Thank you for your interest in exploring the journey inward alongside other women of diverse backgrounds, disciplines, ages and stages in the great outdoors as we explore “Allowing Stillness.”

TIMELINE – Mar. 28 WANDER :: “Allowing Stillness”

8:45 AM: Meet at Oakley Rodeo (4300 UT-32, Oakley, UT 84055) 20 minutes outside of Park City for introductions / ice breaker. Please be prompt as we will be departing on our mindful snowshoe hike at 9 am sharp.
9:00 AM: Mindful snowshoe hike, trailside burn release ritual.
10:30 AM: Conclude hike and transition to yoga /  meditation.
11:00 AM: Horse yoga / meditation led by Brok’in Founder and yogi Nikki Glandon.
12:00 PM: Brunch and transition into workshop discussion on “Allowing Stillness.” Learn tools and exercises to further access your inner states.
1:30/2 PM: Conclude!


What is the minimum age to participate in the WANDERS?
For now, the WANDER age is 21 years and older. We may introduce other WANDERS in the future to include the young adult or teen/tween Wild Woman in your life to share the transformative outdoor experience!

How long is the WANDER?
We will plan on the day excursion to be 5.5 hours but a lot will depend upon the chemistry of the group and the deepness of our interactions/discussions.

How strenuous is the hike?
The hike may involve some gentle elevation gain and will be intermediate based. No prior experience is needed in snowshoeing — the concept and celebration of Wild Women is to step into a bit of discomfort by meeting challenges headfirst in the safety of a supportive tribe. All equipment will be provided unless you have your own set of snowshoes and poles — just let us know upon registration.

What is involved in horse yoga and meditation? I’ve never done it before.
The restorative yoga class will be introductory. All skill levels are welcome and will include modifications to cater to you. There is no prior experience necessary. The horses roam freely around the indoor enclosure and are allowed to interact with us as we move through the poses. We will utilize the horses in group exercises that allow for interaction and non-verbal communication, further illustrating the concept of allowing and tapping into intuition.

What should I bring?
Wear comfortable work out clothes and running shoes. Plan on winter boots (or hiking shoes), snow pants, jacket, hat, mitts for the hiking portion. Dress for the weather but know that you’ll be moving and heating up, so will want to layer down if needed. Lots of water will ensure you stay hydrated. Bring a yoga mat, towel and blanket.

Bring water and a small snack if you tend to get hungry — we’ll be burning lots of calories! We will also have healthy snacks available to grab between the snowshoeing and boxing.

What’s for brunch?
We will serve dairy free and gluten free homemade brunch. Menu will include a variety such as: Overnight oatmeal with toppings (dried and fresh fruit, coconut, granola, candied ginger), avocado toast, fresh smoothies with hemp/chia seeds, veggie frittatas, coffee/tea. If you have dietary restrictions, please specify when you register.

What is the cancellation policy?
Wild Women Tribe has a 48-hour cancellation policy. If the spot can be filled with someone from the waitlist, you will receive a full credit towards another WANDER, otherwise will be charged 50 percent of the rate (the other 50 percent will be issued in the form of a credit to a future WANDER). Rebookings from credit must occur within 30 days. Full terms and conditions here.