March New Moon Red Tent
Mar
29
6:30pm 6:30pm

March New Moon Red Tent

- Cost is $15
- Limit 15 participants
- Please pre-register to reserve your spot at:

www.WildWomanWellness.Center/Pre-Registration

Together, we are reclaiming our power and learning to love ourselves and each other.

Red Tent gatherings can be many things, but initially, we simply want a safe space to share stories, hopes, fears, and desires that don't often have a place in general society. Red tents are for coming together over good food, good conversation, and good intentions. We will talk, share stories of joy, success, and heartache, sing songs, ask for help or prayers, or whatever else we feel is needed or called to. We typically open circles with a saging and a short guided meditation, followed by sharing and pulling Goddess Cards.

All are welcome to join in discussions, but please also feel welcome to come and sit quietly - meditate, create art, or simply enjoy a bowl of nourishing soup and a cup of tea in the presence of other women. Come when you can and leave when you need to.

The only rule we must all follow is to show respect for one another's differences of opinion and confidentiality.

Red Tents are held on the full and new moons each month. We greatly look forward to meeting you!

Join our Red Tent NH Group for additional connection and community - www.Facebook.com/groups/redtentnh

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March Full Moon Red Tent
Mar
12
6:30pm 6:30pm

March Full Moon Red Tent

- Cost is $15
- Limit 15 participants
- Please pre-register to reserve your spot at:

www.WildWomanWellness.Center/Pre-Registration

Together, we are reclaiming our power and learning to love ourselves and each other.

Red Tent gatherings can be many things, but initially, we simply want a safe space to share stories, hopes, fears, and desires that don't often have a place in general society. Red tents are for coming together over good food, good conversation, and good intentions. We will talk, share stories of joy, success, and heartache, sing songs, ask for help or prayers, or whatever else we feel is needed or called to. We typically open circles with a saging and a short guided meditation, followed by sharing and pulling Goddess Cards.

All are welcome to join in discussions, but please also feel welcome to come and sit quietly - meditate, create art, or simply enjoy a bowl of nourishing soup and a cup of tea in the presence of other women. Come when you can and leave when you need to.

The only rule we must all follow is to show respect for one another's differences of opinion and confidentiality.

Red Tents are held on the full and new moons each month. We greatly look forward to meeting you!

Join our Red Tent NH Group for additional connection and community - www.Facebook.com/groups/redtentnh

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Tai Chi
Feb
27
1:30pm 1:30pm

Tai Chi

Join us for a Monday afternoon Tai Chi class at Wild Woman Wellness Center with Marcia Wyman. There is no experience necessary and this class is open to both women and men. It is appropriate for adults of all ages, but especially beneficial for Seniors. Tai Chi has been shown to benefit and improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance, fall prevention, cognition, concentration, focus and clarity. 

$6 per class or $20 for 4 weeks. 

This is an ongoing program (except for holidays)
Please email WildWomanWellnessCenter@gmail.com for more information.

What is Tai Chi?
Tai chi is a moving meditation that was created 2,500 years ago. It is based on observations of nature. The moves imitate the movements of thewind, the animals, and the cycle of the seasons.

Tai chi has been studied for more than 30 years by scientists who have concluded that the art form is the best form of non-jarring exercise.

Some of Tai Chi’s Benefits Include...
Balance: Participants focus on sinking symbolically, their roots into the ground. Warm-ups strengthen the legs, feet, and even the toes for better awareness and gripping power. The slow gentle rocking motion allows the “monkey mind” to be conscious of subtle shifts in posture.

Flexibility: The moves are slow and graceful, allowing the body to adjust to more movement. The adaptation comes about slowly and is non-abusive to the body. Neurological connections slow down and are more complete and solid through use of the form.

Strength: An hour of slow moving is much more effective that an hour of jumping around or moving weights to a beat. Tai chi works according to your own ability, which makes it safe and user friendly. 
Each person grows and matures to their own level and at their own pace. Such a progress allows the body to say, “Okay, I’m ready for more strength, more flexibility, more balance,” versus forcing the growth.

