Danielle’s work is grounded in Wild Woman Spirituality. In 2018, she is working primarily out of her magickal studio, The Moon House, in Phoenixville, PA. Events at The Moon House include yoga teacher training, moon circles, women’s circles, continuing education events for yoga teachers, and seasonal Wolf-Woman Camps. See below for more information on these and other events.
10/28, 1:30pm-6:30pm Wolf-Woman Autumn Camp: Shadow, Ritual, and Ancestral Communion
This five-hour event includes a Lilith Circle, Past-Life Regression, and Dumb Supper (ancient ritual honoring those in Spirit). Space is limited to 13 women. $108 before 9/15 or until full. Register here.
11/3, 6:30pm-8:30pm November Wild Moon Circle: The Ancestor’s Moon. Space is limited to 13 women. $20 until full. Register here.
11/12, 9:30am-11:30am. November Women’s Circle: Invoking the Wild Feminine. Space is limited to 13 women. $20 until full. Register here.
11/19, 8am-6pm. Circle-Craft for Yoga Teachers: A Continuing Education Event.
This is a 10-hour intensive focusing on the ethical integration of circle-work, feminine ritual, body-prayer, and communal spell-craft into traditional asana classes. Space is limited to 9 wild ones. $399 until full. Register here.
12/1, 6:30pm-8:30pm. December’s Wild Moon Circle: The Long Night’s Moon. Space is limited to 13 women. $20 until full. Register here.
12/10, 9:30am-11:30am. December Women’s Circle: Resting in the Void. Space is limited to 13 women. $20 until full. Register here.
Also at The Moon House: See the Yoga Teacher Training page for complete 2018 training information or email Info@LivingMandalaYoga.Com for a registration packet.
What is Wild Woman Spirituality?
Wild Woman Spirituality is a ground-swelling, grassroots, and Gaia-loving movement through which women throughout the global community are reclaiming feminine, spiritual authenticity. A hallmark of Wild Woman Spirituality is the inseparable connection between sensuality and spirituality. Wild Woman Spirituality is a dynamic, watery path that ebbs and flows, and there are no concrete, tried-and-true initiation rituals for dedicating yourself to the practice; it is not a religion, and our temples are very often the forest, the coast, and/or the sacred women’s circle.
To be “wild” does not mean to be out of control, emotionally volatile, selfish, and lacking in compassion; conversely, to be wild means to be thoroughly and unapologetically whole in soul, body, mind, and spirit. The wild woman’s practices often include sensual, movement alchemy, generative creative work, and deep attendance to intuition. Her keen understanding of nature’s rhythms and the ways the solar and lunar cycles live in her often calls her to name herself “Witch” as a reclamation of the sensual, creative, and wise healer who is at once Maiden, Mother, and Crone. We engage in Circle-Craft when we are called to join other women on their journeys, and we relish our solitude and independence as well. While our work is to bolster and empower the feminine, we also acknowledge the hearty value of the sacred masculine. We stand for self-transformation, social change, environmental healing, and conscious connection. We are women of the wild because we know the human community’s ecological position within the wounded world and, quite naturally, yearn for greater integration between our individuality and our global interconnectivity. We want conscious, collective, and pan-gender connection between body and spirit, feminine and masculine, and nature and human.
Read the 10 Commandments of the Wild Priestess: http://www.rebellesociety.com/2016/05/25/danielledulsky-heathen/