Free Your Wild Heart

YOU ARE MEANT FOR FREEDOM.

YOU LONG TO ANSWER THE CALL OF THE WOLF, TO DANCE UNDER THE MOON, TO DIVE DEEP

 

Remember dancing in the rain? jumping in puddles? laughing, running free, without a care in the world? Before you judged yourself or were judged by others? Remember when you weren’t ashamed of who you were? Afraid of where life was taking you?   There was a time when you didn't care what you looked like,...running through the wet grass. You did it because it felt good...it felt like flying. You just were…... messy. beautiful. uninhibited. perfect. you.

 

Where did you go?  You suspect that your voice, your deepest desire, is like a butterfly trapped in the cage of your heart? You long to stand naked in the moonlight, swoon from the overwhelming gift of love of your significant other? Want to be brave? Want to find out? 

 

LET'S GO GET YOU

 

 

 

The exercises in this course are designed to get you moving. Out of your comfort zone and deeper into yourself. The wilderness within. To awaken what you need and desire.

 

You will weave and wrap a path to your inner-most self. Become more familiar with speaking your truth, Recognize and follow the nudges and signals from the universe. In order to share your gift. Your voice. You need to share.

 

You will bravely explore your boundaries and learn from your memories. You will claim space for your grief and ignite your joy.

 

In short: you will free your wild heart.

 

 

 

 

When we live from the center of our own wild hearts we begin to inhabit space in a whole new way. And from that space of truth, anything is possible.  In love. In work. In all of life.

 

We acknowledge the awesomeness of the universe and its sacred geometry. Its ability to create patterns which show up over and over again. Then we can open ourselves up to our own possibilities, our own potential. Give ourselves the freedom to live more fully. 

 

'To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment." - Ralph Waldo Emerson