Who Weekend Workshops Are For:
Whether you’ve been wild soul moving with me for years or you’ve never even heard of the practice before, weekend workshops are designed to provide EXACTLY what you are needing in the areas of growth, transformation, connection, community and healing RIGHT NOW.
It’s simply how the practice works.
Below are some of the consistent struggles women who participate in Wild Soul Movement™ have had in common. If you can relate to any of these statements, joining us for a weekend could be just the thing for you:
“I’ve read so many books, taken courses, gone to events in hopes of ‘healing’ or even just feeling better. Nothing has stuck and I feel like there’s something wrong with me.”
“I spend a lot of time in my head and it doesn’t always feel productive. I tend to overanalyze things and beat myself up when I think I made the wrong choice.”
“Once I got married and had kids, I lost complete sight of who I am. I don’t even know what my desires are anymore since I’m always so focused on taking care of everyone else.”
“I am a total people pleaser and have no boundaries. It’s exhausting because I’m constantly doing things I don’t really want to do and sometimes it makes me feel resentful.”
“I don’t really love being a woman and I especially don’t love my body. It’s always felt like more of an inconvenience than anything.”
“I hate my job. I followed this career path because I thought it was what I was supposed to do. I really wish I could do something more fulfilling and not be so stressed all the time.”
“I feel like I have some serious power inside of me but I don’t know how to access it and to be honest, it kind of scares me.”
“I just want to have hot, passionate, sex with the lights on, and really great orgasms.”
“I’m married and I don’t want to be in this relationship anymore, but the idea of leaving terrifies me and I get paralyzed whenever I think about it. Plus, I don’t want to be alone.”
“I am afraid of what people will think if I truly acted like myself, like the way I feel inside and followed my dreams and real desires. It feels irresponsible and self-indulgent.”
“I’ve spent enough money on therapy to put my kids through college, and I still don’t feel any better.”