Thu, Sep 09 | Roots/Vervain Classroom

Caring for the Wild Feminine

10-month series, 1 evening per month
Caring for the Wild Feminine

Time & Location

Sep 09, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Roots/Vervain Classroom, 3308 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City, ID 83714, USA

About the Event

Caring for the Wild Feminine with Tracy Parker Kindall is a 10-session series of 2-hour classes meeting monthly for the purpose of guiding women to their wild, authentic, and creative centers. We move toward this goal through a combination of Earth work (grounding in body, place, & Earth), Story work (owning our stories and creative abilities while learning from ancient myths and folktales), and Spirit work (finding belonging in that which is greater than ourselves and locating what Mary Oliver calls "our place in the family of things." Discussion, lecture, creative projects, meditation, and story exploration are all components of class.

The 10-session series (20 hours of instruction) is $400. 

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Teacher Bio:

I’m Tracey Parker Kindall. My three great life-long loves are the Earth, Story, and Spiritual growth. These are the “three graces” that have sustained and guided my journey and led me to start Earth•Story•Spirit in 2019. Academically, my devotion to these loves led me to degrees in biology (BS) and folklore studies (MS), both earned with honors. Along the way I also gained credentials as an RYT500 yoga instructor and became a member of the SAGE Herbal Collective. I consider myself an independent scholar, teacher, wisdom-keeper, and story curator. I LOVE learning and playing with others in the River of Story!   In addition to stewarding Earth•Story•Spirit, I currently teach history at McCall’s internationally-accredited North Fork School and teach a diverse array of mythology topics through BSU’s Osher Institute for Lifelong Living. ​ I live with my human, furred, avian, and botanical family in the mountains of Idaho.

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