Women’s Days of Wholeness

women'a days of wholeness

Women’s Days of Wholeness

Wednesdays

at Three Roods Farm

Join with other women of all ages on beautiful rural pasture and wooded land.

Experience walking meditation, circle sharing, and bringing up the creative force within.

Enjoy a lunch of wild green drink and farm salad.

Wild Women in the Woods

with Deanne Bednar

Wednesdays: June 24, July 8, July 22 10 am to 4 pm

Lessons in natural building and sustainable living skills. Could you survive in the wild?

Hands-on building of simple structures with natural local materials: sticks, earth and stone.

Wild Woman Writing

with Rae Bird

Wednesdays: July 1, July 15, July 29 10 am to 4 pm

For new writers or old, Wild Woman Writing offers a safe, women-only space to explore, listen to and express our truest hearts and lives, our most creative selves. This creative writing practice leads each, in their own way, deeper into their own knowing. Please bring writing materials.

Location: Three Roods Farm, 4281 Our Acres Drive, Columbiaville, MI, 48421

10 minutes north of Lapeer, 30 minutes East of Flint.

Teachers: Robin Mallor, RN, Beekeeper, Yoga Teacher, Dances of Universal Peace

www.threeroodsfarm.com

Deanne Bednar, Coordinator and Project manager of the Strawbale Studio www.strawbale.pbworks.com

Rae Bird, Counselor and Trainer for Women’s Writing Workshops

www.myspace.com/TheWomensWritingProject

Cost: $40 drop in fee, $100 for 3 days, or $180 for all 6 days

barter/trade possible if money is not available

contact Robin: rmallor@gmail.com or 810-441-1878

for more information and to reserve your place

“Wildlife and the wild woman are both endangered species…the feminine instinctive nature is relegated to the poorest land in the psyche. The spiritual lands of the wild woman have throughout history been plundered or burnt, dens bulldozed, and natural cycles forced into unnatural rhythms to please others…The modern woman is a blur of activity. She is pressured to be all things to all people. The old knowing is long overdue…” Clarrisa Pinkola Estes