Date(s) - 02/09/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Join Abby, ReWild Dancer and Medicine Woman, in sacred ceremony and true dance expression, OUTSIDE amongst the elements, under the influence and luminescence of the Full Moon.

In ceremony, we call upon the support and guidance, from the earth realm and the divine, and open in availability to its song which wants to be expressed through us. Your intentions adding to the melody, inspiring and informing your moving prayer.

The energetic gateway of the Full Moon acts like a spotlight which amplifies emotions, feelings, senses, mental activity and imaginings. It’s medicine is the illumination of that which no longer serves and is an invitation to release that. It is an opportunity for realisation and release, growth and expansion. It is a call to awaken to and remember who we really are and our essential contribution to the unfolding of life, and to deeply intuit the truth of ourselves, claiming our potentiality to BE on purpose.

What IS your purpose? What beautiful and wild vision do you have for your life?

This Full Moon in Pisces, lit up by the Sun in Virgo, supports us to take the practical steps informed and inspired by our intuitive knowing, and in alignment with higher purpose and deep love… transcending the individual.

What needs to be illuminated to take greater responsibility with our emotionality? What needs to be realised to be in service rather than suffering? To swim rather than sink?

Be playful. Be passionate. Be danced by the wisdom of your body and the rhythm of your heart.

Dance has always been an integral part of human expression in cultures around the world. We danced to celebrate and commemorate, to perform healing and initiation rituals, to honour heritage and tend our relationship with spirit. We danced to remember our individual thread in the greater web of life.

Why wouldn’t you want to be nourished by your natural movement, ceremony, dance family, chai and chocolate brownies??



Please arrive at the dance venue on time to be safely held within the container and be aligned with the intentions.The highest intention is always “do no harm”, which means to be responsible, respectful and mindful of ourselves and our emotional “edge”, one another and the property – before, during and after the dance.

Wear warm and comfortable clothing for free-form movement outside.

Please respect that this is a sober, drug and alcohol free experience.

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