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Amanda has been a wild woman project circle leader since the start of the project three years ago. In 2012 she received her Bachelors of Art in Theatre from California State University, Fullerton where she intensively studied movement for the stage. Recently, she co-created and performed an original Feminist Theatre piece titled “Pieces of Her”. She is currently walking the path of developing herself as a wild woman, theatre artist, and spiritual being.
To join her circle, email Apetrocelly@gmail.com.
Los Angeles, CA
Limor has been leading WILD Woman circles for over 3 years in New York City and Los Angeles. A Libra to the core, she loves organizing the circles and meeting so many amazing women. She is a cat lover without a cat. A soul searcher with a candy compass. A new resident of California. She enjoys exploring, making comedy videos with The Shorts Show and laughing. Oh so much laughing. She also takes pictures which you can see here.
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Payden Ackerman (WILD MAN)
Payden hosts a Wild Woman Moon Circle in a cozy apartment in Orange County where he lives. He offers a welcoming space and leads a Reiki influenced Circle. He promises an open heart to whoever attends. He teaches and directs theatre for a living, craves pizza on a daily basis, and is married to an amazing woman. For Circle details and directions, email Payden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Note from Melissa: It will be Wild Woman with a Kundalini Twist.
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North Wales, PA
Great Barrington, MA
North Adams, MA
Jersey City, NJ
Aimee Davis & Julie Kunz
Aimee has taken a great deal of pride in being trained by Chris Maddox and co-leading the circle with Julie Kunz for over a year in Millerton, NY. Holding a space for women to come every month to feel safe in sharing from their wild heart, network with one another, and most of all welcoming each woman to come just as they are. There is such beauty in this ancient ritual of gathering. We have much to learn still from Goddess Luna and one another. Find out more about Aimee and her awesome massages here.
Julie infuses her knowledge of Andean shamanic ritual to seal our intentions each month. She is a new mother and has a background in early childhood education. Learn more about her here: www.julzkunz.com.
Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NYC
Sammy’s wild side is childlike; energetic, free, open and loving. In her circle, held at her apartment in Brooklyn, she creates a space that is comfy/cozy, colorful, clean and safe. Ms. Midler has a good dose of variety in her circles. She connects to the monthly theme and allows it to guide her in creating a unique vibe that syncs with the monthly content. One month she might offer freshly baked bread and chocolate with elongated art making time. Another month it might be a water elixir with cucumber, lemon and mint leaves with more focus on meditation. Another month, it might be more musically based and upbeat and fast. A little bit about her: Samantha loves african, modern and salsa dancing, she is a biker, she loves to cook and she reads a lot. (book club anyone??)
Email Samantha @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NYC
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Kim “Kimmay” Caldwell
Veronica Beltran (a.k.a Vero)
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Note: Wild Woman Moon Circle Intro with Butiyoga & Reiki.
Stacey combines Wild Woman Circle magic with creative rituals, Vedic astrology wisdom and vinyasa yoga practice. She hosts circles at Yoga Collective, in Houston’s Garden Oaks neighborhood, and considers this monthly event the most potent and transformational practice she offers. Women of all experience levels are welcome, and questions can be sent to email@example.com
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Natalie’s been participating in Wild Woman Moon Circles in some form or another since 2012, and leading off and on for over a year now. Her new Seattle Circle was birthed in December 2014, and she’s excited to nurture it, build a community, and personally grow into a better leader through providing this service. Natalie is a passionate stargazer, poet, and actor who is obsessed with learning and active in the Seattle theatre and burlesque communities. She’s inspired by the night sky, Carl Sagan, Pema Chodron, the Cascade mountains, the Snoqualmie river, synchronicity, and burlesque.
Her circle is open to people of all faiths and genders! Circles usually start with an hour of fellowship, introduction, wine, and food, followed by 2-3 hours of circle. For the privacy of the current circle members and hosts, please contact Natalie at email@example.com for more information about the next circle.
Walla, Walla, WA
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Mandi and her team lead the Wild Women Moon circle in Calgary at Prema Sai on 14 st SW. They are committed to having women show up and feel more comfortable, accepted and connected than they have ever felt. While having a ridiculous amount of fun! She is a alternative health practitioner, entrepreneur, curious rebel, spiritual adventurer, travel and health geek, nature enthusiast and raw chocolate aficionado or just maybe obsessed with making chocolate. Learn more about Mandi here.
Contact email: Mandimack@gmail.com for details & directions.
The group is planned and managed through meetup.com so please join us to receive notification for upcoming dates, fun social events we have planned for after the circle, and what to bring if were doing a specific ritual.
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Lynne ‘Charu’ McNelly a recent graduate of the Wild Women’s project holds her circles in her neighborhood and aims to create an intimate space filled with warmth, laughter, openheartedness and joy for community and friends.A long time local yoga and meditation teacher, Lynne believes in the importance of bringing women circles back into our communities, and recognizes the benefits for mental and spiritual well being. Lynne lives with her family and loves walking her lab collie on the beach.Check out her Facebook page called ‘Wild Woman Project Toronto’ or email her for location and dates of her monthly Moon circles (usually held on the 3rd Sunday of the month, 3-5pm) email@example.com for details + directions.
TeleCircle with Emily
Emily Alvarez discovered The Wild Woman Project on a one year journey in Trinidad & Tobago, and it transformed her life. As a creative arts therapist and women’s advocate, her circles provide a safe and beautiful space for women to build connections, be their authentic selves, unfold their wildest dreams, and gain support from a nurturing tribe of women. When she is not traveling around the world, she can be found cooking odd foods in her kitchen, making collage art, blowing bubbles, and dancing with her son, Adonai.
Emily now offers Telecircles, & will start officially posting up the circle info on her Facebook Group Page so that
anyone can join from anywhere.
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