Instructor Marcia Wyman's Story: 
I have experienced the recuperative benefits of tai chi. In 2010, I had a stroke due to business and personal pressure. The stroke paralyzed my entire left side. The tai chi instructor suggested that I continue with my lessons. Though I was frustrated, angry, and skeptical, I found that within six months, my body began developing new neurological connects that bypassed the damage of the stroke. I continued taking classes weekly. The total recovery time, for both the body and the mind, was five years. I am living proof that tai chi works.

How Does Tai Chi Work?
Neurological connections are reenforced, and the body adapts according to its own healing timeline. There are no sudden moves to jar the body nor prolonged repetitive moves that might injure the body. Tai chi is not an overnight success. However it has been used to heal, maintain, and improve whole body wellbeing for more than 2,500 years; it must provide relief on some level.

Daily, in the parks in China, people join groups of tai chi practitioners in order to improve, maintain, or boost their immune systems. Using their own life-force energy, participants move their bodies and their minds gracefully, slowly, and serenely, interweaving effective postures that have shown to benefit both mind and spirit.

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All Levels Weekly Yoga
Feb
26
9:00am 9:00am

All Levels Weekly Yoga

Sundays at 9am - Join us in our new location in Chichester NH at 160 Dover Rd. Park towards the back of the building and enter through the back door and proceed directly into the studio. 
$10 drop in fee

Come start your weekends off with an all levels yoga class to help you reduce stress, increase flexibility, and find your center.

Yoga means union, and the goal of yoga is to bring about a union between a sound, healthy body, and a clear, peaceful mind by combining postures with breath and intention. Practicing yoga works to stretch and align the body, increase flexibility, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote circulation. 
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Tai Chi
Feb
20
1:30pm 1:30pm

Tai Chi

Join us for a Monday afternoon Tai Chi class at Wild Woman Wellness Center with Marcia Wyman. There is no experience necessary and this class is open to both women and men. It is appropriate for adults of all ages, but especially beneficial for Seniors. Tai Chi has been shown to benefit and improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance, fall prevention, cognition, concentration, focus and clarity. 

$6 per class or $20 for 4 weeks. 

This is an ongoing program (except for holidays)
Please email WildWomanWellnessCenter@gmail.com for more information.

What is Tai Chi?
Tai chi is a moving meditation that was created 2,500 years ago. It is based on observations of nature. The moves imitate the movements of thewind, the animals, and the cycle of the seasons.

Tai chi has been studied for more than 30 years by scientists who have concluded that the art form is the best form of non-jarring exercise.

Some of Tai Chi’s Benefits Include...
Balance: Participants focus on sinking symbolically, their roots into the ground. Warm-ups strengthen the legs, feet, and even the toes for better awareness and gripping power. The slow gentle rocking motion allows the “monkey mind” to be conscious of subtle shifts in posture.

Flexibility: The moves are slow and graceful, allowing the body to adjust to more movement. The adaptation comes about slowly and is non-abusive to the body. Neurological connections slow down and are more complete and solid through use of the form.

Strength: An hour of slow moving is much more effective that an hour of jumping around or moving weights to a beat. Tai chi works according to your own ability, which makes it safe and user friendly. 
Each person grows and matures to their own level and at their own pace. Such a progress allows the body to say, “Okay, I’m ready for more strength, more flexibility, more balance,” versus forcing the growth.

Instructor Marcia Wyman's Story: 
I have experienced the recuperative benefits of tai chi. In 2010, I had a stroke due to business and personal pressure. The stroke paralyzed my entire left side. The tai chi instructor suggested that I continue with my lessons. Though I was frustrated, angry, and skeptical, I found that within six months, my body began developing new neurological connects that bypassed the damage of the stroke. I continued taking classes weekly. The total recovery time, for both the body and the mind, was five years. I am living proof that tai chi works.

How Does Tai Chi Work?
Neurological connections are reenforced, and the body adapts according to its own healing timeline. There are no sudden moves to jar the body nor prolonged repetitive moves that might injure the body. Tai chi is not an overnight success. However it has been used to heal, maintain, and improve whole body wellbeing for more than 2,500 years; it must provide relief on some level.

