Wildwoman

Wildwoman Retreat

Do you feel the Wildwoman calling you?

Are you ready to live the way you were born to live, true to your highest calling? Do you hunger for a more empowered, self-created life? Are you tired of living from old places of fear and limitation? Are you ready to surrender into trust and the intuitive knowing of your wild soul?

YES!

You know there is more to life than you are currently allowing. You feel the deeper longings of your soul to open, dance, play, create, explore, radiate, receive and love bigger than you ever have. You are ready to experience and express more of the full spectrum of your BEING.

 

Join us for The Wildwoman Retreat

September 23 – 25, 2016

Clear away old crap and cultural constructs that have kept you caged

Embody your wild vast creative feminine power

Liberate your indigenous soul

Wild-Woman

The Wildwoman lives in all women.

Whether pressed underground or fully expressed in our lives, she will not be denied. She demands our attention through anxiety, depression, exhaustion, illness, drama and addictions if she cannot get our attention any other way. We need her vitality, her feral juiciness, her instinctual knowing, her disregard for bullshit and her creative receptivity in order thrive.

mujer-bailando-con-la-luna–Playful, wily, uncontrollable, unpredictable: if we do not allow spontaneity, playfulness and joy into our lives, the Wildwoman will turn things topsy turvy.

–Juicy, sensual and embodied: The Wildwoman celebrates her sexuality. She is the embodiment of the Divine Feminine on Earth. She adores and adorns her own body with reverence and delight. She does not desecrate her vessel with those who do not treat her well. She does not settle for crumbs of comfort. She enjoys her body on her own terms. She knows her worth and waits for what she wants. She is whole unto herself and fully available for love and communion.

–Energized and full of vitality: The Wildwoman cares for herself in such a way that she feels nourished, replenished, inspired and ready for action. She also knows when to rest and does not give herself a hard time about it. She trusts her own innate rhythms and seasons.

we are stardust–Deeply connected to the Earth and the CosmosThe Wildwoman lives in deep communion and sacred reciprocity with Mother Earth. She listens to the trees, the rivers, the stones, the wind and all of the creature teachers. She recognizes the signs being sent to her in every moment. She remembers that we are all star dust and shines her own Light out into the world as a beacon to those who are ready to wake up.

–Free from cultural conditioning: The Wildwoman chooses her actions each day from the wisdom and guidance of her own soul, not the timelines or expectations of anyone or anything outside of herself. She trusts her intuitive 4d76e4bfb86f1b6bb9fdcf1c001796a9knowing and she’s not afraid to say “I don’t have a f…ing clue!” She knows that she will know when she knows. There is no rush. She’s right on time.

–Unafraid of her wild, vast, feminine power: The Wildwoman says “YES” to her YES and she honors her NO. She does not make herself small to make others comfortable. She does not waste her precious time, energy or attention on people or situations that are not in alignment with who she really is. She uses her power and her fierce, loving presence to create the new world, one breath at a time.

–Inhabits her Wholeness: The Wildwoman embraces her Light and Dark, her strength and vulnerability, her Maiden and Mother, her Witch and Warrioress, her Sexuality and Sovereignity, her Emotions and her Brilliance, her Sensitivity and her Knowing, her Love and her Fears, her Grief and her Anger.

sisterhood1–Supported by Community: In owning her wholeness, the Wildwoman attracts a tribe of people who can meet her. As long as we are in resistance, repression, denial or shame of any part of ourselves we will resist our partners, our friends, our children and the opportunities that life is trying to bring to us.

 

Old woman image-1–Trusts herself: The Wildwoman feels safe within herself because she knows how to BE WITH whatever arises within her – rather than numbing, reacting, distracting, acting out, or seeking someone else to soothe her uncomfortable feelings. As long as we look to others to make us safe we will never feel safe. It is only through the practice of becoming a safe space for ourselves that we are able to offer safety to the world.

–Lives from Abundance: The Wildwoman knows no lack. She makes requests and asks for what she wants from a place of calm co-creation rather than from desperation or demanding. If the answer is “No,” she will be OK. There are lots of other options available for her.

 


Facilitators:

539_Laura_Wolf

Laura Wolf is an evolutionary change agent dedicated to creating a world in which we are all living our passionate purpose. Transformational life coach, founder of Shaman’s Heart Sanctuary, Master Facilitator of the Shamanic Breathwork™ Process and creator of Shakti Yoga, Laura helps clients to unlock fear, access deep self-compassion, claim their power, identify their passionate purpose and give their unique gifts to the world.

