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SOUTHEAST WISE WOMEN Saturday Studies : Coming home to yourself & the plants

Coming home to yourself and the plants
Southeast Wise Women Saturday Studies
Six Saturdays, March to September 2020
First session: March 28th

Classroom is conveniently located in downtown Black Mountain NC ~
at a healing arts center in a natural and herbal setting 

Sign up by Feb 8, tomorrow, for $40 tuition discount, while space remains
   Limited scholarship positions available for women of color with financial need
 

Saturday Studies

A powerful six-month journey embodying the Wise Woman Tradition through cultivating self love and relationships with wild plants
 
 With Corinna Wood, director of Southeast Wise Women
and co-founder of Red Moon Herbs
 
Come explore a groundbreaking system with Corinna Wood – a woman-centered, earth-based, trauma-informed system of compassionate communication (NVC). Based in our bodies’ energy centers and the seasons of the moon and the plants, this system reveals how our strong female feelings guide us toward discovering our underlying needs. And as we embrace our needs, we support our thriving.
 
We will also spend time outdoors, learning hands-on with wild plants and herbs. As we get to know the green allies, we recognize the cycles of the Earth, which are reflected in our own psyches, especially as women.
 
Learn to embody self-love the Wise Woman Way! In this healing, intimate circle of sisters honoring women and the Earth, we embrace the culture of the Wise Woman Tradition. Together, we reclaim sacred relationships with ourselves, the plants, and our sisters.
 
 

Saturday Studies ~ Southeast Wise Women
 
“This series has far exceeded my curious anticipation of what it would be like. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it – the self love sessions took us on unexpected twists and turns, and the herbal work opened up my eyes to a whole new world!”
~Connie Moore, SC 
At this time, the Southeast Wise Women scheduled events are the Yearlong Training beginning in February and Saturday Studies beginning in March.
Dates and information about additional offerings will posted on the website as they become available.
 
   

 

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Southeast Wise Women  •  17 Benchmark Rd  •  Black Mountain, NC 28711

http://www.SEWiseWomen.com

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