Daily, in the parks in China, people join groups of tai chi practitioners in order to improve, maintain, or boost their immune systems. Using their own life-force energy, participants move their bodies and their minds gracefully, slowly, and serenely, interweaving effective postures that have shown to benefit both mind and spirit.

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All Levels Weekly Yoga
Feb
19
9:00am 9:00am

All Levels Weekly Yoga

Sundays at 9am - Join us in our new location in Chichester NH at 160 Dover Rd. Park towards the back of the building and enter through the back door and proceed directly into the studio. 
$10 drop in fee

Come start your weekends off with an all levels yoga class to help you reduce stress, increase flexibility, and find your center.

Yoga means union, and the goal of yoga is to bring about a union between a sound, healthy body, and a clear, peaceful mind by combining postures with breath and intention. Practicing yoga works to stretch and align the body, increase flexibility, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote circulation. 
 

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Tea Blending and Still Life Drawing with Lisa and Amber
Feb
16
6:30pm 6:30pm

Tea Blending and Still Life Drawing with Lisa and Amber

A fun night of art and tea!

Learn to draw still-life with Lisa Koehler. We will set up 3D geometric shapes and learn how to draw them from sight. We will learn perspective, light source, shadowing, and shading. All drawing materials will be provided but bringing your own tools is more than welcome.

Do you want to make your own teas? Are you blending for taste, a particular health concern, or overall wellbeing? What is a good portion? What flavors blend well together? What ingredients are most potent, and need smaller parts? Herbalist, Amber Barrett of Sacred Lore Herbal will walk you through the process, and offer guidance as you create your yummy artwork. Blend, experiment, and go home with your own delicious blend to share and enjoy.

This class is open to all genders
Price: $20
Space is limited. Reserve your spot!

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Art Club for Adults
Feb
14
6:30pm 6:30pm

Art Club for Adults

Let's fight those winter blues with some color!

Join talented artist Annie Bell of Wildflower Studio for a fun, original idea! She will bring a random assortment of neat supplies, a little inspiration for those who have trouble coming up with ideas, and her art-teacher brain to help you bring your special creation into reality!

Please feel free to bring drinks, snacks, friends, any art supplies gathering dust andany project you may be working on... 

This will be a low-key gathering where we can share & grow as artists (and artist-wannabes... EVERYONE has an artist inside!), as well as chat and strengthen our community & friendships.

Art can bring people together in the most beautiful ways! 
We're requesting a $10-20 donation. This will help cover supplies and our wonderful space where we will be gathering. 

ALL levels of creativity are encouraged to come play!! 

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Tai Chi
Feb
13
1:30pm 1:30pm

Tai Chi

Join us for a Monday afternoon Tai Chi class at Wild Woman Wellness Center with Marcia Wyman. There is no experience necessary and this class is open to both women and men. It is appropriate for adults of all ages, but especially beneficial for Seniors. Tai Chi has been shown to benefit and improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance, fall prevention, cognition, concentration, focus and clarity. 

$6 per class or $20 for 4 weeks. 

This is an ongoing program (except for holidays)
Please email WildWomanWellnessCenter@gmail.com for more information.

What is Tai Chi?
Tai chi is a moving meditation that was created 2,500 years ago. It is based on observations of nature. The moves imitate the movements of thewind, the animals, and the cycle of the seasons.

Tai chi has been studied for more than 30 years by scientists who have concluded that the art form is the best form of non-jarring exercise.

Some of Tai Chi’s Benefits Include...
Balance: Participants focus on sinking symbolically, their roots into the ground. Warm-ups strengthen the legs, feet, and even the toes for better awareness and gripping power. The slow gentle rocking motion allows the “monkey mind” to be conscious of subtle shifts in posture.

Flexibility: The moves are slow and graceful, allowing the body to adjust to more movement. The adaptation comes about slowly and is non-abusive to the body. Neurological connections slow down and are more complete and solid through use of the form.

