A Wild Yoga Online Immersion, Oct 24 – Dec 12
Dates: Tuesdays Oct 24, 31, Nov 21, 28, Dec 5, and 12
Times: 11 am MT (six two-hour sessions)
+ 1 hour personal session with Rebecca Wildbear.
We will reawaken to this natural power for our well-being and the love of our threatened Earth by asking the land, our body, and our dreams to teach us how to be fierce. We will attune to anger’s signals, which are sane reactions to structural discrimination. We will seek to unveil power imbalances and listen to the voices not being heard. We’ll honor our feelings, remember fierce beings we encountered in our dreams, and imagine what they could bring to our life.
Ferocity is natural and necessary for creatures in the wilderness. Snakes and scorpions act boldly to protect themselves, especially when threatened by someone higher on the food chain. Yet the dominant human culture discourages nature, women, and marginalized communities, etc., from being fierce, even when they want to defend themselves or protect nature. Those who develop feral ferocity become aware of patriarchal power’s subtle and crude dynamics and respond to injustice from their wild imaginations and with deep empathy for the natural world
Notice how humanity treats nature. Attune to the everyday violence that is normalized. By developing feral ferocity, you can restore your instinct to protect all life. Men and women can become allies who honor and embody female ferocity and defend the Earth.