Melissa and Kelly are very excited to announce that we have decided to offer another weekend for Women Rising Wild, 2019!!!!!
Our Labor Day Weekend event is SOLD OUT but you can now register to join us on Summer Solstice Weekend in June. This event is certain to fill quickly so reach out via voice or messaging with any questions and ensure your space in our sacred circle by completing your registration here: https://womenrisingwild.wordpress.com/register/
Early Bird pricing for this event ends April 28.
In wild love,
Melissa and Kelly
Your Rewilding Guides in 2019
Darkest Night Wild Woman Hike
December 17, 2017 4-6pm
This Sunday is our darkest, longest night of the year. We will gather in the evening to observe the sun and dark moon set together in the west then walk into the north for a gentle 2.7 mile hike among coyotes, mice, and owls and watch the stars come alive to our senses. In the safety of our group container and facilitation on this auspicious night we will provoke experience and awareness of a greater depth of being and universal consciousness on the plains. Meet at Boulder Valley Ranch Trailhead. Please dress warmly!
This hike is led by Melissa Reed, wilderness guide and mentor at Wild Heart Revival and visionary at Women Rising Wild.
On this Wild Woman hike we welcome people of all genders with special care and attention to the feminine aspects within us all.
Free Outreach Events
Saturday, December 9, 2017 &
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Chautauqua Park, Boulder, Colorado
Feel into our fundamental nature and evolutionary kinship with wild bushytails as we walk Kohler and Enchanted Mesas and explore both myth and ecology of wolf and other wild canid species found in Colorado.
Meet at the Chautauqua Ranger Cottage. Map and directions here: https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/chautauqua-trailhead
These free hikes are offered by Melissa Reed, wildlife ecologist and wilderness guide with Wild Heart Revival. Melissa has more than 20 years experience as a wildlife ecologist and has lived closely with wild canids since childhood. This past Labor Day Melissa hosted a transformational rewilding retreat for women with wolves at Mission: Wolf wolf sanctuary in southcentral Colorado. Registration for Women Rising Wild, 2018, is now open. View the photo gallery from the 2017 event here.
Wild Heart Revival thanks you for your charitable donations to local nonprofits supporting people, animals, and wilderness.
Give to Rocky Mountain Wild, cityWILD, or Mission: Wolf and receive 20% off on Women Rising Wild and all offerings with Wild Heart Revival. Offer valid through December, 2017.
Register for Women Rising Wild using discount code ColoradoGives.
We are charged with inspiration and excitement to welcome you to the site for Women Rising Wild this Labor Day weekend, 2017, in the Wet Mountains of southcentral Colorado.
Learn more about Women Rising Wild and register to join the pack at womenrisingwild.wordpress.com
Become a force of nature when you reclaim the wild within and join 100 Women for the Wild
We are very excited to partner with Rocky Mountain Wild to offer new and existing members of 100 Women for the Wild a 20% discount on registration for Women Rising Wild, 2017 and again in 2018.
Adrienne Rich, feminist trailblazer and literary force for social awakening described the connections between and among women as “the most potentially transforming force on the planet.” Join forces with Women Rising Wild and 100 Women for the Wild and become a force of nature.
At Women Rising Wild this Labor Day weekend we will reconnect on Mission: Wolf wolf sanctuary in southcentral Colorado to revive our primal nature as wise and nurturing beings with deep and powerful ties in sisterhood with nature. On retreat for 3 days and 2 nights in this remote wilderness setting we will experience direct contact with wolves, earth stewardship, nature-based therapies for recentering and transformation; earth ritual and ceremonial rebirth; soulsounding vocal explorations; mindful movement and meditation; camaraderie with women; outdoor survival skills; wilderness living; catered organic meals; and nourishment for the soul.
And through your membership and service with 100 Women for the Wild you will directly support the professional development of women in science and environmental advocacy, biodiversity conservation, and wildlands protection in the southern Rocky Mountains.
Learn more about Rocky Mountain Wild and join 100 Women for the Wild
Register for Women Rising Wild, 2017