Strength: An hour of slow moving is much more effective that an hour of jumping around or moving weights to a beat. Tai chi works according to your own ability, which makes it safe and user friendly. 
Each person grows and matures to their own level and at their own pace. Such a progress allows the body to say, “Okay, I’m ready for more strength, more flexibility, more balance,” versus forcing the growth.

Instructor Marcia Wyman's Story: 
I have experienced the recuperative benefits of tai chi. In 2010, I had a stroke due to business and personal pressure. The stroke paralyzed my entire left side. The tai chi instructor suggested that I continue with my lessons. Though I was frustrated, angry, and skeptical, I found that within six months, my body began developing new neurological connects that bypassed the damage of the stroke. I continued taking classes weekly. The total recovery time, for both the body and the mind, was five years. I am living proof that tai chi works.

How Does Tai Chi Work?
Neurological connections are reenforced, and the body adapts according to its own healing timeline. There are no sudden moves to jar the body nor prolonged repetitive moves that might injure the body. Tai chi is not an overnight success. However it has been used to heal, maintain, and improve whole body wellbeing for more than 2,500 years; it must provide relief on some level.

Daily, in the parks in China, people join groups of tai chi practitioners in order to improve, maintain, or boost their immune systems. Using their own life-force energy, participants move their bodies and their minds gracefully, slowly, and serenely, interweaving effective postures that have shown to benefit both mind and spirit.

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All Levels Weekly Yoga
Feb
12
9:00am 9:00am

All Levels Weekly Yoga

Sundays at 9am - Join us in our new location in Chichester NH at 160 Dover Rd. Park towards the back of the building and enter through the back door and proceed directly into the studio. 
$10 drop in fee

Come start your weekends off with an all levels yoga class to help you reduce stress, increase flexibility, and find your center.

Yoga means union, and the goal of yoga is to bring about a union between a sound, healthy body, and a clear, peaceful mind by combining postures with breath and intention. Practicing yoga works to stretch and align the body, increase flexibility, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote circulation. 
 

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Creative Dance for Ages 2-5
Feb
11
9:00am 9:00am

Creative Dance for Ages 2-5

Introduce your child to dance movement!

In this 45 minute class, children (2-5 years old) will learn the primary fundamentals of dance through creative movement while playing fun, interactive games, singing special songs and meeting new friends! 

Classes are on Saturday mornings at 9:00, from Jan 14th to Feb 4th. It is $55 if you sign up for all four classes at once, or $15/per class for drop-ins.

Please RSVP to let us know to expect you :)

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Full Moon Red Tent
Feb
10
6:30pm 6:30pm

Full Moon Red Tent

Red Tent gatherings can be many things, but initially, we simply want a safe space to share stories, hopes, fears, and desires that don't often have a place in general society. Red tents are for coming together over good food, good conversation, and good intentions. We will talk, share stories of joy, success, and heartache, sing songs, ask for help or prayers, or whatever else we feel is needed or called to. We typically open circles with a saging and a short guided meditation, followed by a sharing circle and pulling Goddess Cards.

All are welcome to join in discussions, but please also feel welcome to come and sit quietly - meditate, create art, or simply enjoy a bowl of nourishing soup and a cup of tea in the presence of other women. 

The only rule we must all follow is to show respect for one another's differences of opinion and confidentiality. 

Red Tents are held on the full and new moons each month. We greatly look forward to meeting you! 

To ensure a sacred space and an intimate sharing circle, this event is limited to the first 15 responders. Please reserve your space using the pre-registration link http://www.wildwomanwellness.center/pre-registration

Join our facebook group: www.Facebook.com/RedTentNH

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Weekly Art Club for Adults
Feb
7
6:30pm 6:30pm

Weekly Art Club for Adults

Let's fight those winter blues with some color! Every Tuesday evening.

I will bring a random assortment of supplies, a little inspiration, for those who have trouble coming up with ideas, and my art-teacher brain, to help you bring your creation into reality.
You feel free to bring drinks, snacks, friends, any art supplies gathering dust, any project you may be working on... 

This will be a low-key gathering where we can share & grow as artists (and artist-wannabes), as well as chat, and strengthen our community & friendships.

