Posts in Kula Supported Retreats
Self Study: 8 Tips to Learn Yourself

By: Eleanor Hadley

“I’ve been doing this work, this internal work, for years now. A friend asked me recently when the work stops. The answer is, it doesn’t. There is always more to learn, more room for you to grow and evolve.”

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Wild Feminine Series: Reactivating My Wild Feminine

By: Nicolina

“I strongly believe we are at a time where it is necessary to feel our frustrations and darkness and let them fuel our fire to do the world-changing work. We’ve been told for far too long to suppress this aspect of ourselves, but it is okay to be raw, it is okay to be vulnerable and it is definitely okay to be angry.”

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Somatic Wisdom of Yin Asana: Unraveling Ananhatasana

By: Kali Basman

“My objective in offering Yin Yoga as a daily foundational practice is not to demand that the practitioner set aside the perfect amount of space and time with complete clarity of mind. The objective is this: to train the nervous system to become comfortable with the ever-shifting state.”

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Wild Feminine Series: Finding the Fluid Being

By: Guilia

“Women, like water, are moved. Up and down with the tides, in instant rushes like a waterfall, or like the monotonous waves of a great ocean. What counts is the motion. Yet, in how many immeasurable ways have we been conditioned to move against the current or not move at all? And for how long can we sustain the ignorance?”

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Wild Feminine: A Sanctuary for Rewilding

By: Charity E. Yoro

"Through Wild Feminine, I found the words to express my experience as a woman who never quite fit in, who never felt understood… mostly because I didn’t understand my whole self yet. Wild Feminine helped me shape and share my story by first truly seeing and loving every part of myself, shadows and all."

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5 Elements Yin Yoga: Water Element

By: Kali Basman

"Water element allows for adaptation to all of life’s changes, challenges and stresses. Like the flow of water, a balanced practice empowers us to govern emotions, rather than letting emotions govern us."

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