Goodfest Grow a tail – a guided journey into remembering our wildness
As we work to heal planetary crises, remembering our own wildness becomes a vital component of rejuvenating our capacity for action and the ancient wisdom deep within to guide our action in service to life.
We will journey deep into the dark, fertile soil and to meet our wild wisdom and our more-than-human family, bringing guidance & lessons to take into our life and work.
The session will be a mix of guided journeying/imagination work, creative reflection and community sharing.
We will leave with a deeper connection to our wild, more-than-human selves & the larger web of life. Each of us will bring back lessons/reflections and threads of imagination to guide & inspire our own work in service to life on earth.
About Evva Semenowicz
Evva is a facilitator, embodiment practitioner and creative collaborator holding learning experiences for collective & individual transformation. She works from a place of deep intuition, helping others to practise multiple ways of knowing & relating to the world.
Over the last 15 years, Evva has been developing her practice by helping organisations & individuals to co-create change through nurturing creativity, collective wisdom & collaboration.
Evva’s latest offering is Becoming Crew – a collaborative project, hatched alongside Dan Burgess & Mark Sears. Becoming Crew is an experiential (un)learning platform, creating experiences for navigating mysterious times.View LinkedIn profile