Art can bring people together in the most beautiful ways! 💜
We're requesting a $10/20 donation. This should cover supplies, and our wonderful space.

ALL levels of creativity are encouraged to come play!! 💜

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Tai Chi
Feb
6
1:30pm 1:30pm

Tai Chi

Join us for a Monday afternoon Tai Chi class at Wild Woman Wellness Center with Marcia Wyman. There is no experience necessary and this class is open to both women and men. It is appropriate for adults of all ages, but especially beneficial for Seniors. Tai Chi has been shown to benefit and improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance, fall prevention, cognition, concentration, focus and clarity. 

$6 per class or $20 for 4 weeks. 

This is an ongoing program (except for holidays)
Please email WildWomanWellnessCenter@gmail.com for more information.

What is Tai Chi?
Tai chi is a moving meditation that was created 2,500 years ago. It is based on observations of nature. The moves imitate the movements of thewind, the animals, and the cycle of the seasons.

Tai chi has been studied for more than 30 years by scientists who have concluded that the art form is the best form of non-jarring exercise.

Some of Tai Chi’s Benefits Include...
Balance: Participants focus on sinking symbolically, their roots into the ground. Warm-ups strengthen the legs, feet, and even the toes for better awareness and gripping power. The slow gentle rocking motion allows the “monkey mind” to be conscious of subtle shifts in posture.

Flexibility: The moves are slow and graceful, allowing the body to adjust to more movement. The adaptation comes about slowly and is non-abusive to the body. Neurological connections slow down and are more complete and solid through use of the form.

Strength: An hour of slow moving is much more effective that an hour of jumping around or moving weights to a beat. Tai chi works according to your own ability, which makes it safe and user friendly. 
Each person grows and matures to their own level and at their own pace. Such a progress allows the body to say, “Okay, I’m ready for more strength, more flexibility, more balance,” versus forcing the growth.

Instructor Marcia Wyman's Story: 
I have experienced the recuperative benefits of tai chi. In 2010, I had a stroke due to business and personal pressure. The stroke paralyzed my entire left side. The tai chi instructor suggested that I continue with my lessons. Though I was frustrated, angry, and skeptical, I found that within six months, my body began developing new neurological connects that bypassed the damage of the stroke. I continued taking classes weekly. The total recovery time, for both the body and the mind, was five years. I am living proof that tai chi works.

How Does Tai Chi Work?
Neurological connections are reenforced, and the body adapts according to its own healing timeline. There are no sudden moves to jar the body nor prolonged repetitive moves that might injure the body. Tai chi is not an overnight success. However it has been used to heal, maintain, and improve whole body wellbeing for more than 2,500 years; it must provide relief on some level.

Daily, in the parks in China, people join groups of tai chi practitioners in order to improve, maintain, or boost their immune systems. Using their own life-force energy, participants move their bodies and their minds gracefully, slowly, and serenely, interweaving effective postures that have shown to benefit both mind and spirit.

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All Levels Weekly Yoga
Feb
5
9:00am 9:00am

All Levels Weekly Yoga

Sundays at 9am - Join us in our new location in Chichester NH at 160 Dover Rd. Park towards the back of the building and enter through the back door and proceed directly into the studio. 
$10 drop in fee

Come start your weekends off with an all levels yoga class to help you reduce stress, increase flexibility, and find your center.

Yoga means union, and the goal of yoga is to bring about a union between a sound, healthy body, and a clear, peaceful mind by combining postures with breath and intention. Practicing yoga works to stretch and align the body, increase flexibility, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote circulation. 
 

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Creative Dance for Ages 2-5
Feb
4
9:00am 9:00am

Creative Dance for Ages 2-5

Introduce your child to dance movement!

In this 45 minute class, children (2-5 years old) will learn the primary fundamentals of dance through creative movement while playing fun, interactive games, singing special songs and meeting new friends! 

Classes are on Saturday mornings at 9:00, from Jan 14th to Feb 4th. It is $55 if you sign up for all four classes at once, or $15/per class for drop-ins.

