Women's Nature Daylongs

we are held in a web of relationships...What happens when you open to the possibility that the natural world is communicating with you all the time?


Reconnect with your wild nature - the uncensored, raw, animal body - the one who howls, moans, prays and weeps, cackles and whispers, sings and dances. This is a time out of time to slow down and listen deeply.

Nature Daylongs take place in a local wilderness setting, from 9:30am-5:30pm. They are held four times a year, around the equinoxes and solstices to honor our cyclical journey around the wheel of life. 

Generally the structure is to meet as a group, walk to our base camp where we share intentions and prepare for a period of alone time, a period where you go out on the land alone for several hours with as few distractions as possible. We then return to the circle to share stories, a feast and begin to integrate your experience. You will be supported to keep yourself safe and discover the tools you need in order to honor this time in a good way. Fasting is optional. 


  • At wilderness locations near Santa Barbara
  • Offered at least 2 times a year
  • $125 per session. No one turned away for lack of funds. Contact me for details. 
  • Space limited to 12 participants

2018 Dates: Saturdays - February 24, August 4

“There are those who are trying to set fire to the world,
We are in danger.
There is time only to work slowly,
There is no time not to love.”
— Deena Metzger from Looking for the Faces of God