have kept our soft centres hidden from view. In rediscovering our softness, we at the same time rediscover the immense power that lies in our vulnerability and with each shedding skin we begin to deepen into our capacity to hold both ourselves and others.

As we gather together in the power of our softness and vulnerability each tear becomes another drop in the collective ocean of emotion that fills and lifts us up and away from suffering and allows us to surrender to the ripples, tides, storms and waves that make our wild lives worth living.

Women have a capacity to love that is built into our DNA, we are the caregivers of the planet. We know this to be true but when we come together in the wild we come to feel it deep in our hearts and bones. Our blood and bones are sewn together with threads of interconnection, our hearts and minds are made to hold, hear and heal, our wombs are made to weave wild magic.

The forest is our home, the ocean feeds our souls and the moon, stars and sun connect us all as one. As we begin sister by sister, tribe by tribe to remember the homecoming scent of earth and pine, the rhythms of our bodies, primordial time, may we remember that we are whole, we are wild, we can be free beyond our wildest dreams. May we remember that we are never alone and each and every one of us is just one paw print away from the next on this wild ride we call life.

 

‘Here is the promise from the wild psyche to all of us. Even though we have only heard about, glimpsed or dreamt of a wondrous wild world that we belonged to once, even though we have not yet or only momentarily touched it, even though we do not identify ourselves as part of it, the memory of it is a beacon that guides us toward what we belong to for the rest of our lives. In the ugly duckling story a knowing yearning stirs when he sees the swans lift up into the sky, and from that single event his remembrance of that vision sustains him’ 

~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run with the Wolves

Site designed by and © Moon Forest Flow. All Rights Reserved.

Artwork by my dear friend and incredible illustrator Laura Wildgoose
Logo by the immensely talented artist Anna Jane Searle

Cyclical living & Wildness