Please RSVP to let us know to expect you :)

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SHINE Intuitive Development Group
Jan
30
6:30pm 6:30pm

SHINE Intuitive Development Group

SHINE - Supporting Healers, Intuitives, Nurturers and Empaths

SHINE is a safe place to explore, grow and practice your intuitive gifts and healing abilities with a like minded, supportive community. 

Here we help each other to shine bright, to unlock our potential and to walk our paths with purpose and passion. 

Ask questions, enjoy practicing in a judgment free space, give and receive guidance and experience personal growth. We are here to help you to grow and open up at your own pace. 

All levels and abilities welcome. 

We shine brighter together! $15

To join our FB Community use this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SHINEIntuitiveDevelopmentGroup/

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Reclaiming Our Ecstatic Feminine Cycles
Jan
28
4:00pm 4:00pm

Reclaiming Our Ecstatic Feminine Cycles

Do you dread your monthly cycle, or call it a curse? Do you try to control it, or even suspend it from your life, with the use of synthetic hormones? Were you taught to be ashamed of your natural cycles that could possible mean you bring life into the world, and which extend your own vitality? 

Come learn about the ceremonies, and beliefs, surrounding women's cycles throughout history, and the validation these practices are now finding in modern science. By learning how to apply these practices to your own life, you can work in harmony with your cycle. You will learn how to live a happier, fuller, life through understanding how the various phases effect your moods, desires, and accentuate distinctive strengths.

Topics Include:
Honoring feminine rites of passage
unique qualities of women's health
A Holistic Philosophy of Women's Health
Women's Stress Responses & Oxytocin
Women's Blood Mysteries

Attendees for this class will receive a discounted seat at our "Celebrating Your Daughters First Cycle" workshop.

Taught by Amber of Sacred Lore Herbal
Class Price: $15
(Preregister at the link above to reserve your spot)

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Learn to Henna Workshop
Jan
28
2:00pm 2:00pm

Learn to Henna Workshop

Can you imagine trying henna for yourself?

Join us for a beginner henna workshop! An experienced henna artist will guide participants through a relaxing afternoon of learning about the history, traditions, mixing, and application techniques of henna body art. Materials will be provided for each participant to learn and dabble with henna, and maybe even receive a design from the instructor as well!

Class cost: $30 per person, includes all materials
Class limit: 12

Additional henna supplies will also be available for purchase.

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New Moon Red Tent
Jan
27
6:30pm 6:30pm

New Moon Red Tent

Red Tent gatherings can be many things, but initially, we simply want a safe space to share stories, hopes, fears, and desires that don't often have a place in general society. Red tents are for coming together over good food, good conversation, and good intentions. We will talk, share stories of joy, success, and heartache, sing songs, ask for help or prayers, or whatever else we feel is needed or called to. We typically open circles with a saging and a short guided meditation, followed by a sharing circle and pulling Goddess Cards.

All are welcome to join in discussions, but please also feel welcome to come and sit quietly - meditate, create art, or simply enjoy a bowl of nourishing soup and a cup of tea in the presence of other women. 

The only rule we must all follow is to show respect for one another's differences of opinion and confidentiality. 

Red Tents are held on the full and new moons each month. We greatly look forward to meeting you! 

To ensure a sacred space and an intimate sharing circle, this event is limited to the first 15 responders. Please reserve your space using the pre-registration link http://www.wildwomanwellness.center/pre-registration

Join our facebook group: www.Facebook.com/RedTentNH

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Healing the Mother Wound
Jan
26
8:00pm 8:00pm

Healing the Mother Wound

This event will be lead by Amber and Carolyn.

If you feel uncomfortable RSVP'ing on Facebook, but wish to receive updates and reminders on this workshop through email please contact us at wildwomanwellnesscenter@gmail.com and we will make sure to keep you updated! There is a suggested $15 donation to attend this workshop. 

The mother wound is the pain of being a woman passed down through generations of women. It includes the dysfunctional coping mechanisms that are used to process that pain.

