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Wild Yoga: How to Connect our “Wilder” Selves with Nature
Every year on April 22, we look forward to Earth Day, the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970, when some 20 million people attended inaugural events across the country. This year’s theme is “Invest in Our Planet”—and there’s certainly much investment needed as we face an increasing number of extreme weather patterns, natural disasters and rising global temperatures. At the same time, beyond environmental activism, it’s important to explore more deeply, more personally and spiritually our relationship with nature.
In today’s episode, we talk with Rebecca Wildbear, the creator of a yoga practice called Wild Yoga, which empowers individuals to tune in to the mysteries that live within the earth community, dreams, and their own wild nature so they may live a life of creative service. Rebecca, the author of Author of "Wild Yoga: A Practice of Initiation, Veneration, & Advocacy for the Earth," empowers individuals to create a personal practice that stretches their awareness and awakens their connection to the place we all most deeply belong to: the Earth.
Rebecca Wildbear is the author of Wild Yoga: A Practice of Initiation, Veneration & Advocacy for the Earth. She is also the creator of a yoga practice called Wild Yoga, which empowers individuals to tune in to the mysteries that live within the earth community, dreams, and their own wild nature so they may live a life of creative service. She has been leading Wild Yoga programs since 2007 and also guides nature and soul programs through Animas Valley Institute. Visit her online at http://www.rebeccawildbear.com.yoga, wildness, earth, activist, nature