Be Wild Woman of the Kakini Health is proud to present in collaboration with Nurture New York
The Healing the Womb Women’s Celebration
“The Wild WOMBing Day”
Wild:(wld)adj. growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, untamed:
Womb: wm)v.to create and cultivate, safety and healing both inside your body and in your life.
May 2nd 11-6pm @ Nurture New York
Open to joy along your healing path…
A FREE day of awareness, community and celebration for women.
It is evident by the epidemic of sexual violence, domestic violence, genital mutilation,fibroids, hysterectomies and other womb wounds rampant across the globe that women are in need of safety and healing. Healer Kiana Love, Founder of Be Wild Woman and Kakini Health, says “It is time for women to create their own safety and cultivate healing in their bodies and in their communities. “Wombing” is crucial to women’s health and happiness. ”
Join Be Wild Woman as we provide space, tools, and resources for women to learn how to create and cultivate safety and healing in their bodies and lives.
Join us and connect to a community and network of healing support. Experience nurturing and joyful connections. Learn about Be Wild Woman’ supportive healing circles, workshops, and one on one care. Learn how Be Wild Woman is bringing the Healing the Womb Project to women in need. Learn how you can get involved.
Health fair, yoga, art, performances, talks, dancing, ceremonies, drumming, face painting, music, healing womb stories, & poetry.
Healing the Womb Ritual and Ceremony
by founder Kiana Love
Heart & Womb Dance by Diana Ferrante.
Wombing Stories Video
clips from Be Wild Woman’s, Healing the Womb study & documentary
Presenters & Activities include:
Body Talk to Heal Your Womb
by Karen Atkins Founder of Nurture New York
by self defense expert and women’s legal advocate Diana Adams
5Rhythms Wave Dance with Kierra Foster Ba
Belly Dance by Teeni Dakini
RawFusion Womb Nourishment by Simone Turner
Womb Art Nook & Decor by Salma Shalmy and Laura Sheedy
Womb Words Cove by Janie Angelica & Noelle V. Dor
Be Wild Woman Costume Wardrobe
grown up dress up and portrait station
Womb Sanctuary. “red tent” healing space to honor our wombs & cycles
for more info or to get involved go to www.wildsacredwoman.net
contact: Kiana Love firstname.lastname@example.org
telf 917 453-3663
you can also join us on facebook and meetup!