The mother wound can manifest as:
Not being your full self because you don’t want to threaten others
Having a high tolerance for poor treatment from others
Emotional care-taking
Feeling competitive with other women
Self-sabotage
Being overly rigid and dominating
Conditions such as eating disorders, depression and addictions

The cultural atmosphere of female oppression puts daughters in a "double bind."
Simply put, if a daughter internalizes her mother’s unconscious beliefs (which is some subtle form of “I’m not good enough”) then she has her mother’s approval but has in some way betrayed herself and her potential.
However, if she doesn't internalize her mother’s unconscious beliefs in her own limitations but rather affirms her own power and potential, she is aware that her mother may unconsciously see this as a personal rejection.
The daughter doesn’t want to risk losing her mother’s love and approval, so internalizing these limiting, unconscious beliefs is a form of loyalty and emotional survival for the daughter.
It may feel dangerous for a woman to actualize her full potential because it may mean risking some form of rejection by her mother.

The above description (taken from http://www.womboflight.com/why-its-crucial-for-women-to-heal-the-mother-wound/) is just one of many ways the mother-wound can manifest. There may be those among you who can identify a different source to an equally painful situation. 

We will discuss some of the most common causes of strife between mothers and their children, the ways these affect adult children through their life, and ways to heal this wound to discontinue its passage through your family.

There will be a large portion of time allotted for open discussion throughout the workshop.

This workshop is open to all genders, ages 15+

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Business Networking - Meet & Greet
Jan
26
6:30pm 6:30pm

Business Networking - Meet & Greet

Join Wild Woman Wellness Center and other small business owners from the local areas to meet, greet, network and build connections and community. Grow your business and support other local businesses as well! 

Light refreshments will be served and there will be a $5 donation at the door. Make sure you remember your business cards :) You may promote your business, services or products or your significant other's/partner's if they are unable to make it. This is a co-ed event, men and women are both welcome. 

We can't wait to meet you all!

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Supernova Reading Experience
Jan
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

Supernova Reading Experience

Join talented intuitives Katie Happyheart and Carolyn Rose Psychic Medium for something unique!

Card readings are helpful and they bring us clarity, direction and guidance, but hen Katie and Carolyn team up, they are explosive! Two times the wisdom, healing and insight. 

On January 16th at Happyheart Studio at 111 Donahue Drive, Manchester NH 7:00-9:00 pm

And Janaury 23rd at Wild Woman Wellness Center at 160 Dover Rd, Chichester, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm

We will come together as a group to create connection and community while we manifest healing. Join with friends new and old to reveal what the cards have in store for you! Each person who attends will receive their own a reading within this powerful, audience-style setting as well as be able to witness and benefit from the healing readings that others receive as well. 

Space is limited to only 8 people for each of these special events to ensure that each person receives the indepth attention that they deserve. $20/person. 

Please RSVP to CarolynRosePsychicMedium.com to reserve your spot.

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Intro to Art Journaling
Jan
21
11:30am11:30am

Intro to Art Journaling

Join us for something a little different...
Bring a blank journal (ideally one that can lay flat when open. It should have thicker pages which can handle paint) and together we will jump into the world of art journals. We will review basic materials, get creative ideas about entries, and discuss layout possibilities. You will receive guidance and inspiration for keeping a different kind of diary, one which will not only allow you a positive creative outlet but will also provide you with a new way to keep a unique record of your life experiences.

Cost: $25

Please sign up at http://www.wildwomanwellness.center/pre-registration

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Jan
15
12:30pm12:30pm

Kitchen Witchery: Elderberry Syrup and Gummies

Did you know Elderberry juice was used to fight the flu epidemic in Panama in 1995? It was! This powerful antioxidant is a wonderful aid for strengthening the immune system, improving heart health and for coughs, colds, flu, bacterial and viral infections and tonsillitis. Elderberry syrup and gummies are delicious ways to give these benefits, along with several other immune building ingredients, to your family. When you learn to make it yourself you will know exactly what is (and isn't) going into your medicine.

Join Amber for the next installment of her Kitchen Witchery series: Elderberry Syrup and Gummies Crafting.

(Join us from 10 am-12:30 pm for Kitchen Witchery: Fire Cider, Bone Broth, Cough Steam!)

