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Silent summer hikes


August 21 :: Midsummer Full Moon Dance :: $145
Mindful hike + outdoor movement class + “moon cycle” workshop + light dinner

Surrender to the power of divine feminine full moon energy and tune into the rhythms of our natural cycles in a late afternoon all-outdoor WANDER alongside the Jordanelle Reservoir. Cree Cox, Soul Alignment Guide and Menstrual Maven, will guide us on a journey to reconnect to the lost wisdom of menstruation, and initiate us into our wild power as a woman with the energy of the full moon.

  • 4:15 pm Arrive at trailhead / ice breakers.
  • 4:30 pm Mindful hike
  • 5 pm Womb activation on trail
  • 5:30 pm Yoga and dance movement on beach
  • 6 pm Hike back to parking lot. 
  • 6:30 pm Fix DIY mason jar salads. Circle up chairs on beach 
  • 7 pm Moon workshop (dinner during) 
  • 8 pm Burn release ceremony 
  • 8:30 pm Closing and watch moonrise
  • 9 pm Conclusion

As women, our menstrual cycles take us on an inner journey through the cycles and seasons of life every single month. When we understand our inner hormonal tides, it’s like discovering a secret super power that we didn’t even know we had. 

[You do not need to be actively cycling — IUD, menopausal, hysterectomy all welcome — in order to gain value from this knowledge as it applies to you] 

>>Register and pay via Venmo to secure a spot. 16 spot available. First come, first served. $145 per person. Included: guided hike, outdoor movement class, light dinner, “moon cycle” workshop, swag bag

**cancellation policy

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Thank you for your interest in connecting with other adventurous women like YOU on a Wild Women Tribe half-day WANDER adventure! Please fill in the form below for your upcoming WANDER and complete your waiver.

Submit your payment  to completely guarantee your spot :: it includes all the components of the WANDER (mindful hike, fitness class, workshop, light snacks), plus a swag bag of goodies! 

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