WITH L. MARIE COOK
When we lived in tribes and villages, it was easy to take up our circles and heal. But in today’s modern society this kind of soul-medicine is not easily found. As dynamic, creative, soaring women living in New York, our lives are busy and often challenging, leaving self-care and social time with women at the bottom of the priority list.
The Wild Women’s Medicine Circle is a reclaiming of our tribal roots, holding space to restore the feminine spirit in a way that can only be done when we come together to sit, listen, and share. By giving way to our hopes and fears, laughs and tears we can strip away anxieties, judgments and the stress that we are constantly battling.
Feeling a part of the tribe, particularly of women, is one of the most nourishing things we can do for ourselves. So, come take a seat, meet some wild, untamable women and shine.
ABOUT L. MARIE COOK
L. Marie Cook (Leslie) is a freelance writer and poet as well as an associate at Help Your Self. She has a B.A. in Communication from the University of Hawaii. From Bali to Brooklyn, Leslie has been exploring the globe, learning and cultivating an array of self-healing practices for over a decade. For the Wild Women’s Medicine Circle, Leslie will be utilizing techniques and values influenced by Native American practices, and the Ojai Foundation’s Center for Council.