You will be gently walked through the process, and shown exactly how to perform each step. You will also be given recipes to take home. Everyone who attends will leave with your own syrup and gummies, to help your family through winter!

Class information:
Location: Wild Woman Wellness Center
160 Dover Rd (Route 4)
Chichester, NH 03258

Cost: $30 per person, and includes all materials. (A low price, compared to the purchasing store bought, questionable products.)

Limit of 10 students per-class. Please preregister to reserve your spot.

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Interactive Story Time
Jan
15
10:30am10:30am

Interactive Story Time

Interactive Storytime, featuring the story of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" and other tales (if time allows). While telling the tale, kids will be challenged and encouraged to help act out the story and truly bring it's meaning to life! 

This will be running the same time as our Kitchen Witch: Fire Cider, Cough Steam, and Bone Broth class. Drop your little one(s) off for story time while you go up the hall for a fun and interactive class. You both leave happy, with fun samples and recipes to take home!

$10/family. 

Reserve your spot today, at the link above!

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Jan
15
10:30am10:30am

Kitchen Witchery: Fire Cider, Cough Steams & Bone Broth.

Join Amber, of Sacred Lore Herbals, for this fun and informative class on preparing natural remedies and immune building tools to get your family through the rest of winter. In this class you will learn how to make:

- Fire Cider
- Cough Steam
-Bone Broth (with a vegetarian option)
- Surprise item!

You will be gently walked through the process, and shown exactly how to perform each step. You will also be given recipes to take home. Everyone who attends will leave with your own samples, to help your family through winter!

Class information:
Location: Wild Woman Wellness Center
160 Dover Rd (Route 4)
Chichester, NH 03258
Date: January 15th
Time: 10:30 am-12 pm
Cost: $25 per person, and includes all materials. (A low price, compared to the purchasing store bought, questionable products.)

Limit of 10 students per-class. Please preregister to reserve your spot.

Join us from 12:30-1:30 for crafting elderberry syrup and gummies!

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Creative Dance for Ages 2-5
Jan
14
9:00am 9:00am

Creative Dance for Ages 2-5

Introduce your child to dance movement!

In this 45 minute class, children (2-5 years old) will learn the primary fundamentals of dance through creative movement while playing fun, interactive games, singing special songs and meeting new friends! 

Classes are on Saturday mornings at 9:00, from Jan 14th to Feb 4th. It is $55 if you sign up for all four classes at once, or $15/per class for drop-ins.

Please RSVP to let us know to expect you :)

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New Year, New Intentions! Vision Board Crafting
Jan
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

New Year, New Intentions! Vision Board Crafting

~Crafting together to manifest our goals~

Feeling like you need to start this new year off right? Do you want to set some clear intentions and make something visual to keep you on track? Join Annette for some focus time to start manifesting your desires through hands on, guided board crafting. A variety of materials will be provided for all attendees. 
Cash or PayPal accepted. 

Cost: $25
Maximum attendees: 10
You may reserve your spot at the ticket link above!

*If you attended Annette's first class, you will receive a special returning discount!

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New Moon Red Tent
Dec
29
6:30pm 6:30pm

New Moon Red Tent

Tent starts at 630 pm ♥

Celebrate the new moon AND the new year!

We gather on each New and Full Moon to come into circle and be held in love. Together we enjoy connection, community and nourishing snacks and teas. We are each able to be seen, heard, supported and understood. This is a nurturing time to just BE... we meditate, share if we feel called, pull Goddess cards and celebrate Sisterhood. Moon gatherings are a judgment free, safe time to heal, be vulnerable and release all that no longer serves you in order to be uplifted, re-energized and renewed. This event is open to all women over the age of 15, and nurslings and babes in arms are welcome to join. The setting is relaxed, you are welcome to come when you can and leave when you need to. Topics are shared in advance on the Red Tent Central NH Facebook Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/RedTentNH/ 

Meditation will start promptly around 7. Late arrivals are always welcome. We will leave extra seats open just in case, and invite you to enter quietly and join us whenever you are able. 

Suggested donation of $15

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