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Rewylding the Feminine

An exploration and reclamation of our divine feminine based in our ancestral roots.


Rewylding the Feminine

Rewylding the Feminine is scheduled for the weekend of April 9 & 10, 2022 from 9 am to 5 pm with

The course number is 56262 HHHA 293 805.

Contact UNM-Taos to register. You can register as a non-degree seeking student for community based programs. Cost for one credit is $79 plus a $25 lab fee.

16 CEUs for Bodyworks and Yoga Teachers

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Exploring the rewylding of the divine feminine through movement therapy, body awareness, art and the reclamation of our divine nature as women in our lives.

We will practice reclaiming aspects of ourselves we have lost due to living in a patriarchal society, shedding aspects that no longer serve us and embracing a new skin--based in ancient mythology of the Selkies.


April 9 & 10, 2022

Join lead faculty Dr. Kirstie Segarra in an exploration of the feminine rooted in ancestry. Kirstie has been interested and exploring somatic modalities of healing our ancestral past in the present since 1996.

Kirstie's ancestral roots are from Celtic, African and Indigineous descendents. They have spent time exploring the consequences of slavery and forced emigration within their direct lineage and how to heal from the trauma embodied in the soma.

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Featuring the performance of a new work by city of Boston poet laureate Porsha Olayiwola.

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