Carrie Spencer

Carrie Spencer is a Shamanic Breathwork Facilitator, Shamanic Priestess, and Master Bodywork Therapist. Through Carrie’s combined knowledge of the physical and multidimensional bodies and her love and embodied exploration of Egyptian mythology and transpersonal legend, Carrie guides others to have a deeper understanding of themselves. Carrie helps people step into empowerment, let go of judgement, find their soul purpose, and fall in love with their authentic selves.

Kat Naslas

Aikaterini (Kat) Naslas is a Trainer for Peggy Dylan’s Sundoor International Firewalking School, and has been sharing the Art of Firewalking with people from all walks of life for many years.  She was blessed with opportunities to travel and study with healers and teachers at various global sacred power sites, and her faith in the Divine power of Love increased with each initiation.  Enhancing her love of Firewalking is a core shamanic practice, trance-dance and breath-work facilitation, as well as certifying new Sundoor Firewalk Instructors.  Her passion lies in creating the environment in which people can lead themselves to the next steps of their own healing and realize their incredible human potential.


Elemental Initiations

3c72f6c97443acc55946ac50ea033503EARTH: Meeting the Wildwoman

Descend into the fertile Earth, meet the Wildwoman within and activate your Wildish nature

 

Breathing_ImageAIR: Shamanic Breathwork™

Clear away cultural concepts that no longer serve you, commune with your Source and activate soul’s highest vision

 

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FIRE: Firewalk

Deepen your connection to your own creative fires, transform your fear into JOY and realize your incredible human potential

 

WATER: Waterfall Healing & Forgiveness

Allow the crystal clear waters of western North Carolina to bring healing, forgiveness and renewal to your body, heart and spirit

 

PLUS:

Laughter & Play

Storytelling & Singing

Dancing & Drumming


Location:

mountainlightsanctuary

 

D. Lighted PathMountain Light Sanctuary is a secluded Shangri-La hidden deep in a mountain cove in the Pisgah National Forest, 35 minutes north of Asheville, NC. It is bordered by two cascading creeks and ringed by the highest mountains in the eastern USA. It’s energy and ambiance are purely magical.

 

F. Walker Creek 01The Sanctuary is a gateway between the human world of “busy” and “doing” and the natural world of harmony and “being.” It is a departure point for exploring hundreds of miles of trails meandering through the half million acres of National Forest, or inner explorations from your own special spot under an ancient hemlock, on a mossy rock amid the ferns, or in a secluded grotto beside the creek.

 


Dates, Times, Meals & Lodging

Dates:  Friday, September 23 – Sunday, September 25, 2016

Times:  Plan to arrive at the retreat center between 4:30-5:30 pm on Friday to set up your sleeping area.  Opening Circle will begin at 6 pm. Closing circle with end around 3 pm on Sunday.

Meals:  Registration for the event includes meals from Friday evening dinner through lunch on Sunday.

You may bring your own food and still eat with everyone else if you like, but please contact Carrie if you wish to bring your own food so we can entertain a reduced registration fee.

Lodging:  Camping on-site is included in the price of  registration.  There is an additional fee of $50 for a shelter or $100 for a shared room in a cabin. You will see these options in the PayPal link below.

Not all rooms have electricity.  Bring your own bedding or if you need bedding, please let us know as there is an $20 additional charge from the site for bedding/towels.

Please note:  Once you have registered on this page, please contact Laura Wolf to request a lodging form.  You will need to fill out your Lodging Form and return it ASAP.  Lodging is first come, first serve.

Questions?  Please feel free to email Laura Wolf with any questions you may have about the event.

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Registration:

Early Bird Pricing until August 15:

Wildwoman Retreat with Cabin and Meals: $490

Wildwoman Retreat with Banana Hut and Meals: $440

Wildwoman Retreat with Camping and Meals: $390

After August 15 all prices go up $50.

Please note:  Once you have registered using the PayPal link on this page, please contact Laura Wolf to request a lodging form.  You will need to fill out your Lodging Form and return it ASAP.  Lodging is first come, first serve.

Wildwoman Registration (Retreat & Lodging Options)

 

Early-bird registration price is $390.00 by August 15th. Camping on site is included in the price of registration. If you would like to stay in the lodging on the retreat site, you need to register for that as well ($50.00 for one of the Banana Patch huts, or $100.00 for the weekend for private or shared room). Not all rooms have electricity. Bring your own bedding or if you need bedding, please let us know as there is an $20 additional charge from the site for bedding/towels. The meal plan is is part of the cost of the weekend. You may bring your own food and still eat with everyone else if you like, but please contact Laura if you wish to bring your own food so we can entertain a reduced registration fee. Cancellation refund policy is return of payment less a $75 service fees through September 1st. After September 1st, we will be unable to refund any cancellations.