Wild Womans Flow + Wild Swims at the Wild Yoga Garden, Brancaster Staithe
Mercoledì, agosto 25 • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Wild Yoga Garden, Mistletoe Cottage, Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, PE31 8BU.
Emilie Joy Garrould
Hi I'm Emilie, I believe yoga should be a celebration of what our bodies can do and am passionate about supporting women to connect with their bodies.
In this flow style movement practice we'll explore the archetype of the Wild Woman. The archetype of the wild woman is a powerful force to be explored and understood by any woman. In Jungian theory, archetypes are collective unconscious representations that stem from primitive mental images inherited from our ancestors and passed down through generations. They carry stories and lived experiences. They represent something each and every one of us can relate and get close to. The wild woman has been beautifully compared with a pack of wolves in order to understand and further explore the wilderness that lies within each and every one of us.

“A healthy woman is much like a wolf — strong life force, life-giving, territorially aware, intuitive and loyal. Yet separation from her wildish nature causes a woman to become meager, anxious, and fearful.
With the wild nature as ally and teacher, we see not through two eyes only, but through the many eyes of intuition. With intuition we are like the starry night, we gaze at the world through a thousand eyes. The wild nature carries the medicine for all things.
She carries stories, dreams, words and songs. She carries everything a woman needs to be and know. She is the essence of the female soul.
It does not mean to lose one’s primary socializations. It means quite the opposite. The wild nature has a vast integrity to it. It means to establish territory, to find one’s pack, to be in one’s body with certainty and pride, to speak and act in one’s behalf, to be alert, and to find what one belongs to. It means to rise with dignity, to proceed as a powerful being who is friendly but never tame.”
~ “Women Who Run with The Wolves” by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

After our movement practice there'll be an options to go for a wild swim, the Wild Yoga Garden backs directly onto Brancaster Staithe where we can fully submerge in the creeks for swims and even some mud bathing if you're feeling the urge.

This practice is held in the belly of the Wild Yoga Garden, situated on the edge of Brancaster Staithe in a 7m bell tent.

Investment £12

Please see T&C's here: https://www.wildyoganorfolk.com/terms-and-conditions.

WHERE: Wild Yoga Garden, Mistletoe Cottage, Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, PE31 8BU.

PARKING: Please park along the road or in the village hall which is a short walk away.